Welcome to Saint Andrew Rowing Club

Established in 1988, by the Georgia Tech rowing program, SA is a program dedicated to instructing and training the best youth rowers in the metro Atlanta area. SA rowers excel as athletes and individuals and have successfully competed at major regional and national USRowing championships, which has enabled a number of its rowers to earn scholarships and positions on the premiere collegiate rowing teams in the United States. SA also provides athletes new to the sport with opportunities to join its novice rowing and introductory/competitive sculling squads and to participate in summer learn to row camps.

SA Junior Development Camp, Summer 2016

After such a successful trip to Daytona Beach, Florida last summer, this year's group looked to attain similar success.  Our 18 campers were considerably younger than last year, with six of our campers coming out of our Intro program.  Despite this, the SA team finished second in overall points at the 20th Annual Halifax Regatta.

SA Rowers Compete at USRowing Club Nationals in Bethel, Ohio

Rowers from SA's men's and women's squads completed in various time trial and semi final sweeping and sculling events at Club Nationals, placing as high as 10th in the U19 single. 

SA Rowing Article Featured in the Georgia Bulletin

SA rowers and coaches were interviewed and pictured in a feature article in the Georgia bulletin, the newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta.  The article describes the special relationship between the St. Andrew Rowing Club and parish, asks rowers what drew them in, and lets coaches explain their mission of building teams and helping kids improve.

 

http://georgiabulletin.org/news/2016/06/unique-club-introduces-youth-intense-beautiful-sport-rowing/

SA Picture Day

It was perfect weather for team pictures today.  Thank you to photographer Karen Ryan for all her help.

Tough Weather and Fierce Competition Were on Display At USRowing National Championships

The SA Women's 2x (Riley Kerber and Emily Aimes) battled inclement weather and the best youth crews in the country to finish second in the C- final.

Great Racing by SA at the USRowing Southeast Youth Championships

SA rowers raced competitively against the top clubs in the southeast and qualified the Women's 2x for the USRowing Youth National Championships in June.

SA Has A Strong Showing at the Dogwood Regatta

At the Dogwood Regatta in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, the SA men and women combined to medal in a total of 17 events! Congratulations to our rowers, coaches and parents on such an outstanding team performance.

SA Varsity Women Race in New Jersey

After a stop at Boathouse Row in Philadelphia, select SA varsity women's crews raced at the Mercer Lake Sprints Regatta against some of the fastest teams in the U.S.

SA Rowers "Run the River"

SA rowers raced and volunteered at the "Homestretch Run", which raises money to provide housing and life skills training to local homeless families.

SA has a Blustery Day at Clemson Sprints!

Despite sunny, but super windy conditions that caused the cancellation of the afternoon racing, the SA rowers raced well and even finished ahead of some collegiate teams in certain races.

SA Hosts over 1500 Rowers at the John Hunter Regatta

The 2016 JHR saw 37 college and youth teams compete at the Lake Lanier Olympic Venue over the two-day event.  The regatta was a major success due to great weather and all of our amaing SA volunteers!

Fall 2016 Practice Schedules

Novice and Varsity Fall Season 2016 begins August 15th

Competitive Intro Sculling Fall Season begins September 6th

Recreational Intro Sculling Fall Season begins September 20th

Varsity Women M Tu W Th F 4:30p - 7:00p  
  Sa 7:30a - 10:30a  
       
Varsity Men M Tu W Th F 4:30p - 7:00p

 

  Sa 7:00a - 10:00a  
       
Novice Women M Tu Th F 4:30p - 7:00p  
  Sa 7:30a - 10:30a  
       
Novice Men M Tu Th F 4:30 - 7:00p  
  Sa 7:00a - 10:00a  
       

Comp Intro

Sculling

Tu W Th 5:00p - 7:00p  
       
Rec Intro
Sculling
Tu W Th 5:00p - 7:00p  

What is Rowing All About Anyway?

Why is rowing such an exclusive sport?  Because not just anyone can rise to the level of performance required to be a competition rower!  Thanks to an SARC alum (now rowing for lightweight men's at Princeton) who is creative with videography, the video below is presented to you....

2016 Fall Calendar

 

 

AUGUST

 

8/15 - 4:30pm Practice Starts

           (Sweep crews only)

 

8/20 - Mandatory parent mtg

          10:00 am

          SA Boathouse

 

8/27 - Bring a Friend to Row

          11:00 am

 

 

SEPTEMBER

 

9/6 -  5:00 pm Practice Starts

         (Competitive sculling crews)

 

9/20 - 5:00 pm Practice Starts

         (Intro sculling crews)

 

 

OCTOBER

 

10/8 - Chattanooga Head Race

          Chattanooga, TN

 

10/22-23 - Head of the Charles

          Boston, MA

          (Select crews only)

 

10/29-30 - Head of the Schuylkill

         Philadelphia, PA

         (Select crews only)

 

 

NOVEMBER

 

11/4-6 - Head of the Hooch

             Chattanooga, TN

 

11/12 - Head of the South

            Augusta, GA

 

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Where to Find Us

675 Riverside Road

Roswell, GA  30075

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 500065

Atlanta, GA  31150

 

Information Hotline:

770-676-CREW

             -2739
Email:
coach@standrewrowing.com

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