Pictured are Mercer Junior Rowing Club’s seniors. Front: Kate Reynolds (Princeton), Laura Foster (West Windsor), Vicki Jorgensen (Plainsboro), AJ Edenzon (Montgomery), Kristina Gatchalian (North Brunswick), Maddy Kuhlman (West Windsor), Monica Mendoza (West Windsor), Ashley Patterson (Burlington) and Victoria Caroll (Princeton). Back: Tim Lee (West Windsor), Cameron Ward (West Windsor), Kyle James (Princeton), Danielle Kennedy-Moore (Cranbury), Joe Shavel (Princeton), Mike Cook (Levittown, Pa.), Will Cleavland (Hopewell), Jack Gleim – (West Windsor), Alex Shay (Trenton), Mike Eckel (Hopewell) and Hunter Dalton (Hamilton.)

Several Mercer Junior Rowing Club’s senior members are set to continue the sport in college.

Princeton residents Kate Reynolds and Joe Shavel plan to row at the United States Naval Academy.

Victoria Caroll of Princeton and Cameron Ward of West Windsor are set to join Georgetown University’s teams.

West Windsor residents Laura Foster, Tim Lee and Jack Gleim plan to row at University of Michigan, Cornell University and Marietta College, respectively.

Kyle James of Princeton is set to continue the sport at University of Wisconsin Madison.

Hopwell resident Mike Eckel is set to row on the University of Puget Sound’s team.

Vicki Jorgensen of Plainsboro plan to row at University of California Berkley,

Cranbury resident Danielle Kennedy-Moore is set for the University of Pennsylvania.

AJ Edenzon of Montgomery is set to row at Rutgers University.

Mercer Junior Rowing Club is part of the Princeton National Rowing Association based on Mercer Lake.

Recently, the club teamed up with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mercer County to provide mentors and rowing opportunities to the students of the Joyce Kilmer School.

More information is online at rowpnra.org/mercer_juniors.cfm