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.

Fall Registration - Open Now!

SA at the East Cobber Festival

SA sponsored a successful booth at the East Cobber Festival on Saturday, September 12.   The festival followed the annual East Cobb Parade, which is the largest parade in East Cobb.  An estimated 10,000 people attended. 


This festival enabled us to put SA in the spotlight and let people know what a great Club we have!  Interest in SA was high, and we received a number of hard leads.  Several are already planning to join our Club. 


This is the first of many events we will participate in to gain visibility for SA, and recruit new rowers.  We need all the help we can get to grow our club.  Please think about what you could do to help in this effort.  Some particular needs we have are:

  • Volunteers who have a truck or van to pack up the erg, tent, tables, etc. from SA and bring to recruiting events; help with set-up and tear down. This is typically on a Saturday. 
  • Volunteers to sponsor a SA booth or table at each of our schools.  We have a display, flyers, etc. for you to use. 

If you can help, please contact Donna Strong



SA Press Coverage!

Check out this newpaper article highlighting the summer accomplishments of our SA rowers!



SA Summer Daytona Regatta Results

SA HEADLINER From Daytona: 


The SA Summer Daytona Regatta is one for the record books: out of 31 total team events the SA combined men's & women's summer intensive camp group (17 total) medaled in 24 different events (10 gold, 7 silver, 7 bronze); with each participant taking home anywhere from 2 to 6 medals. This performance was an incredible display of our athlete's focused training, dedication and passion to compete over the 4 week development camp. The SA squad finished tied second in overall team points! We just missed the trophy by a handful of points to one of the two teams with much bigger squads. They say the proof is in the picture - congratulations to all the athletes for delivering an awesome showing.

Go SA!


Men's Novice 1x - Spencer B
Womens novice 1x - Gillian B
Women's Lightweight 1x - Kenzie F
Womens Open 1x - Isabel C
Men's 2x - Brice H, Spencer B
Mixed 2x - Laura N, Spencer B 
Mixed Novice 2x - Edmund L, Kenzie F
Men's Varsity 4+ - Leafia S (cox), Brice H, Jerome Y, Garrett S, Harrison L
Women's Varsity 4+ - Rachel K (cox), Stephanie P, Gillian B, Jenny Z, Peyton F
Women's Open 8+ - Rachel K (cox), Laura N, Madison B, Stephanie P, Gillian B, Jenny Z, Isabel C, Kenzie F, Peyton F

Women's 2- - Stephanie P, Gillian B
Men's Novice 1x - Brice H
Women's Novice 1x - Laura N
Women's Lightweight 1x - Madison B
Mixed Novice 2x - Peyton F, Nick P
Men's Lightweight 1x - Spencer B
Mixed Novice 4+ - Rachel K (cox), Laura N, Nick P, Edmund L, Jenny Z

Women's 4x - Stephanie P, Jenny Z, Peyton F, Kenzie F
Men's 1x - Jerome Y
Women's Novice 1x - Stephanie P
Men's 2- - Edmund L, Nick P
Women's 2x - Madison B, Kenzie F
Mixed 8+ - Leafia S (cox), Stephanie P, Gillian B, Jerome Y, Brice H, Garrett S, Harrison L, Madison B, Isabel C
Women's 4x - Laura N, Gillian B, Isabel C, Madison B

USRowing Club Nationals Update

In the Women's U19 4+, the US Juniors Winter High Performance Camp C 4+ (featuring SA rower Riley Kerber) came in an impressive 6th place in a field of 50 in the time trial.  They rowed again in the semifinal on Saturday.  The top two from each semi advanced to the final.  While their boat had the 5th best time overall, they were third in their semi and so did not advance.  Riley placed 3rd in her semis for the B 8+ and the E 2- as well.

In the Men's U19 1x, SA Rower Dylan Tanasijevich finished a solid 25th in a field of 48, with the top 21 advancing to the Semifinal.


Congratulations to our SA rowers! 

Congratulations SA Varsity Women Rowers

Congratulations to the SA Women's Varsity 4x-quad for taking fourth place in the "C" Finals at the 2015 USRowing Youth Nationals in Sarasota, Florida.

Also, congratulations to SA women's varsity rower Riley Kerber for being selected to attend the USRowing High Performance Camp in Connecticut to train and compete at the USRowing Club Nationals near Cincinnati in mid-July.

Important! Update to Regatta Transportation Policy

Any rower who will not be riding on the team bus, either to or from any Regatta where buses are provided, must turn in a completed "Travel Exception Form".  The form is available on the member page.


The form must be given to their coach at least one week prior to the Regatta.

Fall 2015 Practice Schedules

Novice and Varsity Fall Season 2015 begins August 17th

Competitive Intro Fall Season begins September 8th

Recreational Intro Fall Season begins September 15th

Varsity Women Tu W Th F 4:30p - 7:00p (add Monday 9/28)
  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 (starting 9/26)
Novice Men M Tu Th F 4:30 - 7:00p  
  Sa 7:00a - 10:00a  

Comp Intro


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

Recreational Intro Fall Season ends November 19th

Competitive Intro Fall Season begins November 19th


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....

2015 Fall Calendar




9/15 - Recreational Intro Scull

         Parent Meeting @ 5 PM

        & Practices Begin


9/26 - Tail of the Tiger

          Clemson, SC





10/10 - Chattanooga

             Head Race

             Chattanooga, TN


10/12 - Board Meeting    7 - 9 PM

             St. Andrew's Church


10/17 - Head of the Charles


             Cambridge, MA





11/7-8 - Head of the Hooch

              Chattanooga, TN


11/9 - Board Meeting    7 - 9 PM

           St. Andrew's Church


11/19 - Last Day of Practice for

             Intro Program


11/21-28 - Thanksgiving Break

                  (Practice schedule TBD)



TBD - John Hunter Committee Meeting





12/12 - Last Fall/Winter Conditioning (tentative)

             Novice & Varsity squads


TBD - John Hunter Committee Meeting





1/11 - Practices Resume

             Novice & Varsity squads



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Where to Find Us

675 Riverside Road

Roswell, GA  30075

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 500065

Atlanta, GA  31150


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