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2022 NCAA rowing championships: Live updates for DI, DII, DIII

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2022 rowing championship: day two recap
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7:02 pm, May 28, 2022

Division I rowing championship to conclude Sunday

Two down, one to go. That's where the 2022 NCAA rowing championships stand, both in terms of days and divisions, after the completion of Saturday's session. On Saturday, Mercyhurst won the DII rowing championship and Wellesley won the DIII title.

You can watch the Day Two replay below.

2022 rowing championship: day two full replay

There are 12 event finals scheduled for Sunday, May 29 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla.

The complete schedule is listed below:

  • 8:10 a.m. | Division I | Fours Final 4
  • 8:22 a.m. | Division I | Fours Final 3
  • 8:34 a.m. | Division I | II Eights Final 4
  • 8:46 a.m. | Division I | II Eights Final 3
  • 8:58 a.m. | Division I | Eights Final 4
  • 9:10 a.m. | Division I | Eights Final 3
  • 9:22 a.m. | Division I | Fours Final 2
  • 9:34 a.m. | Division I | Fours Final 1
  • 9:46 a.m. | Division I | II Eights Final 2
  • 10 a.m. | Division I | II Eights Final 1
  • 10:12 a.m. | Division I | Eights Final 2
  • 10:24 a.m. | Division I | Eights Final 1

Click or tap here to view the complete schedule and list of results.

6:37 pm, May 28, 2022

Mercyhurst wins DII rowing championship, Wellesley wins DIII

Mercyhurst won the 2022 NCAA Division II Rowing Championship Saturday at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla., after it won the fours final one in a time of 7:47.465 and eights final one in 7:03.709. It was Mercyhurst's second national championship.

Mercyhurst finished with 30 points, beating Western Washington and Embry-Riddle, which tied for second with 19 points.

Wellesley won the DIII title — its second — with 51 points, one point ahead of Bates (50 points) and three ahead of WPI (48).

Click or tap here to view the final team scores.

12:58 pm, May 28, 2022

Day Two of the NCAA rowing championships concludes

Day Two of the 2022 NCAA rowing championships wrapped up at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla., where the day's competition started with the Division I eights semifinals. The complete schedule and the official winners of each event are listed below.

Click or tap here to view the complete results for each event.

Division I

  • I Eights semifinal 3 | Oregon State: 6:25.254
  • I Eights semifinal 4 | Rutgers: 6:23.961
  • I Eights semifinal 1 | Texas: 6:18.459
  • I Eights semifinal 2 | Stanford: 6:22.185
  • II Eights semifinal 3 | Rutgers: 6:44.097
  • II Eights semifinal 4 | Duke: 6:42.344
  • II Eights semifinal 1 | Texas: 6:23.878
  • II Eights semifinal 2 | Stanford: 6:26.132
  • Fours semifinal 3 | Syracuse: 7:27.609
  • Fours semifinal 4 | SMU: 7:23.452
  • Fours semifinal 1 | Washington: 7:09.214
  • Fours semifinal 2 | Stanford: 7:08.583

Division III

  • II Eights final 2 | Pacific Lutheran: 7:52.907
  • II Eights final 1 | Bates: 7:04.156

Division II

  • Fours final 2 | Western Washington: 8:21.102
  • Fours final 1 | Mercyhurst: 7:47.465

Division III

  • I Eights final 2 | Pacific Lutheran: 7:15.620
  • I Eights final 1 | WPI: 6:55.265

Division II

  • Eights final 2 | Central Oklahoma: 7:00.384
  • Eights final 1 | Mercyhurst: 7:03.709
10:52 pm, May 27, 2022

Results from Day one of the DI, DII, DIII rowing championships

The first day of the DI, DII and DIII rowing championships are in the book. You can click here to see all the results from the first day of action. 

