The Tennessee Lady Vol rowing team began the fall portion of its schedule
by traveling to Chattanooga on Sat., Oct. 9, to compete at the 1999
Chattanooga Head Race. UT entered 10 boats on the soggy day, sweeping the
competition in the Championship 8+, Champion 4+, Championship 2- and the
"This competition was really good for the team to start the fall season. We
pretty much finished where we should have, and it shows that we're ready to
take on the competition," head rowing coach Lisa Glenn said
In the first event of the day, Tennessee took first, second, third and
fourth in the Championship Eight race. Shannon McMahon coxed the gold medal
winning shell, with Megan Reinhart, Michele Moore, Lauren Kueck, Grace
Harrington, Debbie Zmistowski, Kacey Montgomery, Erin Moore and Tammy
Horton stroking the boat to the victory.
The Championship Four competition netted equally positive results for the
Orange and White. Debbie Zmistowski, Nicole Small, Dawn Ware and Kim Walsh
took first place in the shell coxed by Heather Resig, and the second Lady
Vol Championship 4+ boat finished second.
Next, the Novice 4+ boat, with coxswain Brandi Bohleber at the helm,
crossed the buoys in first place. Erin Moore, Kacey Montgomery, Kelly
Kraiss and Sally BeVille provided the thrust in the winning effort.
Finally, Tennessee rounded out the day with a win in the Championship 2-.
The pair consisting of Megan Reinhart and Michele Moore proved too strong
for the competition as they glided to the Lady Vols' fourth victory in as
Next up, Tennessee will prepare for the Head of the Tennessee Regatta to be
held in Knoxville on Oct. 23 on Lake Loudon.