The Jacksonville men's rowing team made history by sending two boats to the IRA Championships for the first time in the program's history, with the Varsity Eight finishing third at SIRA to secure the automatic bid. Head coach Preston Weinard commended the team for their impressive performance against the top competitors in the country at the IRAs.

By the Numbers
  • JU's Varsity Eight finished sixth with a time of 6:00.905 at the IRA Championships.
  • The Dolphins' Second Varsity Eight placed fourth with a time of 6:10.093, showcasing a competitive edge against Santa Clara.
State of Play
  • Jacksonville men's rowing team concluded the season at the IRA Championships, marking a historic achievement.
  • The team's performance at the IRAs showcased their competitiveness and potential for future success.
What's Next

With the season ending on a high note, the Dolphins will focus on building upon the momentum gained and developing their young talent for the upcoming season.

Bottom Line

Jacksonville men's rowing team achieved a remarkable feat by sending two boats to the IRA Championships and displaying a competitive spirit against top-tier opponents. The team's success at the IRAs sets a strong foundation for future growth and accomplishments.