Saturday's events will begin bright and early. The DI stream will start at 8 a.m. ET, followed by DIII at 10:30 a.m. ET and DII will be at 11 a.m. ET

7:56 pm, May 27, 2022

Follow the afternoon session of Day Two for the NCAA Rowing Championships

The afternoon session of Day One of the NCAA rowing championships is underway at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla. Below are the winners of each event and you can click or tap here to view the complete results.

Division III

II Eights Repechage I | Tufts: 7:06.414

I Eights Repechage I | Williams: 6:48.032

Division I

I Eights Repechage I | Penn: 6:17.591

I Eights Repechage II | Michigan: 6:15.564

II Eights Repechage I | Penn: 6:22.838

12:16 pm, May 27, 2022

Results from the morning session of the NCAA rowing championships

The first day of competition at the 2022 NCAA rowing championships is underway at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla., and the morning session for Day One has wrapped up.

Below are the winners of each heat. Click or tap here for the complete results.

Division III

II Eights Heat 1 | Bates: 6:54.598

II Eights Heat 2 | Wellesley: 6:51.975

I Eights Heat 1 | WPI: 6:41.567

I Eights Heat 2 | Bates: 6:40.082

Division I

I Eights Heat 1 | Texas: 6:08.328

I Eights Heat 2 | Princeton: 6:09.912

I Eights Heat 3 | Stanford: 6:11.674

I Eights Heat 4 | Brown: 6:13.306

II Eights Heat 1 | Texas: 6:18.360

II Eights Heat 2 | Yale: 6:12.014

II Eights Heat 3 | Washington: 6:14.647

II Eights Heat 4 | Stanford: 6:14.782

Fours Heat 1 | Texas: 6:56.663

Fours Heat 2 | Stanford: 6:54.374

Fours Heat 3 | Princeton: 6:54.445

Fours Heat 4 | Washington: 6:52.822

Division II

Eights Heat 1 | Mercyhurst: 6:37.140

Eights Heat 2 | Jefferson: 6:38.671

Fours Heat 1 | Embry-Riddle: 7:37.272

Fours Heat 2 | Mercyhurst: 7:32.224

9:13 pm, May 17, 2022

Selections announced for the 2022 DI women's rowing championship

INDIANAPOLIS---The NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Committee has selected the teams that will compete in the 2022 NCAA Division I women’s rowing championships.

The championships will be held May 27-29 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida with University of Central Florida and Suncoast Aquatic Nature Center Associates, serving as hosts.

The team championship is composed of 22 teams. Eleven conferences were awarded automatic qualification and the remaining 11 slots were filled with at-large selections to complete the championship field. Teams qualifying for the championship are required to field two boats of eight rowers and one boat of four rowers. For the I Eights, II Eights and Fours, all 22 boats will be seeded into four heats.

Click or tap here to view the selections.

1:06 pm, May 17, 2022

Division I rowing selections to be announced today

The 2022 NCAA Division I rowing championship field will be announced on Tuesday, May 17 at 5 p.m. ET in a selection show here on NCAA.com. DI-DIII rowing championships will all take place from May 27-29 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla.

In 2021, Texas won the DI rowing championship. You can watch the full replay here. 

Click or tap here to view the complete list of past national champions, dating back to 1997.

The DI selection show is scheduled 5 p.m. ET on Tuesday, May 17. 

9:01 pm, May 16, 2022

DII rowing championship selections announced

INDIANAPOLIS —The NCAA Division II Women’s Rowing Committee has selected the institutions that will compete in the 2022 NCAA Division II women’s rowing championships.

The championships will be held May 27-28 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida, with University of Central Florida and Nathan Benderson Park Conservancy, serving as hosts.

The championships are composed of six teams and each team is required to field one boat of eight rowers and one boat of four rowers. The institutions selected were: Central Oklahoma; Embry-Riddle (Florida), Thomas Jefferson University, Mercyhurst, Seattle Pacific; and Western Washington.

In 2021, Central Oklahoma captured its third consecutive national title at the NCAA Division II Women’s Rowing Championships held at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota. 

