Men's, Women's Crew both place in the top 5 at Pac-10's

The No. 14 ranked men's team placed fourth.... 


"It was a bit of a tough day for us," head coach Steve Todd said.  "We did not quite race at the level we have been practicing and I think that that was disappointing for our team." 

The Beavers will now wait for an invitation to the Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships that will be held June 5-7 at Cherry Hill, N.J. Log on to for up-to-date news on Oregon State men’s crew.


And the No. 14 ranked women's team placed fifth...


"Overall, today was a good day for our team," head coach Emily Ford said. "I think these races were a big step forward for this program."

The Oregon State women’s crew now awaits the possibility of an invitation to the NCAA rowing championships, which will also be held at Rancho Cordova, Calif. Log on to for the latest information on Oregon State women's rowing.


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