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Is Florida State Rowing a varsity sport for women? Are there scholarship oppertunities for the sport?
-- Audry Rains (Rowing24@aol.com), May 13, 1998
Audry- Unfortunately at this time FSU Rowing remains a club on both the men's and women's sides. However, the women will be (or are slated to be) full varsity status by the fall of 99. If you are enrolling at FSU in the upcoming fall semester, I encourage you to not let the "non-varsity" status hinder you from coming and joining the team. We are quite successful and produce many winning crews each year.
-- Patrick Casey (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 16, 1998.
Dear Mr Casey I'm writing to you in order to enquire about your rowing team. My name is Florian Ramp I'm a 22 year old Swiss national, and in the autumm next year I intend to study Economics in the U.S.A. In July next year I'll have finished my higher education (Matura)the Swiss equivalent to the American higher education system. Hence, I'd like to know whether there are any possiblities of me joining your rowing team. Please find listed below my results (with my rowing team in Switzerland): 1994 junior worldchampion 8+ (bow) 1995 3th at the junior worldchampionship (stroke) 1996 C.R.A.S.H.-B.Sprints Junior champion (world record) 1997 4th Nationscup 4+ 1998 C.R.A.S.H.-B.Sprints Open final Swissindoor winner time 5.58 (2000m) 1st 8+;4- Swisschampionship 1999 Swissindoor winner time 5.55 (2000m) I look forward to hearing from you in the very near future
-- Ramp Florian (email@example.com), August 03, 1999.