Rutgers-Camden Alumni Crew Honored

Rutgers-Camden Alumni Crew Honored The Rutgers-Camden alumni crew program has been honored by the Rutgers University Alumni Federation with the Ernest E. McMahon ’30 Award for Program Excellence.

Founded in 2003, the Rutgers-Camden alumni crew program is open to Rutgers graduates, faculty, and staff from all three campuses, and has 136 members, ranging in age from 27 to 72. The alumni crew program practices twice a week and competes in several regattas yearly, and is based at the Camden County Boathouse on the Cooper River, where the Rutgers-Camden undergraduate intercollegiate crew program also is headquartered.

“The Rutgers-Camden alumni crew has participants from all corners of the Rutgers University Alumni population and is a shining example of a program that builds camaraderie, community, and Rutgers pride while transcending the geographic boundaries of individual campuses,” says Chuck Mannella, director of alumni relations at Rutgers-Camden and a founding member of the program.

In addition to engaging alumni, the Rutgers-Camden alumni crew program affords opportunities for undergraduate rowers to assist as coaches and coxes.

Named for a former Rutgers University alumni relations director who became Rutgers’ dean of continuing education, the McMahon Award was established by the Rutgers College Class of 1930 and the Department of Alumni Relations.

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Author: Press Release-Rutgers-Camden

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