The Loyola Academy Rowing Association has embarked on an 'engraved-brick donor campaign' and development of a brick-patio just outside the LARA boathouse.
Secure your part of LARA's legacy and community by purchasing a personally engraved brick!
All 'contributions' are tax deductible and will be applied towards the development of the LARA program for future generations of rowers.
For further information please click on the Donate tab Brick Campaign for brick options, pricing and order form!
Your generosity and support are greatly appreciated!
Shout Out to LARA's Spring Season 2022 Land Trainers
Land training is brought to you by CHIRON providing strength and conditioning for the LARA team this Spring season. Check out more information below.
This year, we are offering a few different Learn to Row Camp Options.
In the summer, we have a 7th/8th grade/rising freshmen learn to row. It is a week-long camp. It is from 3:30-5:00PM M-F. There are two different weeks offered. There will be a cap at 28 campers each week. Spots fill quickly, so be sure to reserve your spot today! For dates and information please click here.
Welcome to the Loyola Academy Rowing Association (LARA) website! This portion of the website provides basic information about the Loyola Academy rowing program to include the program history, our coaching staff, practice locations, governance, and a directory. The pictures of our regattas and activities are linked through Shutterfly.
Founded in 1985, Loyola Academy Rowing Association (LARA) provides a rare, highly desirable opportunity for Loyola Academy students to participate in the sport of rowing. Of fundamental importance, LARA believes that the arduous, demanding nature of the sport creates the ideal environment for the physical, mental, and spiritual development of student athletes. To this end, LARA endeavors to lead students toward recognition, appreciation and fulfillment of their true athletic potential through the shared pursuit of winning both the MSRA Midwest Championships and the SRAA National Championships. The teams, as constructed, strive toward excellence with dedication to Jesuit ideals, including aspiring to become “Women and Men for Others.”
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