Women's Rowing onlyfans.cstv.com —  Michigan State raced to a 15th place finish at the prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta on Sunday.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State’s varsity eight is returning to Cambridge, Mass. this weekend to participate in the prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta. The Head of the Charles is the largest two-day regatta in the world. More than 11.000 athletes are expected to compete, filling 1,900 boats in 61 events. From novice to masters, rowers aged 14 to 85 will compete in the three-mile head race that is expected to once again attract more than 300,000 spectators to the banks of the Charles River during Regatta weekend. This year is the 52nd annual regatta.
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Women's Rowing freep.com —  “I would not be here, I would not have this opportunity, if I would not have chosen Michigan State,” Regan said during that interview. “When I chose Michigan State, I chose it because it’s an incredibly beautiful campus, and I loved having so many opportunities available. I wanted to go to football games and have a really good time. “But what I got out of it was a community of amazing friends, who have been so supportive and so wonderful. The friends that I made at Michigan State are the most amazing people in the entire world, and I honestly love them. I don’t even have the right words to say how much I loved my time there.”
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Emily Regan, a 2010 Michigan State graduate and 2010 Big Ten Rower of the Year, has captured an Olympic gold medal, the first for a product of MSU's rowing program.
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Women's Rowing landof10.com —  Emily Regan, a New York native who rowed on Michigan State’s Big Ten title team in 2008 and 2009, is now an Olympic champion. Regan and Team USA brought took gold Saturday morning in Rio, the third consecutive title for the Americans but first for Regan.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Emily Regan was eight years old when she first set her sights on competing in the Olympics. She even put her ambitious dreams on display for all to see in an autobiography she wrote as a sixth-grader in Buffalo, N.Y. “I think it was for English class and the last chapter was about our future, and my future had me swimming in the Olympic trials and making the swim team,” Regan said. “I had no idea exactly how the swim trials worked and definitely had them wrong, but that’s what I had myself doing in my future.”
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Women's Rowing statenews.com —  Former MSU rower Emily Regan will be competing for Team USA in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Regan was at a team meeting in the Princeton University boathouse when she heard she was going to compete in the Olympic Games.“It was a great feeling,” Regan said. “There’s so much work that goes into making the team over your career. So making the team is so exciting and lifts a huge weight off of your shoulders.”
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Women's Rowing row2k.com —  At Michigan State, during your freshman orientation, there is an activities fair at the very end. All of the students and parents go through it. My mom found the booth that MSU Rowing sets up every year and decided at that moment that I needed to row. I remember my mom telling me about how awesome the rowing program at Michigan State is and that they had come in 6th place at the NCAA Championships that spring. The rest of the summer she encouraged me to join the rowing team so that I would be involved in something when I got to school.
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Women's Rowing isportsweb.com —  Last month former Spartan rower Emily Regan’s dream of making the Olympic team became a reality. On June 20th it was announced that Regan, who graduated from Michigan State University in 2010, would represent Team USA as they compete for a fourth consecutive medal and third straight gold in the women’s eight.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Former Spartan rower Emily Regan will compete for the United States at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Regan will be a part of the U.S. women's eight which seeks a historic 11th-consecutive world or Olympic title in Rio. Fellow Spartan Christie Daiss, a 2006 graduate, will also head to Rio as part of the medical team, and has been assigned to the athlete village.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State head coach Matt Weise has announced the addition of Samantha Sarff to the Spartan rowing staff. She will begin her duties at MSU in early July, taking on the role of recruiting coordinator in addition to coaching MSU’s novices along with current novice coach Katie Bitz. “We hired Sam because she brings a great amount of experience and enthusiasm,” said head coach Matt Weise. “She is very passionate about rowing and I think that this will show in her recruiting. I think that she will build on Helen's excellent work as recruiting coordinator. Sam's sister is the novice coach at Michigan, and that should make for some good stories as their crews race each other.”
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Women's Rowing usrowing.org —  Four crews have been nominated to represent the U.S. in competition at the 2016 Olympic Games, pending final approval. USRowing is pleased to announce the lineups for the lightweight men’s four, men’s four, women’s quadruple sculls and women’s eight.
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Women's Rowing onlyfans.cstv.com —  Michigan State wrapped up its 2016 season on Sunday at the Big Ten Championships in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Spartans finished seventh.
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Women's Rowing onlyfans.cstv.com —  Michigan State travels to Indianapolis, Indiana for the 2016 Big Ten Rowing Championships. Racing begins Saturday evening, and concludes mid-day Sunday.
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Women's Rowing usrowing.org —  Rowing in Women’s Four will be Amanda Elmore (West Lafayette, Ind.), Tessa Gobbo (Chesterfield, N.H), Lauren Schmetterling (Moorestown, N.J.) and Emily Regan (Buffalo, N.Y.). Elmore was in the women’s quad that won gold at the 2015 World Championships. Gobbo won gold in the eight in 2015 and silver in 2014. Schmetterling has won gold at the last three world championships, and Regan won gold in the eight in 2013 and 2015, as well as silver in the four in 2014.
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Women's Rowing msuspartans.com —  Michigan State earned a pair of second-place finishes in its final regular-season race at Michigan on Saturday morning. MSU lined up with No. 10 MIchigan and Louisville, which was receiving votes in the most recent CRCA National poll. “We were so much better than we were last weekend,” said head coach Matt Weise. “Im particularly happy because we had a flu bug that’s been going through our team this week and we had to scratch our second four. I thought we had a great approach today, in spite of the circumstances - and it was nice to see that we did get a measure of reward despite the adversity we faced.”
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Women's Rowing onlyfans.cstv.com —  Michigan State prepares for its final competition before the Big Ten Championships, heading down the road to take on Louisville and host Michigan.
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Women's Rowing onlyfans.cstv.com —  Michigan State, which sits outside the CRCA Division I top 20 poll this week, heads to Columbus this weekend to race No. 3 Ohio State and No. 16 Syracuse.
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