The Varsity Rowing Program is part of the RRCMN Juniors division and offers a year round program for grades 7 to 12. The program includes competitive fall, spring and summer seasons as well as a winter conditioning program. Unlike many sports, you can start rowing at any age (11+) and be successful. To join the Varsity Team, rowers must be dedicated and have a desire to excel on the water. Advancing from Junior Varsity to the Varsity team is a decision made by the athlete, parents, and coaches. Any questions regarding the varsity team can be directed to Coach Andrew
Monday - Friday: 4:15 - 6:15 pm
Saturday: 10 am-Noon
The club utilizes multiple payment mechanisms. Training fees are collected on-line through Sports Engine (this website) to facilitate additional documentation requirements. Regatta fees are collected via credit card to reduce processing fees charged to the club.
Training Fee: $435 payable on Sports Engine. The Training fee covers coaching, facilities, equipment, and supplies. This fee is non-refundable.
Regatta fees: collected per event. Fees cover coaching, team and racing shell transportation, team lodging, and supplies/food during the regatta. Currently scheduled regatta dates can be found on our events calendar. Please contact coach with any questions.
Training Fee: TBD
Begins: January 3rd
Location: Silver Lake Firehouse
Time: Full Schedule: Mon-Fri: 4:15-6:00pm, Sat: 10-Noon
Partial Schedule: Wed, Fri: 4:15-6:00pm, Sat: 10-Noon
The Rochester Rowing Club strives to keep dues as minimal as possible while maintaining excellent staff and good equipment. We have bench-marked other sports and found that RRC continues to be one of the best sports values in the region. In addition to dues, we are dependent on the wonderful generosity of our parents and others to keep our budget balanced and to meet the growing demands for equipment and coaches. RRCMN offers payment plans and scholarships to help with the cost.
RRC has continued rowing in one-person boats and bundling up as the weather gets colder. The Adult Team is organizing a competition dubbed the Double-Headed Goose for Saturday morning, October 24. Once it gets too dark and too cold to row, we'll take a break and then gear up for indoor winter training.