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2015 - New England Championships Boys: Team Trophy 2nd, B1 Silver, B2 Bronze, B3 Silver

2015 - New England Championships Girls: Team Trophy 4th, G1 Gold., G2 Silver, G3 7th


2014 - New England Championships Boys: Team Trophy 1st., B1 Gold, B2 Silver, B3 Silver

2014 - New England Championships Girls: Team Trophy 4th., G1 5th., G2 5th., G3 Bronze



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News January 30th 2016


Happy Chinese New Year! The year of the Monkey.
Racing season is only a couple of cold months away. Winter training is the ground work for Spring performance. In March 3 boats of boys and girls will head off to warmer climates to start rowing before IL man winter has left the Merrimack.

The outline for the racing schedule has been updated below with Interschols (NEIRA) on May 28th this year. So block out all the weekends from April 9th to May 28th. We will start with a scrimmage with St Mark's school on April 9th. Apart from the trips to St. Paul's and NEIRA we will be at home every weekend. This year for the first time we will host a Regatta for the lower boats, B4 and below,on the weekend before NEIRA. This is an exciting development that reflects the high standards of the these boats.

Fall Crew: Fall is our time to learn and improve our rowing skills. We mix and match rowers to make equal boats. We also mix boys and girls. Our goal is to have fun and create Andover rowers who will morph into Andover racers in the spring.

Spring Crew: In the spring we build racing boats. Every rower competes with every other rower to make fast boats. The more competitive our B7 or G7 then the faster our B1 or G1. Rowers move up and down the boats according to only one criteria, their ability to make boats go faster.

We are already planning a spring vacation trip to a warmer climate to prepare for the racing season. Coach Hurley will welcome parents who want to help with this task. This is a key element to preparing racing boats for competition in the spring. It allows us to get the more experienced boats on the water before the ice melts. If you can help please email Coach Hurley or

50 years of Andover Crew

50 years of Andover Crew: Fiona Yonkman '16 and Kit Wise '66 just off the water from a mixed 8 workout at Narragansett Boat Club.
Go Blue
RedArrowsFiona Yonkman '16 and Kit Wise '66

The Henley Regattas

Royal Regatta here is a list of useful links.
For the Regatta Draw and entries please visit:
For the Racing Programme visit:
For Regatta results on twiter: @henleyresults
For Regatta news follow:
For daily live broadcast follow: YouTube
or log on at
Twitter: @henleyregatta
Instagram: henleyroyalregatta

Henley July 3rd

The boys eight did well today. They lost their third race against Westminster School
They fought well

Click on Henley Race Day 3 Page 1
Click on Henley Race Day 3 Page 2
Click On For the video of July 3rd race

Henley July 2nd

The boys eight did well today. They won their second race against King's School, Chester
Congratulation, well done !!
Good Luck tomorrow
Go Blue
The Red Arrows flying down the Regatta course today Photo coutesy James Finlay
Click on Henley Race Day 2 Page 1
Click on Henley Race Day 2 Page 2
Click On For the video of July 2nd race

Henley July 1st

The boys eight did well today. They won their first race against St. George's College
Congratulation, well done !!
Good Luck tomorrow
Go Blue

Click on Henley Race Day 1 Page 1
Click on Henley Race Day 1 Page 2
Click on Henley Race Day 1 Page 3
Click On For the video of July 1st race

Henley June 27th Reading Town Race

The boys four did very well today.
They came back and beat all those that had beaten them in the morning heats.
They won the Reading Town Race in their group.
They are coming back with their tankard.
Click on Reading Town Race Page 1
Click on Reading Town Race Page 2


Henley June 24th Video

This is a practice video from Henley (6-24-2015) courtesy of Roger Waterman.
The boys vs friendly team. The first piece start with the boys a length down.
They finished a length up.
Second one is just at race pace, started two+ lengths back, and finished even.
Roger has asked the video to be taken offline.

Click on Boys Row with Coach as Stroke
Click on Boys Henley Practice Photo Page 2

Women Henley June 21st, 2015 Results

This is the second day of Women Henley.
324 10:32 J.8+ 72 Headington Sch bt 67 Philips Academy USA 05:01 1-1/4L 14:15
Our girls eight race against Headington School and lost.
369 14:15 J.8+ 72 Headington Sch bt 64 Kent School BC NTT 1/3L Final
Headington School continue to beat Kent School
thereby becoming the winner of The Peabody Cup for Junior Eights
Our girls did well as Headington School had 6 UK junior team members in the boat.

Our girls four had to sratch their race because of an injury.
They did row down the course with supporters cheering them on.
Take too a lot of courage and determination
Well Done Girls

Women Henley June 20th, 2015 Results

This is the first day of Women Henley. Our girls eight race in The Peabody Cup for Junior Eights.
They won the first race.
183 15:28 J.8+ 67 Philips Academy USA bt 60 Lady E Holles 05:19 3L 10:32
Philips Academy race against Lady E Hollies and won by 3 length.
There will be two races tomorrow (Sunday) if they win the first leg.
The first race is at 10:32 a.m local time against Headington School who won their race at a slightly faster time.
182 15:24 J.8+ 72 Headington Sch bt 70 Branksome Hall CAN 05:18 1-2/3L 10:32
The time is only a rough guide. You do not know how hard they had rowed and what spare energy they have left.

Our girls four race in The West End ARA Trophy for J16 Coxed Fours
They won the race against Godolphin School by a deck.
156 13:40 J16.4+ 399 Philips Academy USA bt 389 Godolphin Sch 05:47 Canvas 12:58
They will race against Henley Rc who won their race against Marlow RC
157 13:44 J16.4+ 397 Henley RC-A bt 392 Gt Marlow Sch 05:48 4L 12:5

Geat job
Good Luck to our girls



Here is the link for more Henley picture
Click on Girls Henley Photo Page 1
Click on Girls Henley Photo Page 2
Click on Girls Henley Photo Page 3
Click on Girls Henley Photo Page 4
Click on Girls Henley Photo Page 5

Here is the link for Women Henley video

Click the links below for video of the Henley races. These are .mov files. They run with Quicktime. When they are running you can also right click and download them
Video Girls Four Time Trial
Video Girls Four race

Women Henley Report

This race report about the Women Henley has been sent to the local paper in Andover.
You can read it here: Click here for a pdf of the article

Marlow Regatta June 20th, 2015 Results

Results for Marlow race can be found here Marlow Results

There were two entries for the boys races.
The actual race that they rowed.
The eight end up in the B final and won the race.
The four got into the C final
They won the race in this group.
The event name for the eight: SEN.8+
The event name for the four : IM2.4+

Relaxing at Henley 2015

Here is the link for Students relaxing at Henley
Click on Relaxing at Henley



Reading Amateur Regatta 2015

This regatta provides crews with an excellent opportunity to gain experience in the skills
and high demands of one-to-one racing.
In order to get to the final crews will have to win every heat in an event.
Our students are based in Henley, to get to Reading, they have to row the shell there.

