Ohio State Wins 2014 Big Ten Rowing Championships




May 18, 2014

Indianapolis, Ind. -

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Ohio State Wins 2014 Big Ten Rowing Championships

Ohio State won its fifth Big Ten title at the 2014 Big Ten Rowing Championships at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis. The crown marked the second-consecutive for the Buckeyes and third in the last four years. Ohio State recorded 164 points, a new championships record, on the strength of five first-place finishes. The Buckeyes tallied wins in the first varsity eight, second varsity eight, first varsity four, second varsity four and third varsity four races.

Michigan followed in second with 140 points and Wisconsin finished third with 109 points. The Wolverines picked up a win in the first novice eight race, while the Badgers earned a first-place effort in the second novice eight competition. Complete team results and the All-Big Ten teams can be found below, while complete race results are attached.

Additionally, the conference announced that the Big Ten Rowing Championships will return to Eagle Creek Park for the fifth straight year in 2015. The 2015 Big Ten Rowing Championships will be a two-day event on Saturday, May 16 and Sunday, May 17.

TEAM RESULTS
1. Ohio State (164)
2. Michigan (140)
3. Wisconsin (109)
4. Indiana (103)
5. Michigan State (60)
6. Minnesota (55)
7. Iowa (39)

ALL-BIG TEN TEAMS
First Team
Mera Dickensheets, Indiana
Zoe Ribar, Iowa
Amanda Elmore, Michigan
Bryna Oleshansky, Michigan
Laura Moore, Michigan State
Lynn Hodnett, Minnesota
Claire-Louise Bode, Ohio State
Holly Norton, Ohio State
Catherine Shields, Ohio State
Monica Whitehouse, Wisconsin

Second Team
Karly Kikkert, Indiana
Alice Wright, Indiana
Lauren Subler, Iowa
Jessica Eiffert, Michigan
Chrissy Holm, Michigan
Sarah Kovacs, Michigan State
Katherine Windsor, Minnesota
Ashley Bauer, Ohio State
Rixt Miedema, Ohio State
Anne Rauschert, Wisconsin

SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD HONOREES
Caroline Comey, Indiana
Gabby Watson, Iowa
Andrea Johnson, Michigan
Sarah Sherman, Michigan State
Chelsea Miller, Minnesota
Katie King, Ohio State
Monica Whitehouse, Wisconsin


I Varsity Eights

1) Ohio State - 6:29.38
2) Michigan - 6:34.22
3) Indiana - 6:38.06
4) Wisconsin - 6:42.31
5) Michigan State - 6:48.54
6) Minnesota - 6:49.67
7) Iowa - 6:53.98


II Varsity Eights

1) Ohio State - 6:38.10
2) Michigan - 6:45.34
3) Indiana - 6:49.57
4) Wisconsin - 6:51.83
5) Minnesota - 6:57.54
6) Iowa - 7:00.95
7) Michigan State - 7:01.10


I Varsity Fours

1) Ohio State - 7:27.31
2) Wisconsin - 7:31.43
3) Michigan State - 7:35.62
4) Michigan - 7:39.41
5) Indiana - 7:43.21
6) Iowa - 7:49.30
7) Minnesota - 7:52.74


II Varsity Fours

1) Ohio State - 7:34.32
2) Michigan - 7:42.23
3) Wisconsin - 7:47.48
4) Indiana - 7:48.39
5) Minnesota - 7:55.61
6) Iowa - 7:55.66
7) Michigan State - 8:03.70


III Varsity Fours

1) Ohio State - 7:34.96
2) Michigan - 7:35.71
3) Minnesota - 8:09.55
4) Wisconsin - 8:17.75
5) Indiana - 8:18.69
6) Iowa - 8:21.79


I Novice Eights

1) Michigan - 7:04.57
2) Ohio State - 7:09.18
3) Wisconsin - 7:11.84
4) Indiana - 7:13.96
5) Michigan State - 7:15.74
6) Iowa - 7:28.03
7) Minnesota - 7:31.27


II Novice Eights

The 2014 Big Ten Rowing Championships are underway with Wisconsin recording the first event victory of the morning in the II Novice Eights.

1) Wisconsin - 7:16.12
2) Michigan - 7:21.51
3) Ohio State - 7:27.87
4) Michigan State - 7:38.63
5) Minnesota - 7:40.11
6) Iowa - 7:45.00


The 2014 Big Ten Rowing Championships will take place at 9 a.m. ET today at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, Ind.

Complete championships information including race results, seeds and updates can be found here and on Twitter @BigTenChamps.

Below is the schedule of events, all times are ET:

Time Event
9 a.m.  II Novice Eights
9:20 a.m. I Novice Eights
9:40 a.m. III Varsity Fours
10 a.m. II Varsity Fours
10:20 a.m.        I Varsity Fours
10:40 a.m. II Varsity Eights
11 a.m. I Varsity Eights
12:15 p.m. Award Presentation