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Who we are
Established in 1969, Western Washington University Men’s Rowing is a community of dedicated student athletes. Our team pursues excellence on the water, in the weight room, and in the classroom. We train six days a week and compete around the country at the highest levels of collegiate club rowing. We are entirely self-funded through donations and our own rent-a-rower program.
Where We Row
Situated just fifteen minutes from campus, the Jack Marolich shellhouse sits on beautiful Lake Whatcom as part of the Lakewood Facility. Surrounded by mountains and forests, Lake Whatcom provides over thirteen kilometers of year-round, uninterrupted rowing.
At WWU Men’s Rowing, we truly believe everyone deserves the opportunity to row in a competitive college environment. We accept all levels of rowing experience and athletic ability, with no tryouts required to make the team. If you are motivated to row, we will make sure you can.
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