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The Florida Crew Alumni Association is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to develop the sport of rowing at the University of Florida’s nationally recognized club rowing team by cultivating a mutually beneficial relationship between Florida Club Rowing and its growing worldwide community of alumni. The Association will foster a community of alumni, coaches, and friends; facilitate alumni programs; and strengthen alumni bonds in order to promote the legacy, welfare, competitive excellence and inclusivity of Florida Club Rowing.
We are excited to welcome Alyssa Wharton, our newest member of our Executive Gators. Alyssa is an Environmental Engineer in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and rowed with Florida Crew from 2009-2013.
“I want to continue the work started by FCAA by getting alumni involved through virtual and in person events. I look forward to meeting alumni from all different sesasons of the Florida Crew Team.” -Alyssa
We are still searching for a treasurer for our Board of Directors! The list of duties can be found in our bylaws (linked) If you are interested in the position and would like to know more, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out this amazing video of the Florida Club Rowing Boathouse and current team! See more of what the team is up to and the current race schedule at UFCrew.com
IT’S GREAT TO BE A FLORIDA GATOR!
Florida Crew Alumni Association provides long term support and guidance to help maintain the longevity and welfare of our nationally recognized Florida Club Rowing Team – comprised of hard working men and women at the University of Florida. Consider donating today to Florida Crew Alumni Association to help support the team in its pursuit of excellence and to continually push competitive boundaries.
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