June 11, 2008

Following its victory at the NCAA Championships, Yale University claimed the top spot in the final USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association NCAA Division I Varsity Eight Coaches Poll.

California received all 25 first-place votes to top the final poll. Stanford University, Brown University, University of California and University of Washington rounded out the top five.

Women’s NCAA Division I Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Yale University (25) 500 3
2. Stanford University 475 5
3. Brown University 450 2
4. University of California 425 1
5. University of Washington 400 14
6. Michigan State University 375 6
7. Harvard University 350 7
8. University of Virginia 325 4
9. Washington State University 300 9
10. University of Southern California 275 11
11. University of Michigan 250 10
12. Princeton University 225 8
13. University of Wisconsin 200 13
14. Clemson University 175 12
15. The Ohio State University 150 16
16. University of Tennessee 125 15
17. Oregon State University 89 17
18. Notre Dame University 57 18
19. University of Pennsylvania 42 19
20. University of Minnesota 17 20
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Dartmouth College 15, University of California at Los Angeles 9, Boston University 8 and Bucknell University 3.

May 21, 2008

University of California claimed the top spot in this week’s USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association NCAA Division I Varsity Eight Coaches Poll, while Western Washington University topped the Division II poll.

California received 19 of 25 first-place votes to top the final Division I regular season poll. Brown University garnered the remaining six first-place votes to remain in second position, while Yale University, University of Virginia and Stanford University rounded out the top five.

For the 10th consecutive week, Western Washington was the unanimous choice for the top spot in the Division II poll, receiving all four first-place votes. Dowling College ranked second, while Mercyhurst College ranked third.

The final Division III regular season poll was last week.

Women’s NCAA Division I Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. University of California (19) 489 1
2. Brown University (6) 480 2
3. Yale University 446 3
4. University of Virginia 418 9
5. Stanford University 378 10
6. Michigan State University 372 5
7. Harvard University 348 8
8. Princeton University 307 7
9. Washington State University 304 4
10. University of Michigan 287 13
11. University of Southern California 245 12
12. Clemson University 241 17
13. University of Wisconsin 187 NR
14. University of Washington 173 15
15. University of Tennessee 159 6
16. The Ohio State University 111 11
17. Oregon State University 107 14
18. Notre Dame University 70 18
19. University of Pennsylvania 59 NR
20. University of Minnesota 22 16
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Boston University 19, Dartmouth College 15, University of California at Los Angeles 9, Bucknell University 3 and Northeastern University 1.

Womens NCAA Division II Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Western Washington University (4) 20 1
2. Dowling College 16 2
3. Mercyhurst College 11 3
4. University of California at San Diego 7 NR
5. Philadelphia University 6 5

May 14, 2008

University of California claimed the top spot in this week’s USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association NCAA Division I Varsity Eight Coaches Poll, while Western Washington University and Williams College topped the Division II and III polls, respectively.

For the second week in a row, California received 19 of 25 first-place votes to take the top spot in this week’s Division I poll. Brown University garnered the remaining six first-place votes to remain in second position, while Yale University, Washington State University and Michigan State University rounded out the top five.

For the ninth consecutive week, Western Washington was the unanimous choice for the top spot in the Division II poll, receiving all five first-place votes. Dowling College ranked second, while Mercyhurst College ranked third.

Williams College received all eight first-place votes to earn the top spot in the Division III poll. Trinity College ranked second, followed by Bates College, Ithaca College and University of Puget Sound.

Women’s NCAA Division I Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. University of California (19) 489 1
2. Brown University (6) 462 2
3. Yale University 436 3
4. Washington State University 413 4
5. Michigan State University 384 5
6. University of Tennessee 370 6
7. Princeton University 360 7
8. Harvard University 323 8
9. University of Virginia 310 9
10. Stanford University 291 10
11. The Ohio State University 244 11
12. University of Southern California 219 12
13. University of Michigan 191 13
14. Oregon State University 184 14
15. University of Washington 159 15
16. University of Minnesota 102 16
17. Clemson University 90 17
18. Notre Dame University 87 18
19. Dartmouth College 63 19
20. University of California at Los Angeles 23 20
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Northeastern University 17, University of Wisconsin 16, University of Louisville 11, Gonzaga University 4 and Bucknell University 2.

