Pac-10 NCAA Women's Rowing Round-Up: May 29, 2010

May 29, 2010

UCLA's Varsity Eight Finishes Fifth in NCAA Championship Semifinal Heat
SACRAMENTO - The UCLA women's rowing varsity eight crew finished fifth in a six-boat semifinal heat on Saturday morning at the NCAA Championships and will compete in Sunday's Petite Final. [Read More]

Varsity Eight, Four Headed To NCAA Rowing Grand Finals
USC's No. 10 women's rowing team had a strong second day of the 2010 NCAA Rowing Championships as Troy's Varsity Eight and Four boats both qualified for the Grand Finals during semifinal action on Saturday (May 29) at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center in Gold River, Calif. [Read More]

All Cal Boats Qualify For Finals at NCAA Championships
GOLD RIVER - No. 3 California women's crew advanced all three boats to Sunday's finals at the NCAA Women's Division I Rowing Championships after Saturday morning's semifinals at Lake Natoma in Gold River, Calif., with the Golden Bears' varsity 4+ winning its heat. The Cal varsity 8+ came in second and the second varsity 8+ finished third. The top three boats in each semifinal automatically qualified for the grand finals; the bottom three boats move on to the petite finals. [Read More]

Stanford's I And II Eights Advance To NCAA Grand Finals
GOLD RIVER, Calif. - Stanford women's rowing sent two boats, its I and II Eights, to their respective NCAA Grand Finals in Saturday's action at the NCAA Championships on the waters of Lake Natoma, while the Four just missed out on a finals berth and will row in Sunday's petite final. [Read More]

Varsity Four Advances To Grand Finals At NCAAs
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. - The women's varsity four advanced to the Grand Finals of the NCAA Championships on Saturday, putting the Huskies in position for a gold medal. [Read More]

Washington State Rowing Completes Day Two of NCAA Championships
GOLD RIVER, Calif. - Washington State University women's rowing placed fifth in the second semifinal of the second varsity eight in its lone race Saturday at the 2010 NCAA Rowing Championships at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center on Lake Natoma. [Read More]