Taya Diangelo, a University of Pennsylvania volunteer assistant, joins the Wildcats rowing staff.
The Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) today announced the recipients of the inaugural Team Academic Excellence awards for the 2016-17 campaign.
The Villanova women's rowing team competed at the CAA Rowing Championships this morning and finished third overall. Three Villanova young women earned CAA honors. Hailey Hurteau was named to the CAA All-Academic Team. Seniors Emily Lenane and Maggie Cavanaugh were named to the All-CAA Team.
The Villanova women’s rowing team will compete in their last race of the season at the CAA Rowing Championships held in Pennsauken, N.J. on Sunday, May 14.
Villanova Women’s Rowing is excited to introduce the class of 2021! These eight young women fit well into the philosophy of the program and the team is very excited to have them on board. They each bring their own unique talents to our team and we are looking forward to their arrival on campus in August.
Sunday, May 14th will be the last time the Villanova Women’s Rowing seniors will get in the boat together. They are racing for the CAA Championship in Pennsauken, NJ. Margaret Cavanaugh, Lucia DeNicola, Jacqueline Denning, Emily Lenane, and Kiera McCloy only have a few days left to practice and prepare for their final race as Wildcats.
Since Villanova Rowing’s inception in 1997, the women of the Villanova University Women’s Rowing team have worked together to achieve greatness in both sport, and personal growth. The opportunities provided by the rowing team have shaped the lives of hundreds of student-athletes over the years, maturing the rowers into strong, powerful, and confident women.
The Villanova women’s rowing team competed in the Kelly Cup Regatta on April 22 held in Philadelphia, Pa. The Wildcats had five boats race throughout the day; Varsity Eight, Second Varsity Eight, Varsity Four, Novice Eight, and the Second Varsity Four. They had another great day of racing, improving upon their results from last weekend.