The NMU Crew Club, also known as the Rowing Club, gives students the opportunity to participate in the sport of rowing and compete across the Midwest. The club was founded in 1999 and has grown to approximately 50 members. The team travels to major regattas, successfully competing against Big Ten and other major schools. Recently, the Rowing Club hosted a home regatta held on Teal Lake in Negaunee. The rowing club practices on Lake Superior at Lower Harbor. Each spring the team travels to a different training camp over spring break. This year's training camp will be held in Florida.
Dues are around $250 for fall semester which include: gas for traveling, boat maintenance, wear and tear of cars and a novice jersey.
Participants Must Supply
Spandex and money for food while traveling. Members are also required to purchase a PEIF pass for the year.
Illinois, Wisconsin and Lower Michigan.
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 6 a.m. in the Dome
Monday/ Wednesday/ Friday: Hour sections: 6 a.m./ 7 a.m./ 6 p.m. in the PEIF
No experience is required, the team will teach you everything you need to know about rowing. To become a member of the Crew Club, participants need to pass a swim test consisting of treading water for 10 minutes, and watching a safety video on rowing.
*Students who are interested in joining the team for spring season are required to attend the spring break training camp.