WORCESTER, Mass.--The Connecticut College women's rowing team competed in the New England Rowing Championship on Lake Quinsigomond in Worcester Saturday.
Under the direction of Head Coach Eva Kovach, the Camels had a successful day on the water.
In the varsity four grand finale, the Camels brought home a bronze medal to New London with their third place showing in 8:09.
Bowdoin College won the gold medal with a time of 7:45 with the Lord Jeffs from Amherst College earning silver in 7:58.
Val Goldstein (Brookline, Mass.), a 2014 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar guided the Camels as the coxswain.
Sophomore Annie Speranza (Hopkinton, Mass.) led the Camels in the stroke seat.
The Camels posted a time of 7:49 to finish fifth in the novice eight regatta.
In the women's novice four, the Camels placed fifth with a time of 9:06. The Camels placed sixth in the second varsity four regatta with a time of 8:42.