Rowing Ranked Fourth In Latest Poll

April 23, 2001

LOS ANGELES -- The USC women's rowing team enters the week ranked fourth among NCAA Division I varsity eight boats in the latest poll released by the USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association. The Trojans dropped two spots after capturing a No. 2 ranking following the San Diego Crew Classic.

USC hosts Stanford this Saturday, April 28, at the Port of Los Angeles. Races begin at 11 a.m.

Brown University garnered 22 first-place votes to hold on to the top spot.

USRowing, in conjunction with the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA), conducts weekly polls for Women's NCAA Division I Collegiate Varsity Eights and Women's NCAA Division II/III Collegiate Varsity Eights throughout the season.

Women's NCAA Division I Varsity Eights

Team (1st-Place Votes)
1. Brown (22)
2. Michigan (2)
3. Princeton
4. USC
5. Washington 404 3
6. Syracuse
7. Harvard
8. Ohio State
9. Virginia
10. Yale
11. California
12. Michigan State
13. Iowa
14. Boston
15. Rutgers
16. Notre Dame
17. Clemson
18. Wisconsin
19. Columbia
20. Texas

Others receiving votes: Pennsylvania 38, Washington State 20, Northeastern 18, Cornell 17, Tulsa 8, Stanford 5, Dartmouth 3, and San Diego State 2.

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