2021 NCAA Rowing Championships

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UPDATE: Nathan Benderson Park will re-open to spectators at 12 p.m. (Noon). The Division I I Eight Grand Final will commence at 12:40 p.m.

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Due to predicted weather, today's race schedule has been updated. 
Sunday, May 30
9 a.m. - Division I Fours D Final (places 19-22)
9:08 a.m. - Division I Fours C Final (places 13-18)
9:16 a.m. - Division I II Eights D Final (places 19-22)
9:24 a.m. - Division I II Eights C Final (places 13-18)
9:32 a.m. - Division I I Eights D Final (places 19-22)
9:40 a.m. - Division I I Eights C Final (places 13-18)
9:48 a.m. - Division II Fours Grand Final (places 1-3)
9:56 a.m. - Division II Eights Grand Final (places 1-3)
10:04 a.m. - Division I Fours Petite Grand Final (places 7-12)
10:12 a.m. - Division I Fours Grand Final (places 1-6)
10:20 a.m. - Division I II Eights Petite Final (places 7-12)
10:28 a.m. - Division I II Eights Grand Final (places 1-6)
10:36 a.m. - Division I I Eights Petite Final (places 7-12)
*12:40 p.m. - Division I I Eights Grand Final (places 1-6)* 

NCAA Rowing Championships COVID-19 Protocols

NCAA Announcement regarding attendance and masking

Know when to quarantine. Attending a large gathering or event increases your chance of being in close contact with people outside your household and being exposed to COVID-19. If you had close contact with people you don’t live with:

  • Stay home for 14 days after your last contact with a person who has COVID-19.
  • Watch for fever (100.4°F), cough, shortness of breath, or other symptoms of COVID-19.
  • If possible, stay away from others, especially people who are at higher risk for getting very sick from COVID-19.

People who have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 are not required to quarantine if they have been fully vaccinated against the disease and show no symptoms.

The following rules must be followed at all times by fans and spectators while in attendance at an NCAA Championships®  event.

  • Face Coverings: A face covering must be worn at all times.
  • Physical Distancing: Practice physical distancing and remain 6 feet apart.
  • Seating Areas: Remain in your seating pod area to ensure physical distancing from other groups. Note: For bleacher seating, stickers have been attached where spectators may sit.
  • No Interaction: Interactions with student-athletes, coaches, team personnel and officials are strictly prohibited.
  • Arrive Prepared: Review venue health and safety guidelines prior to arrival.
Failure to comply with these rules may results in ejection from the event and venue.

  2021 NCAA Rowing Championships Ticket Information

Purchase Tickets

Any spectator entering the competition site must have a ticket (children age two and under are admitted free with a paying adult) for the point during competition at which he or she arrives.

Non-permissible Items:
- Coolers
- Tents
- Dogs
- Noisemakers
- Artificial noisemakers of any kind, megaphones used for distraction, air horns, electronic instruments, inflatable noisemakers, etc., are not permissible.

2021 NCAA Rowing Championships Selection Information

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  • The 2021 NCAA Rowing Division III Championship field was announced on Tuesday, May 11.
  • The 2021 NCAA Rowing Division II Championship field was announced on Monday, May 17.
  • The 2021 NCAA Rowing Division I Championship field was announced on Tuesday, May 18.


Nathan Benderson Park


Located in Sarasota, Florida, Nathan Benderson Park (NBP) is a unique 600-acre community park slated to become North America’s premier 2,000-meter sprint rowing course and Regatta Center.
One of a handful of sites in the United States identified as having all of the natural attributes that make up a world class rowing and recreational facility, Nathan Benderson Park began hosting organized regatta competitions in 2009.

Nathan Benderson Park served as the host of the 2018 NCAA DI, DII and DIII Rowing Championships. The facility will also host the 2022 NCAA Championships.
Address: 5851 Nathan Benderson Circle, Sarasota, FL 34235

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