About The William & Mary Rowing Club
The crew here at William and Mary is, and has always been, an entirely student run organization. All recruiting, event planning, travel plans, fundraising, and purchases have been weighed and decided upon by the students within the crew. They even decide upon who they wish to hire as coaches, and who they will trust to steer the direction of the program to even further success. Behind each coach was a group of caring full time students also working hard to keep this great organization running. The student athletes of the William & Mary Rowing Club dedicate their time to competing and excelling in a sport they love, while adhering to the high academic standards of the College. Through rowing, the club's members build important traits that they will carry with them long after their last strokes on the Chickahominy River.
The purpose of this organization shall be to successfully compete in the sport of rowing, while developing sportsmanship and teamwork in the spirit of the liberal arts education which the College of William and Mary espouses.
Spring 2015 Regattas and Events
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The team will travel up to Northern Virginia on 3/28 in the late afternoon, spend the night in the D.C. area and race at the Occoquan River on the 3/29.
The team will travel to Oak Ridge, Tennessee to compete in this regional championship regatta. The team will be leaving on the morning of 4/17, and will race on 4/18-4/19, returning to campus late in the evening on 4/19.
The team will take a day trip up to Richmond to compete in this regatta hosted by VCU.
The team will leave early in the morning on 5/7 to drive up to the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, PA for racing on 5/8-5/9. This is the first of the teams two major championship regattas.
The team will leave on 5/22 to travel to Gainesville, GA for this premiere collegiate championship regatta. Racing will happen from 5/23-5/24.