Guide to the Boat Race crews: Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club
Tricia Smith is the only returning Blue for Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club.
The 25-year-old bow seat retains the position that she held in the Light Blue crew in the seven-length win over Oxford in 2018.
Lily Lindsay, Sophie Deans and Kate Horvat all rowed together at Yale, and join forces again for Cambridge.
Denmark international Ida Gortz Jacobsen will be in the No 7 seat, and behind her will be former GB rower Pippa Whittaker. Hugh Spaughton will cox the crew.
Here is a more detailed look at who will be wearing the Light Blue of Cambridge at 2.13pm on Sunday, April 7 - and clicking on the names will link to more detailed pieces about the oarswomen.
Bow: Tricia Smith
Course: PhD materials science & metallurgy
No 2 seat: Sophie Deans
College: Murray Edwards
Course: MPhil in management
No 3 seat: Laura Foster
Course: Archaeology PhD
No 4 seat: Larkin Sayre
Course: PhD in materials science
No 5 seat: Kate Horvat
Course: MPhil in planning, growth and regeneration
No 6 seat: Pippa Whittaker
Course: Master of finance, MFin
No 7 seat: Ida Gortz Jacobsen
Course: MPhil in European, Latin American and comparative literatures and cultures
Stroke: Lily Lindsay
Course: MPhil environmental policy
Cox: Hugh Spaughton
Course: Natural sciences
Oxford University Women's Boat Club Blue boat : Bow Issy Dodds (Hertford, 22), Anna Murgatroyd (Christ Church, 24), Renee Koolschijn* (Keble, 29), Lizzie Polgreen (Linacre, 30), Tina Christmann (Worcester, 23), Beth Bridgmann* (St Hugh’s, 21), Liv Pryer (St Edmund Hall, 21), stroke Amelia Standing (St Annes, 19), cox Eleanor Shearer (Nuffield, 22).