CAMDEN, NJ – The Rutgers heavyweight crew continued its competition at the IRA National Collegiate Rowing Championships Friday, May 30, on the Cooper River, led by the ninth-ranked RU varsity eight’s sixth-place finish in its semifinal heat." />
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  • CAMDEN, NJ – The Rutgers heavyweight crew continued its competition at the IRA National Collegiate Rowing Championships Friday, May 30, on the Cooper River, led by the ninth-ranked RU varsity eight’s sixth-place finish in its semifinal heat.

    The Scarlet Knight varsity eight posted a time of 5:58.65. Rutgers has advanced to the Petite Final, which will begin at 1:21 p.m. on Saturday, May 31.

    Rutgers’ second varsity eight saw its season come to an end with a fifth-place finish (6:06.3) in the semifinals. The RU freshman four was second (6:48.24) in its repechage heat and will row in the Petite Final May 30 at 9:26 a.m.

    IRA Championships – Men’s Heavyweight Results
    Friday, May 30; Cooper River

    Varsity Eight Semifinal #1
    1. Harvard 5:39.82
    2. California 5:42.98
    3. Wisconsin 5:44.18
    4. Brown 5:45.66
    5. Temple 5:51.38
    6. Rutgers 5:58.65

    Second Varsity Eight Semifinal #3
    1. Navy 5:57.47
    2. Drexel 5:59.23
    3. Brown 6:01.26
    4. Dartmouth 6:01.77
    5. Rutgers 6:06.3
    6. Virginia 6:13.35

    Freshman Four Repechage Heat #2
    1. Temple 6:44.99
    2. Rutgers 6:48.24
    3. UCLA 6:51.13
    4. Cornell 6:54.06
    5. Penn 7:35.13

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