California State University, Long Beach

BCA Publication – July 2014

Saturday, 16. August 2014

The following newsletter was constructed by Ariana Gastelum.

BCA Publication July 2014

Contents include:

-Naples Island Collegiate Challenge

-BCA Board of Directors

-Ex-Officio Members of the Board

-Memorable Athletes

-Coaches

CSULB Partners with Livestream’s Rowing Channel

Thursday, 24. April 2014

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In a massive effort by Southern California colleges and the American Collegiate Rowing Association (ACRA), CSU Long Beach has joined the efforts of The Rowing Channel (TRC) consortium to bring live webcasts of major regattas to our ever-growing community of alums, their families, and our community. Other SoCal institutions include Orange Coast College, who had a widely popular webcast of the 2014 Newport Regatta. CSULB will add the Southern California Opening Day Regatta and the new Naples Island Collegiate Challenge to the lineup of annual events. In addition, regional events such as the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships (WIRA) and the annual national championships of the ACRA will be the flagship events of the channel.

It is the goal of the consortium to pool together resources, establish best practice, and obtain the proper manpower to make this operation possible.

TRC is operated by Netrendity Network Services, a provider of infrastructure consulting.

You can find The Beach on TRC at http://beachcrew.org/live

1974 LW’s Celebrate 40th Anniversary at Crew Classic

Friday, 4. April 2014

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Join us this weekend as Long Beach State competes against many crews from around the nation (and the world) at the 41st Annual San Diego Crew Classic. Racing is up to eight lanes this year across in Mission Bay, with heats beginning on Saturday, and finals on Sunday morning. The Beach has entered into the following events:

- Mens Collegiate Cal Cup
- Womens DII-DIII-Club B (8+)
- Mens Collegiate JV
- Mens Collegiate Novice
- Womens Collegiate DII-DIII-Club (4+)

The Beach Crew Alumni Association will be on Tent Row near the south entrance. On Sunday at approx. 9:40AM, the 1974 Lightweights will partake in their 40th anniversary “row-by” in the event they once won back in the day.

If you cannot join us in person, Crew Classic offers excellent streaming video coverage of all races, with camera boats following the race as well as aerial shots from a huge tower. Cost for the 2-day event is $10.

http://www.crewclassic.org/photosvideo/live-video-streaming/

More information and official schedule is at http://www.crewclassic.org. You can find the team’s events marked as CSULB.