Jacksonville women's rowing team concluded another historic season at the NCAA Championships, with the Varsity Eight achieving the program's highest finish ever.

By the Numbers
  • The Varsity Eight boat beat a boat finishing 21st in the country, the best finish for a MAAC 1v8.
  • The Varsity Four claimed third place and beat Rhode Island for the second consecutive year.
Yes, But

While the team didn't achieve all its goals, the season was still marked by historic accomplishments.

State of Play
  • Jacksonville's women's rowing program continues to make significant progress and is on the upward trajectory in the sport.
  • The team will next compete in the Henley Women's Regatta in England and will also row in the Netherlands before heading to England.
What's Next

The team will prepare for the Henley Women's Regatta in England and continue their summer 'tour' with a stop in Amsterdam.

Bottom Line

Jacksonville women's rowing team capped off a remarkable season at the NCAA Championships, setting new program records and paving the way for future success.