Eastern Association of Women's Rowing Colleges


Eastern Association of Women's Rowing Colleges

The Eastern Association of Women's Rowing Colleges is an American sports conference of nineteen women's college crew teams. The conference is affiliated with the Eastern College Athletic Conference.

Members

*Boston University
*Brown University
*Columbia University
*Cornell University
*Dartmouth College
*Georgetown University
*George Washington University
*Harvard University
*College of the Holy Cross
*Massachusetts Institute of Technology
*Northeastern University
*University of Pennsylvania
*Princeton University
*University of Rhode Island
*Rutgers University
*Syracuse University
*United States Naval Academy
*University of Wisconsin-Madison
*Yale University

ee also

*Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges

External links

* [http://www.ecac.org/affiliates/EAWRC/membership/index EAWRC members]


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