The SRA Junior Program is a nationally-competitive team that strives to develop exceptional and balanced student-athletes. Recent success includes more than 20 regional championship crews and four crews placing in the top ten at the USRowing Youth National Championship Regatta since 2014. SRA alumni have been recruited to row at NCAA Division I, II and III collegiate programs including Brown, Columbia, Gonzaga, MIT, Navy, Michigan, Northeastern, Oregon State, Stanford, Syracuse, Texas, Washington, and Wisconsin. Multiple SRA alumni have competed on the United States National Team at various levels, including Olympians Rob Munn and Hans Struzyna.
Junior Program Purpose – A unifying cause that connects and guides every coach
The purpose of the SRA junior program is to positively influence the formation of each athlete, functioning at their highest level.
Junior Program Values – Shared attributes that embody and sustain the SRA culture
Respect, Accountability, Embrace Adversity, Invest In Each Other, Celebrate The Process, Determined To Achieve Ambitious Goals
Junior Program Performance Goal – A collective team effort that includes every rower
Every rower has the opportunity to contribute to team success, culminating with the specific team goal to sweep regionals.
Prerequisites: No experience required, grade 9+, ability to attend practice 5-6 days a week.
If you are in your first year of competitive rowing, you must register for the Novice Team. All other rowers must register for the Experienced Team.
Spring 2019 Schedule: January 7 – May 20
Experienced Girls: M, T, Th, F | 3:45 - 6:30pm
W | OFF through March 6; W practice added as of March 13
Saturday |10:00am - 1:00pm
Novice Girls: M - F | 3:45 - 6:30pm
*Attendance expected at regular weekend practices and regattas*
*Rowers with late school release times will be accommodated*
Spring 2019 Team: $2,225 (regatta travel not included)
Total Cost of Participation
Full 2018/19 Calendar
Junior Parent Handbook
Junior Rower Committee
Full 2019/20 Calendar
Forms Required Prior to Beginning Practice
First Year (Novice) Juniors FAQ
2019 Spring Races
Mt. Baker Scrimmage: February 23
Holy Names Scrimmage: March 2
Pocock Scrimmage: March 17
Rose City Scrimmage: March 23 (Portland)
Husky Open: March 30
San Diego Crew Classic: April 5 - 7
Rose City Invite: April 13 (Portland)
Opening Day: May 4
NW Regional Championships: April 16 - 19 (Portland)
National Championships: June 4 - 9 (Sarasota, FL)
Northwest Regionals 2018: Team Points Champions
Northwest Regionals 2017: 1st JV8+, N8+, 2N8+, 2N4+, 2nd V8+, 3rd 3V8+, LtWt4+
Northwest Regionals 2016: 1st JV8+, 3V8+, JV 4+, 3V4+, N8+, 2nd V4+, 3rd V8+