Pac-10 Men's and Women's Crew Weekly Release

May 30, 2000

Led by Pac-10 Women's Rowing Coach of the Year Jan Harville, the WASHINGTON women's rowing team captured the silver medal at the NCAA Women's Rowing Championships. Her 2000 varsity eight was ranked No. 1 all season and suffered its only loss, to Brown, in the grand final at the NCAA Championships.

Harville also led the Huskies to their ninth consecutive Pac-10 title. She completed her 13th year at Washington, earning her seventh Coach of the Year honor.

Steve Gladstone of CALIFORNIA directed his men's crew to their second consecutive Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) national title this spring, defeating previously unbeaten Brown in the finals. California was ranked No. 1 in the US Rowing Coaches Poll throughout the season. The Bears also won the Pac-10 Championships for the third straight year.

The Coach of the Year honor is the third consecutive for Gladstone and fourth overall. Gladstone, who completed his fourth season in his second stint as head coach at California, also won the award in 1979.

In addition the California women placed fourth at the NCAA Championships, while the Washington men placed fourth at the IRA's.


2000 PAC-10 MEN'S AND WOMEN'S ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPSMen: 41st Annual, Women: 14th AnnualMay 14, 2000, Lake Natoma, Rancho Cordova, Calif.


Men1. California 712. Washington 643. Oregon State 544. Stanford 405. Gonzaga 276. Washington State 207. Oregon 138. UCLA 10

Women1. Washington 702. California 623. Oregon State 524. Washington State 475. USC 466. Stanford 307. Gonzaga 248. UCLA 12


Women's Varsity Four Grand Final1. Washington 7:50.32. California 7:53.23. Washington State 8:10.24. UC Irvine 8:16.05. Oregon State 8:18.06. Gonzaga 8:23.0

Men's Varsity Four Grand Final1. Washington 6:43.72. California 6:47.33. Santa Clara 7:04.84. San Diego State 7:08.05. Oregon State 7:08.86. UC Santa Barbara 7:12.6

Men's Freshman Eight Grand Final1. California 6:03.52. Washington 6:05.33. Oregon State 6:13.14. UC Davis 6:29.35. UC Irvine 6:29.56. Stanford 6:35.3

Women's Novice Eight Grand Final1. Washington 7:08.12. Oregon State 7:28.63. California 7:33.64. Washington State 7:40.15. UC Davis 7:41.76. UC Santa Barbara 8:00.1

Men's Junior Varsity Eight Grand Final1. California 6:25.52. Washington 6:29.93. Oregon State 6:46.84. Stanford 7:01.05. Gonzaga 7:02.86. UC Davis 7:10.9

Women's Junior Varsity Eight Grand Final1. Washington 7:25.72. California 7:31.63. USC 7:36.54. Washington State 7:46.05. Oregon State 7:51.56. San Diego State 8:14.0

Women's Varsity Eight Grand Final1. Washington 6:27.52. California 6:29.63. Oregon State 6:39.84. USC 6:43.15. Washington State 6:50.86. Sacramento State 6:54.6

Men's Varsity Eight Grand Final1. California 5:35.32. Washington 5:40.73. Oregon State 5:46.34. Stanford 5:53.55. San Diego 5:57.96. Western Washington 6:01.6


MENMike Lennig, CaliforniaLuke Walton, CaliforniaGraham Taylor, CaliforniaJeremia Dees, CaliforniaMike Chait, WashingtonWhit Hammond, WashingtonEric Funk, WashingtonJoey Hansen, Oregon StateScott Fortner, Oregon StateNate Matter, StanfordColin Thalhofer, GonzagaLucas Olona, Washington StateJoe Neron, Oregon

Coach of the Year: Steve Gladstone, California

WOMENSabina Telenska, WashingtonVanessa Tavalero, WashingtonRika Geysar, WashingotnAnna Mickelson, WashingtonMegan Dirkmott, CaliforniaWhitney Weber, CaliforniaCaroline Ingham, CaliforniaAmanda Westfall, Oregon StateAnnie Godwin, Oregon StateAnnelisa Gross, USCLisa Phillips, Washington StateMegan Burritt, StanfordJill Vimont, GonzagaSophie Minter, UCLA

Newcomer of the Year: Heidi Hurn, Washington

Coach of the Year: Jan Harville, Washington

2000 NCAA WOMEN'S ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPSMay 28, 2000, Cooper River, Camden, N.J.

Team Standings1. Brown 592. WASHINGTON 553. Virginia 484. CALIFORNIA 385. Michigan 346. Princeton 327. Boston University 208. Michigan State 189. Ohio State 1310. Harvard-Radcliffe 13

Varsity I Finals1. Brown 6:37.202. WASHINGTON 6:41.103. Virginia 6:42.794. CALIFORNIA 6:46.505. Michigan 6:49.296. Princeton 7:50.20


Varsity Challenge Cup Grand Final1. CALIFORNIA 5:39.582. Brown 5:44.503. Princeton 5:44.874. WASHINGTON 5:48.475. Temple 5:54.156. Dartmouth 5:57.78

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