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Coaching Opportunities


We are looking to fill two open Assistant Coaching positions for the 21-22 season. Prior coaching experience is preferred, but not required. New hires must go through the Prince William County hiring process. 

One of the positions is designated as a Land Training Coach. This person will supervise any athletes who do not row on a given day. This coach is not expected to supervise on the water practices. Prior rowing experience is not required for this position. 

If you are interested, please contact Head Coach Jeff Lucier at [email protected]

Colgan Crew Coaches

COACH JEFF LUCIER (Head Coach & Varsity Boys)

Coach Lucier joined the Colgan faculty and coaching staff for the 2019-20 school year. He has over 20 years of coaching experience, most recently as the Varsity Boys and Head Coach for Thomas Jefferson, earning many State Championship medals. He has also spent time coaching with Resilient Rowing and the US Rowing Junior National Team Small Boat Camp. Outside of coaching, he is a Gifted Education (SIGNET) teacher at Colgan.    

Prior to coaching, Coach Lucier was a successful coxswain at Washington-Lee High School, George Mason University and Potomac Boat Club. During his racing career he was a member of champion and medalist boats at NOVAs (previous States), Stotesbury Cup, SRAA Nationals, Dad Vails, and Canadian Henley. 


COACH BRIAN (Varsity Girls)

Coach Brian joined Colgan Crew in 2017 and brings close to 20 years of coaching experience to the team. In his first two years at Colgan he led the Varsity Women to a 3rd place finish at SRAA in 2018 and a 3rd place finish in the Varsity 8 at the Virginia Championships in 2019. 

Brian began his rowing career as a four year rower at Hylton High School as a team captain, All-Met honorable mention, and Prince William County Rower of year. He continued as a collegiate rower at George Mason University where he stroked the 1st Varsity 8+ as a Freshman. While at GMU, he had to opportunity to race at the IRA National Championship making the grand final and placing 5th.

When not working or coaching, you will find Brian hanging out with his wife, walking his dog, or rowing with Occoquan Boat Club. Most importantly, Brian loves the sport of rowing and has a great appreciation for the lasting off-the-water life lessons it can instill in young adults.


COACH MIKE D. (Varsity Assistant Girls)

Coach Mike came to Colgan Crew in 2020 from Justice Crew (formerly JEB Stuart Crew) where he served as the head coach. During his time there he coached junior and varsity women’s boats to medals at VSRC, Stotesbury, and SRAA Nationals.

Mike is a graduate of the USAF Academy (no rowing team there) and served as a career Air Force officer and military/commercial pilot. He started rowing for Prince William Rowing Club (PWRC) in 2000. He rowed and coached for PWRC until joining the JEB Stuart staff in 2012. He sees coaching as a chance to share the sport that meant so much to his daughter who competed for Woodbridge High School.

When not working or at the boathouse, Mike enjoys a good home improvement project and spending time with family.


COACH MIKE C. (JV Girls)

Coach Mike arrived at Colgan during the teams first year having previously coached for Woodbridge, Forest Park and PWRC. Through his 15+ season coaching, his proudest accomplishment is being able to coach in the same school system that he graduated from and having the opportunity to coach young men and women in this adventure called rowing , filled with life lessons , joy, winning, and wonderful times that will never be forgotten.


COACH TOM (Freshman & Novice Boys)

Coach Moulen has over 30 years rowing experience on the local and national level. He began his rowing career at Mary Washington College where he aided in its crew team formation. Following college, Coach Moulen spent several years as a lightweight rower for Potomac Boat Club’s highly regarded club program. During this time he also began coaching both the club and high school level, stacking up an impressive number of victories. This included several medal performances at the Virginia State Championships and SRAA National Championship Regatta. In 1993 and 1995 the Washington Post selected Coach Moulen as its All-Met Rowing Coach of Year. 

Coach Moulen is a retired Prince William County Teacher, finishing his career teaching Physics at Colgan.


COACH BETH (Freshman & Novice Girls)

Coach Beth started rowing at Oxford Boathouse her junior year at Potomac High School - mostly because her best friends had joined the team. But that first season of rowing changed her self-perception and transformed her into a rower!


Helping young people build their confidence, mental resilience and physical strength is what motivates Beth’s coaching. Winning is also nice. In Beth’s senior year/second year rowing, she earned a 2nd place in the Varsity 4 at NVSRA’s. Her boat, made up her younger sister and her best friend (who were just Freshman!), were named All-Met’s “Senior Four Boat of the Year”.

Coach Beth went to James Madison University to earn a business degree and coxed, rowed and coached with Prince William Rowing Club. She coached part-time at Lake Braddock when she was teaching Marketing there. And she helped establish the “Rowing Fitness Center” at Gold’s Gym and earned an instructor certificate from Concept 2 Indoor Rowing.  

When not on the Occoquan coaching, Beth enjoys paddle boarding there, doing yoga, training at Gold’s Gym, hiking with her husband and selling houses! (She’s a Realtor with Weichert Realtors in Woodbridge.)

 


 


COACH EMILY (Assistant Girls)

Coach Emily began rowing at Justice High School, formerly known as J.E.B. Stuart High School. While there, she was in the women’s varsity quad her sophomore year, earning 2nd place at the Virginia State Championships. Her junior and senior year she was in the varsity lightweight double, where she and her double partner were 2nd place medalists at States her junior year and state champions her senior year.


Emily attended the University of Wisconsin - Madison, where she rowed on the lightweight women’s team, and rowed for Resilient in the summer. Following graduation, she returned to Northern Virginia, where she played rugby with Northern Virginia Women’s Rugby Club. Now she has returned to rowing, and is currently rowing with TBC on the Potomac.

When she is not rowing, Coach Emily enjoys hiking with her dog, playing guitar and piano, and singing.


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