August 13, 2012

Coach Matt Madigan’s final update from London

This is my final entry. Debated about sending it, but figured I better close it out. Thanks for the support and great work on the ‘Star. […]
July 22, 2012

Coach Matt Madigan from London: On the ground

We have now been on the ground for five days and have settled into our dorms, the course and our routine.  The last two boats from […]
May 21, 2012

Matt, Margot and Sarah take us to London!

Millions of strokes are taken every year by those who dream of being able to represent their country and prove they truly are the best in […]
January 21, 2012

OS Stefanie Kozuszek reminds us what it's really all about

Tonight is the Rising Stars Dinner and Auction, an event to support the National Team and Olympic dreams of members of PBC’s Open Sculling Program.  Following […]
January 8, 2012

Rise to the occasion, PBC!

Social Committee Chair Virginia Bryant and Coach Reilly Dampeer and her Open Scullers want to remind everyone that the Rising Stars Dinner is less than two […]
November 19, 2011

The 2011 PBC Triathlon

In case you didn’t check the listserv this week, or conveniently chose to ignore the message, you were invited to participate in the 2011 PBC Triathlon […]
October 4, 2011

Kevin Baum … from Red to Blue

We wish Kevin the best of luck on his quest to earn a seat in the Blue Boat. Don’t forget to write. To read Kevin’s bio, […]
September 24, 2011

PBC men fall in line for head race season

Yep. Fall is here. After an insanely successful summer, PBC’s Men’s Sweep Team is gearing up for this weekend’s Scullers Head of the Potomac (SHOP), as well as another successful head race season. This may be the best fall for the men in a long time … but they usually do pretty well, right, PBC?! Below are a few photos taken during yesterday’s deary, drizzly morning practice. Apologies for the fuzzy ones (photos, that is). We weren’t expecting it to be so dark for so long already! See you at the SHOP on Sunday!
August 16, 2011

Gold never gets old for PBC at MatNats

Not a crab during warm ups, not a broken clam before the start of a race, not a whipping wind or searing heat … nothing. Nothing […]