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California, Nova Southeastern and Wellesley Top USRowing/CRCA Women’s Collegiate Rowing Poll

by Ed Moran, ed@usrowing.org | Apr 09, 2014
University of California, Nova Southeastern University and Wellesley College earned the top spots in the second regular season USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Division I, II and III Collegiate Rowing Poll presented by Pocock Racing Shells.
University of California, Nova Southeastern University and Wellesley College earned the top spots in the second regular season USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Division I, II and III Collegiate Rowing Poll presented by Pocock Racing Shells.

Cal held its first place ranking from last week, earning 18 first-place votes and 469 total points in the Division I poll. The Ohio State University took the No. 2 spot with three first-place votes and 431 total points and the University of Virginia took the No. 3 spot with two first place votes and 429 total points.

Nova Southeastern also retained the top spot in the Division II poll with all five first-place votes and 200 total points, while Western Washington University moved up to the No. 2 spot with 161 total points. Barry University claimed the No. 3 spot with 132 total points.

In the Division III poll, Wellesley moved to the top with four first-place votes and 143 total points. William Smith College claimed the No. 2 spot with 132 total points and Bates College took the No. 3 spot with three first-place votes and 126 total points.

Trinity College received two first-place votes and the No. 4 spot with 124 total points. Williams College earned one first-place vote and took No. 5 with 119 total points.

Women’s NCAA Division I Team Rankings
Team (1st-Place Votes), Total Votes, Previous Week Ranking


1. University of California (18), 469, 1
2. The Ohio State University (3), 431, 2
3. University of Virginia (2), 429, 3
4. University of Southern California, 413, 4
5. University of Washington, 390, 6
6. Brown University, 375, 5
7. Stanford University, 354, 11
8. Princeton University, 347, 7
9. University of Notre Dame, 276, 8
10. University of Michigan 258, 9t
11. Yale University, 246, 9t
12. Washington State University, 233, 14
13. University of California, Los Angeles, 177, 12
14. Harvard-Radcliffe University, 172, 13
15. University of Wisconsin, 111, 16
16. Syracuse University, 99, 18
17. Clemson University, 97, 15
18. Cornell University, 95, 19
19. University of Louisville, 87, 17
20. University of San Diego, 75, NR
                        

Other Receiving Votes: Oregon State University 60, Gonzaga University 10, Dartmouth College 9, University of Iowa 6, University of Pennsylvania 6, Michigan State University 5, Northeastern University 5, United States Naval Academy 4, Duke University 3, University of Oklahoma 3, Indiana University 2, University of Minnesota 2, University of Texas 1.      

Women’s NCAA Division II Rankings
Team (1st-Place Votes), Total Votes, Previous Week Ranking    

    
1. Nova Southeastern University (5), 200, 1
2. Western Washington University, 161, 3
3. Barry University, 132, 2
4. Humboldt State University, 107, 4
5t. University of California, San Diego, 97, 5
5t. University of Central Oklahoma, 97, 6
7. Mercyhurst University, 42, 7
8. Florida Institute of Technology, 38, NR
            
Other Receiving Votes:  Philadelphia University 25, Seattle Pacific University 7.    

Women’s NCAA Division III Rankings
Team (1st-Place Votes), Total Votes, Previous Week Ranking

1. Wellesley College (4), 143, 5
2. William Smith College, 132, 3
3. Bates College, (3) 126, 2
4. Trinity College, (2) 124, 4
5. Williams College, (1) 119, 1
6. Wesleyan University, 101, 6
7. Ithaca College, 85,    7
8. Washington College, 62, 9
9. Marietta College, 57, 10
10. WPI, 55, 8
11. Tufts University, 49, 15
12. University of Rochester, 37, 11
13. University of Puget Sound, 26, 13
14. St. Lawrence University, 18, 12
15. Rochester Institute of Technology, 12, NR

Other Receiving Votes: Colby College 11, Lewis and Clark College 11, Smith College 11, Simmons College 7, Hamilton College 6, United States Coast Guard Academy 4, Mount Holyoke College 2, Pacific Lutheran University 2.

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