Head Coach: Andrew Wall
Coach Wall began rowing at Igantius High School in Chicago, IL. From there, Andrew took his talents to Maine to Colby College, where he rowed all four years and was named team captain his senior year. He went on to coach high school crew at Arligton-Belmont before returning to Colby College as an assitant coach for three years. He started coaching at Emory in the Fall of 2016.
Assistant Coach: Lizz Robb
Coach Liz began her rowing career in 2002 at St. Andrew rowing club in Roswell Ga. She was a 4 year letter winner on the Clemson rowing team. She was a member of the 2009 ACC championship team, and her boat was named crew of the year in 2009 & 2011. She was a member of the 2008 USA Under 23 4- that finished 4th at Worlds in Brandenburg, Germany. She recently moved from Philadelphia where she was a girls coach for Harriton high school. Liz currently works in Sales at Boathouse Sports.
Assistant Coach: Alan Chan
Coach Alan rowed as a Lightweight at the University of Pennsylvania and went on to race at many large regattas. Alan joined the Emory coaching staff in the Fall of 2015 and is excited to bring his experience to the squad.
Assistant Coach: Sarah Pfeffer
Sarah began rowing in 2004 at Fox Chapel High School in Pittsburgh, PA where she helped lead the Foxes to back-to-back Midwest titles and to three Youth National events. As a coxswain at UW Madison, Sarah was part of the Badgers first Big Ten Championship and a seventh-place overall finish at NCAAs.
Upon graduation, Sarah continued her rowing career as an assistant coach for Duquesne University. She spent 2010 - 2015 with the Dukes. During her tenure, the team finished in the top three at the Atlantic 10 championships and the Dad Vail regatta.
Assistant Coach: Fairoze Azfar
Coach Azfar began rowing at George State University and went to compete as a Lightweight at Vesper Boat Club and Atlanta Rowing Club. Fairoze joined the Emory Crew staff in the Fall of 2015.
"Let the dogs out on this one"
Assistant Coach: Will Aubin
Coach Will started his rowing career at Leon Crew his sophomore year of high school. He served as captain his senior year, and founding member of Capital City Rowing (CCR). He was a four year rower at Emory, three year board member, and the first two year captain. This is his first year coaching with the team, and as excited to work with the student, athletes of Emory Crew.