Women’s NCAA Division II Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Western Washington University (5) 25 1
2. Dowling College 20 2
3. Mercyhurst College 13 3
4. Philadelphia University 8 4
5. Seattle Pacific University 5 NR
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Nova Southeastern 2 and University of California at San Diego 2.

Women’s NCAA Division III Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Williams College (8) 160 2
2. Trinity College 152 1
3. Bates College 139 3
4. Ithaca College 131 4t
5. University of Puget Sound 129 4t
6. St. Lawrence University 123 6
7. United States Coast Guard Academy 114 7
8. William Smith College 104 9
9. Smith College 85 13
10. Skidmore College 83 NR
11. Tufts University 76 8
12. Washington College 67 12
13. Mt. Holyoke College 52 11
14. University of Mary Washington 46 NR
15. Willamette University 33 NR
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Wesleyan College 30, Hamilton College 18, Simmons College 12 and Wellesley College 6.

May 7, 2008

University of California claimed the top spot in this week’s USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association NCAA Division I Varsity Eight Coaches Poll, while Western Washington University and Trinity College topped the Division II and III polls, respectively.

California received 19 of 25 first-place votes to move into the top spot in this week’s Division I poll. Brown University garnered the remaining six first-place votes to take second position, while Yale University, Washington State University and Michigan State University rounded out the top five.

For the eighth consecutive week, Western Washington was the unanimous choice for the top spot in the Division II poll, receiving all five first-place votes. Dowling College ranked second, while Mercyhurst College ranked third.

Trinity College received all eight first-place votes to earn the top spot in the Division III poll. Williams College ranked second, followed by Bates College in third. Ithaca College and University of Puget Sound tied for fourth position.
Women’s NCAA Division I Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. University of California (19) 489 2
2. Brown University (6) 461 10
3. Yale University 434 1
4. Washington State University 416 3
5. Michigan State University 375 6
6. University of Tennessee 374 4
7. Princeton University 364 5
8. Harvard University 324 7t
9. University of Virginia 310 7t
10. Stanford University 290 9
11. The Ohio State University 237 14
12. University of Southern California 217 12
13. University of Michigan 195 11
14. Oregon State University 190 13
15. University of Washington 159 15
16. University of Minnesota 102 16
17. Clemson University 90 17t
18. Notre Dame University 85 17t
19. Dartmouth College 68 17t
20. University of California at Los Angeles 25 20
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Northeastern University 16, University of Wisconsin 12, University of Louisville 11, Gonzaga University 4 and Bucknell University 2.

Women’s NCAA Division II Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Western Washington University (5) 25 1
2. Dowling College 20 2
3. Mercyhurst College 14 3
4. Philadelphia University 10 4
5. Nova Southeastern 4 5
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Seattle Pacific University 2.

Women’s NCAA Division III Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Trinity College (8) 160 1
2. Williams College 152 2
3. Bates College 142 3
4t. Ithaca College 124 8
4t. University of Puget Sound 124 6
6. St. Lawrence University 114 5
7. United States Coast Guard Academy 109 4
8. Tufts University 100 9
9. William Smith College 94 7
10. Wesleyan College 88 11
11. Mt. Holyoke College 78 10
12. Washington College 69 14
13. Smith College 64 15
14. Wellesley College 42 12
15. Simmons College 40 13
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Willamette University 27, Skidmore College 15, University of Mary Washington 9, Colby College 6 and Hamilton College 3.

April 30, 2008

Yale University claimed the top spot in this week’s USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association NCAA Division I Varsity Eight Coaches Poll, while Western Washington University and Trinity College topped the Division II and III polls, respectively.

