2017 Spring All-Met Honors

Capping off a great season, Yorktown Women's Lightweight 8 was named one of Girl's Rowing's "Best Boats," and Isabel Rogers won honorable mention in the Washington Post All-Met review of our areas top athletes from their sports (6/11/17). Rowers in the LW8: Cox: Niki Hamann 8 Kathleen Love 7 Lucy Khlopin 6 ... More

Yorktown Varsity Women at SRAA Nationals

The Yorktown Varsity Women completed the 2017 season with a competitive showing at SRAA Nationals in Camden, New Jersey. The Junior 8 had strong and aggressive races, advancing out of their heat to place 5th in a competitive semi-final. The Lightweight 8 was placed in a difficult heat and missed advancing to ... More

Lightweight Women take Bronze at Stotesbury 2017

Yorktown rowers put in a solid performance at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta.  The highlight of the event was the women's lightweight eight, who brought home a bronze medal. The lineup for the medaling boat was: Cox: Niki Hamann 8 Kathleen Love 7 Lucy Khlopin 6 Ellie Styles 5 Gabrielle Sorresso 4 Anna ... More

Four Yorktown Boats Medal at State Championships

Arlington, VA -- The following Yorktown High School Crew boats earned championship medals at the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Championships on May 6 and May 13, 2017.  The state championship regatta is run by the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Association (www.vasra.org). Lower Boat Champions (May 6, 2017): Women’s ... More

Twenty-five years of Yorktown High School Crew: A Grateful Parent’s Experience

My wife Dorothea and I learnt of Arlington scholastic rowing from neighbor, M. Sean Hall, who first rowed at Washington-Lee, later at Rutgers, and at the elite level including three Olympiads. We were introduced to Yorktown High School Crew by Clifford W. Greve, whom Dorothea chance-met at McDonald’s.  He was wearing a ... More

Charlie Butt Regatta

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All Roads Lead to Camp Bob!

Rowers, coaches and chaperones all report a great and productive time during our annual Spring Break training camp at Camp Bob Cooper in Summerton, South Carolina. The camp motto of “Eat. Sleep. Row.” is spot on. Rowers raced in pairs (boats of 2) to gain experience and improve technique. Most rowers had the chance ... More