Here is the link for the row to Reading
Click on Row To Reading I
Click on Row To Reading II

New England Interscholastic Rowing Association (NEIRA) Championships

Fantastic day at NEIRA. Great rowing by all of our athletes. Our girls are NEIRA champions and our boys win silver.
2015 - New England Championships Boys: B1 Silver, B2 Bronze, B3 Silver
2015 - New England Championships Girls: G1 Gold., G2 Silver, G3 7th

Thank you Coaches and Athletes!!

Henley Announcement and Help

It is official: Andover Crew girls are going to Henley Women's Regatta (HWR) and the boys are going the Henley Royal Regatta (HHR) Go Blue!! Both boys and girls are taking an eight and a four.

The girls went to the Henley Women's Regatta in 2007 and made the final. This is the only time Andover sent an entry until this year.
The boys went to the Henley Royal Regatta in 2006 and made it to the semi-final. This is the last time Andover sent an entry across the pond.

This year, with the support of parents and alumni, we are sending both boys and girls as ambassadors of our rowing program and school. It can only happen with enormous parent and alumni support. If you are able and willing to help with the trip please email

A huge thank you to everyone who has donated already to ensure that their student athletes will have the experience of their lives.

In 2006 we spent just under $40k taking a single eight. Now 9 years later we are taking 2 eights and 2 fours to Henley Women's Regatta and Henley Royal Regatta. The budget looks just about $170k. The rowing families are contributing $80K and we have to make up the difference of about $90k. We started on Tuesday May 26th to raise the money and we are at 78% as of yesterday. That leaves with about $20K more to raise for the trip.

We have set up a Henley Fund account with PA.

Donations should be sent to Becca Brewster, Director of Parent Development, at Phillips Academy, 180 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 01810. Becca's phone number is 978-749-4286. The check would be made out to the Trustees of Philips academy with a designation on the check for the Henley Fund.

We are sending out an end of season email. It is going to Alumni first.
You can read it here: Click here for a pdf of the email
Email to be added to the email list.


Reunion Row June 13th 2015

Where: The William H. Brown 1934 Boathouse at 620 Lowell Street in Methuen, Mass., 01844
Who: All 0's and 5's and all other alumni.
What to do: Come and see how our new boathouse and row once again on the Moghty Merrimack.
You will be hosted by Coach James "Jigger" Herman and the Darbys.

The '65 Henley crew went for a row on the Merrimack, down memory lane,
all the way down to the tin shack. They had a good time with Michelle as their cox.


Here is the link for the Reunion row photo
Click on Reunion Row 2015
Click on Reunion Row 2015 by Jigger

Older news

Our own Coach Jigger Herman wrote and article for Rowing magazine last year describing his experience as an Andover coach.
To read the pdf file please click Jigger's Story

If you would like to subscribe to the magazine please go to Rowing Magazine

The Boathouse on March 19th.

The Mighty Merrimack
Our docks waiting...

Andover Crew video


Last home race day thanks to Ann Cavanaugh.
This is a very large Quick Time (.mov) file. Click on the picture to play the file. If your link is a bit slow the it might stop. Just click on the arrow in the bottom left hand corner to make it continue to play. You can download the video by right clicking on the picture and doing a "save link as". It will take about 20 minutes to download depending on your network speed. Once downloaded you can play it with Quick time


The new race course to provide 4 lanes across


Februrary 2nd. The William Brown Boathouse from across a frozen Merrimack River.
March 10th. The William Brown Boathouse from across a roaring unfrozen Merrimack River.

March 20th. The docks are back on the Merrimack River. The water might still be a tad chilly :-)


Andover Crew on local Methuen TV

To see Coach Washburn and the boathouse on Methuen local TV please click on Andover Crew broadcast

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NEIRA (Interschols) '15

Fantastic day at NEIRA. Great rowing by all of our athletes. Our girls are NEIRA champions and our boys win silver.
2015 - New England Championships Boys: B1 Silver, B2 Bronze, B3 Silver
2015 - New England Championships Girls: G1 Gold., G2 Silver, G3 7th

Thank you Coaches and Athletes!!

We have posted pictures from the Interschols.
Here are two links for NEIRA race
Click on G1 NERIA final Video
Click on B1 NERIA final Video

Here are some pictures, more will follow from better photographers and hopefully we will have some video

Smiling medalations
More smiling medalations
B1 Silver medals
The Andover Crew team
Bowls of Happiness
Dunking time

For more pictures please:
Click on NEIRAs Page 1
Click on NEIRAs Page 2
Click on NEIRAs Page 3
Click on NEIRAs Page 4
Click on NEIRAs Page 5

For more pictures please from Max Blandon with a 400mm lens
Click on NEIRAs Page GV1
Click on NEIRAs Page GV2
Click on NEIRAs Page GV3
Click on NEIRAs Page BV1
Click on NEIRAs Page BV2 page 1
Click on NEIRAs Page BV2 page 2
Click on NEIRAs Page BV3

Click the links below for video of the neira races thanks to Ann Cavanaugh.
These are .mp4 files. They run with Quicktime.
When they are running you can also right click and download them
Video NEIRA G1 Medal Ceremony
Video NEIRA G1 Qualifying Heat
Video NEIRA G2 Qualifying Heat
Video NEIRA B1 Qualifying Heat
Video NEIRA B2 Qualifying Heat
Video NEIRA G1 Grand Final
Video NEIRA G2 Grand Final
Video NEIRA B1 Grand Final
Video NEIRA B2 Grand Final
Video NEIRA B3 Grand Final

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Shrewbury, Hingham, Belmont Hill'15 races

Today with Hingham, Shrewsbury and Belmont Hill we raced B1 to B6 and G1 to G6. Everyone raced well.
For detailed times click on the following links
Girls race results 05-16-2015
Boys race results 05-16-2015


We have posted pictures from the team dinner and the Hingham & Shrewsbury races.

For pictures of the races with Hingham, Shrewsbury and Belont Hill please:
Click on Hingham, Shrewbury & Belmont Hill page 1
Click on Hingham, Shrewbury & Belmont Hill page 2
Click on Hingham, Shrewbury & Belmont Hill page 3

For pictures of the races with Hingham, Shrewsbury and Belont Hill thanks to Max Blandon please:
Click on Hingham, Shrewbury & Belmont Hill - Max Blandon page 1
Click on Hingham, Shrewbury & Belmont Hill - Max Blandon page 2
Click on Hingham, Shrewbury & Belmont Hill - Max Blandon page 3

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Exeter-Tabor '15 races


For pictures of the races with Exeter, Tabor and NMH please:
Click on Exeter, Tabor and NMH page 1
Click on Exeter, Tabor and NMH page 2
Click on Exeter, Tabor and NMH page 3
Click on Exeter, Tabor and NMH page 4
Click on Exeter, Tabor and NMH page 5

For pictures of the races with Exeter, Tabor and NMH, thanks to Max Blandon please:
Click on Exeter, Tabor and NMH - Max Blandon page 1
Click on Exeter, Tabor and NMH - Max Blandon page 2

Click the links below for video of the Exeter/Tabor/NM races thanks to Coach Jigger Herman. These are .mp4 files. They run with Quicktime. When they are running you can also right click and download them
Video B4 at Exeter/Tabor/NMH races
Video B5/6 at Exeter/Tabor/NMH races
Video B6 at Exeter/Tabor/NMH races
Video G2 at Exeter/Tabor/NMH races
Video G5 at Exeter/Tabor/NMH races
Video G6 at Exeter/Tabor/NMH races

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St. Paul's '15 races

Our own Kathryn "Luc" Green who coached at Andover for many years is now a crew coach at St. Paul's. St. Paul's was one of the founding schools of the New England Interscholastic Rowing Association more than 60 years ago. Also racing with us was Community Rowing Inc. or CRI.

For pictures of the boat dedication and the races with St. Paul's and CRI please:
Click on Dedication and Races with St. Paul's and CRI page 1
Click on Dedication and Races with St. Paul's and CRI page 2
Click on Dedication and Races with St. Paul's and CRI page 3
Click on Dedication and Races with St. Paul's and CRI page 4
Click on Dedication and Races with St. Paul's and CRI page 5

For pictures of the boat dedication and the races with St. Paul's and CRI taken by Max Blandon please:
Click on MB-Dedication and Races with St. Paul's and CRI page 1
Click on MB-Dedication and Races with St. Paul's and CRI page 2

Click the links below for video of the SPS/CRI races thanks to Ann C. These are .mov files. They run with Quicktime. When they are running you can also right click and download them
Video B1 at SPS/CRI races
Video B2 at SPS/CRI races
Video B3 at SPS/CRI races
Video B4-B5 at SPS/CRI races
Video G1 at SPS/CRI races
Video G2 at SPS/CRI races
Video G3 at SPS/CRI races
Video G4 at SPS/CRI races
Video G5-G6 at SPS/CRI races

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Salisbury, Brunswick, BC High and Boston Latin

Smiling medalations
More smiling medalations

For pictures of the Salisbury races please:
Click on Salisbury SD 2015 page 1
Click on Salisbury SD 2015 page 2
Click on Salisbury MB 2015 page 1

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Andover Exeter Invitational at Lake Quinsigamond '15

We have a wonderful day at Lake Quinsigamond today. The weather was beautiful and the racing was awesome. We were missing some rowers because of ACT tests today. Don't these ACT people know it is racing season? Racing at Lake Quinsigamond gives everyone a taste of how it would feel to race at Interschols on this lake with up to 6 boats across.

We raced G1, G2, G3 & G4. G3 ad G4 raced in the G3 race. We also race B1, B2 and B4. Everyone rowed well and we did better than expected. G1 and B4 had the largest wins today.
For detailed times click on the following links
Girls race results
Boys race results

Here are some pictures and videos from the races at Lake Quinsigamond.
Every boat beat Exeter

Ladies, win or don't come back alive.
Sometimes wet and cold is Really Good.

We have posted pictures from the Lake Q races.
Click on Lake Q Races 1
Click on Lake Q Races 2
Click on Lake Q Races 2
Click on Lake Q Races 3

For more pictures please:
Click on Kevin's Lake Q Races 1
Click on Kevin's Lake Q Races 2

For even more pictures please:
Click on Maximo's's Lake Q Races 1

Click the links below for video of the G1 and B1 races thanks to Ann Cavanaugh.
These are .mov files. They run with Quicktime. When they are running you can also right click and download them
Click here for video B1 Race at LakeQ
Click here for video G1 Race at LakeQ

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Kent '15 races

It was bright sunny day with a wind like a swirling dervish.

Mutual support
Pre-race snack

Here are some pictures from the Kent races.
Click on Kent Races 1
Click on Kent Races 2
Click on Kent Races 3

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Racing April 4th Essex & Simsbury 2015

Today, April4th, on the Merrimack. Warm temperature, strong wind with rising gusts. We started the day with the dedication for a new boat, Haraka 2014, for the Boys' program donated by the Arnold family.
A huge thank you to Rome and Lisa for this kind gift.

The Andover rowing program is the students and coaches with the generous support in time and money from the parents and alumni.
A few years ago we completed the boathouse project. This was followed with a new fleet of wakeless launches that made life much easier for the coaches and provided better safety for everyone on the water. Now in the past 2 years with a fund raising program led by Cathy Rasenberger and the generous donation from Rome and Lisa Arnold we have been able to replace 3 boats for the girls and add a new V1 racer for the boys.

Thank you to everyone who made this possible.

