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Men's Rowing Teams Among Accepted Crews for 112th IRA National Championships

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PRINCETON, N.J. -- All eight Ivy League men's rowing teams are among the list of accepted crews announced by the Board of Stewards of the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) for the 112th IRA National Championships.

The participating schools will be vying for the Varsity Challenge Cup and Ten Eyck Trophy on May 30-June 1 on Lake Mercer in West Windsor, N.J.

HEAVYWEIGHT
The League's eight schools are among the list of 24 crews that received invitations to compete for the Heavyweight Men's Eight National Championship. All 24 schools have the option of also entering a second varsity eight, freshmen eight, varsity four and/or open four. The accepted crews are:

First Varsity Eight (24)
Boston University
Brown
California
UC San Diego
Columbia
Cornell
Dartmouth
Drexel
Florida Tech
George Washington
Gonzaga
Harvard
Hobart
Holy Cross
Navy
Northeastern
Oregon State
Penn
Princeton
Stanford
Syracuse
Washington
Wisconsin
Yale

Second Varsity Eight (24)
Boston University
Brown
California
UC San Diego
Columbia
Cornell
Dartmouth
Florida Tech
Gonzaga
Harvard
Hobart
Holy Cross
Navy
Northeastern
Oregon State
Penn
Princeton
Stanford
Syracuse
Washington
Wisconsin
Yale

Freshman Eight (12)
Brown
California
Columbia
Cornell

Drexel
George Washington
Harvard
Navy
Penn
Princeton
Washington
Wisconsin

Varsity Four (18)
Boston University
Brown
California
Colgate
Dartmouth
Drexel
George Washington
Georgetown
Loyola Marymouth
Milwaukee School of Engineering
MIT
Navy
Northeastern
Penn
Princeton
Temple
Washington
Wisconsin


LIGHTWEIGHT
The Ivy League consists of six of the eight schools in contention for the Lightweight Men's Eight National Championship. The accepted crews are:

Varsity Eight (8)
Columbia
Cornell
Dartmouth
Harvard
MIT
Navy
Princeton
Yale

Varsity Four (13)
Columbia
Cornell
Dartmouth
Drexel
Georgetown
Harvard
Milwaukee School of Engineering
MIT
Navy
Penn
Princeton

Wisconsin
Yale