The University of Wisconsin offers a variety of seasonal sessions of Women’s Rowing Camps, which will be tailored to both experienced and beginner-level rowers. All of the sessions below are open to any and all female entrants in grades 9 to 12. All sessions will be held at Porter Boathouse. Any camp-specific questions or concerns can be directed to Nancy LaRocque via email at NLL@athletics.wisc.edu.

2016-17 WINTER/SPRING CLINICS ARE OPEN FOR REGISTRATION!

2017 SUMMER CAMP DETAILS WILL BE AVAILABLE IN FEBRUARY!

2017 SUMMER DATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE!

Please click directly on the camp(s) below in order to view more details regarding that specific session!

If you are interested in being added to our email distribution list please email badgercamps@athletics.wisc.edu (subject: Girls Rowing Camps).

Open to any and all females in grades 9-12. This is an incredible opportunity to try your hand at one of the premier Olympic and NCAA sports with no experience required.  Rowing is fun, team orientated, and a great way to get noticed by colleges. Most collegiate rowers never rowed in high school; rather, they played volleyball, swimming, basketball, hockey, soccer, cross country, etc and used their athleticism to earn a spot on a varsity collegiate crew. 

  • $40 per camper
  • 2017 Summer Camp Discount: $40 off your registration fee
  • Check in: from 11:30AM to 12:00PM at Porter Boathouse
  • Check out: from 3:30PM to 4:00PM at Porter Boathouse
  • Sessions will take place at Porter Boathouse
  • REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3RD AT 9:00AM OR WHEN MAXIMUM CAPACITY HAS BEEN REACHED!

Please click the “Register Now” button to complete registration at our secure third-party registration site.

Cancellations made 48 hours prior to the session will pay an administrative fee of $10 that will be deducted from your refund. After that point, refunds will only be given for medical reasons when accompanied by a signed letter from a licensed physician.  All refunds must be requested via email to badgercamps@athletics.wisc.edu. 

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Open to any and all females in grades 9-12. This is an incredible opportunity to try your hand at one of the premier Olympic and NCAA sports with no experience required. Rowing is fun, team orientated, and a great way to get noticed by colleges. Most collegiate rowers never rowed in high school; rather, they played volleyball, swimming, basketball, hockey, soccer, cross country, etc and used their athleticism to earn a spot on a varsity collegiate crew. 

  • $40 per camper
  • 2017 Summer Camp Discount: $40 off your registration fee
  • Check in: from 11:30AM to 12:00PM at Porter Boathouse
  • Check out: from 3:30PM to 4:00PM at Porter Boathouse
  • Sessions will take place at Porter Boathouse
  • REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE ON SATURDAY, MARCH 4TH AT 9:00AM OR WHEN MAXIMUM CAPACITY HAS BEEN REACHED!

Please click the “Register Now” button to complete registration at our secure third-party registration site.

Cancellations made 48 hours prior to the session will pay an administrative fee of $10 that will be deducted from your refund.  After that point, refunds will only be given for medical reasons when accompanied by a signed letter from a licensed physician.  All refunds must be requested via email to badgercamps@athletics.wisc.edu. 

REGISTER NOW

Open to any and all female entrants in grades 9 to 12. This camp is for both beginning and experienced high school rowers and cox-swains. Campers can look forward to daily technical and physical training on Lake Mendota. No prior rowing experience necessary. Rowers and coxswains will be grouped according to experience. We tailor each program to the individual needs of the athletes. Beginners will learn the basics while experienced rowers will receive individualized instruction to maximize boat speed and conditioning. Campers can expect 2-3 workouts each day. Athletes will row in 8’s, 4’s, Pairs and Singles. In addition to on the water training, athletes will learn strategies to approach the erg and core training with an emphasis on injury prevention. All participants will receive a t-shirt and a water bottle.

  • DETAILS REGARDING THIS SESSION WILL BE AVAILABLE IN FEBRUARY!

Open to any and all female entrants in grades 9 to 12. This camp is for both beginning and experienced high school rowers and cox-swains. Campers can look forward to daily technical and physical training on Lake Mendota. No prior rowing experience necessary. Rowers and coxswains will be grouped according to experience. We tailor each program to the individual needs of the athletes. Beginners will learn the basics while experienced rowers will receive individualized instruction to maximize boat speed and conditioning. Campers can expect 2-3 workouts each day. Athletes will row in 8’s, 4’s, Pairs and Singles. In addition to on the water training, athletes will learn strategies to approach the erg and core training with an emphasis on injury prevention. All participants will receive a t-shirt and a water bottle.

  • DETAILS REGARDING THIS SESSION WILL BE AVAILABLE IN FEBRUARY!

Open to any and all female entrants in grades 9 to 12. This camp is for both beginning and experienced high school rowers and cox-swains. Campers can look forward to daily technical and physical training on Lake Mendota. No prior rowing experience necessary. Rowers and coxswains will be grouped according to experience. We tailor each program to the individual needs of the athletes. Beginners will learn the basics while experienced rowers will receive individualized instruction to maximize boat speed and conditioning. Campers can expect 2-3 workouts each day. Athletes will row in 8’s, 4’s, Pairs and Singles. In addition to on the water training, athletes will learn strategies to approach the erg and core training with an emphasis on injury prevention. All participants will receive a t-shirt and a water bottle.

  • DETAILS REGARDING THIS SESSION WILL BE AVAILABLE IN FEBRUARY!
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