Yale earned 13 of 22 first-place votes to top this week’s Division I poll. California dropped to second position, receiving the remaining nine first-place votes. Washington State ranked third, followed by Tennessee and Princeton.

For the seventh consecutive week, Western Washington was a unanimous choice for the top spot in the Division II poll, receiving all four first-place votes. Dowling College ranked second, while Mercyhurst College ranked third.

For the second week in a row, Trinity College received six of nine first-place votes to earn the top spot in the Division III poll. Williams College received the other three first-place votes to rank second. Bates College, The United States Coast Guard Academy and St. Lawrence University rounded out the top five.

Women’s NCAA Division I Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Yale University (13) 431 2
2. University of California (9) 427 1
3. Washington State University 359 4
4. University of Tennessee 348 5
5. Princeton University 335 7
6. Michigan State University 319 6
7t. Harvard University 300 12
7t. University of Virginia 300 3
9. Stanford University 268 8
10. Brown University 257 10
11. University of Michigan 245 9
12. University of Southern California 192 11
13. Oregon State University 159 14
14. The Ohio State University 153 13
15. University of Washington 152 15
16. University of Minnesota 93 16
17t. Clemson University 72 17
17t. Dartmouth College 72 19
17t. Notre Dame University 72 18
20. University of California at Los Angeles 29 20
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Northeastern University 24, University of Louisville 10, Bucknell University 1, Gonzaga University 1 and University of Wisconsin 1.

Women’s NCAA Division II Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Western Washington University (4) 20 1
2. Dowling College 16 2
3. Mercyhurst College 12 5
4. Philadelphia University 8 3
5. Nova Southeastern 4 4

Women’s NCAA Division III Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Trinity College (6) 177 1
2. Williams College (3) 174 2
3. Bates College 160 3
4. United States Coast Guard Academy 143 4
5. St. Lawrence University 138 5
6. University of Puget Sound 135 7
7. William Smith College 121 8
8. Ithaca College 116 6
9. Tufts University 106 11t
10. Mt. Holyoke College 102 9
11. Wesleyan College 79 10
12. Wellesley College 78 11t
13. Simmons College 70 NR
14. Washington College 69 14
15. Smith College 57 13
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: University of Mary Washington 24 and Colby College 6.

April 23, 2008

The University of California at Berkeley claimed the top spot in this week’s USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association NCAA Division I Varsity Eight Coaches Poll, while Western Washington University and Trinity College topped the Division II and III polls, respectively.

California received 18 first-place votes this week to remain atop the Division I poll. Yale garnered six first-place votes to rank second. Virginia ranked third, followed by Washington State and Tennessee.

For the sixth consecutive week, Western Washington was a unanimous choice for the top spot in the Division II poll, receiving all six first-place votes. Dowling College ranked second, while Philadelphia University ranked third.

Trinity College received six of nine first-place votes to take the top spot in the Division III poll. Williams College earned the other three first-place votes to rank second. Bates College, The United States Coast Guard Academy and St. Lawrence University rounded out the top five.

Women’s NCAA Division I Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. University of California (18) 472 1
2. Yale University (6) 446 2
3. University of Virginia 443 3
4. Washington State University 380 5
5. University of Tennessee 354 12
6. Michigan State University 350 7
7. Princeton University 331 4
8. Stanford University 321 10
9. University of Michigan 275 9
10. Brown University 250 11
11. University of Southern California 241 6
12. Harvard University 213 13
13. The Ohio State University 171 14
14. Oregon State University 159 NR
15. University of Washington 137 8
16. University of Minnesota 113 15
17. Clemson University 94 17t
18. Notre Dame University 78 17t
19. Dartmouth College 71 NR
20. University of California at Los Angeles 63 16
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: University of Louisville 30, Northeastern University 26, University of Wisconsin 12, University of Pennsylvania 4, Syracuse University 3, Gonzaga University 2 and Bucknell University 1.
Women’s NCAA Division II Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Western Washington University (6) 30 1
2. Dowling College 24 2
3. Philadelphia University 18 4
4. Nova Southeastern 9 3
5. Mercyhurst College 5 NR
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Barry University 2 and Seattle Pacific University 2.
Women’s NCAA Division III Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Trinity College (6) 177 1t
2. Williams College (3) 174 1t
3. Bates College 148 4
4. United States Coast Guard Academy 147 3
5. St. Lawrence University 145 12
6. Ithaca College 137 5
7. University of Puget Sound 135 6
8. William Smith College 110 11
9. Mt. Holyoke College 106 9
10. Wesleyan College 90 7
11t. Tufts University 88 8
11t. Wellesley College 88 NR
13. Smith College 64 10
14. Washington College 56 14
15. University of Mary Washington 38 NR
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Skidmore College 27, Simmons College 19 and Colby College 6.

