UMass Lowell Rowing is a varsity Club Sport open to men and women, recruiting high school rowers and walk-on athletes alike. The team trains at the UMass Lowell Boathouse, 500 Pawtucket Blvd. Lowell, MA and represents UMass Lowell at races across the Northeast.
Prospective Rower Online Information Form
2016 New England Rowing Championships
Women's Varsity 4+- Bronze Medalists
Women's 2nd Varsity 4+- Bronze Medalists
The UMass Lowell Rowing Team trains six days a week out of the UMass Lowell Bellegarde Boathouse, located on the Merrimack River at 500 Pawtucket Blvd., Lowell, Mass. UMass Lowell competes at regattas such as Head of the Charles, the New England Rowing Championships and the Dad Vail Regatta in Philadelphia, Pa.
2015 New England Rowing Championships
Women's Varsity 4+ Silver Medalists
Many members of the team are walk-ons and had never rowed before attending UMass Lowell. Those in their first year of the sport are placed in the category of "Novice" and only race with and against other novice rowers. Generally, rowers are tall with a background in cardio-based sports. We are actively seeking athletes who are 6'2"+ for men, and 5'8"+ for women. We also recruit those who are shorter but fit enough to make up the difference.
UML Rowing is also seeking those for the position of coxswain, which is the person who steers a boat and directs the rowers. Coxswains are on the smaller side (110 lbs for women, 120 lbs for men) and possess strong leadership qualities. Those who are interested in becoming a coxswain must be able to follow directions closely and make decisions quickly.
All interested candidates should contact the UMass Lowell Head Rowing Coach, John Lindberg by email: John_Lindberg1@uml.edu or phone: 978-934-1549. No experience is necessary.
If you are a high school rower or coxswain who is interested in rowing for UMass Lowell, please fill out the Online Prospective Rower Information Form. If you have any questions, please contact our Head Rowing Coach, John Lindberg, by email: John_Lindberg1@uml.edu or phone: 978-934-1549.