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The University of Rhode Island Club Crew Team is conducting a search for a Head Coach, with a start date of Fall 2020.

Interested Candidates should send a resume and cover letter to clubcrew@etal.uri.edu

Description: The University of Rhode Island Crew Club is a student-run coed program that practices six days a week. The team is governed by the University of Rhode Island Club Sports Department. The Crew Club is a member of the American Collegiate Rowing Association (ACRA). Founded in 1966, the URI Crew has a long history of producing winning crews at regional and national regattas. The team has proudly produced multiple Olympians and National Team members. Over the last five years, URI Crew has earned multiple medals at both the New England Regional Championships and the American Collegiate Rowing Association Championships.

Position Overview: The Head Coach is responsible for crafting, implementing, and overseeing on and off water training plans as well as a racing schedule for the academic year. The Head Coach is also tasked with ensuring that the conduct of the Club is in accordance with the team’s philosophy, bylaws, and guidelines, in addition to the University’s policies and procedures for the Department of Campus Recreation.

To view the full list of responsibilities and the full application click here

                                                                              

 

About URI Club Rowing

The URI Crew Team has a rich tradition of excellence producing several Olympic and World Champion athletes, as well as several of today’s top coaches.

The team offers members the opportunity to engage in intercollegiate competition, with no experience necessary. The team competes in regattas primarily in the northeast, against colleges from all over the U.S., including other club teams, and fully funded varsity programs.

The fall is spent developing technique and competing in “Head” style racing (against the clock) including the prestigious Head of the Charles. Athletes spend the winter doing land training, in preparation for head to head sprint racing in the spring. In the spring the team attends large regattas including the Murphy Cup  Knecht Cup, and New England Rowing Championships before competing in the  American Collegiate Rowing Association Championships.

Regattas

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