Congratulations! National rowing title for West Seattle brothers

June 18, 2014 at 10:03 am | In West Seattle news, WS & Sports | 8 Comments

Thanks to proud mom Regina Arceo-Schulz for sharing big news about her sons’ latest rowing achievement:

The Schulz brothers, Spencer (18) and J.T. (16), both from West Seattle, won the 2014 US Youth National Men’s Lightweight Doubles in Lake Natoma, California last Sunday, June 15.

Congratulations! You can see the full results here.


  1. Fantastic – way to go, guys (and way to represent WS!) A lot of dedication and skill goes into such an achievement!

    Comment by Mookie — 11:11 am June 18, 2014 #

  2. Awesome job Schulz boys! WS is well represented. FYI, there’s a canoe trip opportunity this summer we could use your oars….or paddles.

    Comment by Tom Carney — 11:39 am June 18, 2014 #

  3. Truly outrageous! Job well done. Those who know realize what a tough sport this is. Congratulations.

    Comment by WestSide45 — 3:09 pm June 18, 2014 #

  4. These two are a testament to hard work and dedication to excellence. Beside this achievement, one of them is a Eagle Scout and the other is about to attain that rank this year.
    Way to go guys!

    Comment by John — 7:45 pm June 18, 2014 #

  5. Great job, Spencer and JT! And congrats to Spencer on achieving his Eagle Scout!

    Comment by JK of Shorewood — 9:04 pm June 18, 2014 #

  6. These guys are my neighbors, and along with being ridiculously athletic they are the most sincerely nice kids I’ve met in ages. Truly, they just exude goodness. So glad to see them here!

    Comment by K M — 9:06 pm June 18, 2014 #

  7. Awesome!! What club do they train with?? Or…do they have their own shells?

    Comment by Blinkyjoe — 11:12 am June 19, 2014 #

  8. The organization on the results linked above was Seattle Rowing Center.

    Comment by WSB — 11:20 am June 19, 2014 #

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