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Matthew Hebdon

Matt rowed for two years at the Rochester Institute of Technology, capping off his time as an oarsman by taking bronze at the NYS Collegiate Championships in the Men’s 8, and gold at the Dad Vail Regatta in the Men’s Lightweight 4. Matt started rowing with us in 2014 as a Competitive Master, winning medals at High Point, Clemson, and Augusta, among others. He is a certified USRowing Level 2 Coach.

Matt is Head Coach for the Youth Team.
Matt currently coaches: Youth NoviceYouth VarsityYouth Summer Camps, Youth Indoor RowingPrivate Lessons, Developmental

Wade Glaser

Wade rowed for three years on the varsity squad at the University of Virginia in both the varsity 4+ and JV 8+. After earning his BA in 2010, he moved to Charlotte where he works as a high school physics teacher at Gaston Day School. He started coaching with BRC in 2011, working with both youth and masters rowers at all levels. He also continues to compete himself with a group of former collegiate rowers located in the southeast.

Wade is Head Coach for the Masters Sweep Team.
Wade currently coaches: Private Lessons

Morgan Stewart

Morgan learned to row at BRC in 2017 after falling in love with indoor rowing at Greenville Indoor Rowing. In college, Morgan played volleyball for MIT with a career including two NCAA tournament appearances and yearly Academic All-Conference accolades. Morgan holds the Hammer (record) time for the Women's Novice race at the Atlanta Erg Sprints, and recorded the fastest women's marathon in C2's 2018 world rankings. Morgan is a mechanical engineer, and volunteers coaching indoor training and across various other programs.

Morgan currently coaches: Youth Novice, Youth VarsityPrivate Lessons, Adult Indoor Rowing


Kristin Sherman

Kristin rowed for three years at UVA as part of their first women’s crew, rowing in a 4+ and then a lightweight 8+ at races on the East Coast, including the Head of the Charles. In 2011, after decades away from the sport, she returned to rowing with us. As a masters rower, she has competed mostly in sweep events, but has also taken up sculling and occasionally racing in her own single. Kristin has been an educator for most of her professional life, so enjoys coaching very much.

Kristin currently coaches: ROARDevelopmentalPrivate Lessons

Miriam Levenson

Miriam Levenson rowed at Robert Morris University.

Miriam currently coaches:Learn to Scull


Tyler Dollberg



Tyler currently coaches: ROAR, Private Lessons

Kate Hebdon

Kate started her rowing career in the summer of 2014 by being placed into the coxswain seat not knowing bow from stern or port from starboard. Only a couple months later, she coxed her first race and continued to compete from the cox seat for the next 2 years after which she finally got the opportunity to become a rower. She swept her way through a spring and fall competition season and still that wasn't enough. Teaching herself how to scull and pushing through to compete at Worlds in 2018. She continues to scull, sweep, cox, and coaches. She is USRowing Level 1 Certified Coach and in the process of completing her Level 2 certification.

Kate currently coaches: Youth NoviceYouth VarsityLearn to ScullMasters SweepROARPrivate Lessons


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