Cascade Cup

The Vikings were down in Vancouver this past weekend working to reclaim the conference title after surrendering it to the UPS Loggers in 2014. It was a successful day for the Vikings, with wins in all events and a podium finish for the exhibition 8 as well. The Vikings effectively reestablished themselves on top of the conference once again with the first across the board set of wins since the establishment of the Northwest Collegiate Rowing Conference.

The team poses at Vancouver Lake, WA, after sweeping the Cascade Cup conference championship.
The team poses at Vancouver Lake, WA, after sweeping the Cascade Cup conference championship. Photo courtesy of Jonathon Turvey
Varsity 4+ coxswain Marielle Face is tossed into Vancouver Lake following the narrow margin victory over UPS
JV 4+ coxswain Gen Carrillo is tossed into Vancouver Lake following an open water win for the Adams Cup. Photo Courtesy of Tohn Keagle
N4 coxswain Tohn Keagle is tossed after driving his crew to a thrilling 2 seat margin win on Sunday
N4 coxswain Tohn Keagle is tossed into Vancouver Lake after driving his crew to a thrilling 3 seat margin win on Sunday at the conference championships. Photo courtesy of Gen Carrillo
V4 coxswain Marielle Face is thrown by her crew following a victorious V4 race that was settled in the second 1000 at Vancouver Lake
V4 coxswain Marielle Face is thrown by her crew following a victorious V4 race that was settled in the second 1000 at Vancouver Lake. Photo courtesy of Tohn Keagle
V8 coxswain Charlotte Nieman is tossed into Vancouver Lake following a win over UPS and Lewis and Clark on Sunday to return the Rainier Cup to the Lakewood boathouse.
V8 coxswain Charlotte Nieman is tossed into Vancouver Lake following a win over UPS and Lewis and Clark on Sunday to return the Rainier Cup to the Lakewood boathouse. Photo courtesy of Tohn Keagle