Boston College Rowing
Boston College Rowing is a premier collegiate rowing program in the United States. It is part of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and competes in the Eastern Sprints Championships. The program has a long history of success and has produced many of the top rowers in the country.
History of Boston College Rowing
Boston College has been rowing since the early 1900s. The university has competed in numerous national and international events. It has also produced many of the country’s top rowers, including Olympians, world champions, and collegiate champions.
Boston College competes in the Eastern Sprints Championships, which is the premier rowing event in the United States. The team is also part of the ACC, which consists of some of the best rowing teams in the country.
Boston College has one of the best rowing facilities in the country. The boathouse is located on the Charles River and includes an indoor and outdoor rowing tank, erg rooms, weight rooms, and more. The boathouse has hosted numerous national and international events.
Boston College has one of the best coaching staffs in the country. The team is led by head coach Mike O'Neill, who has been at the helm of the program for over two decades. The staff also includes a number of assistant coaches who specialize in different aspects of rowing.
Boston College Rowing is one of the premier collegiate rowing programs in the United States. It has a long history of success, top-notch facilities, and an excellent coaching staff. The team is a major player in the ACC and Eastern Sprints Championships, and produces many of the country’s best rowers.