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Home Race and Alumni Event — Saturday, April 5th

The King’s Crown Rowing Association

cordially invites you to attend

 

The King’s Crown Rowing Association
cordially invites you to attend

Saturday, April 5 – Alumni Cup and WIT Cup

Overpeck Country Park, N.J.

Columbia Heavyweight Men vs. Dartmouth and FIT

Columbia Lightweight Men vs. Navy with Princeton

Columbia Heavyweight Men vs. MIT

Followed by Cocktails and Hors d’Oeuvres

Mel’s Burger Bar

2850 Broadway, New York, NY

Spectator Bus to Depart from 116th and Broadway at 8:30AM, 10:30AM and 12:30PM
3PM Spectator Bus to return from Overpeck Country Park to Mel’s Burger Bar and 116th and Broadway
4PM – 6PM Reception at Mel’s Burger Bar

Reception Cost: $50 for adults, $20 for children

Spectator Transportation to/from Campus provided free of charge by the Columbia Rowing Program. Shuttle times to be provided in more detail on Friday to those who RSVP.

RSVP WITH OUR ONLINE FORM
or email
rsvp@columbiacrew.org
with your response or if you have any questions.

You can update or change your RSVP at any time by resubmitting the online RSVP form. Please use the same email address as when you first submitted the form, to ensure your status will be automatically updated.

Download Schedule for Alumni-WIT Cup Duels 2014 (PDF)

News Wire

No. 2 Lightweights Host Two Cup Races; Highlighted by Showdown Against No. 1 Cornell

April 17th, 2014
NEW YORK – It will be another busy weekend of competitive racing for the Columbia lightweights, who face off against three more top-10 foes at Overpeck Park. On Saturday, the No. 2 Lions will take on top-ranked Cornell and No. 7 MIT with the Geiger Cup on the line. Columbia also will take on No. 9 Dartmouth on Sunday for the Subin Cup.

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Heavyweights Look to Bounce Back Against Penn, Yale for Blackwell Cup

April 17th, 2014
NEW YORK – The Columbia heavyweight rowing squad will return to action this Saturday, April 19 against No. 9 Penn and No. 5 Yale for the Blackwell Cup in New Haven, Conn.

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Women's Rowing Set for Two Days of Racing at Clemson Invitational

April 17th, 2014
NEW YORK – The Columbia women's rowing team has a busy slate on tap this weekend, taking part in nine races against 14 other programs over two days at the Clemson Invitational on Lake Hartwell in South Carolina.

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Women's Rowing Tops Northeastern to Take Woodbury Cup, Even Cup Series at 5-5

April 12th, 2014
Northeastern once led the Woodbury Cup series, four races to one, but Columbia has fought back. Its victory today was its fourth in the last five regattas, and evened the Cup series at 5-5.

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Heavyweight Rowing Falls to Top Ten Teams in Childs Cup Regatta

April 12th, 2014
The Columbia heavyweights were not able to defeat Princeton and Penn, both Top Ten teams, in the 104th running of the Childs Cup regatta. Princeton swept two of Columbia's three races, and Penn took the other.

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Lightweights Edged by Yale in One vs. Two Battle, Miss Shot at Dodge Cup

April 12th, 2014
It was a dream match-up in the world of collegiate rowing, but Yale's dream had the best outcome, as the Bulldogs edged Columbia for the Dodge Cup on the Housatonic, with Penn finishing third.

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Women's Rowing Faces Northeastern for Woodbury Cup

April 11th, 2014
NEW YORK – The Columbia women's rowing team will compete against Northeastern in the 10th running of the Woodbury Cup on Saturday, April 12 in Boston.

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Heavyweights Take Aim at Top-10 Foes Princeton & Penn for Childs Cup

April 11th, 2014
NEW YORK – The Columbia heavyweight rowing program is set to take part in the 104th edition of the Childs Cup Regatta when they take on nationally-ranked Penn and Princeton in Philadelphia on Saturday, April 12.

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No. 2 Lightweights Vie for Dodge Cup against Top-Ranked Yale, No. 9 Penn

April 11th, 2014
NEW YORK – The No. 2 Columbia lightweight rowing squad will vie for the Dodge Cup against Yale and Penn this Saturday, April 12 on the Housatonic River.

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Lightweights Celebrate Reincarnation of WIT Cup with Stirring Victories Over Princeton, Navy

April 6th, 2014
The blasting crosswind virtually brought crews to a stop. "WIT mentally brought us back in that last 250," James Winford said. Suddenly here came the Lions. "We really cranked the last 250," he recalled. It was barely enough.

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Heavyweight Rowers Win Three of Four in Home Opener; Wind Conditions Cause Cancellation of Several Races

April 6th, 2014
Buffeted by a steady 30-mile per hour wind which swept across the lake, and occasionally gusted to 40 MPH, the crews of Columbia, MIT, Dartmouth and Holy Cross battled the conditions as much as each other

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Women's Rowing Unable to Cope with Top 10 Pair

April 5th, 2014
The Columbia women's crew couldn't have worked any harder, but the young Lion squad was unable to cope with the speed, power and experience of the University of Virginia or Princeton.

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Women's Rowing Heads to Princeton to Take on Tigers and Virginia

April 4th, 2014
NEW YORK - The Columbia women's rowing team will take to the waters of Lake Carnegie in Princeton to face off against their Ivy League foe Tigers and Virginia on Saturday morning.

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Lightweights Begin Spring Against No. 2 Princeton, No. 4 Navy In Return of WIT Cup

April 4th, 2014
NEW YORK - Columbia's lightweight rowing team will find out what its made right off the bat as they take on No. 4 Navy and No. 2 Princeton on Saturday to begin its spring season. The race against the Midshipmen will feature the return of the WIT (Whatever It Takes) Cup.

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Heavyweight Rowing Looks to Continue Winning Ways in Alumni Cup Regatta

April 4th, 2014
NEW YORK - Columbia's heavyweights will make its home debut when they host MIT, Dartmouth and Holy Cross with the Alumni Cup regatta at the Lions' home course at Overpeck Park in Ridgefield, N.J.

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Attacks Invoke Questions of Race Relations

November 10th, 2008

In the three weeks after the series of attacks between 12:13 a.m. and 12:30 a.m. on the morning of Sunday, Oct.

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