Rowing Ranks Second In Latest Poll

April 11, 2001

LOS ANGELES - The USC women's rowing team moved up seven spots this week in the USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association NCAA Division I Varsity Eight Coaches Poll. With six first-place votes, the Trojans are ranked second, surpassing both Washington and Cal for the first time in program history. Brown garnered 17 first-place votes to claim the top spot.

USRowing, in conjunction with the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) will conduct weekly polls for Women's NCAA Division I Collegiate Varsity Eights throughout the season.

Women's NCAA Division I Varsity Eights:

Team (1st-Place Votes)
1. Brown (17)
2. USC (6)
3. Washington
4. Princeton
5. Michigan
6. Harvard
7. Syracuse
8. Virginia
9. Ohio State
10. Cal
11. Iowa
12. Yale
13. Boston
14. Rutgers
15. Clemson
16. Notre Dame
17. Wisconsin
18. Texas
19. Michigan State
20t. Washington State
20t. Pennsylvania

Others receiving votes: Northeastern University 19, University of Massachusetts 15, Columbia University 10, Cornell University 9, Stanford University 8, University of Tulsa 7, Dartmouth College 5, San Diego State University 3, and Oregon State University 1.

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