UCLA Receives At-Large Bid to NCAA Women's Rowing Championships

May 15, 2007

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Los Angeles, Calif. - The No. 13 ranked UCLA varsity-eight crew earned an at-large bid to compete at the 2007 NCAA Women's Rowing Championships in Oak Ridge, Tenn., on May 25-27. The NCAA selection marks UCLA's third consecutive championship appearance.

UCLA's varsity eight is coming off of a solid performance at the Pac-10 Championships, where it finished fourth behind nationally ranked USC, Stanford, and California. The Bruins as a team also finished fourth in the point standings in the 13-team field.

The NCAA selects only four at-large bids for the eight-women championships to compete against the 12 team selections who field two eight-women boats and a four-women crew.

UCLA and Stanford each received one of the four at-large bids. USC, two-time defending champion California, and Washington garnered team selections, making the Pac-10 and Ivy League the best represented conferences with five schools each.

For more information on the 2007 Championship selections by the rowing committee Click here.

UCLA Health Sponsor - Event Information
Saturday, Mar 26
vs. Pac-12 Challenge
Redwood Shores, CA
No Team Scoring
Saturday, Apr 02
vs. San Diego Crew ...
San Diego, CA
No Team Scoring
Saturday, Apr 16
vs. Clemson Invitational
Clemson, SC
No Team Scoring
Saturday, Apr 30
at USC
San Pedro, CA
Sunday, May 15
vs. Pac-12 Rowing ...
Gold River, CA