Crew is a Lakehill club sport and is known as the ultimate team sport. Lakehill Crew is available to boys and girls in Middle and Upper School. Competition begins in Upper School, with some rowers beginning in the eighth grade. Rowers train in high-tech racing shells and travel to three or four weekend regattas each semester in cities like Austin, Oklahoma City, Chattanooga, and Boston, with the ultimate goal of competing in the USRowing Youth National Championships.
Crew Try Outs
White Rock Rowing – Information on Spring Tryouts coming soon.
Dallas United Crew – Information on Spring Tryouts coming soon.
No Experience Needed
Crew is a walk-on sport. There may be a seat in a boat for you on White Rock Lake.
Total Body Workout
Crew delivers cardio, strength training, flexibility, and a level of focus that clears your mind and refocuses your energy. Rowing is less injury prone than many other sports.
Fall is Head Race season (5,000 meters) and spring is for Sprints (1,000 and 2,000 meters), with the ultimate goal of qualifying for Nationals. Rowers practice five to six days per week both on land and water. Conditioning training is ongoing and continues in the winter.
What About Athletic Scholarships?
According to College Finder, rowing grants the highest percentage of scholarships for either gender when compared to all other high school sports. Nearly one in six male rowers, and one in two female rowers, attend college on an athletic scholarship.
Learn More About Lakehill Crew
Lakehill is fortunate to have two top-ranked teams to choose from – Dallas United Crew and White Rock Rowing. Visit their websites and decide which team is best for you!
Check the RenWeb calendar for up-to-date Athletic Schedules.
Contact: Bob Yttredahl – email@example.com