All our rowers have had prior competitive rowing experience and are committed to improving their fitness and rowing skills.

Many of our U19 rowers are current high school rowers who will row in open-weight classes.
    - Junior B (turning 16 or less in current calendar year) 
    - Junior A (turning 18 or less or full-time high school student in current calendar year)
There are no lightweight Junior A or B classes at Club Nationals or the Canadian Henley.  Lightweight rowers will row in the open-weight classes or "row up" in the Intermediate lightweight races.

The U23 rowers are current collegiate rowers who participate in our summer program in order to stay fit, competitive and improve their technique. We have both open-weight and lightweight U23 rowers.

What programs do our rowers come from?

Our rowers come from many of the local high school rowing teams, various club programs in and around the greater Boston area, and competitive collegiate programs around the country. For example in recent years they have come from...  

  • Deerfield Academy 
  • ​Groton School
  • Newton Country Day School
  • Noble and Greenough School
  • Northfield Mount Hermon
  • Phillips Exeter Academy
  • Saint Mark's School
  • ​Saint Paul's School
  • The Winsor School 
  • Boston University
  • Bates College
  • Harvard University
  • Tufts University
  • Wesleyan University

...and where do they go?

Our alumni have gone on to row in some of the best collegiate programs in the country, many of these programs qualifying annually for NCAA Women's Championships... 

  • Boston University
  • Brown University
  • Bucknell University
  • Dartmouth College
  • Harvard-Radcliffe Openweights and Lightweights 
  • Princeton University
  • Stanford University Lightweights
  • Syracuse University 
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Wisconsin Lightweights
  • Wesleyan University 
  • Yale University​
  • The US Rowing Team at World Rowing U23 Championships