The UNC Men’s Crew Club gathered more than
200 alumni, parents, students and friends for a
reunion March 23-24. On Friday night, students and
alumni gathered at the Carolina Brewery for dinner
and reminiscing after practice on University Lake. The
next morning, on Lake Wheeler in Raleigh, Carolina
raced Duke and the University of Cincinnati; alumni
raced UNC’s novice team — and won, at least once.
Left and below, Lake
Wheeler in Raleigh was
the setting for sprint
races and a reunion
cookout for the UNC
Men’s Crew Club.
PHOTOS B Y CAROLYN EDY ’ 97 (MA)
Above, also on Saturday, the club christened three new boats, including the Sam
H. Wheeler II. In the evening, rowers gathered at the Rizzo Conference Center in
Chapel Hill for dinner, featuring keynote speaker Anson Dorrance ’ 74.
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