Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  The Spartans wrapped up the Clemson Invitational on Sunday morning, battling 12 other teams that were ranked or receiving consideration in the national poll as well as challenging conditions that cut short racing on both days of competition.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State heads to the 21-team Clemson Invitational this weekend, a regatta filled with highly-competitive and nationally-ranked teams. The Spartans, who are receiving votes in the most recent Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) national poll, will see eight top-20 teams as well as five others which are receiving votes this week.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State split its double-dual on Saturday afternoon, falling to Wisconsin in the morning session before rebounding to down Minnesota in the afternoon.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State races in the state of Michigan for the first time this spring, taking on Big Ten foes Minnesota and Wisconsin on Belleville Lake.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Due to course conditions, MSU's home race scheduled for this Saturday (April 12) will be moved to Belleville, Mich. The Spartans and the rowing team from Michigan will both race Minnesota and Wisconsin in a double-dual, beginning at 9 a.m.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State wrapped up its east-coast trip on Saturday morning, lining up with No. 5 Brown and No. 9 Princeton on the Carnegie River in Princeton, NJ.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State started its east-coast trip with a win over Rutgers and Boston University on Friday evening in New Brunswick. The Spartans won all three races by comfortable margins, but more importantly improved in the tangible ways that head coach Matt Weise was hoping to see from his crews
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State, which sits just outside of the CRCA national pre-season poll, heads east this weekend for a pair of races against some traditional powers as well as a future conference mate.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State wrapped up competition at the Oak Ridge Cardinal Regatta on Sunday morning, lining up with Virginia and Louisville. Facing stiffer competition than it saw on Saturday, MSU failed to win a race, but got a pair of second-place finishes in the novice eight and second varsity four. Virginia swept all six boat classes on the day.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State started with a strong first session at the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational on Saturday morning, recording four wins. The Spartans will race again on Saturday afternoon, beginning at 4:15 p.m. Follow @oakridgerowing for live updates throughout the day.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State gets its earliest start on the racing season since 2009 when it travels to Oak Ridge, Tenn. To compete in the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational. Hosted by the University of Louisville, this two-day event will bring a strong field of crews to Melton Lake in Oak Ridge, Tenn.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State is returning from a week-long training trip during the university's spring break. After a week of training at George T. Bagby State Park in Fort Gaines, Georgia, MSU wrapped its trip with a series of scrimmages against the University of Alabama.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Emily Regan, the 2010 Big Ten Rower of the Year and a four-year member of the MSU Rowing Team, has once again moved a step closer to her Olympic dream when she captured a gold medal with the US Women's eight at the World Championships in Chungju, South Korea. Discuss »
Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Former Big Ten Athlete of the Year and Spartan varsity standout Emily Regan has been named to the 2013 U.S. National Team roster, as announced on August 9 by USRowing. Regan will row in the US eight at the World Rowing Championships Aug. 25-Sept. 2 in Chungju, South Korea. Discuss »
Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Former Michigan State rower Emily Regan won her third gold medal in international competition on Sunday, helping the US women's eight to an open-water victory at the US World Cup Races in Lucerne, Switzerland.
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