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USRowing Collegiate Poll
March 30, 2011

University of Washington earned the top spot in this year’s first USRowing men’s varsity eight poll, while Princeton University topped both the women's and men’s lightweight eight polls, respectively.

Washington earned nine first-place votes to take the top spot in this week’s men’s varsity eight poll. University of California ranked second, earning the remaining three first-place votes. Harvard University, Princeton University and Brown University rounded out the top five.

Princeton was the unanimous choice for the top spot in the women’s lightweight eight poll, earning all seven first-place votes. Stanford University ranked second, followed by the University of Wisconsin. Radcliffe and Georgetown University rounded out the top five.

Princeton took the top spot in the men’s lightweight poll, receiving nine of 11 first-place votes. Harvard and Cornell University ranked second and third, respectively, each earning one first-place vote. Georgetown University and the United States Naval Academy rounded out the top five.

Men’s Varsity Eight

Team (1st-Place Votes) Points
1. University of Washington (9) 237
2. University of California (3) 230
3. Harvard University 215
4. Princeton University 178
5. Brown University 169
6. Cornell University 161
7. Syracuse University 157
8. Yale University 153
9. University of Wisconsin 151
10. Columbia University 120
11. Stanford University 118
12. Boston University 115
13. United States Naval Academy 96
14. Dartmouth College 85
15. Northeastern University 82
16. University of Pennsylvania 74
17. Oregon State University 48
18. Georgetown University 46
19. George Washington University 20
20. Florida Institute of Technology 16
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Temple University 15, University of California at San Diego 14, University of Virginia 5, University of Michigan 4, Holy Cross 3, Rutgers University 3, Trinity College 2, Bucknell University 1, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

(This week’s men’s varsity eight voters: Craig Amerkhanian, Topher Bordeau, Michael Callahan, Chris Clark, Rick Clothier, Greg Hughes, Tony Johnson, Greg Myhr, Todd Pearson, Dave Reischman, Steve Todd, Mike Zimmer)


Women’s Lightweight Varsity Eight

Team (1st-Place Votes) Points
1. Princeton University (7) 140
2. Stanford University 132
3. University of Wisconsin 124
4. Radcliffe 122
5. Georgetown University 109
6. Bucknell University 103
7. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 90
8. University of Massachusetts 89
9. University of Buffalo 77
10. Stetson University 73
11. Georgia Tech 69
12. Washington State University 63
13. Lafayette University 20
14. University of California 17
15. Michigan State University 15
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Pacific Lutheran University 14, St. Mary’s College 9, Clemson University 7, Long Beach State University 7, University of California at San Diego 7 and University of Florida 6.

(This week’s women’s lightweight eight voters: Ross Beattie, Steve Kish, Kerri Kanaley, Claire Martin-Doyle, Erik Miller, Paul Rassam and Susan Saint Sing)


Men’s Lightweight Varsity Eight

Team (1st-Place Votes) Points
1. Princeton University (9) 199
2. Harvard University (1) 191
3. Cornell University (1) 176
4. Georgetown University 162
5. United States Naval Academy 160
6. Yale University 156
7. University of Delaware 145
8. Columbia University 141
9. Dartmouth College 133
10. University of Pennsylvania 125
11. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 97
12. Marietta College 95
13t. St. Joseph’s University 83
13t. University of Michigan 83
15. Georgia Tech 54
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Mercyhurst College 46, University of California 26, Purdue University 14, Washington State University 13, University of California at Santa Barbara 9, University of California at San Diego 7, Michigan State University 6, Notre Dame University 6, and Orange Coast College 6.

(This week’s men’s lightweight eight voters: Scott Alwin, Nick Baker, Charley Butt, Rob Canavan, Andy Card, Marty Crotty, Chris Kerber, Evans Liolin, Will Oliver, Steve Perry, Dan Roock)

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