Jack started his career rowing for Glastonbury in the fall of 2015. Over his four years he amassed a wide variety of medals in Fall and Spring seasons. In the Spring of 2019 he aided in leading his team to victory at the CPSRA's in the 1V8+ along with the Points Trophy. After graduating he started rowing for Riverfront Recapture's Men's team during the summers while he began his collegiate career rowing and studying mathmatics at Trinity College in Hartford, CT. Jack joined on as a coach here in his junior year at Trinity after racing twice in the Collegiate Men's 8+ with two top 20 finishes at the Head of the Charles Regatta along with winning the 2021 Head of the Housatonic Non IRA 8+. Outside of rowing Jack is an avid collector of pez dispensers with over 2300 unique pieces.
Sean was a novice men’s heavy weight 8 coxswain at Connecticut College and went on in his sophomore and and the fall of junior years to cox a J.V. heavy 4 and Varsity heavy 8. In the spring of his senior year he was the coxswain of the Varsity light-weight 8 that won the New England Championship and a silver medal at the Dad Vail U.S. Small College Championship in Philadelphia in the Spring of 1983. Sean returned to coach a freshmen lightweight 8 and J.V. four at Connecticut College from 1983-84. Sean was a substitute coxswain while attending graduate school at Columbia University in 1984-85. He has coached various crews at Glastonbury High School from 2002 to the present.
Jason has a strong background in crew having rowed for 4 years at GHS and 4 years at UCONN. While struding Healthcare Management and business at UCONN, he maintained a successfull rowing career collecting various medals from races across the Northeast. He rowed in nearly every seat in the 1V and 2V boats at UCONN and was also instrumental in the management of the team during his final two years. During his senior year, he also took up the role of novice coach, helping his coaches teach the incoming class. Jason is currently attending the Graduate Business School at UCONN, pursuing a master's degree in Business Analytics and Project Management. He works part-time as a database management with VKEYO analytics. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking, learning new practical skill, reading and programming.
Gwen brings a robust history of rowing to the GHS Crew team, having launched her career rowing crew in college for Stetson University in DeLand, Florida (a Division I NCAA team). She then trained at Craftsbury Rowing Center to become an assistant coach for Stetson's Women's Crew for a year during grad school. Next, she spent a year abroad in Mississippi and was part of an athlete study on top kayaking for the first prototype SOT yaks. After grad school, she joined Albany Rowing Club in New York, where she got to row in the Head of the Charles for the first time in a mixed 4. She eventually moved to Connecticut where most of her family resides, and became a personal trainer, started erg clubs and went to CRASH-B's for the first time. In 2014, she taught at Power10 Indoor Rowing Center in Avon, CT. Gwen currently teaches at the Glastonbury YMCA where she specializes in Qi Gong and Yoga. In her spare time, she enjoys creating workouts, kayaking, practicing sign language, Reiki, learning Mandarin, playing with her cat Amber and practicing air guitar with her 18-year old son.