Attitude is Critical in Recruiting

A positive attitude is very important throughout the rowing recruiting process and a negative attitude will be noticed by a college coach and may be cause for concern. Coaches are aware that one person’s attitude can influence others on the team-both positively and negatively. Be the person who will be a positive influence on others. It […]

Rowing Division I is a Serious Commitment

To row on a Division I team takes time and commitment. All Division I teams work hard but college coaches who want to move up in the rankings are working their teams harder than ever. Rowers must stay fit which may mean training on their own in addition to team practice. It is important for […]

Recruiting strategy is different for different recruits

We have found that student athletes who manage the recruiting process the best are realistic about their goals. These students create a “deep” list with respect to both academics and athletics. At Rower’s Edge, we believe that academics “trump” (no pun intended) athletics and that student athletes often find it helpful to search for the […]

Know the rules if you consider transfering

The decision to transfer school can be complicated. Athletes may transfer schools but must follow guidelines which may result in not competing for a period of time. http://www.thedp.com/article/2016/02/penn-athletics-transfers