Always a Maddog

By Gabriella Gil Joining the Women’s Rugby team in the spring of 2015 felt like a puzzle piece clicking into place for me. After coming back from NU.in Dublin, I felt severely out of place on a campus that was meant to be my home for the next four years of my life. Being from…

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Shaving Seconds

By Sara Corey As a coxswain, my principal job is to steer, so the Head of the Charles is my time to make the biggest difference in my boat’s performance by steering the shortest course possible and by keeping the rowers engaged and motivated for three miles, or about eighteen minutes. By turning at just…

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United for Silver

By Sara Corey This summer, Madison Mailey and her teammates on the Canadian Senior National Rowing Team had a choice: they could race with a poor mentality and lose, or they could unite and race to win a world championship. After winning the Under 23 World Championships for the second time, Mailey earned a spot…

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“A Trip Some People Only Dream About”

I will never forget how close our team and coaches got and the many laughs we shared, all thanks to the generosity of so many people caring about our program. I am speaking for the whole team when I say we are so grateful to go to Northeastern University.

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Howlin’ Huskies in the Mountains

What do you do if you are missing a little bit? How do you get over the hump? Athletes all over the world look for that thin competitive edge; I’d be lying if I said we didn’t do the same. That explains why we were in North Conway, New Hampshire with a former U.S. Army Ranger doing burpees in the middle of a frozen lake.

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