Kansas State Men's Crew is the coed rowing program at K-State.
Rowing is known as the oldest of all intercollegiate sports, beginning with the first race between Harvard and Yale in 1852. Today, rowing has become increasingly popular across the country. The Kansas State Men's Crew was established in 1963 by the late Coach Emeritus Don Rose. Our program has continued to grow and thrive, bringing in an average of 30 rowers per year, both men, and women. This water sport combines teamwork, endurance, and technical finesse. It is a highly rewarding experience for all individuals involved. We pride ourselves on being one of the top rowing clubs in the midwest, both in competition and camaraderie.
Experience is NOT required in rowing or any form of athletics! No height, weight, size, or gender requirements. Get in the best shape of your life! Create lifelong friendships from a large network of rowers, men and women of all ages.
We are one of the oldest sport clubs on campus and the only one that can varsity letter. Travel and compete at the highest level all across the country!
Year-round we are looking for both men and women to be rowers or coxswains -- steersman who directs the rowers. You can join at any time, but preferably at the start of the school year.
Facebook: KSU Rowing
Mon-Fri, 5:30-7:30 pm
Competition schedule 2017-18
Our boathouse and the new clubhouse is located on the Tuttle Creek Reservoir area. We row out of the east shore from Elk's Cove. Directions: Take K-13 East across the dam, turn north on Spillway Marina Road. Look for the sign that reads "Victory Drive - Home of K-State Crews".