Saturday, August 12, 2017

A Message from Junior Captain: Drew Brady

"My name is Drew Brady and I am a junior captain of the Malvern rowing team. I wanted to reach out to you guys to let know of an opportunity to participate in an incredibly rewarding sport this winter/spring. Many of you might think you need previous experience to excel in a sport like rowing but that is far from the truth. I personally had never rowed before freshman year and have had great success even earning a varsity letter my freshman year after only one year of rowing. No matter what grade you are in you can make an immediate and significant positive impact on this team. We have just started our winter training on campus in the tanks everyday after school 3-5:30 and Saturday afternoons. There are no tryouts or cuts, all of you are welcome to come by the tanks and practice with the team to see if it's something you would like to stick with. If any of you have any questions at all please don’t hesitate to send me an email or come by and ask me at the tanks after school. I hope you all really consider joining this incredibly successful team and getting a chance to win a national championship with us this spring."

As you can read the Crew team can provide an opportunity that most teams cannot.  It provides an opportunity for everyone.  It also can provide travel (team just returned from Italy and heads to England this summer) and National recognition - the team has everything to offer.  I would strongly encourage a student to take a chance and try the team. Attached below are some past achievements:




Saturday, August 05, 2017

Philadelphia Youth Regatta

Malvern Rowers competing for the CRC at the Philadelphia Youth Regatta, winning the Bennie points trophy 

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Friday, June 30, 2017

Malvern A loses at Henley

Malvern A lost on Thursday to Gloucester BC in a well-rowed race. 

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Malvern B Loses at Henley, Malvern A races again in Second Round

Malvern B lost today to a crew from Ireland in a hard fought race.

Malvern A races again Thursday at 3:20 pm against Gloucester BC in the second round.



Monday, June 26, 2017

Stonehenge, Henley, and Windsor Castle

Malvern B begins racing Wednesday after qualifying, Malvern A was seeded, begins racing Thursday.


Saturday, June 24, 2017

Henley Fawley Challenge Cup Training Update

The Malvern A Quad has been seeded, B and C Quads will race in the qualifiers Friday June 23rd at 7:00 PM. There are 55 Quads in the event.

Malvern was also featured in a Row2k article along with the other American crews racing at HRR:
http://www.row2k.com/henley/features.cfm?ID=1301&site=henley

Monday, June 12, 2017

2017 USRowing Youth Nationals

Malvern Rowers had a good weekend, no wins against fierce competition from around the USA. Most event classes had 24 boats entered. Malvern’s Varsity Quad finished 4th in the A final, one place higher than last year, Varsity Lightweight Double raced to 7th, and the Varsity Heavyweight Double finished 13th. Both Doubles won their respective B and C finals. It was great racing, now the rowers are preparing to leave Saturday for Henley. Go Malvern.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Malvern Preparatory School to host reception at the Henley Royal Regatta

Please join varsity Head Coach Craig Hoffman for cocktails and light fare at the Henley Royal Regatta. All family, friends and alumni of Malvern Prep are invited to attend. No charge.
When: Friday, June 30, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Where: Cherwell Room, Phyllis Court Club, Marlow Road, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 2HT
RSVP: Marie Sumser at msumser@malvernprep.org or 484-595-1110.
(Please RSVP by Friday, June 23, to be added to the Phyllis Court guest list.)


Dress Code: All guests will need to adhere to the following dress code:
  • Ladies:  Ladies aged 13 years and over are kindly reminded that formal day wear is a requirement. Dresses and skirts should be of modest length with the hemline falling on the knee or longer. We much encourage and appreciate the wearing of hats and fascinators. Ladies are not permitted to wear jumpsuits, jeans, shorts, trousers, culottes, or leggings of any kind.
  • Gentlemen: A blazer and tie or cravet, with chinos or flannels is a requirement for gentlemen. Otherwise a lounge suit, or sports jacket, are acceptable, with a tie or cravat. The wearing of boaters or Panama hats is encouraged but not compulsory. Jackets must be worn at all times unless the Club Chairman gives permission to remove jackets in exceptionally hot weather. Boys over 13 years should follow this code.
  • Children Under 13: Children under 13 years may not wear trainers, jeans, sweatshirts, or T-Shirts.
(The Haverford School will be participating in the Henley Royal Regatta as well. Haverford friends, family and alumni are invited to reception as well.)

Sunday, May 28, 2017

2017 SRAA National Championships

Malvern rowing had a great day, winning the Heavyweight Varsity Quad event, finishing second in the Heavyweight Varsity Double, finishing 3rd in the Varsity Lightweight Double, Junior Double, and Freshman Quad events. All Malvern boats medaled, racing well against competition from Canada to California to Florida. Malvern's Varsity Heavyweight Quad completed it's first triple win of major championships since 2011. 

For full race results click here