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2024 NCAA DII Rowing Championship: Watching, Planning, Results

By Vaseline May31,2024

The 2024 NCAA DII Rowing Championship selection show NCAA.com aired on Tuesday, May 21. Championship weekend runs from May 31 to June 1 at East Fork and Harsha Lake in Bethel, Ohio.

The team championship consists of six teams. Each team is required to field one boat of eight rowers and one boat of four rowers. The selected settings were: Cal Poly Humboldt, Central Oklahoma; Embry-Riddle (Florida), Mercyhurst, Seattle Pacific; and Western Washington.

➡️ View the full selection release here

2024 NCAA DII Rowing Championships Schedule

All competition days will be streamed live on NCAA.com.

All times ET.

Friday May 31 | View morning session | View afternoon session

  • 9am | Eights Heat 1
  • 9:12 am | Eights Heat 2
  • 9:24 am | Four round 1
  • 9:36 am | Four round 2
  • 6:24 pm | Eight retakes
  • 18:36 | Four retakes

Saturday June 1 | View session

  • 11am | Fours Petite Finale (places 5-6)
  • 11:12 am | Fours Grand Final (places 1-4)
  • 11:48 am | II Eights Petite Finale (places 5-6)
  • 12:00 noon | II Eights Grand Final (places 1-4)
  • 1:00 PM | Award ceremony

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Tuesday May 21

NCAA DII Rowing Championships History

In 2023, Cal Poly Humboldt won its first DII rowing title in program history, beating Central Oklahoma by five points. Western Washington is the winningest program in DII rowing, winning seven straight titles during a dynastic run from 2005 to 2011. See the full championship history below ⤵️

YEAR CHAMPION POINTS SECOND PLACE POINTS HOST OR SITE
2023 Cal Poly Humboldt 30 Central Oklahoma 25 Pennsauken, NJ
2022 Mercyhurst 30 Western Washington 19 Sarasota, FL.
2021 Central Oklahoma 20 Mercyhurst 15 Sarasota, FL.
2020 Canceled due to Covid-19
2019 Central Oklahoma 30 Florida Technology 23 Indianapolis
2018 Central Oklahoma 18 Western Washington 14 Sarasota, FL.
2017 Western Washington 17 Central Oklahoma 16 West Windsor, NJ
2016 Barry 20 Central Oklahoma 15 Gold River, California.
2015 Barry 20 Mercyhurst 15 Gold River, California.
2014 Humboldt State 16 Nova Southeast 15 Indianapolis
2013 Nova Southeast 20 Barry 15 Indianapolis
2012 Humboldt State 20 Western Washington 13 West Windsor, NJ
2011 Western Washington 20 Mercyhurst 13 Gold River, California.
2010 Western Washington 20 Seattle Pacific 11 Lake Natoma, California.
2009 Western Washington 18 Mercyhurst 13 Cherry Hill, NJ
2008 Western Washington 20 UC San Diego 15 Lake Natoma, California.
2007 Western Washington 20 UC San Diego 11 Knoxville, Tenn.
2006 Western Washington 20 Barry 15 West Windsor, NJ
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

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