2018 Outlook - "A motivated group of athletes continues to strive for personal growth and development in a lean year. With just one eight of varsity and one novice eight, we continue to put the focus on technical and fitness improvements."
-Head Coach Chris Rinaldo
2017 Outlook - "A significant increase in retention has resulted in a doubling of team size compared with the past two years. This, combined with a strong culture of commitment, and dedication to high standards continues to push the team to higher levels of performance and achievement. We are looking forward to putting our high altitude training to the test this spring across the nation, with our ultimate focus being the ACRA Nationals."
-Head Coach Chris Rinaldo
2015 Outlook - "The Colorado women are in a position to field an eight of true varsity this year and they are an incredibly excited, talented and committed group of athletes. The novice have stepped up as well and are in a position to develop some spectacular rowers in the coming spring season. Our main goal is to take our eight through the season all the way to the Grand Final at ACRA Nationals and make a mark on the collegiate rowing community, an event we have not fielded an entry in since 2010."
2013 Outlook - "The University of Colorado Women are dedicated, enthusiastic, and committed to pursuing their athletic potential and passion for rowing- we look forward to an exciting year."
2015 Outlook - "The Colorado Men currently have the largest program in team history and are looking to use this size to promote competition, speed, and camaraderie to drive our boats down the course. With the help of our largest spring freshman class to date, the team hopes to build a foundation that will support our program as it climbs back into a strong, competitive standing. After taking hardware home against a a few strong ACRAs crews this fall, the men are about to emerge from five months of indoor cross training on the erg to row on the close-to-freezing Boulder Reservoir. If the right work is put in between now and ACRAs, we plan to see ourselves as a competitive petite crew at Nationals, laying the groundwork to become a Grands level program in years to come."
-Head Coach Chris Francklyn
2013 Outlook - "Colorado's Varsity Men are anchored by 3 four year rowers and 4 graduating seniors. They are striving for their best spring racing in 3 seasons.The Novice Men have the largest and fastest class in recent team history and are aiming to climb into the top 10 of Novice Collegiate Club Racing this spring."