What We Do
Parent of a Student-athlete at Trinity
Our family has thoroughly enjoyed using Rowers Edge to help our son apply to colleges with rowing programs. We found Gail and Maura were extremely knowledgeable about the various types of rowing programs and schools. They were quick to respond to any questions we had, and always had answers to our questions. Gail and Maura were excellent resources also, helping us to locate professionals who could assist our son with his individual needs, such as nutrition and training advice. The college search process is a difficult one, and we found that Rowers Edge helped to guide our son in exploring various options and scenarios that he might encounter during his college and rowing program search. We would highly recommend them, and could not have been happier with the individual attention we were given, and the level of knowledge and honesty that Rowers Edge provided us.
Parent of Student-athlete at Brown University
The recruiting process is not straight forward. Rower’s Edge gave us important information at critical decision making moments during the entire process. Understanding what coaches are looking for enabled my daughter to throughly prepare for her visits. Maura was instrumental in insuring communication to coaches was completed in a timely fashion. She was unfailingly supportive of our daughter and made herself available to us when we had questions. Utilizing Rower’s Edge consulting services … definitely helped my daughter to be recruited to her first choice college.
Parent of Student-athlete at Yale
Gail and Maura scheduled calls around our availability and we were amazed at how responsive and flexible they were to our needs. Gail’s assistance was invaluable, especially when it came to trying to figure out our son’s chances of securing a spot in one of the top three programs in which he had the greatest interest. Gail and Maura helped our son with each step in the process: from initial communication with coaches at the schools to the all important final days in when our son had to navigate official visits and finally, multiple offers.