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April 21, 2001

Oak Ridge, Tennessee - Tulsa's Varsity-8 and JV-8 boats advanced to Sunday's Grand Final at the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Championships at Oak Ridge, Tennessee.

Tulsa's Varsity-8 boaat captured first-place in the first race of the day with a time of 7:01.39 to outdistance second-place Indiana by more than six seconds. The Hurricane finished second in semifinal action behind Duke. The Hurricane had a time of 7:08.1, as compared to Duke's 7:06.6

In JV-8 action, Tulsa finished in third-place with a time of 7:14.8, behind Tennessee's 7:08.7 and Cincinnati's 7:12.5. The top-three teams advanced to Sunday's finals.

Tulsa's Novice-8 boat finished in second place to advance to the semifinals with a time of 7:55.2, behind Marietta's time of 7:53.1. Tulsa finished in fifth place in the semifinals and advanced to the third-level final on Sunday.

Varsity-8 First Race
1. Tulsa 7:01.39
2. Indiana 7:07.71
3. Cincinnati 7:12.16
4. Barry 7:34.13
5. Clemson-B 7:40.6

Varsity-8 Semifinals
1. Duke 7:06.6
2. Tulsa 7:08.1
3. Central Florida 7:15.8
4. Delaware 7:19.6
5. Ohio State, 7:57.0

JV-8 Semifinals
1. Tennessee 7:08.7
2. Cincinnati 7:12.5
3. Tulsa 7:14.8
4. Central Florida 7:16.9
5. Purdue 7:37.0
6. Marietta 7:59.7

Novice-8 First Race
1. Marietta 7:53.1
2. Tulsa 7:55.2
3. Miami 7:58.6
4. Murray State 8:08.7
5. Clemson 8:27.8

Novice-8 Semifinals
1. Cincinnati 7:37.4
2. Delaware 7:37.9
3. Kansas State 7:34.1
4. Central Florida 7:52.7
5. Tulsa 8:19.5

 

 

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