Support Stockton Rowing at the 24-Hour Row-A-Thon!
What's the Row-A-Thon?
The Stockton Rowing team will complete a 24-hour Row-A-Thon on the water at the Atlantic City Boat House ( 3405 Fairmount Ave, Atlantic City) on March 12-13. The team will be rowing several shifts to complete the 24 hour “tag team” event and raise money to support the Stockton Rowing program.
Why Stockton Rowing Needs Your Support
While the past year has seen its share of unexpected hurdles, the Osprey Navy continues to steam on through “hail and high water.” Unfortunately, the loss of water time and vital fundraising opportunities has severely impacted the team. Now more than ever, Osprey Rowing needs your help to offset the climbing costs of travel and to purchase needed equipment.
About Stockton Rowing
Women’s rowing is one of Stockton’s 19 intercollegiate sports and competes in NCAA Division III. Stockton is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference and rows in the MARC Championship each spring. Stockton rowers regularly earn All-MARC and MARC All-Academic honors.
Men’s rowing is a club sport at Stockton because the NCAA does not sponsor men’s rowing. Stockton men‘s rowing is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference and rows in the MARC Championship each spring.