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Ivy Alums Set to Race in 2010 World Rowing Championships

Harvard's Esther Lofgren

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LAKE KARAPIRO, New Zealand -- Eighteen former Ivy League rowers will compete in the 2010 World Rowing Championships, which begin Sunday, Oct. 31 in Lake Karapiro, New Zealand.

Sixteen of the rowers are members of the United States National Team while Harvard's Malcolm Howard, a three-time national champion with the Crimson, will represent Canada in the men's single sculls and Yale's Ashley Brzozowicz will also compete for Canada in the women's eight. Former Radcliffe All-American Esther Lofgren, a member of the U.S. women's eight, is tracking the U.S. team at the event through her blog.

Here is the list of former Ivies competing in New Zealand:

Name Event Alma Mater
Kate Bertko Women's Double Sculls Princeton
Ashley Brzozowicz* Women's Eight Yale
Charlie Cole Men's Eight Yale
Bob Duff Men's Lightweight Eight Columbia
Anthony Fahden Men's Lightweight Four Dartmouth
Susan Francia Women's Pair Penn
Malcolm Howard* Men's Single Sculls Harvard
Ken Jurkowski Men's Single Sculls Cornell
Matt Kochem Men's Lightweight Eight Cornell
Nick LaCava Men's Lightweight Four Columbia
Esther Lofgren Women's Eight Harvard
Ryan Monaghan Men's Pair Cornell
Matt Muffelman Men's Lightweight Eight Dartmouth
Michael Nucci Men's Lightweight Pair Columbia
Glenn Ochal Men's Double Sculls Princeton
Jamie Redman Women's Eight Yale
Taylor Ritzel Women's Eight Yale
Henrik Rummel Men's Four Harvard

*Competing for Canada