FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. – Nova Southeastern women’s rowing was announced among the top programs in the nation this week in the latest NCAA DII Poll by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association/US Rowing. The Sharks are currently positioned in eighth-place after receiving 28 total votes, as they are looking to carry that momentum into a strong showing at the University of Central Oklahoma’s Central Sprints on Friday in Edmond, Okla.
REACTIONS FROM HEAD COACH DEVIN FAY:
- “What is incredible to me is if you look at the list you will see Central Oklahoma, Western Washington, Humboldt State and UC San Diego as four of the top five teams in the nation, ranked by the coaches and we get an opportunity to see all of them this weekend.”
- “It should be a great test against the top teams in the country as many of them have a shot at making nationals. This opportunity will allow us to see the top end speed in all of Division II rowing.”
- “The team is really excited to go out and see what we’ve got! There will be seven teams at the race, several of whom are nationally ranked, and it will be great to see where we stand in comparison to these programs.”
The Sharks will travel west to Edmond, Okla., on Friday Mar. 29 to race in the Central Sprints. Hosted by Central Oklahoma, the event will begin at 5:50 p.m. CT on Friday. Be sure to follow @NSU_Rowing on Twitter or visit NSUSharks.com for updates and results. To keep in touch with the team be sure to follow nsu_rowing on Instagram and @NSURowing on Facebook.