April 16, 2008

The University of California at Berkeley claimed the top spot in this week’s USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association NCAA Division I Varsity Eight Coaches Poll, while Western Washington University topped the Division II poll. Trinity College and Williams College tied for the top spot in the Division III poll.

In Division I, California picked up 18 first-place votes to remain atop the poll. Yale garnered six first-place votes to rank second. Virginia ranked third, followed by Princeton and Washington State.

For the fifth consecutive week, Western Washington was a unanimous choice for the top spot in the Division II poll, receiving all six first-place votes. Dowling College ranked second, while Nova Southeastern ranked third.

Trinity and Williams both received five first-place votes to tie for the top spot in the Division III poll. The United States Coast Guard Academy ranked third, followed by Bates College and Ithaca College.

Women’s NCAA Division I Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. University of California (18) 472 1
2. Yale University (6) 446 2
3. University of Virginia 439 3
4. Princeton University 365 6
5. Washington State University 364 8
6. University of Southern California 359 5
7. Michigan State University 346 7
8. University of Washington 320 4
9. University of Michigan 279 15
10. Stanford University 240 10
11. Brown University 239 12
12. University of Tennessee 236 9
13. Harvard University 185 13
14. The Ohio State University 168 11
15. University of Minnesota 142 14
16. University of California at Los Angeles 103 17
17t. Clemson University 95 18
17t. Notre Dame University 95 16
19. Northeastern University 62 20
20. University of Pennsylvania 21 19
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Oregon State University 19, University of Wisconsin 18, Gonzaga University 8, Boston University 6, University of Texas 5, University of Louisville 3, Bucknell University 2, University of Iowa 2 and Cornell University 1.

Women’s NCAA Division II Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Western Washington University (6) 30 1
2. Dowling College 24 2
3. Nova Southeastern 15 3
4. Philadelphia University 11 NR
5. Humboldt State University 8 4
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Barry University 2.

Women’s NCAA Division III Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1t. Trinity College (5) 195 1
1t. Williams College (5) 195 2
3. United States Coast Guard Academy 167 3
4. Bates College 166 4
5. Ithaca College 144 5
6. University of Puget Sound 142 7t
7. Wesleyan College 120 13
8. Tufts University 115 6
9. Mt. Holyoke College 113 9
10. Smith College 108 7t
11. William Smith College 92 10
12. St. Lawrence University 91 NR
13. Colby College 72 11
14. Washington College 68 NR
15. Simmons College 44 NR
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: University of Mary Washington 34, Skidmore College 19, Wellesley College 18, Rochester Institute of Technology 14, Worcester Polytechnic Institute 14, Willamette University 11 and Marietta College 8.

April 9, 2008

The University of California at Berkeley claimed the top spot in this week?s USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association NCAA Division I Varsity Eight Coaches Poll, while Western Washington University and Trinity College topped the Division II and III polls, respectively.

In Division I, California picked up 17 first-place votes to remain atop the poll. Yale garnered eight first-place votes to rank second. Virginia ranked third, followed by Washington and Southern California.

