Florida Crew is a competitive club sports team at the University of Florida. Founded in 1984, we have never let the classification "club" define our performance or results. We compete against Division I, II, & III teams, as well as other club teams, in one of the most physically and mentally rigorous sports in the world.
Florida Crew started off as just a small group of passionate athletes. They rowed in mixed men/women line ups until they had enough rowers to separate into women's and men's team. Now we have about 100 rowers, and four full teams: Novice Women, Novice Men, Varsity Women and Varsity Men.
We have pushed ourselves into the national spotlight with our Men’s and Women’s Varsity 8+’s winning gold at the Head of the Hooch in 2017 and 2018 respectively, our Women’s Lightweight 4+ and Women’s 2x obtaining national club (ACRA) titles in 2018 and 2019 respectively, our Women’s Lightweight 4+ winning gold at Dad Vails in 2019, and our women’s team winning the 2019 national championship (ACRA).
Florida Crew is recruiting for its 2018-2019 season. We are seeking tall, strong athletes as well as smaller athletes (around 125lbs) for our coxswains. With over 50 rowers and several national championship medals, Florida Crew is one of the largest and most successful organizations on campus.