Men’s Rowing is the oldest college sport in America!

WVU Men’s Rowing offers an opportunity to get in shape, enjoy the Morgantown water and to foster relationships. The club practices five days a week on the Monongahela River which runs right through Morgantown. Anyone is welcome and encouraged to come out for the team; no experience is necessary. Rowing is a unique sport that requires each person to work with three to seven other men in a shell to achieve the same goal- being the first to cross the finish line. It is a high intensity, fast paced, and muscle aching sport, but if you give it a chance we are sure that you will fall in love with the sport and art of rowing.


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