The California women’s rowing team entered the NCAA championships in Sarasota, Fla., as one of the top seeds. When the three-day competition ended on Saturday, the Golden Bears had quenched their thirst for first again, winning another Division I title.
🏆 CHAMPIONSHIP SZN 🏆
— Cal Athletics (@CalAthletics) May 26, 2018
The Bears scored 130 points, 2 better than top overall seed and defending champ Washington to win their second title in three years and fourth in school history. Cal has finished first or second in six consecutive NCAA championship competitions.
"A lot of hard work…It means a lot." @CalWRowing head coach Al Acosta.
The Golden Bears claim their 4th NCAA title in program history. pic.twitter.com/zBATyYdf5M
— Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) May 26, 2018
Stanford finished in fourth place while USC (12th) and Washington State (14th) also represented the Pac-12 in the 22-team event.