Today we were scheduled to race 3 visitors but Simsbury and Glastonbury had to cry off because the winter weather has delayed the start of their season. We decided to carry on with Essex Rowing Club but Mother Nature had other ideas.
She kindly allowed us good weather for the dedication but once we tried to start the races she increased the wind and added powerful long gusts.
After running the one race for the G1 boats, the coaches on the water made the reluctant decision to stop the racing. The students who were already on water preparing to race were disappointed but it is much better to be safe than sorry. This is for first time in the 12 years I have been attended races that we have had to abandon racing. Hopefully it will be another 12 years before we do it again.


For some pictures please:
Click on Saturday April 4th

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Spring Crew

Here are some pictures from the practice on Friday on the Mighty Merrimack .
A relaxed day of taper rowing

You think we can beat Exeter? - Well we did.
push and push farther.

For more pictures please:
Click on Mighty Merrimack 2015 page 1
Click on Mighty Merrimack 2015 page 2
Click on Mighty Merrimack 2015 page 3

Practice March 28th

Here are some pictures from practice Friday March 28th.
I followed Coach Hurley so most of the river pictures are the boats he was coaching on the day. I will try to go out again during a practice with one of the other coaches.

Looks good both ways up
Smile and you will overcome

For more pictures please:
Click on Practice Page 1
Click on Practice Page 2

Some of our rowers were lucky enough to head south to Oak Ridge Tennessee for warmer water and warmer weather. A chance to stretch those muscles without battling the urge to tightening up to protect from the cold.
A big "thank you" to Coaches Hurley, MacDonald and Moss for making this possible. We hope we can make this a new Andover tradition. I heard a little complaint about some mud but for those of us imprisoned in the frozen north mud is a luxury we can only enjoy in our dreams.
Below are some pictures from the warmer southern climes.

The Warm rowers
Mud glorious mud

We have posted pictures of the team erging in the Smith Center.
Thanks to Qiqi Ren have posted pictures of the Erg fun at Erg Fun Pictures
The shirt color represents how far each person rowed in a 10 minute erg. These voluntary Erg fun events will happen over the winter months.

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Fall Crew 2014

Tail of the Merrimack

Another year's batch of newbies have survived the fall term on the Merrimack. All good things have to come to an end and so it is with fall crew. But what an end! A costume day on the river with 5 races and 12 boats. We had 3 heats plus A & B finals on full buoyed course. A taste of spring racing. The boats were mixed ability and mixed sex. They were selected ahead of time to allow boat fancy dress. We had ghosts, crabs and unicorn to name a few. Much fun was had by all. The racing trophy winners were the Crabs. They also won the best spirit and the best costume went to the Unicorns. For some the end of the week did not come soon enough. These students will have discovered that rowing is not for them. For others the end of the this week and the end of fall crew has come all too soon. For these students the cold, the pain, the relentless hard work has been a welcome relief from the stress of the academic boot camp we call school. These students have found the peace and pleasure of pushing past their limits in the battle with the Merrimack. They will suffer cabin fever waiting for the chance to break the ice on the river for spring racing.

A good hair day
on the Merrimack

We have posted pictures from the Tail of the Merrimack.
Click on Tail of the Merrimack Page 1
Click on Tail of the Merrimack Page 2
Click on Tail of the Merrimack Page 3
Click on Tail of the Merrimack Page 4

Family Weekend.

When: October 24th 3 pm
Where: The William H. Brown 1934 Boathouse at 620 Lowell Street in Methuen, Mass., 01844
Who: Family of our rowers plus all other alumni and friends are welcome.
What to do: Come and see how our latest batch of struggling newbies have morphed into Andover rowers.
You will be able to watch the students row on the water and to meet their coaches Dale P Hurley, Stewart MacDonald, James "Jigger" Herman, Catherine Kemp, Ed Ford, Yue Cao and Brendan MacKinson. We might also have Bob Moss an boatman Rick Schroeder.


We have posted pictures from the Family Weekend open house.
Click on Family Weekend Page 1
Click on Family Weekend Page 2
Click on Family Weekend Page 3
Click on Family Weekend Page 4

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Andover Crew 2014 Photo Stories



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Alumni News

Saturday June 14th- Reunion Row

It was a beautiful calm slightly gray morning on the Merrimack. Perfect day to discover if muscle memory is more than 30 years. Our eldest alum was Paul Neshamkin '59. We had a father daughter match up of Forty Conklin '79 and Janet Conklin '17 stroking and coxing one of the alum boats.


We have posted pictures from the Reunion Row.
Click on Reunion Row Page 1
Click on Reunion Row Page 2
Click on Reunion Row Page 3

Caroline Lind '02 and Liv Coffey rowed for the USA. This is a link to the USA W8+ winning gold at the world cup. All these women raced in smaller boats in the morning. Caroline strokes this boat in an amazing race. Click on USA W8+ Amazing race

Head of the Charles Regatta.

When: October 18th & 19th
Where: Reunion Village Tent #8 (Beside Weeks Bridge on the Charles)
Who: Andover Crew Alumni boat in the race and reunion tent in the village.
What to do: Come and support our alumni boat and meet old friends by the river
On Saturday our Andover Alumni will be racing under the name of Friends of Andover Crew in 4 events:
Men Senior Master 4 (50+) - 10:33 am
Men Club 4 - 1:00 pm
This boat includes Shaun Stuer '09 and Curtis Hon '10
Men Senior Master 8 (40+) - 3:04 pm
This boat is Peter Ventre 1977, Tom Boyle 1974, John Pawlowski 1974, Forty Conklin 1979, Adam Rosenthal 1981, David Duquette 1982, Michael Marrus 1981, Fran Ryan 1984 & Janet Conklin.
Director's Challenge Parent/Child Double Sculls - 4:50 p.m.
Dave Lippold '74 and his daughter Caroline. On Sunday many of our young alumni were be racing in college boats.

Join us at the Andover tent (#8) in the Reunion Village by the Weeks Bridge.
Map and Race schedule
Or watch live webcast at HoCR Webcast

Here's the trailer for a new documentary film about the regatta's 50th. Click on Head of the Charles - 50 Years
Good Luck!

Sunday October 19th 8 pm.

The second day of the HoCR was Brrrh cold. The wind gave coxswains some extra challenges especially at bridges where the river turns.

I am not sure of all of the recent alumni who were racing for their colleges.

I know Gant Bitler was in a 8+ for Brown. Liv Coffey rowed for a Harvard alumni boat coming in at 5th right behind a Dartmouth alum boat that included our new girls’ coach Cath Kemp. The two Kirk brothers, Garrett and Nate rowed for Cambridge and Brown coming in #2 and #3. Ian Accomando was rowing with the Dartmouth alumni. Travis Metz coxed a Harvard alumni boat to victory in the 40+ category. Henry Kennelly rowed in the Championship 4 for Harvard. Julian Danziger lightweight 8s for Dartmouth, Sam Green rowed in a Harvard 8, lot and lots of alum out on the water yesterday. Well done!

Saturday October 18th 8 pm.

Life is good! We are very happy to report that all the Andover crew alumni have been reported alive at the completion their races in the Head of the Charles Regatta today. No small feat for a group that includes a rower, Kit Wise PA '66, who first raced the HoCR in 1965.

Our group of intrepid athletes has not gone unnoticed by the press. The story of Kit Wise is featured in the 50th anniversary official commemorative program for the Regatta. David Lippold and Forty Conklin along with their respective daughters, Caroline and Janet, are featured in a article on parent/child rowing pairs in the HoCR. Click here for article

We started the weekend at the new Andover Boathouse on a warm bright Friday afternoon. A group of our Alumni arrived for a little pre-regatta warm-up rowing. They took turns for nostalgic rows on the Merrimack in a coxed 4. They rowed down past the old and older boathouses. They rowed up towards the power lines. They relived the pleasure of the Merrimack from all those years ago. Forty Conklin '79 had the added pleasure of falling under the spell of his daughter's coxing voice reverberating over the water.

A little reminiscing about the older boathouses and how everything was more difficult back in their day and they were ready to tackle the 3 mile hike upstream on the Charles.

Early On Saturday morning the boathouse was host to the University of Washington team for their quiet practice row in preparation for their regatta battle. These guys were more like a synchronized swimming team. The coach barks no orders. From the time they walked through the door they are in continuous silent motion until the white blades of Washington were slicing the warm Merrimack water. They headed up river for a quick 10k row guided by Michelle Darby PA '07, UW '11.

Saturday weather forecasts over the previous week had changed every day. When Saturday came the weather did everything mentioned in the various forecasts from bright sunshine to deep black clouds with rain. Typical New England.

Andover was racing in the Men's Senior Master Fours [50+], Men's Club Fours, Men's Master Eights [40+] and the Directors' Challenge Parent/Child Doubles. Kit Wise '66, Travis Metz '87 and Ian Accomando '08 were racing under other colors on the day. Kit rowed in a club pair, Travis coxed a Harvard eight and Ian rowed in a Dartmouth alumni boat. As we said earlier everyone survived.

The major excitement of the day was when another boat decided to crash into our four in the club race just after the Weeks Bridge. Our blue boat was penalized for Interference and Non Yield. I am not sure how you are supposed to yield when a boat behind misjudges the Weeks's turn and overshoots into your path to clash oars. Obviously I am biased but I was on the bridge above and have photographs to prove it.

We had a steady stream of alumni visiting the tent hosted by the Darbys and Crystal McGuire of the alumni office. Chris Maietta '74 was hosting a nearby tent for Wayland Weston Rowing and was last seen in deep conversation with a female state trooper trying to persuade her to organize a state police boat entry for the next year.

Good luck to all Andover alumni rowing the college races tomorrow. All alumni in Boston are welcome at tent #8 in the Reunion Village by Weeks Bridge. There is good cheap parking behind the Harvard business school on the other side of Storrow drive. Hope to see you by the river tomorrow!

Interested in the history of Andover Crew? Check out the Year Books starting at 1956

More Alum Stories

Navy Lt. Commander Laurie Coffey '95 has been selected for induction into the Andover Athletic Hall of Honor.

In recent times it has become popular to bring sons and daughters to work for a day. Well Olivia Coffey '07 had the opportunity to spend a day with her big sister Lt. Cmdr. Laurie Coffey '95. There is only room for two in her office but at least she isn't interrupted by the phone. The "office" in questions is a US Navy F18. It is about the same length as a Vespoli V1 but it weighs a little more and you definitely do not want to be anywhere near the wake. We all sleep safe in our beds at night because people such as Laurie Coffey exchange launching a racing shell off a dock on the Charles for launching an F18 off the deck of a carrier. As a Navy Officer, Laurie became a fighter pilot and flew more than 100 combat hours on 25 missions in Iraq.

Laurie and sister Liv '07
In WW2 women were allowed to transport planes

Preparing for take off
In flight

We have now posted all the rowing pictures from all the Yearbooks we managed to find. Thanks to Ann Harris for arranging the scanning. We have now posted all the yearbooks to . Enjoy! We are still missing Yearbooks for the following years 1958, 1959, 1984,1985, 1991 and 2004.

Here are some yearbook pictures. Please see if you can guess the year and name any of the people. These are also posted on Facebook. You can email your answers to or post them in the guest book. See the "guestbook" icon on the top of this page.

With help from Hobey Birmingham '62
Boys 1963
Standing Row: Coach Bill Brown, James Pinney ‘63, Jan Askman ‘63, James Wells ‘63, John Born ‘63, Hugh Emory ‘63, Dan Eubank ‘65, Gib Vincent ‘63, Gordon Hardy '63
Front Row: Paul Hoffman ‘63
With help from Neil Batt '82:
1st Row: E.Roche '83, P. Tipton '83, D. Mahoney '82, M Weatherley-White '82, J Doggett '83
2nd Row: T. Lameyer '82, N. Batt '82, D. Duquette '82, S. Hochman '84
With help from Struan Robertson '83:
Girls 1 & 2nd 1983
1st Row: Rachel Moscarella '83, J. Gillivray ;84, Rachel Simons '83, Carolyn McGowan '83, ?
2nd Row: Thayer Tolles '83, E Stier '83, Donna Hoitsma '83?, Betsy Biern '84
3rd Row: L.Doucette, Susannah Hill '83, E. Crowther, L. Zuckerman '83, Elizabeth McHenry '83
4th Row: P. Canfield, S. Black '83,S. Hazelwood '85, Milisa Galazzi '84.
Boys 1 & 2nd 1983 L-R, Boys First Boat:
1st Row: Max Drake '83, Patrick Tipton '83, Geoffrey Tuller '83, Alec Hugo '83, Chris Tompson '83,
2nd Row: Jeb Doggett '83, Eamon Roche '83, Steve Hochman '84 & Bruce Trask '83,
3rd Row: Boys 2nd Boat- Art Muldoon '84, Mikkel Hermann '83, (coxswain)?, John Helmers '83, Struan Robertson '83, Peter Washburn (coach)
4th Row: Dan Miller '83, ?, Fritz Reichenbach '83, Steve Blackwell '83.
1982 G1
1st Row: P. Hager, R Moscarella '83, R. Simons '83, C. Richards '82, L. Carr
2nd Row: J. Mulvihill '82, T. Tolles'83 , E. Biemann '82, M. Durham '82

For more alumni stories click here Alumi Corner
Year Books Andover Crew


We have started digging into the history of Andover Crew again.
Here are some old pictures from Henley:

Henley boat
Three of the boat are here
1959 - First Andover trip to Henley
1959 Andover vs Thames Rowing Club

1959 Boat: Bow-Bill Taylor, 2-Chris Miller, 3-Jack Allen, 4-Renny Maier, 5-Dick Masland, 6-Art Burnham, 7-Bill Sanford, stroke-Maynard Toll (Captain), cox-Patrick Cary-Barnard. (Thanks to Bill Sanford)

We have also started a web page for the rowing entries in the Year Books from 1956 when Coach Brown founded Andover Crew. Below is the first entry from 1956. We have now posted all we have on Year Books Andover Crew
We are still missing Year Books for the following years 1958, 1959, 1984,1985, 1991and 2004. If you have a Yearbook for any of these years and are willing to scan it or send it to us to scan please email us at

1956 Year Book


Old Fashion Jump to, if you prefer


The Spirit of Andover Crew

Crew is a little different from other sports. All the students, boys and girls, everyone from varsity first boat to the sixth boat, train together, practice together, race together. Everyone jumps on the same bus for the bone-rattling trip to the boathouse. Everyone helps with the launches. Everyone shares the same cold wet days on the Merrimack. Everyone shares the same pain, the same pleasure. Everyone will have the same joy as the boat starts to sync and the speed increases. There is no individual effort. There is no individual glory. Only one boat, eight rowers, one coxswain, one shell. A racing boat.
Below is a multimedia section including a video of this year's (07) interschols, Michelle's call and video from Henley '06 and a documentary video about Andover crew made by Katherine Adams '06. Recently we have noticed people referring to Andover crew as a world class program. The shallow reason for such an accolade is probably the recent racing performance such as B1 with two silvers and a gold and G1 with three silvers in the last three New England Championships. We think the program is world class because of the spirit of Andover crew down through all 12 boats. We hope the videos below will help you visit again with the spirit of Andover crew.

Interschols '07 Video


Click the links below for Interschol video thanks to Jim Moroney.
Click here for Interschol video part 1
Click here for Interschol video part 2
Click here for Interschol video part 3

Abingdon Race Henley '06 - Michelle's Coxswain's Call: You can feel the spirit as you listen to this race from Henley '06. Abingdon, one of the top English schools, used their fantastic start to take an early lead of over a boat length. Lesser crews would have crumbled. Andover clawed back into the race and then pulled off a tremendous sprint to take the victory.


Click the CONE for a video combination of the coxswain's recording and the TV recording of the Abingdon-Andover race. The video will start with a photograph of the team racing at Henley. The TV footage from will appear for the last 500 meters.

Andover Crew video: Katherine Adams created this Andover crew video in the Spring of '04. As you watch this movie I think you will appreciate that Andover Crew is something very special. We have split the movie into four parts to make it easier to play and download. Please click on the link and it will play using Media Player. You may also right click on each part to download the four files and then use the 'open' command under 'file' to select all four to play as a group.
Andover Crew Video Part 1
Andover Crew Video Part 2
Andover Crew Video Part 3
Andover Crew Video Part 4
Courtesy of Katherine Adams '06

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General Information



Coach Dale Hurley Director of Andover Crew.

Dale joined us in 2006 and has been a inspiration to our young rowers ever since with his famous launch cry of "What do you do when you are not having fun?" "PULL HARDER". He came to the program with coaching experience at Blair Academy, University of Pennsylvania, University of Tennessee, and the US Naval Academy built on top of a successful rowing career that included being a 5 time member of the U.S National Lightweight Rowing team. This past 2 years he ran a very enthusiastic girls program that improved their Interschols results. For the prior 3 years his B3 boats won gold at all three the New England Championships.
The goal is to inspire happy rowers to learn to row in the fall and win the New England Championship in the spring. We all wish Dale and his team every success.

Coach Stewart MacDonald P'13 coxed for Belmont Hill, Wisconsin and the US National team at the Olympics in '68 and '72. He has coached at Kent, Belmont Hill, Boston University and the USA national team and most recently as a guest coach with our championship girls' team in 2011. He also coached Dale Hurley on the national team for 4 years. He coached the boys to Interschols silver in '15 and gold in '14.

Coach Andy Finch is a BU grad who rowed there for 4 years. After graduating in 1994, Andy went on to row on the LWT National Team for 3 years 1994, 1995, and 1996

Coach Brendan MacKinson teaches in the Natural Sciences. Coach Mackinson id following the same path as Bill Brown in that he was a sailor who moved on to coaching Crew.

Coach Veronika “Vee” Platzer represented the USA at World Cup races in the single, double and quad from 1993-1998. Prior to her rowing career, Vee won three consecutive NCAA titles as a discus thrower, was a 13-time NCAA All-American, and was named “NCAA Female Track and Field Athlete of the Decade” (1980-1990).

Coach Catherine Kemp rowed for Dartmouth and has continued her life-long passion for the sport by rowing with the Dartmouth alumni. Cath is also an active USRowing licensed referee and has been working with the girls. Cath is an instructor in biology.

Coach Bob Moss, aka Coach Rambo, May not be able to join us this year as he has some hip issues. While we would not want him to fall into the Merrimack we will miss him dearly.

