Bates wins 2021 DIII rowing championship
Bates College wins DIII rowing championship
Bates College won its fourth straight DIII rowing championship Saturday.
The team made up of Elizabeth Folsom (Cox), Grace Bake (8), Carla Guichard (7), Sally Harris Porter (6), Hannah Beams (5), Elizabeth Fischer (4), Lillian Kinder (3), Catharine Berry-Toon (2) and Saylor Strugar (1) took first place with an unofficial finish time of 6:34.872.
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Day 2 schedule Day 1 results from the DIII rowing championship
Welcome to the 2021 DIII rowing championships. Day 2 action picks up Saturday at 11 a.m. ET 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.
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Saturday, all of the 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 today, you can watch a day 1 recap here.
NCAA announces 2021 DIII Women's Rowing Championships selections
The NCAA Division III Women’s Rowing Committee has selected the institutions that will compete in the 2021 NCAA Division III Women’s Rowing Championships. The championships will be held May 28-29 at the Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida, hosted by the University of Central Florida and Suncoast Aquatic Nature Center Associates.
For 2021, the championships will be composed of six 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 – three (Pool A consists of conferences that have been awarded automatic qualification); Pool B/C – three (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.).
|Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference||Washington College*|
|New England Small College Athletic Conference||Bates*|
The DIII rowing championship selections are announced on Tuesday, May 11
The 2021 NCAA Division III rowing championship field will be announced here on NCAA.com today, Tuesday, May 11, at 4:30 p.m. EDT. The championship is May 28-29 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida.
Past DIII rowing champions
Here is a list of past NCAA DIII rowing champions.
|YEAR||CHAMPION||COACH||POINTS||RUNNER-UP||POINTS||HOST OR SITE|
|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, Ind.|
|2013||Williams||Kate Maloney||42||Bates||35||Indianapolis, Ind.|
|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, Ind.|
|2002||Williams||Justin Moore||9||Colby||11||Indianapolis, Ind.|