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Rowing can open the door to college for hard working high school students

A hardy band of high school students, many of whom initially did not know how to swim, may get into college by rowing on the waters of New York City   A hardy band of high school students, many of whom initially did not know how to swim, may get into college by rowing on […]

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New Recruiting Critical Dates

Recent NCAA Rules have been adopted which change dates for recruiting.  This allows recruits to begin communication with coaches as early as June 15th after sophomore year in high school. Below are specific dates for coach contact and face to face meetings. Correspondence/Private message: 6/15 after sophomore year Incoming/outgoing calls: 6/15 after sophomore year Unofficial/Official […]

Young Recruits

Recruiting of student athletes in middle school and early in high school  is problematic on many levels.   https://www.bostonglobe.com/magazine/2019/05/15/how-young-too-young-recruit-kids-for-college-teams/A24Sn623ZlxSwefNzlAo6J/story.html  

“Walking On” to a college rowing team

Princetonian newspaper explains what it mean to be a  “walk on” as well as  how rosters are created for both Men’s and Women’s heavy/open weight and lightweight teams.   http://www.dailyprincetonian.com/article/2019/04/the-walk-on-contribution