Rowing promotes team work and rewards self-discipline and individual hard work. Our coaching staff has a well-defined standard operating procedure both on the water and around the boathouse

This structured approach instills discipline, ensures safety and enhances performance during races.

Our annual schedule, rowing technique model and physical training plan are based on best practices found in competitive collegiate and international rowing programs.​

Recent News

Jay Hammond announced his retirement from the team on May 10 on a bluff overlooking Lake Dillon, the site of this year’s Midwest Championship, and handed over his position to Aaron Lucia, who has been the freshman coach for many years.

Central Catholic grad Christian Wawrzonek, right, rows for Princeton University.

Before joining the Princeton University men's lightweight crew as a walk-on three years ago, Keystone Oaks graduate Matthew Drabick knew nothing about the Head of the Charles Regatta, the world's largest two-day rowing event held every October in Boston.

With several former teammates on the roster, Central Catholic senior Michael Grady expects to fit right in on the Cornell University men's heavyweight rowing team next year.

Rowers from Central Catholic High School continue to have success in regional men’s high school rowing.