Edward Ten Eyck

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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.[1] 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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Preceded by
Andrew M. O'Dea
Wisconsin Badgers Head Rowing Coaches
Succeeded by
Harry E. "Dad" Vail