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Buffalo River Rowing Club Masters

Team Administrator: Meg Lauerman

Head Coach- Hilary Epes-Oballim

To enroll in the BRRC Masters team, please follow steps below:

  • Complete the Masters Application. Head Coach will accept and/or communicate back to you.
  • Once accepted into the program, you will be prompted to register for the BRRC program via email.
  • Registration costs: 
    • General Membership = $100/year
    • Program Dues = $350/year (or Payment Plan offered- $50 downpayment + reoccurring $50/month for 6 months. Withdrawals on 20th of each month. All payments must be made by December 31, 2019.) Need based scholarships available.
  • 2019 BRRC Team fee = $200 (fee goes towards paying the coaches and adding to our equipment fund).
    • PayPal ( or Venmo (@brrcmasters). 
    • For questions about the Team Fee contact Meg Lauerman or Diane Reedy, BRRC Treasurer,
  • Watch USRowing Safety video
  • Complete a swim test with a Certified Lifeguard/Water Safety Instructor. One should be able to swim 150 yards in a competent manner and remain afloat for at least 5 minutes.
  • Contact Head Coach and join practice!

If you are a perspective Masters rower, please contact the Team Administrator or Head Coach to schedule a day to observe practice and visit the boathouse.

BRRC Masters typical practice schedule:

  • Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 6-8pm
  • Sunday 7-9am
  • Arrival 15 minutes early.


2019 Fall Regatta Schedule:

  • Head of the Welland- Five Bridge Classic
    • International Flatwater Center, North Course. Welland, Ontario
    • Saturday, September 28th
  • Head of the Genesee Regatta
    • Genesee Waterways Center (GWC)
    • Sunday, October 6th
  • Head of the Niagara & Wright Regatta
    • West Side Rowing Club
    • Sunday, October 13th
  • Head of the Buffalo Regatta
    • Buffalo Scholastic Rowing Association
    • Saturday, October 19th
      • Weather day is Sunday, October 20th


Required by all members

All rowers MUST watch the USRowing Safety every year:

All rowers and coxswains should be able to swim 150 yards competently and remain afloat for at least 5 minutes. If a rower or coxswain is not a strong swimmer, please inform all your coaches and the Director of Rowing. Safety is our biggest priority.

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