April 30, 2003

April 30, 2003
Women’s NCAA Division I Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1. University of Washington (21) 455 2
2. University of California at Berkeley 427 1
3. Brown University (1) 399 8
4. Stanford University (1) 374 4
5. Harvard University 361 3
6. Princeton University 345 5
7. University of Michigan 333 6
8. University of Southern California 306 7
9. Yale University 280 9
10. Michigan State University 243 10
11. The Ohio State University 216 11
12. University of Virginia 213 13
13. Washington State University 200 12
14. Oregon State University 153 14
15. Syracuse University 120 16
16. University of Iowa 99 17
17. University of Texas 97 19
18. University of Tennessee 67 20
19. Boston University 56 18
20. Cornell University 40 15

Others receiving votes: Columbia University 32, Duke University 5, University of Minnesota 3, University of Notre Dame 3, Dartmouth College 2, and University of Massachusetts 1.


 

Women’s NCAA Division II Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1. University of California at Davis (4) 20 1
2t. Florida Tech 13 3
2t. Western Washington University 13 2
4. Rollins College 6 4
5. University of California at San Diego 4 5

Others receiving votes: Barry University 2 and Humboldt State University 2.


 

Women’s NCAA Division III Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1. Wellesley College (1) 167 4
2. Washington College (5) 159 8
3t. Ithaca College (1) 156 2
3t. United States Coast Guard Academy 156 7
5. Colby College (2) 155 3
6. Bates College 139 5
7. Connecticut College 117 12
8. Williams College 116 1
9. Trinity College 99 6
10t. Rochester Institute of Technology 84 11
10t. William Smith College 84 9
12. Worcester Polytechnic Institute 79 10
13. Smith College 73 13t
14. Vassar College 71 17
15. University of Puget Sound 56 15
16. Pacific Lutheran University 53 18
17. Tufts University 43 13t
18. Mt. Holyoke College 8 16
19. Wesleyan University 20 19
20. Willamette University 18 20

Others receiving votes: Mary Washington College 3, Hamilton College 2, Marietta College 1, and Simmons College 1.