WROW Introduces Recruiting Class
Nov. 17, 2017


SPOKANE, Wash. - Gonzaga women's rowing head coach Glenn Putyrae announced the signing of four new Zags to National Letters of Intent for the 2018-19 season today.

Silvia Roy
San Diego, Calif. | Cathedral Catholic High School Rowing
"From the moment I stepped on campus, it felt like home away from home,” Roy said.

Marissa Thomas
Portland, Ore. | Rose City Rowing Club
"From the moment I stepped on campus I knew that Gonzaga would be my next home. I have never felt as comfortable as I did with the new environment and people, and I have never felt as confident as I do now that the decision I made was the right one. I'm so excited to be a Zag and to see where we will go," Thomas said.

Jessica O’Reilly
Moraga, Calif. | Oakland Strokes Rowing Club
"Gonzaga is my home away from home. I can’t wait to continue my career at a university where I feel a part of a family," O’Reilly said.

Grace Cahalane
San Francisco, Calif. | Pacific Rowing Club
"I fell in love with Gonzaga the minute I stepped on campus. The school itself is beautiful, the people are great, and the rowing program is the competitive team that I was looking for. Go Zags," Cahalane said.

Ally Moeller
Newport Beach, Calif. | Newport Aquatic Center
“I’m so excited to be able to call myself a Zag and to be a part of such an amazing community! I loved the campus and the rowing team and coaches! Go Zags,” Moeller said.

Grace Nickas
Portland, Ore. | Rose City Rowing Club
"I chose GU because the team and school had such a welcoming environment that instantly made me feel like I belonged there," Nickas said.


 

 

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