USRowing knows that high school and junior athletes have numerous questions about the collegiate recruiting process. The articles in this section are intended to help rowers and their parents through the recruiting process.Many high school rowers are interested in continuing their rowing careers in college. There are many factors to consider when choosing a college, and the rowing program is just one of those factors. In the process of researching college rowing programs, high school students should be aware of recruiting rules and initial academic eligibility requirements that apply to them. These rules and requirements are numerous and can be quite complicated.

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DBMS Crew is proud to produce successful student-athletes who balance high school academics and this sport. Below is a list colleges/universities where DBMS athletes have gone on to continue their passion for rowing.
Barry University
Bates College
Boston College
Boston University
Clark University
Dartmouth College
Endicott College
Hobart College
Marist College
Northeastern University
Princeton University
Trinity College
Tufts University
University of Delaware
University of Massachusetts – Amherst
University of Michigan
University of Nortre Dame
University of Pennsylvania
University of Rhode Island
University of Texas
University of Vermont
Williams College