For championship information and results, including live streaming of championship racing, go to www.ncaa.com.

3:33 pm, May 14, 2022

Division II rowing selections to be announced Monday, May 16

The 2022 NCAA Division II rowing championship field will be announced on Monday, May 16 at 5 p.m. ET in a selection show here on NCAA.com. DI-DIII rowing championships will all take place  from May 27-29 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla.

In 2021, Central Oklahoma won the DII rowing championship. You can watch the full replay here. 

Click or tap here to view the complete list of past national champions, dating back to 2002.

The DI selection show is scheduled 5 p.m. ET on Tuesday, May 17. 

9:01 pm, May 10, 2022

DIII rowing championship selections revealed

INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Division III Women’s Rowing Committee has selected the institutions that will compete in the 2022 NCAA Division III women’s rowing championships.

The championships will be held May 27-28 at the Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida, hosted by the University of Central Florida and Nathan Benderson Park Conservancy.

LIVE UPDATES: Stay in the loop for all NCAA rowing championship action

For 2022, the championships will be composed of eight teams. Each team is required to field two boats of eight rowers and a coxswain. The following are the berths that are allocated:  Pool A – four (Pool A consists of conferences that have been awarded automatic qualification); Pool B/C – four (Pools B and C include independents, institutions from conferences that do not meet automatic-qualification standards and Pool A institutions that did not receive their conference’s automatic qualification.).  

Teams:

Pool A
Liberty League — * Ithaca
Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference — * St. Mary’s (Maryland)
New England Small College Athletic Conference — * Bates
New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference — * Wellesley

*Automatic qualifier

Pool B/C
- Pacific Lutheran
- Tufts
- WPI
- Williams 

In 2021, Bates captured its fourth consecutive national title at the NCAA Division III women’s rowing championships held at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota. Bates dominated in both the Grand Finals for its fifth national championship. 

HISTORY: A look back at all of the champions since 2002

For championship information and results, including live streaming of championship racing, log on to www.ncaa.com. 

12:15 pm, May 10, 2022

Division III rowing selections to be announced Tuesday, May 10

The 2022 NCAA Division III rowing championship field will be announced on Tuesday, May 10 at 5 p.m. ET in a selection show here on NCAA.com. The championship will take place from May 27-29 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla.

In 2021, Bates College won the DIII rowing championship, its fourth in a row. You can watch the full replay here.

Click or tap here to view the complete list of past national champions, dating back to 2002.

The DII selection show is scheduled for 5 p.m. ET on Monday, May 16, while the DI rowing selection show will begin at 5 p.m. ET on Tuesday, May 17. The DI and DII rowing championships will also take place in Sarasota from May 27-29.

6:29 pm, May 8, 2022

DI rowing championship history

Year Champion Points Runner-Up Points Host or Site
2021 Texas 126 Stanford 126 Sarasota, Fla.
2020 Canceled due to Covid-19 -- -- -- --
2019 Washington 132 Texas 125 Indianapolis
2018 California 130 Washington 128 Sarasota, Fla.
2017 Washington 132 California 123 West Windsor, N.J.
2016 California 129 Ohio State 126 Gold River, Calif.
2015 Ohio State 126 California 114 Gold River, Calif.
2014 Ohio State 126 California 118 Indianapolis
2013 Ohio State 126 California 124 Indianapolis
2012 Virginia 87 Michigan 82 West Windsor, N.J.
2011 Brown 85 Stanford 85 Gold River, Calif.
2010 Virginia 87 California 82 Lake Natoma, Calif.
2009 Stanford 88 California 85 Cherry Hill, N.J.
2008 Brown 67 Washington 59 Sacramento, Calif.
2007 Brown 58 Virginia 54 Knoxville, Tenn.
2006 California 66 Brown 66 West Windsor, N.J.
2005 California 67 Virginia 63 Sacramento, Calif.
2004 Brown 70 Yale 58 Sacramento, Calif.
2003 Harvard 59 Brown 57 Indianapolis, Ind.
2002 Brown 67 Washington 63 Indianapolis, Ind.
2001 Washington 58 Michigan 53 Gainesville, Ga.
2000 Brown 59 Washington 55 Cherry Hill, N.J.
1999 Brown 56 Virginia 56 Sacramento, Calif.
1998 Washington 91 Brown 85 Gainesville, Ga.
1997 Washington 201 Princeton 184 Sacramento, Calif.
6:27 pm, May 8, 2022

