Head Coach - John Bancheri, 9th year
- Team - Dad Vail Champs, ACRA Champs
- Varsity 8 - Dad Vail Champs, ACRA Champs
- 2nd Varsity 8 - ACRA Champs
- Novice 8 - Dad Vail Champs, ACRA Champs
Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 3
2014 Seniors - 7
2014 Outlook - “Graduating a handful of seniors makes you wonder who will step up and stand out to take on the new role of a leader. At GVSU we set a standard to see what student-athletes are willing to push the envelope and go the extra inch in all aspects of our club. It has been very encouraging to see our large number of sophomores and juniors do just that as they live up to the standards, and in some cases surpass, the skill and ability of those seniors we have graduated.
"Coming off of a very successful fall season, winning the Collegiate 8 at the Charles, and getting the mileage needed at our Winter Training Trip in small boats - we believe the power we are now developing indoors will help create the team depth we are looking for as we pull from the top and push from the bottom.
"As we enter our most challenging spring season to date, we are looking forward to a handful of early season races we have set up with Division I and II Varsity teams, along with testing our development at the premiere event, the Jessop-Whittier Cup at the San Diego Crew Classic. With hosting the 19th Lubbers Cup Regatta, we enter a new double-dual format, for the chance to get more head-to-head races in against some fast crews of the Mid-West. As we enter our championship regatta season, we hope to continue our streak of Grand Final performances at the Dad Vail Regatta. As for the ACRA National Championship where we have the chance to showcase our entire women’s program, we are striving to come home with the Overall Women’s Points Trophy, even with the increase of competition across the board in Club Rowing.”
-Assistant Coach Alyssa O'Donnell