Head of Charles results

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- The Colby College women's varsity crew finished in 13th place in the collegiate 8 race and the men's collegiate 4 boat took 20th at the Head of the Charles Regatta on Sunday.

There was racing on Saturday and Sunday at the prestigious regatta. Colby coaches, alumni, parents, and the current crews competed.

* The women's varsity 8 finished in 13th out of 28 boats in a time of 19 minutes, 19.786 seconds. Susannah Donoho (coxswain), Elli Mapstone (8 spot), Bobbi Alman (7), Libby Huber (6), Emily Muller (5), Emma Bartlett (4), Sophie Bartels (3), Katelyn Hamilton (2), and Eliza Mushinski (1) rowed for the Mules.

* The men's collegiate 4 took 20th out of 43 boats in 19:03.936. The crew was Allyson Redhunt (coxswain), Fred Bower (1), Andrew Eckler (2), Liam Rex (3), and Ethan Ashley (4).

* In men's senior masters 8 racing,  Colby head coach Stew Stokes (coxswain) and assistant coach Steve Whelpley '05 (6) competed and finished 11th out of 62 boats in 16:27.888. David Muller P'17 (4) was part of a boat finishing 14th in 16:36.800, while Ken Dupuis '94 (stroke) and his crew took 39th in 17:39.780.

* Pete Morelli '02 and rowing partner Sean Wolf won the men's master 2 event in 17:59.636. The pair won by more than 27 seconds in a field of 16.

* Hilary Gehman '93, a two-time Olympian, and rowing partner Kelly Salchow MacArthur were second out of 17 boats in the women's master 2 in a tight race. The women finished in 19:52.916 and the winners were at 19:52.402.

* David Watson '15 (7) and his crew took seventh out of 36 boats in the men's club 8 race in 15:48.328.

* Sam Gray '05 (1) rowed in the men's master 4 and was 13th of 22 boats in 19:15.449.

* Mike Feldman '05 (8) and his men's master 8 boat had a time of 17:29.471 to take 14th out of 20 boats.

* Justine Scott '07 was the stroke for her women's club 4 boat. The crew finished 45th of 59 boats in 21:49.911.

* Current Colby rower Jeff Endler '20 was 13th out of 19 boats in the men's lightweight 1 in 20:24.683.

* Lise Hafner 'P20 sat in the number one spot and was 14th out of 22 boats in the women's master 8 (19:18.860).