DII rowing championship history

Year Champion Points Runner-Up Points Host or Site
2021 Central Oklahoma 20 Mercyhurst 15 Sarasota, Fla.
2020 Canceled due to Covid-19 -- -- -- --
2019 Central Oklahoma 30 Florida Tech 23 Indianapolis
2018 Central Oklahoma 18 Western Washington 14 Sarasota, Fla.
2017 Western Washington 17 Central Oklahoma 16 West Windsor, N.J.
2016 Barry 20 Central Oklahoma 15 Gold River, Calif.
2015 Barry 20 Mercyhurst 15 Gold River, Calif.
2014 Humboldt State 16 Nova Southeastern 15 Indianapolis
2013 Nova Southeastern 20 Barry 15 Indianapolis
2012 Humboldt State 20 Western Washington 13 West Windsor, N.J.
2011 Western Washington 20 Mercyhurst 13 Gold River, Calif.
2010 Western Washington 20 Seattle Pacific 11 Lake Natoma, Calif.
2009 Western Washington 18 Mercyhurst 13 Cherry Hill, N.J.
2008 Western Washington 20 UC San Diego 15 Lake Natoma, Calif.
2007 Western Washington 20 UC San Diego 11 Knoxville, Tenn.
2006 Western Washington 20 Barry 15 West Windsor, N.J.
2005 Western Washington 20 Mercyhurst 12 Sacramento
2004 Mercyhurst 18 Humboldt State 17 Sacramento
2003 UC Davis 20 Western Washington 15 Indianapolis
2002 UC Davis 50 Western Washington 45 Indianapolis
6:26 pm, May 8, 2022

DIII rowing championship history

Year Champion Coach Points Runner-Up Points Host or Site
2021 Bates Peter Steenstra 42 Hamilton 33 Sarasota, Fla.
2020 Canceled due to Covid-19          
2019 Bates Peter Steenstra 46 WPI 41 Indianapolis, Ind.
2018 Bates Peter Steenstra 56 Wellesley 45 Sarasota, Fla.
2017 Bates Peter Steenstra 39 Williams 38 West Windsor, N.J.
2016 Wellesley Tessa Spillane 40 Bates 36 Gold River, Calif.
2015 Bates Peter Steenstra 39 Trinity (Conn.) 38 Gold River, Calif.
2014 Trinity (Conn.) Wesley Ng 40 Williams 33 Indianapolis
2013 Williams Kate Maloney 42 Bates 35 Indianapolis
2012 Williams Kate Maloney 42 Bates 37 West Windsor, N.J.
2011 Williams Brad Hemmerly 19 Bates 16 Gold River, Calif.
2010 Williams Justin Moore 26 Bates 19 Gold River, Calif.
2009 Williams Justin Moore 24 Bates 19 Cherry Hill, N.J.
2008 Williams Justin Moore 25 Trinity (Conn.) 21 Gold River, Calif.
2007 Williams Justin Moore 18 Trinity (Conn.) 16 Oak Ridge, Tenn.
2006 Williams Justin Moore 21 Ithaca 15 West Windsor, N.J.
2005 *Ithaca Becky Robinson 10 Smith 10 Gold River, Calif.
2004 Ithaca Becky Robinson 7 Smith 10 Gold River, Calif.
2003 Colby Stew Stokes 10 Puget Sound 12 Indianapolis
2002 Williams Justin Moore 9 Colby 11 Indianapolis

*Awarded championship based on higher finish in grand final.