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.

Spring Registration now open!

Registration for the Spring 2016 season will take place on January 9th, from 10am to 1pm at  the SA Boathouse.

 

The mandatory registration for USRowing on RONIN is available HERE

Please complete the online registration in advance.  The registration forms and checklists can be found on the Registration page

SA Rowers Help the Homeless

Many SA rowers volunteered on Saturday to assemble 200 sandwiches and fruit bags to help feed the homeless. The sack lunches will help spread holiday cheer and kindness at two shelters in the Atlanta area.

SA Rowers Commit to Row at Louisville

Congratulations to Riley Kerber and Gillian Burns who recently committed to row next year at the University of Louisville!

SA at Head of the Hooch

The combination of rain, chilly temperatures, choppy water and mud couldn't stop our SA rowers from posting a number of very strong performances against some of the best youth teams in the country. Also, thank you again to the SA parents and the friends of SA for volunteering at both Tent City and the Head of the Hooch itself.

SA Ergathon Logs Over 360,000 Meters!

The first annual SA Ergathon at the Sandy Springs Kroger was a tremendous success! After finishing their morning practice, the SA rowers and coxswains hit the ergs for some fierce but friendly competition. Thank you again to Kroger for hosting the event and donating food and drinks, to the Tent City crew and cheering parents and most importantly to those SA families, friends and alums that made financial donations to the club!

Head of the Charles Regatta

The SA varsity men's 4+ traveled to Boston to compete in the 51st Head of the Charles Regatta. Great fall racing conditions and a solid performance (36th out of 85 boats) enabled the crew to qualify for next year's regatta.

Chattanooga Head Race

Despite cold and wet conditions, and then some sun, 32 St. Andrew's boats took to the water looking to build on the success from its first regatta. Highlights from the weekend include great performances by the novice men's 4+, men's and women's pair, women's novice 4+, men's and women's 4x, as well as our Intro program for competing in their first regatta.

Congratulations to Stevie Bones        Row2K 2015 Boathouse Dog

Coach Liz Barnett's dog, Stevie Bones, won the Row2K Photo Poll as the favorite boathouse dog for 2015.  Stevie likes to spend time with the youth at St Andrew Rowing Club as well as the adults at Atlanta Rowing Club.  After hearing he was selected as a finalist, the SA family rallied behind him and helped make sure he was the winner of the poll.

 

Check out Stevie and the rest of the competition here:

Photo Poll - Favorite Boathouse Dog (Club)

"Tail of the Tiger" Regatta Wrap Up

SA had a great showing at the Tail of the Tiger regatta hosted by Clemson University on September 26, 2015. All squads ended up capturing medals in at least one event and gained some great early season racing experience. Thanks to the Tent City Crew and all of the parents that came out to support our rowers!

 

Next stop, Chattanooga, Tennessee for the "Chattanooga Head Race" on Saturday, October 10, 2015.

SA Men debuting the new uniforms

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

 

 

Spring 2016 Practice Schedules

Novice and Varsity Fall Season 2016 begins January 17th

Competitive Intro Fall Season begins February 2nd

Recreational Intro Fall Season begins February 23rd

Varsity Women M Tu W Th F 4:30p - 7:00p  
  Sa 8:00a - 11:00a  
       
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 8:00a - 11:00a  
       
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 Spring Calendar

 

 

FEBRUARY

 

2/20 - GA Tech Erg Sprints

           Atlanta, GA

 

 

MARCH

3/19-20 - John Hunter Regatta

                Lake Lanier, GA

 
 
 

APRIL

 

4/2 - Clemson Sprints

         Clemson, SC

 

4/16-17 - Mercer Lake Sprints

                West Windsor, NJ

             (select Women crews)

 

4/30-5/1 - Dogwood Regatta

                 Oak Ridge, TN

 
 

MAY

 

5/14-15 USRowing SE Youth

              Championships

              Sarasota, FL

 

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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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