Womens Heavyweight 4+ Head of Trent Regatta

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. – The Western women and Brock men were crowned the 2014 Ontario University Athletics rowing champions at the St. Catharines Henley Island, Saturday.

McGill had a disappointing day, winning only one silver in the women’s lightweight single sculls and three bronze medals on the men’s side, in the lightweight single sculls, the  heavyweight doubles and lightweight eight.

The Western women dominated the 14-team competition for the second straight year, finishing with 532 points to hoist the Mrs. W. Lathrop Challenge Trophy for the 23rd time in the program’s history.

Queens finished second overall with 326 points and Brock was third with 167.
The Mustangs women won six of the eight events, including the lightweight single sculls, doubles, fours and eights. They also claimed victory in the heavyweight fours and eights. 
Queen’s captured gold in the women’s heavy pairs and Laurentian was victorious in the women’s heavy single sculls.
The Brock men (410) finished 38 points ahead of second-place Western (372) and third-place Queens (201), raising the P.C. Fitz-James Trophy for their 10th OUA title in school history. 
The host Brock Badgers captured three gold in total, winning the lightweight fours and eighhs in addition to the heavy fours. 
The Western men finished with two gold, winning the heavy eights and heavy pairs.
Carleton took home gold in both the men’s lightweight pairs and single sculls, while Queen’s won the men’s heavyweight single sculls. 
OUA Major Awards 

OUA Female Athlete of the Year – Jill Moffat (Western)

OUA Male Athlete of the Year – Matthew Fournier (Carleton)

OUA Men’s Coach of the Year – Ed Fournier (Carleton)

OUA Women’s Coach of the Year – Stu McKenzie (Ottawa)

OUA Novice Men’s Coach of the Year – John Lewis (Western)

OUA Novice Women’s Coach of the Year – Daren Barber, Terry Kelly (Trent)

Men’s Final Standings 

1. Brock (410 pts)

2. Western (372 pts)

3. Queens (201 pts) 

Women’s Final Standings 

1. Western (532 pts)

2. Queens (326 pts)

3. Brock (167 pts)