The 2014 Big Ten Rowing Championships will be held Sunday, May 18, at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis. Hosted by the Indianapolis Rowing Center, the event is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. ET and is a seven-lane finals-only regatta. The winner of the team event will be named the conference champion. This year marks the fourth consecutive time the event is held at Eagle Creek Park.
Ohio State claimed the 2013 Big Ten Rowing Championship, the program's fourth conference title, and second in the last three years. Buckeye boats took first place in five out of the seven events. Following the conference championships, Ohio State went on to win the 2013 NCAA title, marking the first time a Big Ten team took home the national crown.
Admission to the 2014 Big Ten Rowing Championships is free; however, there is a $6 fee per car to gain entry to the park.
Scoring for the regatta will follow the below format.
|I Varsity Eight:||63||54||45||36||27||18||9|
|II Varsity Eight:||42||36||30||24||18||12||6|
|I Varsity Four:||21||18||15||12||9||6||3|
|II Varsity Four:||14||12||10||8||6||4||2|
|I Novice Eight:||14||12||10||8||6||4||2|
|II Novice Eight:||7||6||5||4||3||2||1|
|III Varsity Four||7||6||5||4||3||2||1|
For more information, visit the IRC website at http://indyrowing.org.