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Harvard, Yale and Stanford Top USRowing Collegiate Poll

by Ed Moran, ed@usrowing.org | Apr 02, 2014
Harvard University men’s varsity eight topped the first regular season USRowing collegiate poll, while Yale University’s lightweight men’s eight and Stanford University lightweight women’s eight ranked No. 1 in the lightweight polls.
Harvard University men’s varsity eight topped the first regular season USRowing collegiate poll, while Yale University’s lightweight men’s eight and Stanford University lightweight women’s eight ranked No. 1 in the lightweight polls.

With nine first-place votes and 236 total points, Harvard held the No. 1 spot for the men’s varsity eight poll. University of California took the No. 2 spot with 223 points, and the University of Washington claimed the No. 3 spot with three first-place votes and 221 total points.

In the lightweight men’s poll, Yale earned six first-place votes and is ranked first with a total of 158 points. Princeton University finished in the No. 2 position with two first-place votes and 153 total points, followed by Harvard in the No. 3 spot with one first-place vote and 144 total points.

Stanford led the lightweight women’s poll with six first-place votes. Harvard-Radcliffe had three first-place votes and 155 points total to claim the No. 2 spot, and the University of Wisconsin earned the No. 3 spot with 142 points.

Men’s Varsity Eight
Team (1st-Place Votes), Total Points, Previous Week Ranking


1. Harvard University (9), 236, 1
2. University of California, 223, 3
3. University of Washington (3), 221, 6
4. Princeton University, 196, 4
5. Yale University, 182, 5
6. Brown University, 168, 7
7. University of Pennsylvania, 158, 12t
8. Stanford University, 144, 10
9. Boston University, 143, 8
10. Northeastern University, 141, 2
11. University of Wisconsin, 115, 11
12. United States Naval Academy, 114, 9
13. Cornell University, 112, 12t
14. Syracuse University, 103, 14
15. Dartmouth College, 59, 15
16. Columbia University, 58, 16
17. George Washington University, 52, 17
18. Oregon State University, 35, 18
19. Drexel University, 22, 19
20. Georgetown University, 16, NR



Not ranked but received votes: Florida Institute of Technology 7, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 7, Michigan State University 5, University of Michigan 5, Temple University 4, University of California, San Diego 3, Williams College 3, Trinity College 2, College of the Holy Cross 1.

(This week’s men’s eight voters: Topher Bordeau, Mike Callahan, Chris Clark, Paul Cooke, Brooks Dagman, Robert Friedrich, Dan Gehn, Steve Gladstone, Greg Hughes, Greg Myhr, Todd Pearson, Steve Todd)

Lightweight Men’s Varsity Eight
Team (1st-Place Votes), Total Points, Previous Week Ranking


1. Yale University (6), 158, 2
2. Princeton University (2), 153, 3
3. Harvard University (1), 144, 1
4. United States Naval Academy, 134, 8
5. Cornell University, 133, 4
6. Dartmouth College, 125, 6
7. Columbia University, 123, 5
8. University of Delaware, 115, 9
9. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 103, 7
10. University of Pennsylvania, 102, 10
11. Georgetown University, 90, 11
12. Mercyhurst College, 85, 12
13. Fordham University, 80, 13
14. University of California, Santa Barbara, 46, 14
15. Purdue University, 44, 15

Not ranked but received votes:
Boston College 20, University of California, San Diego 13, Georgia Institute of Technology 9, Orange Coast College 6, Michigan State University 6, St. Joseph’s University 10, San Diego State University 35.

(This week’s lightweight men’s eight voters: Michiel Bartman, Nick Baker, Ted Bonanno, Andy Card, Chuck Crawford, Marty Crotty, Sean Healey, Will Oliver, Nich Parker)

Lightweight Women’s Varsity Eight
Team (1st-Place Votes), Total Points, Previous Week Ranking


1. Stanford University (6), 158, 1
2. Harvard-Radcliffe (3), 155, 3
3. University of Wisconsin, 142, 2
4. Princeton University, 134, 4
5. Boston University, 125, 5
6. Bucknell University, 123, 6
7. Georgetown University, 110, 7
8. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 98, 8
9. University of Tulsa, 88, 9
10. University of Massachusetts, 69, 10
11. Fordham University, 64, 11
12. Washington State University, 52, 13
13. Purdue University, 30, 15
14. University of California, 28, 14 
15. Temple University 15, NR

Not ranked but received votes: Lafayette University 9, Oklahoma City University 7.

(This week’s lightweight women’s eight voters: Al Acosta, Heather Barney, Lou Berl, Ted Bonanno, Malcolm Doldron, Claire Martin-Doyle, Rodney Mott, Paul Rassam, Lisa Schlenker)

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