Lucas McGee

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Lucas McGee Rowing

Lucas Whitney McGee is a former US Rowing national team member, former Oxford Blue Boat member, and former freshman coach of rowing at the University of Washington and Brown University. He is currently one of two USRowing Men's National Team coaches. Luke began his rowing career at 15 years old while attending Loyola Academy after his father Ray and brother Josh encouraged him to try out for the team. After high school, he attended Yale University for a year, but then transferred to Brown University where he rowed competitively and was captain of his crew. Luke returned to Brown in the fall of 2004 and coached the Freshmen from 2004–2007. From 2004–2012, McGee's freshmen crews at Brown and Washington have captured three Eastern Sprints Championships, four Pac-10 Championships, three gold medals and one silver medal at the IRA National Championship, as well as winning Washington's first ever Temple Challenge Cup in 2010.

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Rowing Record[edit]

  • 2006: Senior World's USA Spare, Eton, England
  • 2003: Senior World's USA 4+, Milan, Italy (gold)
  • 2002: Senior World's USA 4-, Seville, Spain (12th)
  • 2002: The Boat Race, Oxford Blue Boat (1st)
  • 2001: Senior World’s USA 8+, Lucerne, Switzerland (4th)
  • 2000: U23 USA 8+, Copenhagen, Denmark (bronze)
  • 2000: Henley Royal Regatta Brown University Ladies Plate Champions
  • 2000: Eastern Sprint Brown University Varsity 8+ (gold)
  • 1999: U23 USA 8+, Hamburg, Germany (gold)
  • 1999: Eastern Sprint Brown University Varsity 8+ (silver)
  • 1997: Junior World Championships, USA 8+ (silver)
  • 1997: Midwest Scholastic Championships (gold)

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