For the fourth consecutive week, Western Washington was a unanimous choice for the top spot in the Division II poll, receiving all six first-place votes. Dowling College ranked second, while Nova Southeastern ranked third.

Trinity College received six of 10 first-place votes to remain atop the Division III poll. Williams College ranked second, followed by the United States Coast Guard Academy, Bates College and Ithaca College. Williams received the remaining four first-place votes.

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Women’s NCAA Division I Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. University of California (17) 491 1
2. Yale University (8) 470 2
3. University of Virginia 454 3
4. University of Washington 410 17
5. University of Southern California 384 4
6. Princeton University 372 5
7. Michigan State University 322 8
8. Washington State University 317 15
9. University of Tennessee 273 7
10. Stanford University 252 6
11. The Ohio State University 249 9
12. Brown University 227 11
13. Harvard University 173 13
14. University of Minnesota 161 12
15. University of Michigan 151 10
16. Notre Dame University 132 14
17. University of California at Los Angeles 122 18
18. Clemson University 109 16
19. University of Pennsylvania 56 20
20. Northeastern University 33 NR
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: University of Texas 29, University of Wisconsin 16, University of Iowa 13, Dartmouth College 10, Gonzaga University 7, Bucknell University 6, University of Louisville 5, University of Central Florida 3, Columbia University 1, Cornell University 1 and United States Naval Academy 1.

Women’s NCAA Division II Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Western Washington University (6) 30 1
2. Dowling College 24 2
3. Nova Southeastern 16 4
4. Humboldt State University 10 NR
5. Rollins College 5 5
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Philadelphia University 2, University of California at San Diego 2 and Seattle Pacific University 1.

Women?s NCAA Division III Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Trinity College (6) 196 1
2. Williams College (4) 192 2
3. United States Coast Guard Academy 160 5
4. Bates College 147 3
5. Ithaca College 144 4
6. Tufts University 141 9
7t. University of Puget Sound 136 6
7t. Smith College 136 7
9. Mt. Holyoke College 130 8
10. William Smith College 104 10
11. Colby College 95 11
12. University of Mary Washington 92 12
13. Wesleyan College 86 14
14. Wellesley College 51 13
15. Worcester Polytechnic Institute 48 NR
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Willamette University 29, Hamilton College 28, Simmons College 13, Vassar College 8, St. Lawrence University 7 and Washington College 7.

April 2, 2008

The University of California at Berkeley claimed the top spot in this week?s USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association NCAA Division I Varsity Eight Coaches Poll, while Western Washington University and Trinity College topped the Division II and III polls, respectively.

Women’s NCAA Division I Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. University of California (11) 465 9
2. Yale University (13) 458 1
3. University of Virginia 425 2
4. University of Southern California 400 4
5. Princeton University 357 6
6. Stanford University 334 10
7. University of Tennessee 309 7
8. Michigan State University 299 NR
9. The Ohio State University 282 5
10. University of Michigan 259 8
11. Brown University 238 3
12. University of Minnesota 227 11
13. Harvard University 173 12
14. Notre Dame University 145 14
15. Washington State University 132 15
16. Clemson University 128 16
17. University of Washington 78 17
18. University of California at Los Angeles 75 13
19. Dartmouth College 58 18
20. University of Pennsylvania 55 NR
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: University of Louisville 53, University of Texas 34, Northeastern University 19, University of Iowa 14, Gonzaga University 7, Cornell University 6, University of Wisconsin 5, University of Central Florida 3 and Bucknell University 2.

Women’s NCAA Division II Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Western Washington University (6) 30 1
2. Dowling College 23 2
3. University of California at San Diego 14 3
4. Nova Southeastern 13 4
5. Rollins College 4 NR
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Philadelphia University 2, Humboldt State University 1 and Seattle Pacific University 1.

