Rowing in Cleveland

Cleveland Scholastic Rowing Association (CSRA), Cleveland’s oldest existing rowing club for high school students, is preparing for the upcoming fall rowing season. CSRA strives to offer the premier competitive rowing program for juniors. The mission of CSRA is to provide a competitive rowing experience that positively impacts the mind, body, and spirit of young athletes in Greater Cleveland. 

Our rowers are girls and boys from numerous high schools and communities. Rowers train for three to four regattas per season in Ohio and surrounding states. Crews of four to eight people are a combination of novices and varsity members.  If you have an interest in being on the Cuyahoga River, please contact us to visit the boathouse and learn more about the unique sport of rowing and its scholarship opportunities.  We even encourage you to try out the sport to get a feel for it before committing through registration. Not yet in high school? CSRA offers Learn-to-Row programs designed for students in the seventh and eighth grades.

Our website, www.csrarowing.org, will be up soon and offer details of our programs. Questions may be directed to Lauren Raycher at LRaycher@newark.com.

Anne Hribar

Anne Hribar is a parent and a coordinator for CSRA. She will be contributing news about CSRA's youth rowing opportunities throughout the year.

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Volume 1, Issue 2, Posted 7:54 AM, 08.02.2013