Three NWC Student-Athletes named Pocock All-Americans by CRCA

Three NWC Student-Athletes named Pocock All-Americans by CRCA

HILLSBORO, Ore. – Three Northwest Conference student-athletes have been named Pocock All-Americans, the College Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) announced earlier this week 

Pacific Lutheran’s Hannah Peterson has been named to the first team, while teammate Madeline Woods and Puget Sound’s Alyssa Bebout received second team recognition.

Peterson and Bebout were also named All-Northwest Conference selections at the 2019 NWC Rowing Championship, where the Lutes claimed the title and the Loggers finished second. Pacific Lutheran finished the season ranked 10th nationally in the CRCA/USA Rowing Coaches poll, while Puget Sound ranked 14th.

In order to qualify for Pocock All-American, a student-athlete must meet all eligibility rules as defined by their institution. The student-athlete must have participated in at least 75% of all races during the current season (all races before and including May 20, 2019), and must have rowed at least 75% of the season’s races in the varsity boat (all race before and including May 20, 2019). The student-athlete must be nominated by her institution, and the head coach of the student-athlete’s institution must be a member in good standing of the CRCA.

For the complete CRCA release, click here.