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SARC Rowers in the News!
Congratulations to SARC Alum and current University of Wisconsin Lightweight Women's Crew member Jennifer Kish for helping to spear head the "Row for Ronald" ergathon which raised over $2,000 in its first year for the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Check out this link for more information: http://www.uwbadgers.com/sports/give-back/spec-rel/031213aab.html
Congratulations are in order for senior Jen Parker as she signs with University of Alabama Crew. Way to go Jen!
Congratulations are in order for senior Julia Neppl (pictured center) as she signs with Southern Methodist University Crew. Way to go!
Check out our Varsity Men's centerfold on Pages 20-21 of the December 2012 Rowing magazine!
CONGRATULATIONS to SARC Alum and current University of Washington Crew member Stephen Podwojski for being named to Rowing Magazine's "Top 20 Under 20: Rowing's Next Generation" List in the November 2012 Issue. Way to go Stephen!
USROWING ANNOUNCES 2012-13 SCHOLASTIC HONOR ROLL
Congratulations are in order to SARC rowers Jessica Hatch, Brendan Larkin and Mason Childress!
Hatch and Larkin have been named to the USRowing Scholastic Honor Roll, an honor earned by only 55 student-athletes nationwide. This honor roll recognizes high school seniors who have excelled in rowing and academics, are members of USRowing and have successfully competed at or above the regional level.
Childress has earned honorable mention honor roll recognition as one of only 73 student-athletes nationwide to do so.
SARC is one of only four rowing organizations to have three or more athletes earn this high honor. There were 224 nominations from 94 rowing organizations.
Way to go Jessica, Brendan and Mason!! SA, SA, Go SA!
Congratulations to the Class of 2012!
SARC rowers are off next year to row at the University of Wisconson-Madison, Hamilton College, West Virginia University, University of Delaware, and the University of Georgia.
What is Rowing All About Anyway?
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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....