Race and Regatta Results 2015-2016
Results will be posted within five days of the race.
February 7, 2016 - Shocker Indoor Sprints
March 11, 2016 - OCU Night Sprints
April 16-17, 2016 - SIRA
April 30, 2016 - Lake Shawnee Spring Classic
May 28-29, 2016 - ACRA Championships
Summary of results from the weekend.
M1x: 8th in Grand Final
W2X: 2nd in Grand Final
M2X: 5th in B Final
MV4+: 6th in B Final
WN8+: 8th in Grand Final
MV8+: 5th in D Final
WV8+: 6th in Grand Final
September 24, 2016 - WSU Crew Class Races
1St place - Seniors - 9:26
2nd Place - Juniors - 9:33
3rd Place - Senior 1x - 9:48
4th Place - Freshman B - 9:50
5th Place - Sophomore A - 10:03
6th Place - Freshman A - 10:06
7th Place - Sophomore B - 10:16
September 30, 2016 - October 01, 2016 - Head of the Oklahoma Regatta 2016
Women’s Open 1x Bronze
Men’s Open 2x Bronze (2015 4th)
Men’s Lwt 2x Silver
Men’s Novice 8+ Gold (2015 Silver)
Men’s Lwt 1x Bronze
Women’s Lwt 2x Bronze
Men’s Open 8+ Silver
Women’s Collegiate Novice 8+ Bronze (2015 4th)
Women’s Open 1x Night Sprints Gold
Men’s Open 2x Night Sprints Bronze (2015 4th)
Higher finishes for none medaling crews than 2015
Men’s Collegiate 8+
Women’s Open 2x
Shocker Rowing well represented at the regional and national level.
Several Shocker rowers were recently recognized by the American Collegiate Rowing
Association (ACRA) by being selected for regional and national awards.
In order to be eligible for ACRA All-Academic status the rower must have completed at least 60 hours of college classes and be scholastically a Junior or Senior at the conclusion of the Spring 2016 semester. First Team member have a cumulative GPA of 3.85 or above.
Second Team members have a cumulative GPA of 3.5-3.849.
First Team All Academic:
Second Team All Academic:
The ACRA selects both a men and a women's regional team consisting of a coxswain and eight rowers for each crew. Criteria used were: 2,000 meter testing scores, performance of their crew, career racing results, accomplishments and leadership withing their team, individual performances and coach recommendation. A maximum of five athletes from one institution may be selected to the crew.
Men's Regional Team:
Eric Gordon, forth year rower. It was his second year to be selected.
Women's Regional Team:
Melissa Daily, third year rower.
McKenna Douglass, second year rower and a 2015 Freshman All-American.
Kirsten Manson, third year rower and 2015 selectee.
Chelsea Pinkerton, third year coxswain and 2015 selectee.
Valan Polley, second year rower.
The ACRA selects both a men and women's All-American team, first/second/third, consisting of coxswain and eight rowers for each crew. There is also an All-Freshman crew of men and women. Criteria used were: 2,000 meter testing scores, performance of their crew, career racing results, accomplishments and leadership within their team, individual performances and coach recommendation. Selections were made by the ACRA Board of Directors.
Women's First Team:
McKenna Douglass, second year rower.
Chelsea Pinkerton, third year coxswain.
Women's All-Freshman Team: