May 3, 2000
PULLMAN, Wash. - The Washington State women's rowing team remained at No. 16 for the third straight week in the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA)/US Rowing National Collegiate Coaches Poll, announced Wednesday. The Pac-10 continued its domination of the poll with five teams among the top 16. Washington remained atop the poll, capturing 12 of 18 first place votes. The Cougars face Washington in Varsity four action only Saturday at the Opening Day Regatta in Seattle.
Brown garnered the remaining six first place votes to hold on to second, while Princeton was third. California edged up one spot to a fourth place tie with Radcliffe. USC fell three places to No. 12, while No. 15 Oregon State and No. 16 WSU remained unchanged.
Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association/US Rowing National Collegiate Coaches Poll
|Team (1st-Place Votes)||Points||Last Week's Ranking|
|9. Michigan State||201||8|
|10. Boston U.||194||10|
|13. Ohio State||152||14|
|15. Oregon State||114||15|
|16. Washington State||79||16|
Others receiving votes: Sacramento State 21, Kansas 15, Cornell 12, San Diego State 7, North Carolina 4, Massachusetts 3, Clemson 2, Stanford 1, Tulsa 1.