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Courtesy: University of Pennsylvania
Heavyweight Rowing Begins Ivy Racing With Childs Cup
Courtesy: Charles Dorman, associate director of athletic communications  
Release:  04/11/2013

PHILADELPHIA – After a weekend trip across the country to San Diego which saw Penn finish third in the Varsity Eight, the No. 13 Quakers return to traditional Cup racing this weekend with the Childs Cup on the line with No. 5 Princeton and No. 15 Columbia.

Racing will take place at Overpeck Park in Ridgefield Park, N.J. on Saturday with the first race set to begin at 9 a.m.

The Quakers and Tigers have had the better of results in the Childs Cup over the years, each crew winning 45 races to 12 wins for Columbia. For Princeton, much of its success has come in the last 19 years, with wins in 18 of the last 19 installments. Columbia has the lone win over the Tigers in that span, scoring a win in 2009 on Lake Carnegie. Penn will be looking for its first win since 1993, which was the final in a five-year winning streak for the Red and Blue.

Last year, Penn was second to the Tigers on Lake Carnegie, holding off Columbia by 1.9 seconds in a tight race for the runner-up spot. In the 19 years since Penn has claimed the Childs Cup, it has been runner-up 14 times.

Saturday will be the first three-way Cup race of the spring season for the Red and Blue, who enter with a 2-1 record in dual races this season. In Cup races, the Quakers are 1-1 with a win over George Washington in the McCausland Cup.

Schedule for the Childs Cup
9 a.m. – Varsity Fours (Penn and Columbia)
9:20 a.m. – Fourth Varsity/Second Frosh Eights
9:40 a.m. – Third Varsity/First Frosh Eights
10:00 a.m. – Second Varsity Eights
10:20 a.m. – Varsity Eights

Penn Boatings for Childs Cup

Varsity Eight
Cox: Louis Lombardi
Stroke: Matthew McPeak
7. John McCluskey
6. Matthew Jackson
5. Keith Rush
4. Harry Holroyd
3. Kenny Nickens
2. Mitchell Stein
Bow: James Senese

Second Varsity Eight

Cox: Eric Kim
Stroke: Jeffrey Schimmel
7. Robert Wallace
6. Matt Slodden
5. Darren Frankel
4. Ted Brochu
3. Jonathan Hennessy
2. Dara Alizadeh
Bow: Colin Kane

Frosh Eights

Cox: Jacob Mendelson
Stroke: Richard Censits
7. Conor Davenport
6. Chris Matyjek
5. Peter St. Michael
4. Kevin McHale
3. Daniel Kraft
2. Diego Fiori
Bow: Alexander Buck

Second Frosh

Cox: Jonathan Reis
Stroke: Max Heiden
7. Marc Gerard
6. Alexander Weeks
5. Alex Brown
4. Jared Levin
3. Joseph Mack
2. Matthew Wagener
Bow: Zachary Endter

Varsity Four

Cox: Gregory Muir
Stroke: Alex Schade
3.Leonard Kaminski
2. Keith Rigney
Bow: Daniel Sawey



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