Men's Heavyweight Crew Sends Frosh to The Belly

More info on the Belly of the Carnegie

PHILADELPHIA--The Penn men’s heavyweight rowing team will send two freshman boats to the Belly of the Carnegie in Princeton, N.J. This final event of the season will start at 11 a.m. Sunday.

The Belly of the Carnegie is an invitational head-race hosted by the Princeton University crew coaching staff for freshman men and novice women collegiate crews. The Belly of the Carnegie regatta is composed of three races for women, lightweight men and heavyweight men, competing over a distance of 2.75 miles.

The Belly Bowl Trophy is awarded to the school with the combined best time for the top two boats in all three events. Last season, Cornell took home its first title since the competition began in 1993.

Penn’s heavyweight boatings are as follows:

Cox. Lawrence Tanzman

8. Matthew Van Voorhis

7. Nick Whitehead

6. Jacob Boomgaardt

5. Piero Russo

4. Stuart Davidson

3. Diego Hernendez

2. Russ Windsor

1. Jordan Martin

Cox. Halley Sloane

8. Brad Adams

7. Dan Morson

6. Nick Barnes

5. Chris Sutter

4. Nate Miller

3. Xiao Ling

2. Dan Morrison

1. Chris Shook