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ROW | Gaels Hold Annual 'Row-A-Thon'

Saint Mary's women's rowing head coach Anna Pytlak (left) and the Gaels will host their annual Row-A-Thon Wednesday.
Nov. 14, 2017

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MORAGA, Calif. —
The Saint Mary’s women’s rowing team will hold its annual Row-A-Thon throughout the day on Wednesday in front of the Saint Mary’s College chapel, all in an effort to raise money for the program to purchase new equipment.

Collectively, the Gaels will row over a million meters on Wednesday to raise money for the purchase of a new boat to update their fleet for spring competition. Each student-athlete will row at least 21,097 meters throughout the day, or roughly the same distance as a half-marathon (13.1 miles).

Those interested in donating to the Saint Mary’s rowing program and their Row-A-Thon efforts can do so on the team’s GiveCampus page by clicking here.

The Saint Mary’s women’s rowing team wrapped up its fall season on Saturday with six top-five finishes and three top-three finishes overall at the Head of the Lagoon in Foster City. The Gaels’ collegiate fours “B” boat had the team’s highest finish of the day, placing second with a time of 21 minutes, 6.4 seconds.



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