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Alumni Regatta Photos:

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Toledo 1992 Team Photo

Toledo 1992

Group photo from the 1992 Toledo International Regatta. The photo includes rowers from Case and WRRA. For the entire photo album from the event CLICK HERE
Photos courtesy of Lisa Pfaff

Pittsburgh 1992 Team Photo

Ohio 1992

From left to right: Rick Schur, Tom Hudak, Unknown, Coach Ark, Jen Augustine, Nimish Mehta, Tony Baroncotta, Jim Flynn and Lisa Pfaff
Photo taken in Pittsburgh in 1992 at the Car-Du-Pitt scrimmage. For the entire photo album from the event CLICK HERE
Photos courtesy of Lisa Pfaff

Speakmon 1994 Team Photo

Speakmon 1994

Dedication of the Agnar Pytte

Pytte Dedication

The Agnar Pytte was Case Crew's first-ever shell. It is 1986 Kaschper midweight 8+ (fiberglass and wood) and was already eight years old when we got it. It was last worked on and raced in 2004! The shell was purchased from Villanova and Jack St. Clair in February of 1994. Funding for the purchase came from a grant from the president of our university, and now his name graces the bow. Ten 1984 Concept II macon blades were also purchased along with the boat, which also had to be nicely painted with Case's own blade design before the dedication.

Dedication of the Leonard Case Jr.

Lenny Dedication

From left to right: Ram Fish '95 G'95, Chandra Schaub (Flynn) '99, Cindy Ching '96, Tuck Pescosolido G'01, Amy Kozlowski '96, Stacie Ringleb '97, Craig Agricola '97, June Whittaker (Lee) '96, Doug Rathburn '97 G'00, Dan Bachmann '97, MED'02, Karla Rosenman (Draft) '96, Eric Matyac '94, G'97

1984 Schoenbrod heavyweight 4+ - fiberglass and wood, stern coxed The "Lenny" was sitting on a rack in the Western Reserve Rowing Association's boathouse for a number of years in a state of disrepair. Case Crew purchased the boat in January of 1995 with a committment to fix it. Craig Agricola, Amy Kozlowski, Ram Fish and Doug Rathburn spent the entire spring rebuilding it. The money to purchase and repair the shell came from the Case Alumni Association (with the help of Roger Cerne the then president of the CAA). The founder of the Case Institute of Technology's name was respectfully placed on the bow. Five 1988 Concept 2 macon blades were purchased to go with the shell.

The trailer that was carrying the Lenny was rear-ended while pulling out of the parking lot of the 1995 Head of the Ohio. The shell was sent to Biddeford, Maine under the care of Charlie Dibble to be repaired. The original hull color was a bare, faded yellow but during the repair the hull was painted gray to match the school colors.

West Virginia Governor's Cup 1996 Team Photo

Gov Cup 1996

Classic team photo in front of the golden dome of the West Virinia capitol building in Charleston, West Virginia. In the photo you can see the frist ever crews to win medals at the Governor's Cup. In the 90's the regatta drew crews from all over the country and followed a 2-day format with heats on Saturday and finals on Sunday. The Governor's Cup was always the end-of-season championship for the whole team. In later years the team started sending select crews to Dad Vails, but the Governor's Cup mark the end of a long year for the entire team. Getting a medal or even making the finals has always been a quest for all Case Crew rowers.



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