Women’s NCAA Division III Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Trinity College (7) 194 1
2. Williams College (3) 192 2
3. Bates College 163 3
4. Ithaca College 160 5
5. United States Coast Guard Academy 152 8
6. University of Puget Sound 145 6
7. Smith College 138 4
8. Mt. Holyoke College 130 7
9. Tufts University 128 9
10. William Smith College 121 11
11. Colby College 100 10
12. University of Mary Washington 71 13
13. Wellesley College 51 NR
14. Wesleyan University 49 12
15. Hamilton College 48 14
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Worcester Polytechnic Institute 22, St. Lawrence University 19, Washington College 19, Vassar College 13, Willamette University 11, Pacific Lutheran University 10, Simmons College 8 and Lewis & Clark College 6.

March 26, 2008

Yale University claimed the top spot in this week?s USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association NCAA Division I Varsity Eight Coaches Poll, while Western Washington University and Trinity College topped the Division II and III polls, respectively.

In Division I, Yale University received all 25 first-place votes to earn the No. 1 ranking again this week. Virginia ranked second, followed by Brown, Southern California and Ohio State.

For the second week in a row, Western Washington was a unanimous choice for the top spot in the Division II poll, receiving all six first-place votes. Dowling College ranked second, while the University of California at San Diego ranked third.

Trinity College received six of nine first-place votes to remain atop the Division III poll. Williams College ranked second, followed by Bates College, Smith College and Ithaca College. Williams received two first-place votes, while Ithaca received one.

USRowing is a nonprofit organization recognized by the United States Olympic Committee as the governing body for the sport of rowing in the United States. USRowing?s Official Sponsor is Johnson & Johnson; its Official Suppliers are Hudson Boat Works, NIKE, Inc., and Rosetta Stone; its Official Patron is Concept2; its Official Electronics Outfitter is Nielsen Kellerman; its Official Timer is Powerhouse Timing; its Official Registrar is RegattaCentral; and its Preferred Printer is Sport Graphics Printing. USRowing also receives generous support from the National Rowing Foundation. The Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association?s official partner is www.row2k.com.

Women?s NCAA Division I Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Yale University (25) 500 1
2. University of Virginia 461 2
3. Brown University 435 3
4. University of Southern California 418 4
5. The Ohio State University 378 5
6. Princeton University 359 6
7. University of Tennessee 327 7
8. University of Michigan 305 8
9. University of California 279 9
10. Stanford University 257 10
11. University of Minnesota 236 13
12. Harvard University 17 11
13. University of California at Los Angeles 199 12
14. Notre Dame University 170 15
15. Washington State University 163 14
16. Clemson University 136 17
17. University of Washington 101 16
18. Dartmouth College 74 18
19t. University of Louisville 54 20
19t. University of Texas 54 NR
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Michigan State University 31, Northeastern University 22, University of Iowa 22, Gonzaga University 15, University of Central Florida 12, University of Wisconsin 8, Cornell University 6, Oregon State University 15, 5, University of Alabama 5 and Bucknell University 1.

Women?s NCAA Division II Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Western Washington University (6) 30 1
2. Dowling College 22 2
3. University of California at San Diego 17 3
4. Nova Southeastern 12 4
5. Philadelphia University 4 NR
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Seattle Pacific University 3 and Rollins College 2.

Women?s NCAA Division III Varsity Eights
Team (1st-Place Votes) Points Previous Week
1. Trinity College (6) 174 1
2. Williams College (2) 172 2
3. Bates College 156 3
4. Smith College 143 4
5. Ithaca College (1) 140 5
6. University of Puget Sound 127 6
7. Mt. Holyoke College 121 7
8. United States Coast Guard Academy 119 8
9. Tufts University 104 9
10. Colby College 92 11
11. William Smith College 92 10
12. Wesleyan University 68 12
13. University of Mary Washington 60 13
14. Hamilton College 59 14
15. Washington College 41 15
Not Ranked But Receiving Votes: Worcester Polytechnic Institute 18, Lewis & Clark College 17, Wellesley College 16, Vassar College 13, Pacific Lutheran University 9, Chapman University 8 and St. Lawrence University 6.