Carrie Davis Named Assistant Women's Crew Coach
Aug. 6, 2001
STANFORD, Calif. - The Stanford Athletic Department announced on Monday that Carrie Davis has accepted the Women's Assistant Crew Coach position.
Davis comes to Stanford from the University of Wisconsin where she was the Women's Crew Varsity Assistant for the past three years. Davis was in charge of recruiting and assisted the head coach in all aspects of training the varsity squad.
Davis earned her education degree in 1995 from the University of Michigan. While a member of the Wolverine's first varsity eight from 1992-1995, her crew won a gold medal at the Dad Vail Regatta and participated in the British Women's Henley Regatta where they placed fourth in the Ladies Plate collegiate race.
Davis continued her post collegiate rowing career as a member of the US Lightweight Development team. As a lightweight, she won a silver medal in the straight pair in the 1995 Olympic Festival. She also earned a gold medal in the eight and a silver in the four at the American Rowing Championships. She was a silver medalist in the eight and won a bronze in the pair at the US Nationals that same year.
In 1996, Davis taught seventh grade English in the Braintree Public Schools located just outside of Boston. She became a coach for the Brookline High School Rowing team that fall, serving first as the novice girls coach and then moving to the assistant varsity girls in 1997. She eventually became the head coach in 1998. Her crew then finished fourth at the New England Interscholastic Rowing Association Championships in 1998.
Stanford University --- Named Carrie Davis assistant women's crew coach.