Oklahoma City University Rowing, Georgia Tech Crew, Lincoln Park Boat Club, OKC Riversport Take Hooch Honors,

Sunday, November 03, 2013

Oklahoma City University Rowing finished on top in college team points at the Head of the Hooch regatta held in Chattanooga over the weekend.

The Georgia Tech Crew was tops in ACC team points.

Lincoln Park Boat Club won in club team points, while OKC Riversport finished on top in youth team points.

College Team Points
Oklahoma City University Rowing 360
Florida Institute of Technology 244
Georgia Tech Crew 176
University of Virginia Rowing Association 170
The University of Tulsa Women’s Rowing 169
ACC Team Points
Georgia Tech Crew 176
University of Virginia Rowing Association 170
University of Miami Crew 152
Clemson University Rowing Association 82
Florida State University 16
NCSU Crew 16
Club Team Points
Lincoln Park Boat Club 169
Masters Coaching 164
Western Reserve Rowing Association 140
Ridley Graduate Boat Club 122
Austin Rowing Club 113
Youth Team Points
OKC Riversport 416
Belen Jesuit Prep.
School
312
St. Louis Rowing Club 232
Miami Rowing and Watersports Center 231
Texas Rowing Center 228

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