2012 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year
2013 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year
Eric Carcich enters his ninth season as head coach of the women's rowing team at George Washington University in 2017-18.
Carcich led the Colonials to a program first during the 2017 season as all four entires earned a spot on the medal stand at the 2017 Atlantic 10 Championship. GW rode its four medal performances to a third-place finish to conclude a triumphant spring season. The Colonials medaled in all three scoring events in addition to a second-place showing in the 3rd Varsity 8. The performance stands as the first time in program history that all entries have medaled since the Atlantic 10 moved to a new scoring format in 2011.
Over the past four seasons, Carcich has led the Varsity 8 to a perfect 5-0 record against teams from Power 5 conferences with victories over North Carolina (2015), Purdue, Kansas State, Colorado (2013), Penn State (2017)Read more »
Mark Davis enters his ninth year as head coach of the men's rowing team at The George Washington University in 2017-18.
The Colonials enjoyed another fine season under Davis in 2017 as all three entries either tied or outperformed its seeding for the second consecutive season at the IRA National Championships in Sacramento, California. The Varsity 8 won the Third-Level Final to tie the best finish in program history at No. 14 in the nation. The 2nd Varsity 8 rowed in a competitive Petite Final to notch a program-best national ranking of 12th and the 3rd Varsity 8 rounded out GW's entries with a third-place showing in the Third-Level Final to clinch a final national ranking of No. 15.
Harlan is in her third year as the Assistant Coach for GW Women's Rowing.
She has achieved a 3rd-place Team Finish at the 2016 Atlantic 10 Conference and a silver medal for the Varsity 4+ at 2016 Atlantic 10 Conference. She has recruited 23 athletes across the USA with a 91% retention rate.
Trevithick was recruited to row at Cornell and served as Captain of Cornell Women's Rowing in 2010. She has over 12 years of racing, coaching and management experience in the sport of rowing. She comes to GW from the Capital Rowing Club in Washington, D.C., where she served as executive director for juniors and adaptive rowing. Also at CRC, she led Juniors After School Rowing, an academic and community service program.Read more »
Mike Irwin is in his sixth season as head men's rowing coach at Saint Joseph's University and in his 4th year as a Dorm Director for the Colonial Rowing Camp.
The Hawks have made great strides since Irwin has taken the reigns of the program and in 2017, he guided the Hawks to one of their most successful seasons in school history. Saint Joseph's took home two gold medals and one silver from the Dad Vail Regatta, marking the most medals since 2010, while placing third in the men's team standings. SJU posted its highest-ever Varsity 8 finish (second) since the 1999 crew grabbed a silver and also won the Varsity 8 at the Bergen Cup, for its first title since 2008. The Hawks culminated the year by earning an at-large bid to the IRA National Championships in California, sending three boats, for Saint Joseph's first trip to the IRAs since the current format of varsity-only crews and qualification standards were instituted in 2009.
and sending three boa to cap off one of their most successful seasons in school history. All three of those boats medaled at the Dad Vail Regatta with SJU placing third in the men's team standings. SJU is participating in the IRAs for the first time since the current format of varsity-only crews and qualification standards were instituted in 2009.Read more »
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