2016 Outlook - "We’re excited about the upcoming season. The current sophomores and freshmen have made a strong impact already, and we have had outstanding leadership from our juniors and seniors this year. We look forward to seeing what they can do when they get the opportunity to square off against our competitors. We’re looking to improve on last year’s performances and put our boats back in contention at the sharp end of the A Finals, rather than the bottom end where we were last year. Early season indicators (Head of the Charles, Tail of the Charles, internal testing) show that we should be competitive, but there is still much work to do, and the team is looking forward to progressing as a unit right the way through to the final race of the season against Yale."
-Head Coach Charley Butt
2014 Outlook - "After a good fall campaign the winter has progressed smoothly with solid training from the entire team, from the Frosh squad to Varsity. We hope to be competitive with our league opponents and build speed though the Spring Season and into the June Harvard/Yale Race."
-Head Coach Charley Butt
Varsity 8: 2nd at Sprints, 5th at IRA's. Undefeated dual race season
2nd Varsity 8: 5th at Sprints, 5th at IRA's
Freshmen 8: 2nd at Sprints, 2nd at IRA's
3rd Varsity: 2nd at Sprints
Varsity 4: 5th at IRA's
Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 5
2010 Seniors - 13
2010 Outlook - "We expect to put four strong varsity crews and two strong freshman crews on the water and expect that all of the crews will be very competitive throughout the season. The squads have trained hard throughout the fall and winter and are looking forward to the spring races."
-Head Coach Harry Parker
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2016 Outlook - "We have a big and strong sophomore and freshman group combined with the experience and leadership of the juniors and seniors. We work hard every day to maximize our potential and are looking forward to our racing season. We will be on the road a lot, with every race being away."
-Head Coach Michiel Bartman
While USRowing maintains a strong and long tradition of rewarding excellence in rowing, 2013 marks the third year that the rowing community will be invited to participate by nominating and voting for their favorite athletes and coaches of the year through the third annual USRowing "Fan's Choice" Awards. Vote now! more