Morgan Cathrea
Morgan Cathrea

Hometown:
Victoria, British Comumbia

High School:
Lambrick Park Secondary


05/19/2013

Spartans Finish Fourth at Big Ten Championships

Second Novice Eight Earns Bronze Medal

04/26/2013

Spartans Head to UVA Invitational

NCAA Boats face off with top competition

04/12/2013

Rowers Ready for Big Ten Double Dual

MSU races No. 4 Buckeyes, Indiana in Ann Arbor

2013: Raced in the stroke seat of the second varsity in the season opener (March 30) against Michigan and Notre Dame at home, and fell by two lengths to the Wolverines and a length and a half to the Irish ... Rowed in the five seat of the second varsity eight in a four-boat race with Big Ten foes Michigan, Ohio State, and Indiana (April 13) when conditions forced a change from a double-dual format. Finished third in a time of 6:56.63, just three-tenths of a second behind second-place Michigan and open water ahead of the Hoosiers ... Lined up with some of the best crews in the country at the Clemson Invitational (April 20-21). In the five seat of the second varsity eight, finished fourth in its morning heat, (6:50.2), as Cornell posted the second-best time of the morning session and won MSUs heat in a time of 6:40.8. The second varsity eight finished its Saturday heat in fifth, just five-tenths of a second behind Indiana in a time of 6:41.7. In Sunday's finale, finished behind Cornell (7:09.7), Oklahoma, Clemson, and Louisville, clocked in a time of 7:19.3 ... Three seat in the varsity eight when the team traveled to Virginia to take on the host Cavaliers and Duke (April 27), falling to No. 4 UVA in a time of 6:46.4, and by just over seven seconds to Duke (6:55.2) ... Raced Big Ten foes Minnesota and Wisconsin in the final week of the regular season (May 5), and rowed to a third-place finish (6:42.6) as the three seat in the varsity eight ... In the three seat, helped the varsity eight to a fourth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships (May 19) in a time of 6:44.334, avenging a pair of losses to Minnesota in the regular season. Helped MSU finish fourth at the Championships as a team.