We are collectively committed to habitual excellence in the pursuit of learning our craft. Once we can hold ourselves accountable for our actions and how they affect the team, rather than the individual, we have done our job. Above all, our true desire to push ourselves beyond our limits and our compassion for one another is why we will always thrive in competition. NO INDIVIDUALS, JUST THE TEAM.
Skyline Crew Fall Fundraiser : Learn to Row Lessons, Saturday 18th Oct
Join our dedicated coaches and athletes this Fall! Learn how to row in a 90 minute lesson. Money generated will go towards scholarships to ensure all athletes who want to, can participate on the crew team.
Starting at 10am, more details and sign up can be found here.
We make every effort to make crew available to anyone who would like to participate, please click on this link to email our scholarship committee (Board President, VP and Treasurer). All conversations will be kept private.
Incoming freshmen/novices- The great thing about crew, is you don’t need to have touched an oar prior to high school. But if you want to find out what it is like and see what all the fuss is about, the Washtenaw Rowing Center offers short learn to row classes all year round.
Skyline Crew has back to back National Championship seasons, Spring 2014 showcased our Men’s Varsity Lightweight Four winning the 66kg event at the Canadian National Championships, only the second US crew in 10 years to win the event. The crew consisted of Olivia Chapman, Quentin Faro, John Houghton, Zach Burns and Ben Bavonese. GO EAGLES!
Skyline Crew strives for long term success; on and off the water.
Skyline wins National Championship!
Skyline Crew secures best ever finish at Midwest Championships, takes 5th overall and qualifies four boats to Nationals!
Skyline Crew three years on: International accolades and more.