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Coaches

Carnegie Lake Rowing Association is fortunate to have several experienced coaches to call upon throughout the year. Some are University coaches, some are from the community and have extensive coaching and rowing experience.

Phil Brunner

Phil Brunner grew up in Indianapolis and Philadelphia. He started rowing at Exeter and then rowed for 4 years at the University of Notre Dame. Following graduation, he coached for 3 years at his alma mater - serving as head coach the last two - before spending the 2014-15 season as an assistant coach for the Yale Heavyweight Men's Crew. He is now an assistant coach for the Princeton Heavyweight Men's team.

Molly Hamrick

Molly Hamrick began rowing in 2005 at Plant High School in Tampa, Florida, after which she rowed for four years as an openweight at Princeton University. During her time at Princeton, Molly was in the Varsity 8 that won two Ivy Championships and one NCAA Championship in 2011, and served as team captain her senior year. Molly also represented the US on the international level: three times at the Junior World Championships in the W8+ and once at the Under-23 World Championships in the W4x. After her time at Princeton, Molly trained at Riverside Boat Club in Cambridge, MA, at the USRowing National Team Training Center here in Princeton, and with the SoCal Scullers in Long Beach, CA. Molly started her coaching career as the assistant coach for the varsity junior girls at Brookline High School (Boston, MA) in fall 2015. Most recently, Molly was an assistant coach for the junior girls Community Rowing, Inc. (CRI – Boston, MA) in the summers of 2016 and 2017, where her U19 W4x won the national title at the USRowing Club National Championships. Molly is an Assistant Coach with the Princeton Open Women.

Alex Morss

Alex Morss is from Concord, MA and began rowing her sophomore year at the Groton School. She then rowed in the lightweight varsity eight at Princeton for four years and was captain her senior year. During that time, the lightweights medaled at Eastern sprints in 3 of 4 years, including a gold medal in 2011 and a silver medal at the IRA National Championship. She has competed internationally for the US at the 2012 and 2013 under-23 world championships in the lightweight single and lightweight double, respectively. After graduating she spent a year training at Vesper Boat Club in Philadelphia and then with the SoCal scullers. She began coaching in the fall of 2016 as a volunteer with the MIT openweight women. She then helped coach high school girls at Nobles and Greenough in Dedham, MA and spent last summer as an assistant coach for the Cambridge Boat Club junior program. She is the current lightweight women's assistant coach at Princeton. 

Joe Gartland

Joe Gartland grew up in Harvard, Massachusetts outside Boston, and began rowing at St. John’s HS in Shrewsbury. He went on to row for Boston University, graduating in 2013. Following his undergraduate career, Joe began coaching at Williams College as the freshman men’s coach and recruiting coordinator. After two successful years at Williams, Joe moved back to Boston, working for two years with the boys at Community Rowing Inc. He now serves as an Assistant Coach for the Princeton Heavyweight Men’s team. 

Paul Casey

Paul Casey started his rowing career as a freshman walk-on at Ithaca College. After a formative experience in upstate New York, he moved to Boston, Massachusetts to pursue coaching, where he coached the Wayland-Weston Rowing Association for two and a half years. He also spent a year as a volunteer with the heavyweight men of Boston University, and the summer of 2017 working with juniors and masters at Cambridge Boat Club. He now works as an assistant coach with the Princeton Lightweight Men.

Jim Washburn

Jim Washburn rowed for four years at the Lawrenceville School and captained the crew for his last two years, stroking the senior four to the school’s first appearance at the Scholastic National Championships. At Trinity College, he stroked the freshman heavyweight eight to a silver medal, and a gold medal at the New England Rowing Championships in the varsity heavyweight eight.  After two years of teaching and coaching at Tabor Academy, Jim taught and coached varsity boys crews at Lawrenceville for six years.  This is the twelfth summer Jim is coaching at Craftsbury Sculling Center and his second with the Lakers.  Off the water, Jim teaches history and government at Montgomery High School.

Tess Kozlowski

Tess Kozlowski

Bio to come soon.

Brad Gulick

Brad Gulick

Photo and Bio to come soon.

 

Former Coaches

Dan Allen
Scott Alwin
Kristen Bartges
Carly Bilson
Willie Black
John Blouch
Andrew Bolton
Topher Bordeau
Aubrey Borland
Seth Brennan
Paul Bugenhagen
Andy Card - named us the "Lakers"
Amanda Cashman
Sandra Chu
Keanan Clark
Mike Cofone
Steve Coppola
John Cooleen
Kevin Cotter
Ed Cloman
Lori Dauphiny
Maddie Davis
Megan Dirkmat
Malcolm Doldron
Jen Dore
Mike Eichler
Jason Elefant
Chris Fenyo
Taliet Gerretsen
Eric Gillett
Timothy Giordano
Ed Golding
John Growth - Our First Coach
Brad Gulick
Kristin Haraldsdottir
Phil Henry
Roger Huffman
Greg Hughes
Harriet Ingerslev
Brice Jenkins
Kate Johnson
Portia Johnson
Reid Johnson
Chris Kerber
Drew Kesler
Jeff Klepacki
Frank Konicki
Tess Koslowski
Bart Larrow
Lea Leonard
Wendy Levash
Mike Lombardi
Linda Loyd
Mary Lovatt
Mike Lucey
Alex Mann
Alex Martynenko
Kate McCormick
Sean McCourt
Ashley McCowen
Brian McKenna
Sarah Monn
Andrew Morrow
Jim Moses
Rob Munn
Joe Murtaugh
Jim Neil
Paul Nelson
Glenn Ochal
Mike O'Neil
Melanie Onufrieff
John Parker
Tom Paulette
Dan Protz
Heather Putnam
Kit Raymond
Elliot Repko
Dan Roock
Scott Roop
Joanna Rubini
Matt Rung
Max Schumitsch
Brandon Shald
Rob Shepard
Ian Silveira
Heather Smith
Mike Stahlman
Andrea Thiess
Colin Tindall
Jeremy Turk
John Wachter
Spencer Washburn
Jody Wilhelm
Mike Zimmer
Hank Zimmerman

Contact Info

Email: info@clra.com
Address: PO Box 330, Princeton, NJ 08542-0330


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