Florida Tech Panthers Row Past Embry-Riddle Eagles On Canal 54

By  //  March 4, 2018

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first place showings in the V8 & V4

On Saturday morning, Florida Tech started its spring season on a high note, grabbing first place showings in the V8 and V4 against the Embry-Riddle Eagles on the waters of Canal 54. (FIT Image)

FELLSMERE, FLORIDA – On Saturday morning, Florida Tech started its spring season on a high note, grabbing first place showings in the V8 and V4 against the Embry-Riddle Eagles on the waters of Canal 54.

Opening the first event of the day, the 2017 SSC Champs raced the 2,000-meter course in 6:55.5. The shell was comprised of Taylor Stoni, Natalia Arasa Bonavila, Federica Pala, Julie McCarthy, Anna Kayser Gallego, Theresa Gadilhe, Graysen Pensch, Shaula Rey and Svetlana Ristin, who unsurprisingly paced 31.9 seconds ahead of ERAU’s V8.

In the V4, the shell of Allyson McCarran, Taylor Greene, Leigh-Riane Amsterdam, Emily Hall and Summer Rhodes clipped Embry-Riddle with a time of 7:55.4, holding a 19.4 second split over their rival.

The Panthers will now head down south, where they will face the Barry Buccaneers at the Ronald W. Shane Water Sports Center in Miami Shores. The first race is set for 10 a.m. ET on Wednesday, Mar. 7.

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