Joe rowed for Concord Crew throughout high school. As an integral part of the team, Joe was elected a team captain for three out of his four years rowing.
As an athlete for Concord Crew, Joe won first place at the Head of the Christina Regatta and a bronze medal at Philadelphia City Championships in the Boys JV4+.
After graduating, Joe started helping out the team whenever he was needed and eventually becoming an assistant coach for both the girls and boys.
Eric began coaching for Concord Crew in 2017. Within a year, the Spring of 2018, he coached Concord's Boys JV 4+ to Finals at Philadelphia's City Championship Regatta. This result secured their spot at the Scholastic Rowing Association of America National Championship Regatta, where Concord advanced to the Semi-Finals.
Before coaching, Eric rowed as a Varsity athlete for Concord High School and competed on University of Delaware's Men's Crew as a freshman.
Ivan joined Concord Rowing after four years of high level rowing at the University of Delaware. As a walk-on for UD, he went on to grow each year with the program. Ivan enjoyed a successful senior season as a member of UD's second 8+ and split time all four years as a member of their varsity 8+.
After coaching and rowing at a competitive level for several years, Holly joined Concord Crew as the Head Coach and Girls Varsity Coach. Since coaching Concord, the Varsity Girls have advanced to semi-finals at Philadelphia City Championships and the Stotesbury Cup Regatta. They've also had appearances in the 2018 Scholastic National Regatta and 2017 Head of the Charles Regatta.
Prior to joining Concord, Holly coached at Unionville High School, where she was their Women's Head Coach and led the Girls Senior 4+ to a bronze medal finish at the National Schools' Championship Regatta and a semi-finals appearance at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta. She also coached the Novice Girls to a bronze medal finish at the 2016 Philadelphia City Championship Regatta.
Holly began coaching as a volunteer assistant coach at the University of Delaware.
She rowed competitively throughout high school for Saratoga Rowing Association (NY) and continued rowing as a recruited athlete at the University of Delaware for four years.