Edward Ten Eyck
Edward H. “Ned” Ten Eyck (died 1958) was a champion rower/crew coach. He is best known for becoming the first American to win the Diamond Sculls championship at the Henley Royal Regatta in 1897. He followed his father, legendary crew coach James A. Ten Eyck, as head coach at Syracuse University. He was also was head coach at University of Wisconsin–Madison and Rutgers.
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