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From left, Katrina Pohlman 23 strokes while graduate student Taylor Volmrich bows during a doubles race. Volmrich is entering their fifth year with the rowing program.

Q&A: Senior rower provides leadership to sculling team

By Hannah Fichter, Contributing Writer October 19, 2022
The 2022 sculling season has been strong for the Ithaca College sculling team. The Bombers have seen strong performances from all of its boats at all three competitions. 
From left, former members of the Ithaca College women’s rowing teams Pearl Outlaw ‘20 and Savanna Brija ‘18 are set to compete at the Rowing World Championships on Sept. 18–25.

Two rowing alumni to represent Team USA at Worlds

By David Schurter, Staff Writer September 7, 2022
Even though their time at Ithaca College may have ended, two rowing alumni, Pearl Outlaw ’20 and Savanna Brija ’18 are set to pick up their oars once again, this time for Team USA.
From left, senior Izzy Ozkurt and junior Lauren Hitesman row in the Cayuga Sprints on Sept. 26. Hitesman is in her third season with both the sculling and womens crew teams.

Q&A: Rower makes an impact in the boat and on campus

By Ori Grady, Contributing writer September 29, 2021
Junior Lauren Hitesman, a member of both the sculling and women’s crew teams will be a part of the team competing for a grand final appearance at the championship next spring.
From left, graduate student Allison Arndt and senior Izzy Ozkurt will look to lead the sculling team as captains this season.

Sculling team rowing together again for a title

By Laura Ilioaei, Contributing writer August 26, 2021
The Ithaca College sculling team is eager to return to racing this fall after the 2020 season was canceled by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Women’s varsity sculling addition improves equality under Title IX

By The Ithacan September 6, 2012
The creation of more women’s varsity teams is a progressive move for the college, acknowledging there is still room to improve when it comes to equality.
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