Who we are: Wayland-Weston Crew is a program of Wayland-Weston Rowing Association, Inc. Established in 2000, WWRA is a not-for-profit educational organization dedicated to bringing the joy of rowing to the greater Wayland-Weston community. WWRA Mission Statement: The mission of Wayland-Weston Rowing Association is to offer a quality rowing experience. Our primary focus is to offer a competitive interscholastic rowing program of excellence. We value achievement as a team and as individuals. We want to teach students how to set goals and achieve them, and we want them to experience the benefits of teamwork, perseverance and discipline. We also want them to enjoy the fun, camaraderie, and traditions of this prestigious sport. The WWRA Story: Founded in 2000, WWRA has grown into one of the most successful public school programs in the state and competitive at the national level. We have about 120 rowers across all of the programs, 7-9 coaches and a full-time program director (Mike Baker). We race primarily 8+s and 4+s but have a handful of singles and pair/doubles to help develop more technical skill sets. 2017 State Champions: In Spring 2017 we won the MPSRA (Massachusetts Public Schools Rowing Association) Championship, W-W took home gold in the varsity girls first 8+, varsity girls third 8+, varsity boys first 8+, varsity boys third 8+, novice girls 8+, novice girls 4+, novice boys second 8+, girls 1x, and girls 4x, and silver in the varsity girls second 8+, girls 2x, and boys 2x. This is the first time W-W clenched both the Kenneth F. Burns Memorial Award and the Sculling Team Trophy. The team qualified Women’s Lightweight Youth 4+ for the US Rowing Youth Nationals and is also always competitive at the Head of the Charles and other regattas.
2017 Spring Massachusetts Public School State Championship Team: