Tulane Rowing began in 1985. In the relatively brief time rowing has existed on campus, the crew has won three national titles, traveled across the nation to race against the finest competition available, and competed in England and Ireland in the post-season. Our rowers have qualified for World University Games, won slots on the United States National Team, and earned a silver medal at the 1988 Olympics.
The Tulane University Rowing Association deeply appreciates the good wishes and assistance of all of those who have helped us recover after Hurricane Katrina. We are particularly grateful to Mike Vespoli and the 1980 Olympic Rowing Team. Their efforts have made a real difference in our ability to rebuild.
Our boathouse is located at Pontchartrain Landing on the Industrial Canal in New Orleans, LA. The long-term boathouse is not yet complete, however there is temporary boat storage and a brand new dock that we are excited to be rowing out of.
Novice rowers are always welcome. Rowing is one of the few sports in which the participants do not usually have experience before college.
Contact Bob Jaugstetter at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.