Texas wins 2021 DI rowing championship
2021 women's rowing championship awards ceremony canceled due to weather
Trophies will be sent to the top three teams in each event, with the team awards going to the top four finishers. In the Fours event, in third place with a time of 7:07.1, was Texas. In second place, with a time of 7:03.2 was Stanford, and with a time of 7:02.1, was Washington. In the II Eights event, in third place were the Texas Longhorns, with a final time of 6:29; the Stanford Cardinal claimed second with a time of 6:24.4; and in first place, with a time of 6:23.2, were the Washington Huskies. In the I Eights event, in third place was Washington, with a time of 6:21.7. In second place, with a time of 6:18.8, was Stanford, and with a time of 6:17.3 is Texas.
Lastly, the top four teams would have been recognized. In fourth place with 108 points were the Michigan Wolverines, but there was a three-way tie with 126 points between Stanford, Texas and Washington. Ties are broken based on the finish of the I Eights. Therefore, in third place were the Huskies, the national runners-up were the Cardinal and the 2021 national champions were the Longhorns.
Texas wins DI Rowing championship
Texas is your 2021 DI rowing champion.
The Longhorns took first in the varsity eight with a time of 6:17.387. Stanford came in second and Washington third. This is the first rowing title for the Longhorns. They were runners-up in 2019.
The Texas Varsity Eight is your 𝓝𝓐𝓣𝓘𝓞𝓝𝓐𝓛 𝓒𝓗𝓐𝓜𝓟𝓘𝓞𝓝. 🤘— Texas Rowing (@TexasRowing) May 30, 2021
🥇TEXAS - 6:17.387
🥈Stanford - 6:18.891
🥉Washington - 6:21.715
4. Michigan - 6:23.437
5. Rutgers - 6:27.635
6. Virginia - 6:30.113#HereComesTexas | #HookEm pic.twitter.com/qorQ7i1yq2
Day 3 schedule, Day 2 results from the 2021 DI rowing championship
Today is the final day of the 2021 DI rowing championship. This year's championship is being held at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida. For a full list of results through Saturday, click or tap here.
All of the action will stream live on NCAA.com. The stream for Division I and Division II is shared, so you'll be able to catch all of the action for both. Below is the complete schedule for Day 3.
If you missed the first two days of competition, video recaps can be found in the links below.
Day 2 of DI rowing championship
The DI rowing championships continue today at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida. This year, all three divisions are competing at the same location, meaning there will be one stream to broadcast all of the action.
Click or tap here to view the results from day 1.
All of today's action will be streamed right here on NCAA.com. The stream will run throughout the morning so you have access to every division's events. It also means you'll be able to see your favorite team compete even if you're tuning in a few minutes behind.
If you missed any action from Friday, you can watch a day 1 recap here.
2021 DI rowing championship selections announced
The NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Committee has announced the 22 teams selected to compete in the 2021 NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Championships. To view the full release, click or tap here.
This year's championship will be held May 28-30 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida. The championship field is made up of 10 automatic qualifiers as well as 12 at large selections. Qualifying teams are required to field two boats of eight rowers and one boat of four rowers.
Click or tap here for the complete heat sheet.
The complete seeding for each boat classification is below.
|I Eights||II Eights||Fours|
|6||Rutgers||6||Ohio State||6||Ohio State|
|19||Navy||19||Rhode Island||19||Rhode Island|
DI Rowing Championship selections announced today by 5 p.m. ET
The day is here. Today, Tuesday, May 18, the Division I Rowing Championship selections will be announced by 5 p.m. EDT on NCAA.com. The championship finals will take place from May 28-30 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida. Washington defeated Texas, 132-125, in Indianapolis in the 2019 championship.
The DI rowing selections are May 18
The field for the 2021 NCAA DI rowing championships will be announced Tuesday, May 18 on NCAA.com.
The championship finals are May 28-30 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida. Washington (above) is the defending champion. The Huskies defeated Texas, 132-125, in Indianapolis.
The DI rowing championship history
These are the programs that have won the DI rowing championship. Washington (above) is the defending champion.
|YEAR||CHAMPION||POINTS||RUNNER-UP||POINTS||HOST OR SITE|
|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.|
|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.|
|2006||California||66||Brown||66||West Windsor, N.J.|
|2000||Brown||59||Washington||55||Cherry Hill, N.J.|