Colorado Crew

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Colorado Crew
Location Boulder, Colorado
Home water Boulder Reservoir
Founded 1992 (1992)
President Jordan Whiddon
Coaches Chris Francklyn (Men), Metta Gilbert (Women)
University University of Colorado–Boulder
Affiliations American Collegiate Rowing Association
Website www.colorado.edu/StudentGroups/coloradocrew/

Colorado Crew is the collegiate sports club that represents the University of Colorado–Boulder in rowing at a national level. The program was founded in the fall of 1992 by two transfer students from the University of San Diego. Since its founding, the team, in terms of membership and funding, has established itself as one of the largest club sports at the University of Colorado. The men's and women's programs compete in the American Collegiate Rowing Association (ACRA). Chris Francklyn is the men's head coach and Metta Gilbert is the women's head coach.

Location[edit]

Colorado Crew's boathouse is located on the banks of Boulder Reservoir in Boulder, Colorado. Due to the Reservoir freezing over in the wintertime, the team moves their training indoors to the University of Colorado's Recreation Center.

References[edit]

  1. Colorado Crew "About Us"

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