Crew - Girls Varsity
Coach: Molly Konopka
About EA Crew:
- 2021 Stotesbury Cup Regatta, Philadelphia City Championship, and Scholastic Rowing Association of America Championship winners.
- In 2014, EA rowers won the Girls Varsity 4+ trophy at the Philadelphia City Championship, the Bronze medal in the Stotesbury Cup Regatta and the Silver medal in the National Schools Regatta;
- In 2014, EA Boys’ Varsity 4+ won the Philadelphia City Championship and the Stotesbury Cup Regatta, the Silver medal in the SRAA Championship and the National Schools Championship.
2023 Season Recap:
EA rowing had a smaller team than usual, but the young team showed great grit and determination. The varsity girls' quad earned a bronze medal in the Philadelphia City Championships, 4th place in the Stotesbury Cup Regatta, and 5th place at Scholastic Nationals. The boys' four 4+, with two juniors, two sophomore rowers, and senior coxswain, had a strong season with 4th place at Cities, 14th at Stotesbury, and 10th at the Scholastic Nationals.
2022 Season Recap:
Spring 2022 was a season of positives. The EA Rowing team had a solid number of hard-working experienced upperclassmen and two great groups of novice rowers. Student-athletes energetically practiced in early spring with impressive enthusiasm. The team competed in four of the five Manny Flicks due to a cancelation because of high winds. The EA rowers were ranked in the top 5 in seven of their eight boats going into the Philadelphia City Championships. Again, Mother Nature intervened, and the championships had to be rescheduled. The Stotesbury Cup Regatta presented a great opportunity with three boats competing and the girls’ 4x finishing 4th overall. EA was fortunate to have four boats continue for the final week to the SRAA National Championships. Two boats completed the weekend with two 5th places.
The EA Oar Award- Grace Murphy '24
The Scholar-Athlete Award- Caroline Sewell '23
The Mind, Body, and Spirit Award- Caden Collins '23
The John Harter Most Improved Award- Gracie O'Neill '23