Regatta Results

How our team is doing

Medals in Canada

Three Pioneer boats made it through to finals on Sunday at the prestigious Canadian Secondary School Rowing Association (CSSRA) and the senior women’s 8 came home with bronze medals! See the story on M-Live
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Hot at Nationals

Pioneer sent two boats to the National Scholastic Rowing Association of America (SRAA) Regatta over Memorial Day weekend after qualifying at Midwest two weeks prior. See the story on M-Live

Michigan Championship Regatta

Pioneer Women’s crew won their third consecutive State championship. The Men’s team placed fourth and the entire team won third place overall. Full story on M-Live
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Medals at Midwest

Pioneer boats had a good showing this year at the Midwest Regionals in Ohio. We raced 14 boats and 10 went to a final. Three of those boats brought home medals! The Women’s 130# 4+ and the gold winning Women’s V1 4 both qualified for Nationals. Read the full story on M-Live.

Gold Winning Women's V1 4+

Midwest Champion Women’s V1 4+

St. Mary’s Laddie Cup Regatta

The whole team won three golds, four silvers, one bronze and the women’s team finished in second place overall at this competitive regatta!

Read all about it on M-Live.

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Huron River Trophy!

The Pioneer Men’s and Women’s crew team started their spring season close to home at the Huron River Sprints hosted by Skyline High School, between the Concordia College campus and Gallup Park in Ann Arbor.
Full story on M-Live!

Strong Competition at Blake Haxton Invitational

Pioneer faced some of the best schools and clubs from around the Midwest in their final regatta of the fall season. Full story on M-Live.

Winning at Head of the Grand

Pioneer crew were overall winners and shared men’s gold Saturday at the Head of the Grand in Lansing. Full story on M-Live
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Medals at Frogtown

Pioneer medaled in six events! See the Frogtown Regatta article on M-Live

Four boats in CSSRA finals

Eleven boats qualified for semi-finals and four of those advanced to finals in three days of intense Canadian competition. Full story on M-Live.

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