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Washington, Cornell and Harvard-Radcliffe Top USRowing Collegiate Poll

by Ed Moran, ed@usrowing.org | May 21, 2014
University of Washington’s men’s varsity eight finished on top of the final regular season USRowing collegiate poll, while Cornell University and Harvard-Radcliffe University remained the leaders in the lightweight men’s and lightweight women’s eights polls.
University of Washington’s men’s varsity eight finished on top of the final regular season USRowing collegiate poll, while Cornell University and Harvard-Radcliffe University remained the leaders in the lightweight men’s and lightweight women’s eights polls.

Washington earned all 11 first-place votes in the men’s eight poll to take No. 1, while University of California stayed at No. 2. Harvard University moved onto No. 3, and Brown University and Princeton University rounded out the top five.

In the lightweight men’s eight poll, Cornell earned ten first-place votes to finish on top, while Yale University earned one first place vote and took the No. 2 spot. Princeton stayed at No. 3 and Columbia University and Harvard rounded out the top five.
 
Harvard-Radcliffe had eight first-place votes to lead the lightweight women’s eight poll. Stanford University earned one first place vote and stayed in the No. 2 spot with the University of Wisconsin in No. 3. Princeton and Boston University rounded out the top five.

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


1. University of Washington (11), 220, 1
2. University of California, 206, 2
3. Harvard University, 201, 4
4. Brown University, 187, 6
5. Princeton University, 176, 5
6. Northeastern University, 165, 10
7. Boston University, 153, 9
8. Yale University, 144, 3
9. Cornell University, 129, 8
10. University of Wisconsin, 120, 16
11. Columbia University, 106, 11
12. United States Naval Academy, 96, 7
13. Stanford University, 88, 12
14. University of Pennsylvania, 80, 13
15. Oregon State University, 59, 14
16. Dartmouth College, 58, 17
17. George Washington University, 48, 15
18. Syracuse University, 31, 18
19. Hobart College, 17, 20
20. Florida Institute of Technology, 12, 19

Others Receiving Votes: College of the Holy Cross 3, University of Delaware 2, University of Michigan 2.

(This week’s men’s eight voters: Scott Alwin, Topher Bordeau, Michael Callahan, Chris Clark, Paul Cooke, Mark Davis, 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. Cornell University (10), 200, 1
2. Yale University, (1) 191, 4
3. Princeton University, 182, 3
4. Columbia University, 173, 2
5. Harvard University, 164, 5
6. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 154, 6
7. Dartmouth College, 144, 9
8. University of Delaware, 139, 7
9. United States Naval Academy, 129, 8
10.University of Pennsylvania, 128, 10
11. Purdue University, 114, 11
12t. Georgetown University, 92, 13
12t. Mercyhurst University, 92, 12
14. Georgia Institute of Technology, 76, 14
15. Fordham University, 63, NR

Others Receiving Votes: University of California, Santa Barbara, 62,  
San Diego State University 6.

(This week’s lightweight men’s eight voters: Shawn Bagnall, Michiel Bartman, Ted Bonanno, Rob Canavan, Andy Card, Chuck Crawford, Marty Crotty, Sean Healey, Chris Kerber, Will Oliver, Nich Lee Parker.)

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


1. Harvard-Radcliffe University (8), 179, 1
2. Stanford University, (1) 171, 2
3. University of Wisconsin, 160, 3
4. Princeton University, 152, 4
5. Boston University, 145, 5
6. Bucknell University, 134, 6
7. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 130, 7
8. University of Tulsa, 117, 8
9. Georgetown University, 97, 9
10. Washington State University, 62, 10
11. Fordham University, 55, 11t
12. Purdue University, 52, 11t
13t. University of California, Irvine, 50, 13
13t. University of Massachusetts, 50, NR
15. Lafayette College, 31, 15

Others Receiving Votes: University of California 20, Oklahoma City University 16, Grand Valley State University 7, Temple 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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