West Coast Scholastic Championship

  • Apr 24, 2022
  • sprint
  • Lake Merced
  • San Francisco, CA (USA)
  • Hosted By: St. Ignatius College Prep
  • 2022 Registered Regatta

Racing will be conducted under the USRowing, “Rules of Racing."


Qualifying Instructions for the SRAA National Championships:

  • The West Coast Scholastic Championships will be allotted one (1) slot for boys & girls in each of the following events.

  • Any entries not used for the championship regattas will go into the At-Large Bid category.

  • The West Coast Scholastic Rowing Championship is the qualifying event for the SRAA National Championship. Please see https://www.sraa.net/rules.html if you wish to compete at the SRAA Championship but are unable to attend the West Coast Championship.

Varsity 8+

Second Varsity 8+

Junior 8+

Lightweight 8+

Freshman 8+

Varsity 4+


Junior 4+

Lightweight 4+


Varsity 4x


Junior 4x

Lightweight 4x

Freshman 4x

Varsity 2x


Junior 2x

Lightweight 2x


Varsity 1x



SRAA National Championships Athletic Eligibility Limitation 

  1. Eligibility is assigned to students in their freshman through senior year (grades 9 through 12). 
  2. Each athlete has four consecutive years (eight consecutive semesters) of eligibility beginning in September of their freshman year (9th grade). 
  3. A rower or coxswain cannot have reached his or her 19th birthday prior to September 1st of that academic year. 
  4. After eight consecutive semesters, a student will have completed his/her athletic eligibility and may no longer participate in the SRAA® Regatta.
  5. The eight consecutive semester rule begins with the student’s initial enrollment in the 9th grade. 
  6. Postgraduates or (Canadian/US) fifth year students are not permitted.
  7. Lightweight rowers must be certified by a trainer who submits the information online in order to be eligible to compete. 


For teams wishing to compete at the SRAA National Championship in May, please take note of the following. The SRAA National Championship regatta is an invitational regatta and will always be held on Friday & Saturday of Memorial Day weekend.

  • This regatta, and the SRAA Championship, is open to qualified crews of any public or private school given to the education of youth.
  • The SRAA requires that teams entering the SRAA Championship regatta, and who wish to qualify, are registered through USRowing as a school team.
  • For the SRAA Championship, the SRAA requires that qualifying teams submit an eligibility document showing the roster and qualifying athletes, signed by the school's Athletic Director, Principal, or Headmaster. This document is currently only available when registering for the SRAA Championship at https://www.regattacentral.com/regatta/?job_id=7675
  • A national scholastic institution must certify the status of the school.
  • Students must be working toward a diploma.
  • All schools wishing to enter must be approved to compete in their state’s public league championship regatta. 
  • Neither composite teams, nor rowers representing more than one public school or school district will be allowed to compete.



Please see https://www.sraa.net/rules.html for further questions regarding the SRAA National Championship.