Logan, our new Spring Program Director, lives in Hingham with his wife and two very young children. He is a former coxswain on the Division 1 Collegiate level, and is an avid competitive sailor regularly racing his boat to Bermuda each year. Logan is competitive, highly organized, highly experienced and eager to see our team score some major victories this Spring. Welcome Logan!
LOGAN GREENLEE - PROGRAM DIRECTOR SPRING 2018
JEANNE BARTKEWICZ - GIRLS' COACH - SPRING 2018
Jeanne was the former Head Coach at River City Rowing in Sacramento, CA. She has relocated from California to lead our girls’ team. Having regularly competed against Marin and Oakland Strokes among other high performing Western clubs, she knows what it takes to compete against the best in the country. Jeanne has a great track record of mentoring young women to a high performance and a lifelong love of fitness and rowing. Jeanne is also a high-level Yoga instructor.
PATRICK HOULE - GIRLS' COACH - SPRING 2018
Patrick was a rower in high school and went on to row for the University of Rhode Island from 2006-2010. In the Fall of 2010, Patrick was hired as an assistant varsity coach for the Glastonbury High School Crew Team (Glastonbury, CT) and held that position until he became the Head Varsity Girls Coach from 2012-2014 (6 seasons). In his final spring season as head coach, the varsity squad won the CT State Championships Team Trophy with the 1V8 placing 3rd, 2V8 1st, and 3V8 1st. At the 2014 NEIRA his team placed 7th overall in the team point’s standings. Patrick is currently a fifth grade teacher in the Canton school system and lives in Dorchester.
ABI KORNET - BOYS' NOVICE COACH - SPRING 2018
Abi joined HHSRA in late Fall of 2014, as assistant coach for the boys. Coming from a family of rowers, her sister first put her in an Alden at age 11. She went on to train at Northfield Mount Hermon, Connecticut College, Northeast Rowing & Sculling Center, and Community Rowing, Inc (CRI) in Boston, where she competed and placed in major regattas, including Head of the Charles, USRowing Club Nationals ‘99, and Canadian Henley ‘99. After ten years in NYC, Abi has returned to her hometown of Cohasset and is happy to be on the water again working with such a great group of promising student athletes. A certified US Rowing Level Two Coach, Abi is currently the Rowing Program Director of the Cohasset Maritime Institute as well as on the coaching staff at Lincoln Maritime, coaching all levels of rowing to adults and youth, from ocean to racing to indoor training.
EVE GOLDENBERG - BOYS' VARSITY COACH - SPRING 2018
Eve Goldenberg has been coaching since her senior year in college; in the mornings she’d coach on one side of the Harlem River, then cross to the other side two hours later to row as a walk-on. Eve has coached the Novice Women at Columbia University, the Novice Women at the University of New Hampshire, the JV Girls at Phillips Exeter Academy, the Varsity Girls at Deerfield Academy, and the JV Boys at CRI. Since moving from Deerfield to Boston in 2015, Eve has coached masters’ women, U23 women, and assisted the Girls’ crew at Noble and Greenough. In 2014 and 2015, her Deerfield Girls Varsity 4+ crew won NEIRAs, going on to win Youth Nationals both years. In 2016, the Nobles Girls Varsity 4+ earned silver at NEIRAs, and came in 6th at Youth Nationals; and in 2017 her CRI Boys’ 4+ earned bronze at the USRowing Northeast Regional Regatta, coming in 5th at Youth Nationals. Eve has two teenage daughters, two rescue dogs, and teaches English at Milton Academy.
KELSEY MAYMON - BOYS' ASSISTANT VARSITY COACH - SPRING 2018
Kelsey Maymon is a recent graduate from the University of Rhode Island, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, while being a key member of URI’s competitive Division I rowing team. Kelsey was captain of her team during her senior year, while holding internships, working with physical therapists and athletic trainers alike. This past summer, Kelsey helped coach U23 women race competitively in small boats, while teaching youth novices to take their first strokes in a boat. She just returned from two months of traveling, hiking and camping the mountains of New Zealand, and is thrilled to have come back to join Hingham’s rowing program.
HINGHAM HIGH CREW
SPRING 2018 COACHES
2018 SPRING COACHES