Rowing Year In Review
July 26, 2001
Led by Pac-10 Women's Rowing Coach of the Year, Jan Harville, the WASHINGTON women's rowing team won its third NCAA title in the last five seasons. Her varsity eight squad battled USC for the top position in the West Region throughout the year before winning the national championship.
Harville also led the Huskies to their 10th consecutive Pac-10 crown. She completed her 14th year at UW, earning her eighth Coach of the Year honor.
CALIFORNIA's Steve Gladstone directed his men's crew to their third straight Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) national title this spring. California was ranked No. 1 in the U.S. Rowing Coaches Poll throughout the year and completed the season undefeated. The Bears also won the Pac-10 Championships for the fourth consecutive year.
The Coach of the Year honor is the fourth straight for Gladstone and fifth overall. Gladstone, who completed his fifth season in his second stint as head coach at California, also won the award in 1979.
In addition, the California women placed sixth at the NCAA Championships, while the Washington men placed third at the IRA's.
Men: 42nd Annual, Women: 15th Annual
May 13, 2001, Lake Natoma, Rancho Cordova, Calif.
|Women's Varsity Four Grand Final|
|6.||San Diego State||8:21.1|
|Men's Varsity Four Grand Final|
|3.||UC San Diego||6:54.3|
|6.||San Diego State||7:17.2|
|Men's Freshman Eight Grand Final|
|6.||UC San Diego||6:48.7|
|Women's Novice Eight Grand Final|
|Women's Junior Varsity Eight Grand Final|
|Men's Junior Varsity Eight Grand Final|
|Women's Varsity Eight Grand Final|
|Men's Varsity Eight Grand Final|
ALL -PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE TEAMS
Nito Simonsen, California
Mladen Steigic, California
Luke Walton, California
Jake Wetzel, California
Joseph Neron, Oregon
Joey Hansen, Oregon State
Andrew Jackson, Oregon State
Chris Jones, Stanford
Paul Steinke, UCLA
David Calder, Washington
Matt Deakin, Washington
Hans Hurn, Washington
Ryan Herrington, Washington State
Coach of the Year: Steve Gladstone, California
Ariana Canova, California
Megan Cooke, California
Marci Lee, Oregon
Abby Roos, Oregon State
Sabrina Kolky, Stanford
Nell Shuttelworth, UCLA
Rebecca Moneymaker, USC
Amy Pearce, USC
Nicole Borges, Washington
Rika Geyser, Washington
Anna Mickelson, Washington
Nicole Rogers, Washington
Sara Allen, Washington State
Newcomer of the Year: Annabel Richie, Washington
Coach of the Year: Jan Harville, Washington
May 26, 2001, Lake Lanier, Gainesville, Ga.
Varsity I Finals
June 1, 2001, Cooper River, Camden, N.J.
Varsity Challenge Cup Grand Final