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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.
Senior Pearl Outlaw and her partner, Joshua Boissoneau, celebrate their bronze-medal finish at the World Rowing Championships on Aug. 30 in Linz, Austria.

Bomber rowers compete at World Rowing Championships

By Jack Murray, Staff Writer September 12, 2019
Senior Pearl Outlaw and Ithaca College alumni Erik Frid '14 and Meghan Musnicki '05 competed at the World Rowing Championships in Linz, Austria.
Sculling competes at Bucknell University on Oct. 14

Sculling competes at Bucknell University on Oct. 14

By Mikayla Rovenolt, Staff Writer October 16, 2018
The Ithaca College sculling team competed at Bucknell University on the Susquehanna River on Oct. 14.
Junior Pearl Outlaw rows with partner Josh Boissoneau at the World Rowing Championships in Bulgaria on Sept. 14. Outlaw and Boissoneau finished the PR3 Mix2x Double in 8:29.62.

Rower recounts racing at World Rowing Championships

By Danielle Allentuck, Senior Writer October 2, 2018

While her classmates slumped through their typical class schedules, junior Pearl Outlaw was in Bulgaria chasing her dreams. Outlaw placed fifth at the World Rowing Championships in PR3 Mix2x double...

Junior Pearl Outlaw prepares to row at the 50th anniversary celebration for the crew team April 28. Outlaw will compete in the mixed double race with now-partner Josh Boissoneau in Bulgaria.

Junior rower competes at the World Rowing Championships

By Danielle Allentuck, Senior Writer September 5, 2018
Junior Pearl Outlaw, who is partially blind, is competing for Team USA at the World Rowing Championships in Bulgaria.
Sculling aims to win gold at national championship

Sculling aims to win gold at national championship

By Dani Pluchinsky, Sports Editor August 29, 2018
The Ithaca College sculling team is looking to get back to the NCAA championship with a large freshman class.
Junior Savannah Brija and senior Libby Burns raced across Cayuga Lake during the Cayuga Sculling Sprints regatta Sept. 24. Brija and Burns placed second overall with a time of 16:04.9.

Sculling brings home four medals at Cayuga Sculling Sprints

By Kaitlin Maniscalco, Contributing Writer September 27, 2017
The women's sculling team competed at the Cayuga Sculling Springs Sept. 24 at the Cayuga Inlet. The team placed first in four out of the five regattas.
Freshman Pearl Outlaw, a member of the Ithaca College womens rowing team, was born with a genetic condition called retinitis pigmentosa. She was born with some light receptors and color receptors in her eyes not functioning properly, and retinitis pigmentosa causes the ones that are working to slowly deteriorate over time.

Ithaca College freshman rower has a vision of success

By Danielle Allentuck, Sports Editor September 28, 2016
Freshman Pearl Outlaw, who was born with retinitis pigmentosa, began rowing in the summer going into her junior year of high school.
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