Coach Profile - School website

Girls' Team Captains '16: Vienna Kuhn and Fiona Yonkman
Boys' Team Captains '16: Gab Blanchard and Nick Faulkner

O Captain! my Captain! rise up and hear the bells;
Rise up--for you the flag is flung--for you the bugle trills;
For you bouquets and ribbon'd wreaths--for you the shores a-crowding;
For you they call, the swaying mass, their eager faces turning;

Walt Whitman

Coach Peter Washburn - Andover Crew 1981 to 2014

We owe a huge thank you to Pete Washburn and his wife Kit for the last 33 years. Thanks for all the boats that raced at Interschols, Youth Nationals and Henley Royal Regatta but most importantly thanks for being a wonderful coach and mentor to generations of Andover rowers and coxswains.
The pictures below are a team photograph from 1981 and a race day picture from 2013.
You will always be in our hearts.
This Website is run by Parents, Friends and Alums of Andover Crew to inform and involve parents and alums in the Andover Crew program.

The FALL crew season is the time for fun. Many new students have never been in a rowing boat. The experienced and novice students are mixed together in a process that starts with lots of splashing and little speed through the water. The teams progress with advice and encouragement from the coaches as well as laughter and hard work from the students. Eventually every boat is powering through the water with every oar moving as though the rowers were part of one being. Students who used to run inside at the first drop of rain will soon be happily braving even snow showers for the opportunity to spend the afternoon on the river. Hard to believe? Come and see!

Your students will soon be speaking a new language. You too can learn a little more or understand their new vocabulary

Rowing requires great skill and co-ordination. Here are some extra challenges that a student can try during the school vacation. What about Sculling ?

The program has about 100 girls and boys. They row mostly 'eights' and a few 'fours'

Everyday they are bused to and from the boathouse on the Merrimack River. There is an incredible camaraderie amongst the crew students. Maybe it is the daily bus journey, maybe the shared battle with the elements, maybe the fact that crew is a true team effort? Maybe it is just the shared experience of a few hours together away from the pressure of schoolwork? It is a pleasure to see this happy relaxed group working hard and having fun together.

Spring term is racing season. The competitive spirit kicks in as they start training for races. Andover competes against schools from all over the North East such as Exeter, Kent, NMH, St Paul's, St. John's, Tabor and others. Andover also competes at the New England Interscholastic Regatta (NEIRA) in May.

Spring is also the time for parents and friends to join in with practical help and support. The Saturday races are almost full day events with Andover fielding from 6 to 10 boats against the competition. Supporters travel to the races and provide our teams with food and drink throughout the day. If you have been to any of the races, you will know the extraordinary amount of nourishment required to support a hard racing team. The support and encouragement of the parents and fellow racers contributes greatly to the team. The races are also fun events for students and parents together. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to come, even if you can only make it to one of the races. If you live far away you can make a contribution that will be used to provide the food for the races and the end of season barbecue.

Apart from the school website, this website is the primary source for information. For more interactive and immediate news we have a Facebook group "Friends of Andover Crew". For real time race results we use a twitter account called "andovecrew". We have also started a Linkedin group called "Andover Crew". Membership of these groups is open to Parents, Friends and Alumni of Andover Crew.

Over the years parents and friends have also supported the program with donations of equipment. In the past few years donations have paid for trips overseas, new ergs, new docks, launches and of course new racing boats. With up to 6 racing boats for each of the boys and girls, the hand-me-down boats are pretty old and battered by the time they reach the lower boats even if they are passed on every couple of years. The process needs new boats every 2 to 3 years. In recent years we have added a number of new boats for the girls. This past spring we added new boats to the boys program thanks to very generous donations from parents of both boys and girls. Over the winter we had 4 new erg machines donated. All this while we have been raising money for a new boathouse.

At the very least, crew will allow your student to have fun, exercise, make new friends and learn a new skill. It may also be the start of a life long passion.

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Training and Fun


Some guidance for the art of erging with skill and style. Read and inwardly digest this guidance and then do the complete opposite and you will have perfection!


Now that the crews are on the water, some people will be catching crabs. If you are going to do something, you might as well excel at it. Here are instructions for catching a really good crab!


For a video of a real-life ejector crab from the MIT website, thanks to Kit H. Click here You will need a mp4 player such as QuickTime or DIV/X.

Catching a crab can be a race stopping event. Check out the youtube video from San Diego at 1 min 24 secs. Click Ejection crab

Diet is very important for all of us. Strenuous sports such as Crew add an extra dimension to diet planning. Eating properly is essential for good health. Some useful advice for rowers and parents bringing food to races can be found in this Training diet guide link. Staying healthy should be the first priority.

Crew first day on the water

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Crew after a week with the coaches - see technique instruction


Strokes thru' the ages

I know we have many alumni who go weepy eyed at the sight of an old wooden boat and cannot believe that the feather light modern oars can propel a boat at speed. Michael Callahan of the Universiy of Washington has written an interesting article comparing the stroke used in 1949 with that of today. To see this article Click here


The 1949 boat merged with the 2009 boat.

If all this exertion is too much for you and you would rather some very light training , then try simulated crew with this game for your family. interesting board games.

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Parental Support


In the Fall our duty as parents is to make supporting, understanding nods at the comments that crew is "awesome", "tough", "exhilarating" and of course pretend that we understand the new language. We must not comment on the new found appetites, tendency to dress in layers and almost complete immunity to the weather. In Spring the racing season offers a direct opportunity for parents to participate. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend the race meetings and yell "GO BLUE". The students really appreciate the loyal band of supporters to cheer them to victory. The races are exhilarating, exhausting and appetite creating and that is just for the supporters. Over the duration of the race meeting, the parents provide a hospitality table for our athletes to quench their thirst and quell their hunger after a hard race.

We can have up to 120 hungry students to feed. You would be amazed at the amount of food consumed. Our athletes are very serious about what they eat before and after a race. It appears they really listen to all the comments about healthy eating that you thought had fallen on deaf ears.
Check out what rowers should and should not eat and when
In Spring we publish a sample menu for the food table. Everyone can join in by bringing food or making a donation to purchase food.
Click here for the food menu for our race If your child has any special food requirements or preferences please have them inform us before the races and email
To make every race a fun filled success we need loads of help from parent volunteers. Parents can bring food, organize the food table, take pictures, send twitter results and even write up rce day reports for the website. Every little bit of help makes the boats go faster.
Click here for Parent Information
Click here for the sign up sheet.Parent Volunteer Sign Up

The most important thing parents can do is provide encouragement and, if possible, come to support the students at Parents Weekend in the Fall and the races in the Spring. A crew program needs good equipment to be competitive. The Andover crew program has also benefited over the past 50 years from parent and alumni donations. Much of our equipment has been acquired with these donations. Hence the funny names on the boats -- "Pete & Jerry", Cashin. Lone Star and Coach Moss. When crews have won the right to attend the Henley Regatta in London, it has only been possible with the generous donations of parents and alumni to pay for a trip that will be remembered for a lifetime.

