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Fall Sports Transition to the Winter

Some students go straight to a new sport right after the end of fall sports, or perhaps they try to stay fit while they await the beginning of the spring season sports. However, crew,...

Hooper Takes the Helm

PICTURED ABOVE: Senior and captain Cheryl Hao prepares to start her 3000 meter steady state piece. Photo by Karen Lin.  It’s early September on a Tuesday afternoon in the Hockaday Higginbotham Natatorium. A group...

Hockaday Crew’s Varsity Quad Wins State Championship

After opening new blisters and enduring weeks of intense erg pieces and windy days at the murky Bachman, Hockaday Crew’s Varsity Quad won the Women’s Junior Varsity Quad event at the Texas Rowing Championships...

S.W.E.A.T. It Out

A stark contrast from her usual Saturday morning spent practicing on the lake, senior rower Teal Cohen spent her Saturday on Feb. 4 at Jesuit Preparatory School, and instead of her boat, Cohen mounted...

Six Questions: Teal Cohen

Senior Teal Cohen talks about racing at the National Can-Am-Mex Regatta. How did you get there?  I had to go to an ID camp [instructional camp focused on improving rowing techniques to achieve success at...

G(rowing) up with Crew

Junior Teal Cohen climbed into her boat at the Bachman Lake Annual Sprint Trials Regatta last March and prepared herself mentally like any other sprint race. However, this 1000-meter race differed from her usual...

Recrewting: Rowing Athletes Commit to College

“Crew is the unsung hero of college acceptances,” senior Sarah Taylor said. “If you are a sophomore or junior and burned out of your sport, just try crew. If you are athletic and can...