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Harvard, Yale and Stanford Continue to Top USRowing Collegiate Poll

by Ed Moran, ed@usrowing.org | Apr 09, 2014
Harvard University’s men’s varsity eight topped the second regular season USRowing collegiate poll, while Yale University’s lightweight men’s eight and Stanford University’s lightweight women’s eight ranked No. 1 in the lightweight polls.

Harvard University’s men’s varsity eight topped the second regular season USRowing collegiate poll, while Yale University’s lightweight men’s eight and Stanford University’s lightweight women’s eight ranked No. 1 in the lightweight polls.

Harvard held its position from last week with five first-place votes and 279 total points. University of California held the No. 2 spot with four first-place votes and 268 total points, followed by No. 3, University of Washington, with five first-place votes and 265 total points. Princeton University earned one first-place vote and was ranked in the No. 4 spot with 221 total points.

In the lightweight men’s eight poll, Yale also held the top ranking with five first-place votes and 173 total points, followed by Columbia University in the No. 2 spot with three first place votes and 172 total points. Cornell University took the No. 3 spot with 161 total points.

Stanford continued to lead the lightweight women’s eight poll with four first-place votes and 137 total points. Harvard-Radcliffe earned the No. 2 spot with three first-place votes and 136 total points and Princeton followed in the No. 3 spot with 120 total points.

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


1. Harvard University (5), 279, 1
2. University of California (4), 268, 2
3. University of Washington (5), 265, 3
4. Princeton University (1), 221, 4
5. Yale University, 216, 5
6. Brown University, 193, 6
7. Northeastern University, 178, 10
8. United States Naval Academy, 174, 12
9. University of Pennsylvania, 170, 7
10t. Boston University, 158, 9
10t. Cornell University, 158, 13
12. Stanford University, 134, 8
13. University of Wisconsin, 120, 11
14. Columbia University, 103, 16
15. George Washington University, 91, 17
16. Syracuse University, 58, 14
17. Dartmouth College, 55, 15
18. Oregon State University, 54, 18
19. Drexel University, 28, 19
20. University of California, San Diego, 25, NR

Not ranked but received votes: University of San Diego 18, Purdue University 17, Florida Institute of Technology 8, University of Michigan 4, Gonzaga University 2, Grand Valley State University 2.

(This week’s men’s eight voters: Craig Amerkhanian, Topher Bordeau, Mike Callahan, Chris Clark, Paul Cooke, Mark Davis, Robert Friedrich, Dan Gehn, Steve Gladstone, Greg Hughes, Greg Myhr, Todd Pearson, John Pojednic, Steve Todd.

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

1. Yale University (5), 173, 1
2. Columbia University (3), 172, 7
3. Cornell University, 161, 5
4. Harvard University, 149, 3
5. Princeton University, 128, 4
6. United States Naval Academy, 127, 12
7. University of Delaware, 119, 8
8. Dartmouth College, 112, 6
9. University of Pennsylvania, 111, 10
10t. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 106, 9
10t. Georgetown University, 106, 11
12. Mercyhurst University, 96, 12
13. Purdue University, 73, 15
14. University of California, Santa Barbara, 48, 14
15. Georgia Institute of Technology, 42, NR

Not ranked but received votes: San Diego State University 19, Fordham University 16, Boston College 12, St. Joseph’s University 10.

(This week’s lightweight men’s eight voters: Shawn Bagnall, Nick Baker, Michiel Bartman, Ted Bonanno, Andy Card, Chuck Crawford, Marty Crotty, Sean Healey, Chris Kerber, Nich Parker.

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

1. Stanford University (4), 137, 1
2. Harvard-Radcliffe (3), 136, 2
3. Princeton University, 120, 4
4. Boston University, 112, 5
5. Bucknell University, 109, 6
6. University of Wisconsin, 105. 3
7. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 104, 8
8. Georgetown University, 90, 7
9. University of Tulsa, 89, 9
10. University of Massachusetts, 61, 10
11. Fordham University, 50, 11
12t. Purdue University, 46, 13
12t. Washington State University, 46, 12
14. University of California, Irvine, 40, NR
15. University of California, 30, 14

Not ranked but received votes: Temple University 14.

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


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