Montia Rice, 1st year
- Team - 2nd at NCAAs
- Varsity 8 - 2nd at Vails, 2nd at NCAAs
- Varsity 4 - 2nd at Vails, 2nd at NCAAs
Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 3
2017 Seniors - 3
"This season has the making to be very exciting for UCO rowing. We currently have one of the most talented groups of athletes that the program has produced. This year, the team is very young with the majority being freshman or sophomores. Despite our youth, we have great leadership from the upperclassmen. The team as a whole has the greatest focus we have seen. They know as they are continually being pushed that they are on the verge of having a great year!"
-Head Coach Montia Rice
Andrew Derrick, 5th year
- Team - 4th at NCAAs
- Varsity 8 - 4th at NCAAs
- Varsity 4 - 3rd at NCAAs
Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 6
2016 Seniors - 7
"While most years come with a great deal of potential, this one stands out. We have the ability to follow up our programs first team bid to NCAAs in 2015 with an even stronger finish this year, but we are not expecting that to be easy. The top of DII continues to significantly raise the bar on itself every year and we are proud to be a part of it while looking to find a way to continue to move up the ranks. Led by our largest senior class to date, the potential is there to have a very special year. On the flip side, with a very small sophomore and junior class, we have a lot of very young athletes in key spots that will have to learn quickly and help the seniors leave their mark on the program.
"Our racing schedule is very competitive and diverse with great opportunities all over the country. We will travel to Florida for FIRAs, Philadelphia for Vails, and Seattle for Western Washington to complete the bulk of our Divisional Racing. We will also face tough DI competition in SMU (twice), Tulsa, and while hosting Creighton on the Oklahoma River. All of this as well as some more regional racing and a great Spring training trip in the hopes of earning another team trip to NCAAs in Sacramento."
-Head Coach Andrew Derrick
Andrew Derrick, 4th year
- Varsity 8 - 3rd at SDCC, 6th at SIRA, 6th at NCAAs
- Varsity 4 - 2nd at SDCC
Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 8
2015 Seniors - 6
"This is an exciting year for rowing here at UCO. With the completion of the 7.1 Million Dollar CHK Central Boathouse right downtown in March and probably the best team, top to bottom, we have ever had, we truly think this could be a breakthrough year for us. We are still chasing our first team bid to NCAAs after having to settle for the at large 8+ the past three years. We are also looking to improve upon results once we get there, if we are fortunate enough to qualify again. To help with that goal we have a great schedule this year with several changes from years past giving us opportunities to race the perennially strong DII teams as well as some challenging DI opponents we were able to schedule."
-Head Coach Andrew Derrick
Andrew Derrick, 3rd year
- Varsity 8 - Won SDCC, 5th at NCAAs
- Varsity 4 - 6-1 DII and 4-0 region record
Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 5
2014 Seniors - 2
"We lost a lot of seniors from last year, but the team is working harder than ever and starting to understand the work required to improve our end of the year results. I am excited to see what this small but dedicated group is capable of. We have another great Spring racing schedule. With a return to Florida for Spring training and an early season chance to go up against Nova Southeastern, we will see right away where we stack up against the reigning DII champs. The team will also return to San Diego, trying to defend our 2013 win and travel to Oak Ridge to try to improve our SIRA results from last year. Once again our finals week conflicts with Dad Vails, but both Seattle Pacific and Western Washington come to OKC the weekend before NCAA Selection and give us a great late season strength of schedule."
-Head Coach Andrew Derrick
Andy Derrick, 2nd year
- Team - 5th at NCAAs
- Varsity 8 - 2nd at SDCC, 3rd at Dad Vails
- Varsity 4 - 7th at SIRA, 4th at Dad Vails
Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 7
2013 Seniors - 5
"We are coming off our most successful season yet, but the athletes are starting to understand that we have just scratched the surface of their potential and they are capable of much more than we have shown to date. We return the majority of our athletes from the NCAA boats, but there will be a lot of shuffling around of personnel, as some have made big improvements over the last year.
"The team also has a great schedule to look forward to with trips to both coasts including a ten day training/ racing trip to Florida and taking both our V8+ and V4+ to the SDCC. Other competitions include the University of Oklahoma Invitation against a strong all DI field, SIRAs, and hosting our first Division II opponent when Seattle Pacific comes to OKC May 18th."
-Head Coach Andy Derrick
- UCO Set To Meet Sooners thanks to Andy Derrick
- UCO: Bronchos Fare Well In Tennessee thanks to Travis Hall
- UCO: Bronchos Meet Defending Champs In Florida thanks to Travis Hall
- Central Oklahoma: Bronchos Host Seattle Pacific Saturday thanks to Travis Hall
- UCO Ready For Florida Duels thanks to Travis Hall
- Central Oklahoma: Bronchos In Florida For Training thanks to Travis Hall
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