Formerly Stanford Rowing Center
We are a small pre-elite rowing team in Northern California. Our goal is to create well rounded mature athletes with a passion for rowing.
Austin Chase stroked the US Men's Youth Quad to gold for the first time in seven years at the CanAmMex Regatta in Mexico City.
Lane Mahoney was one of 24 rowers selected from USRowing Junior National Team Selection and High Performance Camps to be part of Junior Worlds Development Team in Banyoles, Spain.
Jack Posthauer won 3rd at USRowing Club Nationals in the PennAC U18 8+.
Congratulations to our Seniors
Congrats and good luck to you all on your next adventure in college. You have left a wonderful legacy with our team and you are always welcome back to come and pick up a set of oars.
Rhea Bergman Duke University
Bonnie Foster East Carolina University
Christopher Jarrett Harvard University
Sebastian Krappe Columbia University
James Mahoney Dartmouth College
Katherine Yancey New York University
Youth National Championship Results
Men's Open 2x Graduating Seniors James Mahoney and Sebastian Krappe took 4th in the US. They will both be off to race in the Ivy League next year.
Men's Light 2x Juniors Aydin Schwartz and Cole Draper took 6th overall. This petitioned boat made it with ease to the Grand Finals. This was the first time at Youth Nationals for both rowers.
Women's Open 2x Graduating Senior Rhea Bergman and Sophomore Katherine (Lane) Mahoney took 11th. This was the first time at Youth Nationals for both of these girls. A great finished to Rhea's time with SRC and a great first year rowing for novice Lane.
Men's 4x Graduating Senior Chris Jarrett and Junior Jack Posthauer lead this young quad to some valuable experience at the national stage. Two Novice rowers Austin Chase and Doran Finley stepped up to fill seats in this quad and finished off a great first year.
Southwest Regional Championships
Results of this year's Southwest Regional Championships
Eleven boats made grand finals this year. On the Novice side, notable results include 1st in the Women's Novice 4x+ and both Novice Men's 4x+ making grand finals. Novice Men's 4x+ took 3rd and 5th. The Varsity Men lead by seniors Sebastian Krappe and James Mahoney took 1st and 2nd in the Men's 1xs, next 2nd in the Men's 4x, and lastly both Men's Varsity 2xs making grand finals with a 1st place and 5th place finishes. On the Varsity Women's side, this younger squad pulled off some amazing races taking the Women's Light 2x, Women's 4x, and Women's 2x to the grand finals.
For full results please go to HereNow