Women's Rowing

    Eglit Võsu
    Eglit  Võsu


    Pärnu, Estonia

    High School:
    Pärnu Sütevaka Humanitaargümnaasium




    Eight Trojan Rowers Receive Pac-12 All-Academic Honors

    Four USC rowers earned first-team recognition with one second-team nod and three honorable mention Trojans


    Trojans Earn Program-Best Fourth-Place NCAA Finish

    The USC women's rowing varsity four claimed silver in its grand final to highlight the final day of NCAA races


    Trojans in Pole Position Heading into NCAA Championship Finals

    USC women's rowing advanced all three boats to NCAA grand finals for the second time in program history


    Women of Troy Throttle Competition in Preliminary NCAA Heats

    The second-ranked USC women's rowing team took first place in each of its three first-day NCAA heats


    No. 1 USC and No. 5 UCLA Set to Race in Annual Dual

    The Women of Troy and the Bruins will race on the waters of Ballona Creek in Marina Del Rey on Saturday, May 4


    Women's Rowing: NCAA Championships

    The second-ranked Women of Troy completed the 2013 campaign with a program-best fourth-place finish in the NCAA Division I Women's Rowing Championships at Eagle Creek Park on Sunday (June 2). USC's varsity four claimed silver in the fours grand final to take the podium while the Trojans' second varsity eight enjoyed a best-ever finish of fourth place. USC's varsity eight topped off the day with a sixth-place finish in its grand final.

    Eglit Võsu enters her second year with the Trojans and will row from the port side.

    As a freshman, Võsu helped power USC's second varsity eight. From the sixth seat, she helped the 2V8 to a sixth-place finish for the Jackie Ann Stitt Hungness Trophy at the San Diego Crew Classic. In a three-way race, Võsu helped the second varsity eight to a win against Princeton and Yale, and later helped her crew beat Michigan State and Notre Dame head-to-head at the Stanford Invitational. Võsu rowed from the six seat in the second varsity eight at the Pac-12 Championships where USC came in fifth as a team, and rowed at six and at the two seat at the NCAA Championships where her boat finished first in the petite final and USC finished sixth as a team.

    Võsu rowed for the Pärnu Rowing Club under head coach Rita Maier for six years. She was named her high school's 2010 Athlete of the Year and was later named Estonia's Junior National Team MVP. Võsu placed 15th in the double sculls at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games and is a seven-time Estonian youth national championship title holder. She was the Baltic champion and participated in the Junior World Championships from 2008-11.

    Eglit Võsu is majoring in international relations and Middle East studies.