The Row New Jersey community is excited to wish the class of 2022 a big congratulations and thank you for their contributions to our program!
Row New Jersey is a competitive club rowing program that draws athletes from a range of counties and schools. The class of 2022 is composed of athletes from 12 different area high schools. Many of our graduating seniors have been with the program for the entirety of their high school career, if not longer. While some have joined later on, each member of the class of 2022 has been an important part of Row New Jersey’s success.
The members of the class of 2022 have represented Row New Jersey in competition well, including impressive finishes on the regional and national level. They have medaled at regional and national championships, attended national team camps, and many will be continuing their rowing and coxing careers beyond high school.
In addition to their accomplishments on the water, the class of 2022 has also excelled in the classroom. The senior class of 2022 is filled with honor roll students, who volunteer in their community and stand out at other extra-curricular activities as well. Row New Jersey is excited to see what these hard working, high achieving individuals will accomplish in their future endeavors.
The 14 graduating seniors for Row New Jersey are:
Congratulations to the Class of 2022! We wish you all the best!
8/19/19 LAKE UPDATE:
Row New Jersey is primed for a competitive fall racing season, as Lake Hopatcong water conditions continue to improve
The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), swim advisory has been lifted for 6 beaches ranging from Byram Bay to Halsey Island, including Pebble Beach, Sand Harbor, Bass Rock Beach, Sperry Springs Beach, Beck Lane Beach and CAPP Beach as of August 15th.
“We are encouraged by the improvement in lake conditions, as we start planning for our fall programs”, stated Director of Rowing, Robert Welsh. “As practice begins for our fall racing season, on August 26th, we will continue to operate under an abundance of caution to ensure the health and safety of our team is the highest priority”.
“The team has been practicing on the water with summer sessions since July 25th without incident, and will continue to monitor DEP reports, and operate with strict safety policies and protocols in place” stated Row N.J. Board President, Josh McKay.
Row New Jersey has an active fall schedule planned with Varsity, Junior Varsity and Novice rowing programs for grades 8-12, middle school learn to row programs for grades 6-8, and adult master’s programs for experienced and beginning rowers. Learn more at rownj.org or contact Robert Welsh at RWelsh@RowNJ.org
For more information on the DEP advisory https://www.nj.gov/dep/newsrel/2019/19_0067.htm