Annual Program Report: 2021-2022

Read our Annual Program Report for the 2021-2022 Youth Rowing Team for a review of the goals, accomplishments, and lessons of the past year. 

Fall 2022 Program Schedule

Registration will open on iCrew on AUGUST 17th

Registration instructions and links will be available here on August 17th


U19 Squad 

September 14-November 18

Monday-Friday 4:15-6:30pm, Saturdays, 8:45-11:00am

U17 Squad

September 14-November 18

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 4:45-6:30pm, Saturdays 9:30-11:15am

Middle School Development (7th and 8th Graders)

September 13-November 3

Tuesdays, Thursdays 4:45-6:15pm

Middle School Competitive (7th and 8th Graders)

September 14-November 7

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 4:45-6:15pm

Learn to Row (Rising 7th-12th Graders)

Session 1 - September 13-October 1

Session 2 - October 3-October 29

Tuesdays, Thursdays 4:45-6:15pm, Saturdays 9:00-10:30am

Summer 2022 Program Schedule

Session 2

August 8 - September 2

Athletes can sign up for camps in Session 1 or Session 2


High School (Rising 9th-12th Graders)

Monday-Friday 8:00am-10:00am

Middle School (Rising 7th or 8th Graders)

M/W or T/Th 8:15-10:15am

Learn to Row (Rising 7th-12th Graders)

M/W or T/Th 8:30-11:30am

U23 Summer Training Group

The PRC Summer U23 Training Group is open to any athletes who will be rowing (or planning to row) in a collegiate program next fall. Training will be focused on developing the technical and aerobic base needed to perform at the next level. Athletes will have three weekly coached sessions in team boats. Enrollment in this program will include full membership so athletes will also be able to row independently in small boats (pending a Captain's Test) as well as use the Fitness Center. 

Dates: July 6 - August 26*
Schedule: Monday / Wednesday / Friday, 5:30am - 7:30am
Cost: $660 
*Athletes will have access to independent training after this date until they leave for school.

Registration for this program will be on iCrew starting May 16. Contact Helen Tilghman with any questions.

For questions about Youth Registration, contact our youth registrar

The Pocock Rowing Center offers rowing programs in the legacy of George and Stanley Pocock, who believed in the educational power of rowing for youth.

HIGH SCHOOL ROWING

High School practices run after school during the fall, winter and spring, summer camps run in the mornings. Each athlete attends 5-6 practices per week depending on their age and level of experience.  Practice includes on land and on water training. 

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Rowing at the Pocock Rowing Center is a transformative experience for the student athlete.  Students learn life skills through teamwork, competition, skill development and fitness building.  Pocock athletes have continued rowing at over 35 colleges, including the University of Washington.  Some have represented the US in international competition.

MIDDLE SCHOOL ROWING 7th/8th GRADE

Middle School athletes attend practice after school 2-3 days per week. Schedules and timing vary based on the season.  Sign up for our newsletter to receive registration information and links. 

Rowing at the Pocock Rowing Center is a transformative experience for middle school athletes.  Students learn life skills through teamwork, competition, skill development and fitness building.  The middle school team focusses on teaching the basics of rowing while enjoying time on the water as a team. 

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Private Lessons

Pocock Rowing Center (PRC) offers private lessons to adult athletes of any level and youth learn to row athletes or visiting youth athletes. Learn to row and visiting youth athletes can take up to 3 lessons before joining a youth program. 

 

PRC does not offer private lessons to youth athletes currently enrolled in PRC programs. 

This policy is in place to encourage youth athletes to take full advantage of instruction during scheduled practices and utilize a healthy recovery schedule. The policy also avoids the appearance of conflicts of interest inherent in paying program coaches outside of normal instructional hours.