If you would like to be on our email list please email us at

Top 7 Reasons To Be A Crew Mom/Dad

1. Cooking lunch for the kids on the team is like cooking for a small village.
2. The people from the Child Abuse Prevention Center keep calling about the cuts and bruises on the backs of your child's legs.
3. Standing in the rain and mud on Saturdays in April is much better than relaxing at home.
4. What the hell is a unisuit?
5. Your kids haven't gone to bed this early since they were two years old.
6. You can personally keep Johnson & Johnson in business by buying Band-Aids, gauze, and Neosporin for all their blisters.
7. After all these years they finally eat everything on their plate.

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Spring Schedule

To live is to row, to row is to race, to race is to test the limits. NEIRA beckons.


A Call to Oars:
Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more;
Then imitate the action of the tiger;
Stiffen the sinews, summon up the blood,
Disguise fair nature with hard-favour'd rage;
Now set the teeth and stretch the nostril wide,
Hold hard the breath and bend up every spirit
To the full height. On, on, you noblest rowers.
Whose limbs were made in New England show us here
The mettle of your pasture; let us swear
That you are worth your breeding; which I doubt not;
For there is none of you so mean and base,
That hath not noble lustre in your eyes.
I see you stand like greyhounds in the slips,
Straining upon the start. The game's afoot:
Follow your spirit, and upon this charge
Cry 'Go for myself, my family and Andover Crew!'
(Mostly from Henry V Act 3 Scene 1)
- Apologies to Will Shakespeare.

Preliminary Andover Spring Racing Schedule 2016 (Teams, times & boats may change)
Date Day Team Opponent Site Time
09-Apr-2016 Sat Boys B1-B? St Mark's Scrimmage Home TBD
09-Apr-2016 Sat Girls G1-G? St Mark's Scrimmage Home TBD
16-Apr-2016 Sat Boys B1-B? Kent Home TBD
16-Apr-2016 Sat Girls G1-G? Kent Home TBD
23-Apr-2016 Sat Boys B1-B? NMH and Salisbury Home TBD
23-Apr-2016 Sat Girls G1-G? NMH and Salisbury Home TBD
30-Apr-2016 Sat Boys B1-B? Hingham,BC High & Boston Latin Home TBD
30-Apr-2016 Sat Girls B1-B? Hingham,BC High & Boston Latin Home TBD
7-May-2016 Sat Boys B1-B? St. Paul's AwayTBD
7-May-2016 Sat Girls G1-G? St. Paul's Away TBD
14-May-2016 Sat Boys B1-B? Tabor-Exeter Home TBD
14-May-2016 Sat Girls G1-G? Tabor-Exeter Home TBD
21-May-2016 Sat Boys B4-B? Lower Boat Regatta Home TBD
21-May-2016 Sat Girls G4-G? Lower Boat Regatta HomeTBD
28-May-2016 Sat Boys B1-B3 Interscholastics (NEIRA) Away 8 am
28-May-2016 Sat Girls G1-G3 Interscholastics (NEIRA) Away 8 am

The number of boats depends the other schools. We hope to add additional races for the lower boats.

For past years' results go to Row2k results and enter the year.

The times listed are TBD and approximate times for the first racing boat to go on the water. The teams and supporters arrive about an hour earlier to setup for the races.

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For direction to all of our regular season away racing venues click here

Following are the directions to the William Brown boathouse:

  • Take I-93 North or South to Exit 46 (Route 110/Route 113 toward Lawrence/Dracut)
  • Take the Lowell Street/Route 110 exit out of the traffic circle (it is the third exit if coming from I-93 north; it is the first exit if coming from I-93 south)
  • Drive straight through the first light and continue on for 1.3 miles
  • The boathouse is located on the left

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Related links

We believe all of the links are working again. Please leave a message in the guest book if you have any problems with the links or if you have a favorite link that you would like us to add to our list.
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AndoverCrew on YouTube

This is a list of Andovercrew videos on YouTube by various contribitors in no special order.

Oscar Tang: Andover Life
Abingdon-Andover Henley06
Ian Sigal -- Work Ethic
Ian Sigal -- Team Mates
Ian Sigal -- Goals
2011 NEIRA B1 Final
2011 NERIA G1 Final
2011 NERIA B3 Final
2011 National Championships
2011 National
2011 NEIRA G2 heat
2011 NEIRA B2
2011 NERIA G1 heat
2011 NEIRA G2 Final
2011 NEIRA B1 Heat
2011 NEIRA B2 Final
2010 NERIA Trophy presentation
2010 Interschols Luc goes swimming
2010 Interschols Girls G1
2007 Henley Women's Regatta

We have added video thanks to Joe Bouscaren. They are on Youtube as well. Search Andover B1 Neira. You can click on them to play if this is jumpy or slow then you can right click and download them to your computer and play. They are MP4 format and can be viewed with a free player from
Click on Interschols Race video B1
Click on Interschols Race video B2
Click on Interschols Race video B3
Click on Interschols Race video G1
Click on Interschols Race video G2
Click on Interschols Race video G3
Click on Row2k Article
Click on Andover Crew video with natural sound
Click on Andover Crew video with music

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Andover crew Hats - THE definitive fashion statement this Spring

We have re-ordered Andover Crew hats. Every rower and coach will a free hat before Grandparents' Weekend. Over 130 hats. Additional hats have been purchased for parents, friends and alumni of Andover Crew. These hats are available for a donation of $15 plus postage if required. Wear your hat when you visit the campus to show your support for the crew program. When we reach a 150 donations, we will have covered the cost of the hats for the rowers.
If you would like a hat please email We will email you donation instructions. The hats are lightweight with a built in sweat band.:

Andover Crew Hat - front
Andover Hat - back

We also have a small quantity of dark blue and light blue visors for $10.

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