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Are you an incoming freshman/transfer or a continuing UCSB student interested in rowing?

We hold interest meetings for new students at the beginning of fall quarter on Campus and in Isla Vista. Anyone interested in trying out should attend one of these meeting times below:

  • Sunday, September 30th 2018 at 7pm in Life Sciences 1001
  • Monday, October 1st 2018 at 7pm in IV Theater 2
  • Tuesday, October 2nd 2018 at 7pm in Rec Cen 1501
  • Monday, October 8th 2018 at 7pm in Rec Cen 1501

Please note that locations are subject to change. Stay tuned to our website or social media for updates.


2 days ago

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First team weight room session for the men, grinding through those last two reps💪🏼 #FallTraining ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

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The men’s HOCR group kicked off the 2018-2019 season with a 4.8k erg yesterday, and they hit the water for the first time today! Both the women’s and men’s full squads will return to training next week.
If you’re an incoming freshman, transfer student, or continuing UCSB student interested in joining rowing, check out our website link in our bio for more information about upcoming interest meetings!
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4 months ago

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Hahahahaha! Meet your final #SeniorSpotlight from the men’s squad, Aisha Demachkie!
Aisha is from Montecito, CA and is a Public Policy Major with a cognate in Political Science. Aisha began her rowing career at the University of Connecticut before coming to UCSB last year where she quickly became an integral part of the team. On the water she can be heard giggling into the microphone and even arguing with race officials about carrying 1 ounce of weight, and off the water she can be heard ranting about a series of civil rights issues as she is the team social justice warrior. One of her favorite parts about coxing was being in the 2V8 this year and having a boat full of best friends to tow her around or when her stroke seat would drip sweat on her foot as he came into the catch. Some of Aisha’s hobbies include “working” on her senior thesis, pretending to be an Olympic gymnast, and managing the scooping of gelato at Montecito’s very own Here's the Scoop©️. Check out the comments to see her latest trick in preparation for Tokyo 2020.
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4 months ago

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Introducing your next #SeniorSpotlight from the men’s squad, Christine Pang!
Christine is a hot shot local plant nerd and lifestyle photographer currently finishing up her environmental and art degree at UCSB. The lady behind the camera for many of the photos that you’ve seen, Christine is from San Francisco, where her passion for photography started 8 years ago. In college, she found a new passion for being a coxswain for the Men’s Rowing Team. Her favorite thing about rowing is either making intense eye contact with whoever is stroking the boat, or finishing on the good side of the beep beep. When she’s not seen in practices and in races (no actually, do you see her? She slips into the bow of the 4+), she can be found editing photos to make her friends look like models or sharing very very cool facts from a 500+ page plant book she wrote.
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4 months ago

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Meet Sam Venable, your next men’s squad #SeniorSpotlight.
Sam spent this season as a standout member of the men’s 2V8+. A transfer from UCSD, he is currently finishing up his geophysics major and preparing for grad school. He is originally from Ventura, California, and got into rowing to find a way to keep in shape while in college. His favorite part of rowing is being able to call Lake Cachuma “home” and to be outside, in the mountains and on the water, each day. When he’s not ripping fat puddles in 5 SEAT of the Raznick with his brothers, you can find Sam sleep walking 👻, open eyed, down DP, in a paranormal dream. He will be pursuing a civil engineering masters degree at Santa Clara after graduation.
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