We regret to announce that both of our 2020 camp sessions have been cancelled:
Camps are open to any and all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender. NCAA rules prohibit free/reduced camp admission for prospect-aged individuals.
Head Coach Kevin Sauer has elevated Virginia to the most elite level of rowing programs in the country.
The Rivanna Reservoir is a beautiful body of protected water located just minutes from the University of Virginia.
Campers stay at St. Anne's-Belfield, a local boarding school. Housing and meals are included in the cost of camp.
Rowers will be grouped according to skill level. Our goal is the improvement of all campers regardless of experience.
Kevin Sauer enters his 25th season as the head coach of the varsity Virginia rowing program in 2019-20 and has led the Cavaliers to 11 top-four finishes and 16 top-five finishes at the NCAA Championships. In addition, the Cavaliers have landed 11 top-six national finishes in the last 13 years. Sauer surpassed 1,000 career Varsity Eight wins at Virginia during the 2019 season.
A two-time Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) National Coach of the Year (2010 and 2012), Sauer has elevated Virginia to the most elite level of rowing programs around the country and has guided the Cavaliers to a pair of NCAA Championships, in 2010 and 2012.
Cavalier boats have been crowned national champions nine times, including four times in the Varsity Four (2004, 2005, 2007, 2010 and 2015) and three times in the Second Varsity Eight (1998, 1999 and 2005). Sauer's program hit another high in 2012 as the UVa Varsity Eight won the NCAA title for the first time and clinched the team title in the process.. Read More...
Emily Ford joined the Virginia rowing program as an associate head coach in June of 2017 after serving 10 years as head coach of the Oregon State women's rowing team from 2006-16. In 2009, Ford earned Pac-10 Coach of the Year honors after the Beavers finished third at the Pac-10 Rowing Championships. Read More...
Erin Neppel joined the Virginia rowing program as an assistant coach in July of 2017. Neppel arrived in Charlottesville after serving as the interim head coach at Canisius College in 2016-17. In 2017, Neppel guided the Griffs to a third-place finish at the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference women's rowing championships, matching the program's best finish. Neppel served the previous three seasons as assistant coach at Canisius and was part of the College Rowing Coaches Associate Region 2 Staff of the Year in 2015-16. Read More...
Caroline King joined the Virginia rowing program as an assistant coach in July of 2018. King arrived in Charlottesville after serving as an assistant coach at Clemson from 2014-18. King served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Clemson and worked primarily with the second varsity eight, which was regionally ranked last season. King also coached the Varsity Four to three top-10 finishes at the Head of the Charles in the Club Women's Four from 2014-16. Read More...
Jeff Mork was named director of boathouse and program operations at Virginia in July of 2018. Mork arrived in Charlottesville after serving as the director of operations and rigger at Clemson from 2014-18. Mork was also the regatta director for the ACC Championships and the Clemson Invitational. Read More...
Full payment is due at the time of registration.
All major credit cards are accepted.
Campers check-in at 2pm on Sunday
and check-out at 11am on Thursday.
Registration includes a $200 non-refundable deposit.
You may cancel your registration and receive a full refund (less the $200 deposit) up to 1 month before the start of your camp session.
Less than a month, but more than two weeks before the start of your camp session, you may cancel your registration and receive a partial refund of $550.
Less than two weeks before the start of camp, all cancellations and refunds will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis.