|Wednesday, May 25, 2011||1 p.m. - Meet with Coaches at USNA Visitor's Center|
|2 p.m. - Watch the Blue Angels demonstration with Navy Women's Crew|
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The purpose of our Junior Day is to give junior year rowers the opportunity to:
1. Visit the Naval Academy
2. To meet and talk with the rowing coaches
3. To explore the possibility of rowing for the Naval Academy
The Naval Academy is one of the top engineering colleges in the country and also offers humanities majors such as History, English, Economics, Chinese and Arabic. Academic support for varsity athletes at Navy is unrivaled in any other collegiate setting. This fabulous education comes at no cost as the Navy takes care of tuition, room, and board.
The Academy lies in beautiful historic Annapolis, nestled at the corner of the Chesapeake Bay and the Severn River. As you can imagine, given the nature of the Naval Academy, that it is probably the safest campus in the world.
Leadership opportunities leap out at you from all facets of midshipmen life at the Naval Academy. Travel opportunities during the summer training program can take you across the United States of America, Asia, Europe, or South America.
Navy Women's Crew is a Division I varsity sport that competes in both the Patriot League and the Eastern Sprints League, giving us the opportunity to race some of the best collegiate teams in the country. Last year Navy sported an 11-4 regular-season record and placed second at the Patriot League Championship. Navy Women's Crew won the Patriot League Championship in 2005 and has never finished less than second.
The Navy hires all our graduates who get the chance to choose the jobs they desire in the Navy or the Marine Corps. Whether you make a career out of it or serve only the required five years, your experience in the Navy will make you a highly desirable candidate in the job market. Opportunities after graduation include everything from surface warfare to aviation to outer space. Wendy Lawrence, Class of 1981 and a member of our first rowing team, flew several missions for NASA as an astronaut.