The Junior Program at The Saugatuck Rowing Club was started in 1993. Since then numerous young athletes have not only experienced successful junior rowing careers but have been sought out by top universities, including Harvard, Brown, UPenn, Princeton, Columbia, Dartmouth, Cornell, Yale, Georgetown, University of California at Berkley, University of Wisconsin, University of Virginia, University of Michigan, Wesleyan and Hobart. Several of our athletes have also gone on to represent the United States at the Junior, Under 23, and Senior World Championships as well as the Olympic Games. Most recently Lucas Manning (’15) and Oliver Bub (’15) represented the USA in the 2- at the 2015 Junior World Rowing Championships. Max Meyer-Bosse (’11) raced in the USA 8+ at the 2015 and 2013 Under 23 World Rowing Championships, Nick Lacava (’05) raced in the Lightweight 4- at the 2012 Olympics Games and Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss (’00) raced the pair to a 6th place finish at the 2008 Olympic Games. In 2015 we also saw our Girls Varsity 8+ win the San Diego Crew Classic, Youth National Championships, Club National Championships and the Head of the Charles.
The Saugatuck Rowing Club’s Junior Program is open to both boys and girls ages 12-18. Practices in the spring, summer and fall seasons consist of both water and land training while the winter season is completely indoors. In all seasons, young athletes learn the importance of teamwork while having fun, meeting new friends, and developing competence in the sport of rowing.
SRC’s goal is to enable all interested young people to reach their maximum potential, for both recreational and competitive rowing. For that reason, participants in the Junior Program need not be the children of members, though members’ children have priority if there is a wait list.
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Mary Green, SRC Junior Program Coordinator, can be contacted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org