Make sure to check out the newest issue of our newsletter to catch up on whats been going on this winter.
2013 Colonial Erg Sprints
Results are now posted.
Thank you to all the teams and athletes that came out and make the event a success. We look forward to an even bigger and better event next year.
WMRC Summer Camp Registration is open. Sign up now!
Head of the Hooch 2012!
Results are posted under the "Results" page!
BATTLE of the BOATHOUSE!
For Homecoming celebrations this year, William and Mary Rowing celebrated its first annual Battle of the Boathouse, a bracket-type race inviting alumni back to take on current rowers.
This years winners were a mixed boat of alumni and team members, going to show that a healthy cooperation always wins the races!
Thank you to all alumni who showed up, for your participation, support, and all the pictures that you brought with you. Great memories were shared, and great memories will surely be made!
Results are now posted for the Occoquan Challenge and the Head of the Charles! Click HERE to see them! To see information and photos from Boston, click on this link HERE! Row Tribe! Unfortunately, due to inclement weather caused by Hurricane Sandy, the Head of the Lafayette was cancelled.
Chick Chase is a Success!
Thank you to Old Dominion University for coming out to the races, and to all of our parents and visitors giving support for the Tribe!
William & Mary Rowing Club
Welcomes Two New Coaches!
The Tribe Crew welcome Jason Mitchell as the new Program Director and Varsity Coach, and Graham Ludmer as a new Varsity Coach.
Read more about them on the Bios page.
ACRA National Champs!
Sophomores Ashley Koontz (left) and Charlotte Dobry (right) took gold and bronze in the Women's 1x event at the ACRA National Championship Regatta over the weekend of May 26-27! The Men's Lightweight Varsity 4+ wins bronze and the Women's Varsity 4+ places fourth in the country!
Chick Chase and Boathouse Dedication a Success
Thanks to everyone that came out to watch our first regatta of the season and to
help us properly dedicate the Tack Family Boathouse. William & Mary had
a strong showing in the morning, winning the Men's Varsity 8+,
Women's Varsity 8+, Men's Novice 8+, Women's Novice 8+, Men's Varsity 4+
and Women's Novice 4+. Congrats to all those who
won the various items of the raffle, including the naming
rights to the Pocock 8+ and the three bays of the Boathouse.
Check out Boathouse construction pics! https://picasaweb.google.com/williamandmarycrew/Day1?authkey=Gv1sRgCISH086CrZbV5QE#
Stay tuned for information on our Boathouse dedication and alumni weekend to be scheduled this fall.
The William and Mary Rowing Club travelled to Philadelphia, PA to compete in the Dad Vails Regatta. Click here for full details and results.
The team travelled to Richmond, VA for the third annual Rocketts Landing regatta. Squads raced to victory in multiple events. Click here for full results.
Can't make it the first annual William and Mary Rowing Club banquet? There will be a live feed so you don't miss any of the action! Click here for full coverage.
WMRC challenged its toughest competition of the season in Oak Ridge, Tennessee at the
Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association regatta over the weekend. Click here for race details and results.
The William and Mary Rowing Club travelled to Sandy Run Regional Park to compete in the
Occoquan Sprints. Click here for race details and results.
It was a triumphant day for William and Mary Rowing as they took on Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA and seized the Ivy Hills Cup.
The William and Mary Rowing Club kicked off the Spring racing season on Friday on the Chickahominy River.
This weekend the team competed at home in the Colonial Erg Sprints.
Competitors were bested, and personal bests were set. Full results are here.
This past week has seen the team come back from winter break and hit their workouts with renewed vigor. We've posted our spring racing schedule, have opened up registration for this summer's William and Mary Rowing Camp, and couldn't be more excited for both of them. ALSO, we have added a Twitter Account for the team for you all to follow and learn about important regatta (and other updates!) @WMRowing. Onwards and upwards!
All results from this fall have been updated. We'd like to congratulate all William and Mary rowers, coxswains, coaches, and Parents (thank you for the food and support!) on a wonderful and succesful fall season. Now the team begins to turn its focus to indoor practices, as the gear up for spring racing begins.
This weekend the Women's Varsity 8+ is traveling to NoVa to race at the Occoquan Chase, while the Men's Varsity 8+ is tuning up for the Head of the Charles next weekend. The women's results will be posted post haste, and a few videos of the men practicing this morning are posted on the right.
William and Mary Rowing would like to welcome all William and Mary Rowing Parents to campus this weekend! We will be hosting parents at our rowing site on the Chickahominy River for a rowers/coach meet and greet from 8am-9am on Saturday morning, directly following our tuneup practice and trailer loading for Sunday's regatta in northern Virginia. For directions to our rowing site, visit the Chickahominy Riverfront Park website. Once inside the park, just follow the road for 1/2 mile until it ends, and you'll be there (note: if lost, open the window and try to smell the coffee and donuts we'll have waiting for you). We hope to see you all waterside!
Interested in attending Sunday's Occoquan Challenge Regatta? Check out the regatta's website for the schedule of events, or Sandy Run Regional Park to get directions there.
Have questions not answered on our website? Feel free to contact Program Director Jason Mitchell or President Logan Ferrell.