The Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau in partnership with the Cincinnati USA Sports Commission (funded by the Cincinnati USA Convention and Visitors Bureau) were selected to host the 2024 NCAA Division I, II- and III-Women’s Rowing Championships when the Association announced more than 450 selections of host sites for preliminary rounds and final sites of predetermined championships in Divisions I, II and III, with most to be held from 2022-23 through 2025-26.
The NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships are held during the same weekend at the same site with all three divisions competing amongst their own division. Currently, the Division I Championship provides for a field of 22 teams as defined by two Eight boats and a Four boat. In Division II, there will be six teams, as defined by an Eight boat and a Four boat. In Division III, there will be eight teams, defined by two Eight boats. Division I and Division II competition is held Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, while Division III competition is held Friday and Saturday. A Championship banquet with over 1,000 attendees will be held on Thursday prior to the event.
“The NCAA Women’s Championships adds another great chapter to Clermont County’s storied history in the sport of rowing in America,” said Jeff Blom, President of the Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau. “Last year, we hosted the USRowing Championships on
“We could not be more thrilled to be hosting the 2024 NCAA Championship for Women’s Rowing here in Clermont County,” said Lauren Baston, Director of Sports and Events at the Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau. “The Clermont County Convention and Visitors Bureau and Cincinnati USA Sports Commission worked diligently to put together an extremely competitive bid for the event that showcased all the amenities at East Fork and the beautiful racecourse on Harsha Lake. We look forward to sharing the course and our community with some of the best collegiate rowing athletes in the country.”
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