Washington and Stanford Take Top Spots in Season’s First USRowing Collegiate Polls
Washington topped the first USRowing men’s varsity eight poll of the season, while Stanford took the top spot in lightweight women’s eight poll. The first lightweight men’s eight poll will be released next week.
Washington topped the first USRowing men’s varsity eight poll of the season, while Stanford took the top spot in the lightweight women’s eight poll. The first lightweight men’s eight poll will be released next week.
Washington received 11 of 12 first-place votes to take the top spot in the men’s varsity eight poll. Brown University ranked second, followed by California, Harvard and Princeton. Harvard received the other first-place vote.
Stanford earned the No. 1 spot in the lightweight women’s eight poll, receiving five of seven first-place votes. Harvard-Radcliffe received the other two first-place votes and ranked second. Princeton, Bucknell and Georgetown rounded out the top five.
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Men’s Varsity Eight
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points
1. University of Washington (11) 239
2. Brown University 222
3. University of California 218
4. Harvard University (1) 217
5. Princeton University 192
6. Northeastern University 168
7. Yale University 162
8. University of Wisconsin 152
9. Stanford University 133
10. United States Naval Academy 122
11. Cornell University 119
12. University of Pennsylvania 100
13. Boston University 97
14. Syracuse University 88
15. Columbia University 72
16. Georgetown University 57
17. Dartmouth College 38
18. George Washington University 26
19. Gonzaga University 18
20. Florida Institute of Technology 13
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Oregon State University 10, University of Virginia 7, Drexel University 6, Trinity College 3, University of Michigan 3, College of the Holy Cross 2.
(This week’s men’s varsity eight voters: Topher Bordeau, Mike Callahan, Chris Clark, Paul Cooke, Dan Gehn, Steve Gladstone, Greg Hughes, Greg Myhr, Todd Pearson, John Pojednic, Steve Todd, Mike Zimmer)
Lightweight Women’s Varsity Eight
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points
1. Stanford University (5) 138
2. Harvard-Radcliffe (2) 132
3. Princeton University 126
4. Bucknell University 113
5. Georgetown University 108
6. University of Wisconsin 99
7. Boston University 96
8. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 88
9t. University of Buffalo 72
9t. University of Massachusetts 72
11. University of Tulsa 69
12. Fordham University 56
13. Lafayette University 32
14. Washington State University 28
15. Stetson University 23
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: University of California 22, Purdue University 8, Lehigh University 7.
(This week’s women’s lightweight eight voters: Al Acosta, Michiel Bartman, Ted Bonanno, Claire Martin-Doyle, Kevin Harris, Paul Rassam, Dan Wolleben)