rowing-d1 flag | August 5, 2014

Year in review

Ohio State and Humboldt State added to their programs' legacies while Trinity (Conn.) delivered a school first to cap the rowing season. Ohio State won its second consecutive national title in DI while Humboldt State won the DII championship for the second time in three years. In DIII, Trinity (Conn.) won its first NCAA title in any sport. Take a look back at all three with videos and photos as continues its look back at the 2013-14 season.

2014 Rowing Championships: Day Three Recap
Ohio State rides varsity eights to title

Top-ranked Ohio State repeated as champion on the strength of individual national titles in the first and second varsity eights, becoming the fourth team in NCAA history to win both events at the national regatta in the same year. ... Read More

Results Photos

Humboldt State wins by slimmest of margins

Humboldt State bested defending champion Nova Southeastern by one point and West rival Western Washington by two points, with the title coming down to the final 500 meters of the eight race. ... Read More

Results  Photos  Highlights

Trinity (Conn.) makes history

Trinity (Conn.) earned 30 points with its first varsity eight win and took the title by earning 10 additional points with a second-place finish in the second varsity eight race. ... Read More

Results  Photos  Highlights

Division I, III, III
Rowing Championship
May 31- June 2, 2024
East Fork/Harsha Lake | Bethel, OH