Rowing is a challenging sport both physically and mentally. By competing, our athletes build discipline, resilience and teamwork which help them excel in all areas of their lives.
Our programs are designed to take high schoolers from their first strokes to the highest levels of competition. No experience is necessary to join and we offer summer learn-to-row programs for those who want to try our sport before committing.
Whether new to rowing or an experienced rower meet our coaching team dedicated to helping you achieve your rowing potential.
The fall season is when most of our beginners join us and is marked by longer distance time trial racing. Beginners (novices) have their first races towards the end of the season.
During the winter we move our training indoors and condition ourselves in preparation for spring racing. We believe our winter training is integral to our spring success and highly encourage participation if rowers aren’t involved in another winter sport.
The spring season is when our biggest races happen. Races are sprints and occur side-by-side, unlike in the fall. Our main competitive goal is to qualify boats for Youth Nationals and then to perform well there.
While we do race in the summer, for us the focus is more on long-term development than short-term performance. This is also when we offer our learn-to-row programs.