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Women's crew competes in Eastern College Athletic Conference championships

Contact Paige Mullin (315) 859-4535
Posted May 10, 2010
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Hamilton College placed sixth in the third finals of the varsity eights at the 2010 Eastern College Athletic Conference championships held in Worcester, Mass., at Lake Quinsigamond on May 9.
 
Hamilton's varsity eights entry finished sixth in the second heat, and crossed the finish line in 7:24.315 in the third finals. Worcester Polytechnic Institute took the top spot in the third finals with a time of 7:07.513. Williams College earned first place in the varsity eights grand final. Sunday's weather was chilly as temperatures ranged from 40 to 50 degrees with 15 to 25 mile-per-hour winds.

Hamilton finished in fifth place in the first heat of the second varsity eights. The Hamilton entry claimed first place in the third finals with a time of 7:34.644. Hamilton took sixth place in the second heat of the novice eights, and finished third in the petite finals, recording a time of 7:39.575. Wesleyan University was first in the petite finals with a time of 7:34.424.

Sophie Breene ‘12 was coxswain for the varsity eight. The rest of the boat included Lily Ericsson ‘10 at stroke, Katie Peterson ‘12 in the bow seat and the following rowers (seats seven through two in descending order): Allison Boyaris ‘12, Holly Bailey ‘12, Lizzie Collins ‘10Antonia Villa ‘12, Ricki Feldman ‘10 and Kendall Scott ‘10.

Laura Boynton ‘12 was coxswain for the second varsity eight. The rest of the boat included Izzy Cannell '11 at stroke, Ally Fried ‘13 in the bow seat and the following rowers (seats seven through two in descending order): Virginia Slattery ‘12, Pam Lewis ‘11, Katya Adair ‘10, Helen Higgins ‘13, Alice Dannenberg ‘11 and Christine Raia ‘10.

Kelsey Burke ‘13
was coxswain for the novice eight. The rest of the boat included Rachel Johnson '13 at stroke, Iris Greenquist ‘13 in the bow seat and the following rowers (seats seven through two in descending order): Fionna Hoffman-Harland ‘13, Alex Orlov ’13, Meg Schlosser ’13, Livy Houston ‘13, Cara Quigley ‘13 and Ellen Doernberg ‘13.
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