CLEMSON, SC - Head Coach Robbie Tenenbaum released the
2013-14 women's rowing schedule on Tuesday. The slate features three fall
regattas and seven spring regattas.
The Tigers will kick off their fall season on Saturday when
they travel to Oklahoma City, OK for the Head of the Oklahoma. Members of the
squad will also compete in the Tail of the Tigers on Lake Hartwell this
Clemson will then compete in the Head of the Charles in
Boston, MA on October 19-20. The Tigers competed in each of the three fall regattas
last season as well.
Clemson will open up its spring season on March 1 against
Eastern Michigan on Lake Hartwell. It will be the sixth straight season that
the Tigers have opened their spring schedule with the Eagles.
The Tigers' spring schedule will feature 12 teams that
participated in the 2013 NCAA Championships, including reigning ACC Champion
Virginia and ACC newcomer Notre Dame.
The spring schedule also features five home regattas
highlighted by the second annual Clemson Invite on April 19-20. The Tigers will
host 19 teams for the two-day event on Lake Hartwell. NCAA participants
Cornell, Harvard, Oklahoma, UCLA, Washington State and Wisconsin all will
compete in the event.
The Tigers will make their annual trip to California when
they travel to Redwood Shores to take on Louisville, Southern Cal and Stanford
on March 29-30. Clemson will also take on NCAA participant Princeton when they
travel to Princeton, NJ on May 3.
Clemson will conclude the regular season when they host the
ACC Championships for the fifth straight year and 12th time overall. The event
will take on a new format this season as eight teams will now compete with the additions
of Notre Dame and Syracuse to the ACC.
The Tigers will look to earn a bid to the NCAA Championships
in Indianapolis, IN starting on May 31 and concluding on June 2.