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Coaches - Boys Team

Andy Wimmer: Head Varsity Men's Coach

 
Rowing Experience
  • OSU -Club Rowing, 1995-2000
  • Penn AC, 1998
  • OSU Club -Captain, 2000

Coaching Experience: 

  • Dublin Crew -Boys Coach, Spring 2004- Spring 2005
  • Upper Arlington Crew -Girls Assistant Coach, 2005-2008
  • Upper Arlington Crew -Girls Head Coach, 2008-2011
  • Upper Arlington Crew -Boys Head Coach, 2015-present 

Coaching has been a passionate journey for me.  Helping both boys and girls reach their potentials in a complicated and difficult environment has been very rewarding.  In my time, I have guided many crews in reaching the highest levels of junior/scholastic rowing. When not coaching, I most enjoy my time with my three children and my dog, Sully.  I also work to renovate homes and fix cars.  You will also likely find me at the race track enjoying club racing, both as a competitor and employee. 

Greg Harvie: Men's Varsity Coach

 

 rowcuse@gmail.com

Greg Harvie began rowing in 1992 as a walk-on to the Syracuse University Men’s Varsity Crew program.  He quickly picked the sport up, earning a rowing scholarship for his remaining three and half years on the Syracuse program.  During his time competing with the Orangemen, Greg raced both nationally and internationally.  Upon return to Ohio, Greg began coaching for Dublin Crew, another Columbus based junior rowing program.  He spent 12 years with Dublin, 10 of which he was head coach and coach of the junior women.  With the birth of his son in 2008, Greg took some time off before returning to coach the GCRA master’s program from 2013 to 2017.  He joined the UA Crew coaching staff in the fall of 2017 after years of requests by head coach Andy Wimmer, a former coach under Greg at Dublin.

Greg has lived in the Columbus area for the last 23 years.  He lives in Hilliard with his wife Jennifer, their son Zach, and two dogs, Cheech and Daisy.

 
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