Knox Crew seeks to promote competitive sculling/sweeping by providing student-athletes with the opportunity to train for competition at all levels. The goal of the team is to become more competitive at larger, national-level regattas. Crew requires individual responsibility to fitness so that the team, as a whole, may become stronger and more successful. All team members should contribute to each other's progress and success by developing a disciplined work ethic, striving for more self-discipline, building on improvements made though consistent daily effort, and maintaining a consistent desire to achieve greatness. Motivating each other and working together builds a stronger crew!

Knox owns high quality rowing equipment including racing shells, carbon fiber oars, and cox boxes. The team owns coaching launches and engines. When using equipment, students are responsible for proper use and care of all equipment.

Head Coach Bio

Monika Zdrojewska

Coach Zdrojewska accumulated experience at the international, national and NCAA Division II levels. Her rowing journey started when she was 14 years old. After a year of rowing for WislaGrudziadz, Poland she was recruited to a boarding school in Walcz, Poland where she trained with the best rowers and coaches in the country. As an athlete, Coach Zdrojewska earned several National titles, as well as three medals from Junior/ Under 23 World Championships. She was named All American and MVP three times in a row. Her passion for coaching started while she was still a student athlete at Dowling College. After completing four seasons as a head high school coach, she was named head women’s coach at Dowling College.

Asst. Coach Bio


Victoria Greco

Coach Greco began rowing at St. John the Baptist DHS in West Islip, NY in 2005. While at SJB, she won the NY State Champion/Long Island State Champion. In 2006-2009 she took the Stotesbury Cup Champion. In 2008 and 2009, Greco won Head of the Charles Champion and became a WJ2x CanAmEx team member. Additionally, Greco rowed for Boston College from 2009-2013. While at Boston College, she competed at the Division I Varsity level, earning a 4-year varsity letter. Additionally, she competed at the Henley Women’s Regatta in Henley-on-Thames, England in 2013.

Greco has remained competitive by joining a local crossfit gym and getting in a boat as often as she can. Most recently, she competed in the Alumni 8 for Boston College at The Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, MA in 2015.



Competitive Crew
for Public School Students

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS

Fall
Up to 8 practices per week
2 Regattas
1 Ergathon

Winter
Up to 8 practices per week
2 Indoor Ergathons
Strength & Conditioning Training

Spring
Up to 8 practices per week
2 Regattas
Compete in LI Championships

BENEFITS OF JOINING
  • Be part of a team
  • Develop important skills
  • Gain a competitive advantage in the college acceptance process
  • NCAA recruiting
  • Experience a unique and exciting sport

Special Introductory Rate

Take advantage of our special introductory rate of $299 to give students the opportunity to be part of our team for the Spring of 2017. If you have never rowed before, come and experience something new and unique. If you have rowing experience, join a team that is dedicated and disciplined.

For information about The Knox School Crew Team, please call Nic DeZenzo, Crew Coordinator at 631.686.1600 ext. 420 or email NDezenzo@knoxschool.org



Events

Upcoming

Suffolk County Invitational
Home
Cooper Cup Challenge
Away
Tournament
Long Island Championship
Tournament
NYS Rowing Championship 12th-14th
Away

Scoreboard

Regattas are Family Events

We strongly encourage families to participate in our regattas. Some ways families support our events:

  • helping to load/unload boats;
  • managing "family tents";
  • helping serve food to the team;
  • bringing siblings for moral support; and
  • cheering the Knox Crew Team to Victory!