The first ever Music City Head Race is this Saturday, October 1st, on the Cumberland River in Downtown Nashville. Teams we will be racing include Alabama, Georgia, UTC, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Emory, Murray State, and Northwestern State.
See below for details and Vanderbilt’s racing schedule:
8:20AM: Men’s Collegiate 4+
8:55AM: Women’s Collegiate 4+
9:10AM: Men’s Collegiate 2nd Novice 8+
9:20AM: Women’s Collegiate 2nd Novice 8+
11:30AM: Women’s Collegiate 2-
1:00PM: Men’s Collegiate 2-
2:00PM: Men’s Collegiate Novice 8+
2:15PM: Women’s Collegiate Novice 8+
4:00PM: Men’s Collegiate 8+
Check out the Music City Head Race Twitter @ https://twitter.com/MusicCityHR for results on Saturday.
Parking: There will be parking in lot R at Titans Stadium and there will be volunteers to assist.
We have had a great group of athletes come out to practice the past few weeks, but it is not too late to join this amazing group! If you are interested in joining the team but have not been able to make it out to the lake or a practice, please email our Head Coach, Jon Miller at email@example.com for more information and a practice schedule!
For those of you who have come to an information session and will be joining the team at practice, here are the pickup spot locations mentioned in the meeting:
From Commons Center:
Walk west towards 21st crossing Peabody Lawn. The pickup spot is in the parking lot directly behind Cohen Hall.
Address: 1210 21st Avenue South
From Sarratt/Rand (Main Campus):
Leave Rand through the doors closest to Branscomb Quad and the fraternities. Walk down the steps and continue straight on Vanderbilt Place until 24th Avenue. The vans will be outside of the frat house on the corner.
Address: 210 24th Avenue South
Have a great time at practice!
- We will be at the Org Fair on Friday August 26th, so be sure to look for us under the tent and our boat on the lawn.
- Information meetings will take place Monday August 29th through Wednesday August 31st at 8pm in Commons Center room 335. Come learn more about our team and ask any questions you may have about the team.
- We will be hosting a New Recruit Competition on Friday September 2nd at 4:30pm in Rec Center Room West 1B. Come meet the team and compete to win prizes!
If you are looking to join a new sport or continue your rowing career, consider joining one of the most competitive club teams at Vanderbilt University. The Vanderbilt Rowing Team is a hardworking, successful group of athletes who excel both on the water and in the classroom. We are looking for people interested in becoming either rowers or coxswains, who have a strong work ethic and drive to accomplish goals alongside their teammates.
- NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
- Make lifelong friends
-Improve and maintain athletic abilities and endurance
For more information contact Head Coach Jon Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org
With only a few more weeks until the team is back at school and training is back in full swing, it is almost time to begin welcoming new teammates to the Vanderbilt Rowing Team!
Check out our new recruitment video (link below) and be sure to “like it” and share it with former teammates and potential new teammates!
If you are a prospective rower, be sure to fill out our Prospective Rower Questionnaire to get in contact with us! We look forward to seeing on campus in a few short weeks!
On Saturday October 1, 2016 we will be having a home regatta for junior, collegiate, and masters rowers. More info to come soon, but mark your calendars now! For additional information please email Jon Miller at email@example.com or check the Regatta Central website.
ACRA National Championships were a big success and a great end to a strong season. We had many boats finishing better than ever in their respective races; read on for a full list of results. Thank you to all of the family, friends, and alumni who came out to support the team throughout the weekend; it was very special and motivating for the entire team.
Four of our team members made the Regional All-South team! Congratulations to Yuna Pyun (All-American Second Team), Katie Chrisman, Griffin Meert, and Andrew Kress!
The season may have come to an end, but the team is already working hard to build off of this year’s successes and working to make next season even more memorable.
Men’s Varsity Pair: 7th in the Grand final
Women’s Varsity Pair: 3rd in the B final
Men’s Varsity Double: 4th in the B final
Men’s Novice Four: 6th in the B final
Men’s Varsity Four: 2st in the C final
Women’s Varsity Eight: 1st in the B final
After the first day of racing at ACRA National Championships, here is the schedule for tomorrow’s racing. It will be an exciting day of racing!
- Men’s varsity double: B final at 9:56
- Women’s varsity pair: B final at 10:08
- Men’s varsity pair: Grand final at 10:26
- Men’s novice four: B final at 10:48
- Men’s varsity four: C final at 9:12
- Women’s varsity eight: B final at 12:56
Goodluck to all of our boats!!!
ACRA is this weekend, April 28th and 29th, in Gainesville, Georgia. If you are in the area, please come out and support the team at the biggest race of the season! The course address is listed below:
Lake Lanier Olympic Venue
3105 Clarks Bridge Road
If you cannot make it to the regatta, watch all of the exciting races online with the livestream:
Sunday May 15th was the End of Year Banquet where the team celebrated the season and took a look at all of the memories from the season. Coach Jon Miller recapped the year and spoke about each of our seniors. He also announced the awards for Most Improved and MVP for each squad, as well as the Commodore Award, which is given to one team member each year. Read below for a full list of awards and pictures from the banquet.
Most Improved Novice Man: Gabe Hoppock
Most Valuable Novice Man: Noam Kosofosky
Most Improved Novice Woman: Brittany Correia
Most Valuable Novice Woman: Katy Roach
Most Improved Varsity Man: Griffin Meert
Most Improved Varsity Woman: Jamey Gallegos
Black and Gold Award Varsity Man: Andrew Kress
Black and Gold Award Varsity Woman: Yuna Pyun
Commodore Award: Darcy Smith