Coming off a second place finish at the UVA Invitational, the No. 16 women’s rowing team will host No. 10 Brown and No. 18 Columbia in the Dunn Bowl this Saturday on the Cayuga Inlet.The race will begin at 8:35 a.m., as the Red looks to win its first ever Dunn Bowl in the varsity eight race. The Cornell and Brown regatta is one of the oldest in the Ivy League, but in 1933, then-head coach John Dunn decided the race needed its own bowl. Since its institution, the Bears have taken the trophy every year. However, since 2000, when Columbia started to compete in the race as well, the Red has come in second place five times. For the six seniors on the varsity eight squad, the Dunn bowl marks the last time they will row in Ithaca. The team’s last regular season race of the season will be in Hanover, N.H. against Dartmouth, before the squad heads to Camden, N.J. for the long-awaited Ivy League Championships.