Become A Mentor

As a program, we strive to not only create better athletes, but better people. When athletes are off of the water, many oarsmen and coxswains alike are handling their coursework and an additional job or internship. This kind of commitment is what sets oarsmen apart from their peers in the classroom and the job market. It is paramount that athletes prepare not only for competition, but the environment of their sought after profession.

Aztec Rowing would like to reach out to friends and alumni to offer athletes advice on professional development. We have published each athletes field of study with their roster information. If you see an opportunity where you can offer advice to our squad, whether its an internship opportunity, resumé building, or personal advice, feel free to contact President Brandt Watson at to learn how you can make a difference for Aztec Rowing and the trajectory of SDSU’s finest athletes.


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First Novice Practice/Tryouts

First Novice Practice/Tryouts

Recruiting for Aztec Rowing will be ongoing throughout September! Come out to the First Practice on Saturday September 3rd, 8:00-10:00am at our facility on Mission Bay! **Carpools will be available (Meet at the Bus turnaround in front of the ARC) Novice Tryouts will...

Back to School for the 2022 Fall Season

Calling all Aztecs! Move in date is upon us! Come by the Res Life Welcome Event from 8:00-11:00pm Wed (8/17) & Thurs (8/18) night on PG620 to meet some of the team while checking out the activities put on by AS! **PG620 is located directly behind the Fowler...

Fall Season Ends with 3rd Place Finish at Head of the Harbor

Fall Season Ends with 3rd Place Finish at Head of the Harbor

Head of the Harbor 2019 Finishing off the official racing season, the San Diego State Men’s Crew headed up to the Port of LA for fast racing against some of the Southwest’s best crews. Unlike most fall races, Head of the Harbor offered the opportunity to get a glimpse...