Mike began rowing in 1992 as a freshman in high school on Cape Cod. While working on his degree in Sports Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Mike stroked the first Varsity Heavyweight Eight to multiple local and regional medals. Read More….
Coach Hoffman enjoys helping young athletes discover the pleasures of making a boat go fast. Paul started coaching WW Crew athletes in 2013. As a boy, Paul raced in eights for Exeter and for the Harvard freshman lightweights. He won many shirts, which, sadly, have disappeared over time. Read More….
Katie Donnelly began her rowing career in 1999 as a seventh grader at Cape Cod Academy. She was almost immediately made coxswain, and despite the 4:30am wake up calls, completely fell in love with the sport. Read More….
Pat’s passion for rowing began as a student at Rutgers University. Her passion continued to grow as a masters level competitor while living in St. Louis, MO, Austin, TX and the Boston metro area. Read More….
Alex Selvig is a highly accomplished rower and coach at the national and international level. He brings to the organization a wealth of knowledge and skill from over 32 years of rowing experience. Read More….
Coree brings nine years of competitive collegiate and club coaching experience with her to W-W Crew, as well as a background in competitive coxing. Coree holds a Masters of Science in Exercise and Sport Studies from Smith College and won the NCAA Collegiate Women’s National Championship. Read More….
WWRA welcomes coach Alex to our staff. Alex brings with him years of coaching and club management experiences at the high school, college, and club-levels. He currently is the Head Coach of Rowing for Brandeis University, coaches at Community Rowing, Inc. and is a member of the Lowell Rowing Regatta Board.