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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Cougar Rowing Ranked in First Poll of the Season
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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 03/28/2014
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PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University women's rowing is ranked 14th in the first USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Division I Poll presented by Pocock Racing Shells, the organizations announced.

Six of the Pac-12's seven rowing squads are ranked in the top-20 poll. California is ranked second with 459 votes followed by Washington in fourth with 371 votes, USC in sixth with 358 votes, UCLA in 10th with 271 votes, and Stanford in 13th with 244 votes. Oregon State received three votes. The defending national champion, Ohio State, is ranked first in the poll with 460 votes.

The 2014 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships will take place May 30-June 1, at Eagle Creek Park at Indianapolis.

The Cougars compete in their second regatta of the spring season, Saturday and Sunday, April 5 and 6, at the San Diego Crew Classic.
 
Women’s NCAA Division I Rankings
Rank Team (First Place Votes) Votes
1. Ohio State (13), 460
2. California (2), 459
3. Virginia (10), 452
4. Washington, 371
5. Princeton, 360
6. USC, 358
7. Yale, 347
8. Notre Dame, 324
9. Brown, 272
10. UCLA, 271
11. Harvard, 257
12. Michigan, 254
13. Stanford, 244
14. Washington State, 151
15. Wisconsin, 127
16. Louisville, 110
17. Cornell, 108
18. Clemson, 103
19. Syracuse, 91
20. Duke, 28

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