Summer Rowing Programs

Junior Learn To Row Summer Camp

The week long Junior Learn to Row Summer camps are designed to introduce, juniors to the sport of rowing.  The participants go from learning the basics stroke at the beginning of the week to rowing in a race at the end of the week. No experience necessary. Link to Summer Learn To Row Camp

Mercer Junior Summer Rowing Program

The Mercer Competitive Summer Program is open to all athletes who compete for teams based out of the Caspersen Rowing Center. These teams include Lawrenceville, Peddie, Hun, and the Mercer Juniors. Link Mercer Junior Summer Program

U23 Summer Rowing Program

The Mercer U23 Summer Elite Rowing Program is a competitive summer team for selected collegiate athletes looking to continue their physical and technical development outside of the college racing season.

Adult Summer Rowing League

The Adult Summer Rowing League is designed to be a non-competitive, fun introduction to the sport of rowing. It is open to everyone, from those who have no previous rowing experience to those who have previously rowed and are looking pick up an oar again.  Participants meet 1 or 2 evenings each week.  At the end of the summer, there is a gathering to celebrate the summer.  It will take place at the Caspersen Rowing Center on Mercer Lake.

Hutch Collins receives his medal at the Philadelphia Youth Regatta
Elizabeth Jean-Jacque and Jacqueline Armetta at the Philadelphia Youth Regatta
Early summer morning practice on Mercer Lake
Mercer Elite U-23 Rowers Jack Gleim and Dylan Mann - Royal Canadian Henley
Victorious Mercer Junior Women – Royal Canadian Henley