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Varsity Rowing Team


Kings Point Varsity Rowing offers a challenging program of fall head-style racing and spring sprint competition. The team competes in both sculling and sweep competitions, with men and women's novice, lightweight, and open-eight crews.

The Rowing team has consistently represented the program at the highest caliber of events. These include the prestigious Head of the Charles and the Dad Vail National Championship.

The Rowing program actively recruits top talent around the country. Please fill out coaching staff below, if you are interested in being recruited to the program.




2023-2024 ROSTER

DIETRICH Adam 2024 McLean, VA
EDELMAN Abigail 2024  
GASCA Ashley 2024 Pasadena, MD
GRABER Terah 2024 Wichita, KS
JOHNSON Evan 2024 Austin, TX
JOHNSON Trevor 2024 Silverton, OR
OGBURN Noah 2024 Melbourne, FL
SWART Allessandra 2024 Spring Lake, NJ
ARENA Luke 2025 Bedford, NY
DISRAELI Daniel 2025 Fort Worth, TX
HOLLORAN Cade 2025 Severna Park, MD
KRUEGER Karl 2025 Parker, CO
LERUDIS Kara 2025 Littleton, CO
PEARCE Peyson 2025 Signal Mountain, TN
ROBINSON Sean 2025  
ELLIS Charles 2026 Long Beach, CA
HOSPODAR William 2026  
O'ROURKE Brendan 2026 Chadds Ford, PA
ROLL Perry 2026 Fairfax, VA
YASHCHYSHYN Pavlo 2026 Smithtown, NY
ALTAMIRANO Abigail 2027  
BURTON Calvin 2027  
CARPENTIER Alex 2027  
COX Benjamin 2027  
CRAWFORD John 2027  
EILERTSON Magnus 2027  
ENGELIEN Emma 2027  
HARTS Luke 2027  
HURLEY Dylan 2027  
KEARNS Damian 2027  
POSTLEWAIT Cole 2027  
RHODES Brady 2027  
RICHOUX Emile 2027  
SHEERON Ian 2027  
SUGRUE Holly 2027  



Head Rowing Coach
O: (516) 726-6038
C: (908) 917-0509

Hartwick took leadership of the program in 2004. For nearly 18 years, Hartwick has built the foundation of Kings Point Rowing. Under Hartwick, the program has secured 8 Knecht Cup Titles, 10 New York Metropolitan Championship Titles, 3 Dad Vail Championship Podiums, and highlighted by a prestigious Head of the Charles Title. In 2022 Hartwick led Kings Point to an undefeated season in the Men's Pairs, culminating with a Dad Vail National Championship Title. 

In addition to his time at Kings Point, Hartwick has years of Olympic, collegiate, and national club level experience. As the United States Women's Olympic Team Assistant Coach, Hartwick led the team to a Gold and Silver Medal at the 1992 World Cup Regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland, 1992 U.S. National Championship Title, and a Head of the Charles Regatta Title. Before joining the US National Program, Hartwick was an Assistant/Development Coach with the Canadian National Rowing Team, resulting in a Gold at the 1990 U.S. National Championship. This was paired with a Silver Medal at the 1990 Canadian National Championship and Gold at the Canadian Henley Regatta.

As coach of Kennebecasis Rowing Club in St. John's, New Brunswick, Hartwick led the program to a Canadian National Team Trials victory, and the right to represent Canada and the 1987 Pan American Games. Additionally, Hartwick has worked with with numerous colleges including University of Massachusetts at Lowell, University of Western Ontario, and Upper Canada College.

Hartwick learned to row in his hometown of St. Catherine's, Ontario. Hartwick attended the University of Western Ontario (UWO), where he was a 3-sport athlete; Rowing, Track, and Cross Country and later went on to coach the Novice and Lightweight Rowing Team. While at UWO, his crew won both the Canadian and Provincial University Championship, as well as a Silver Medal at the 1983 Dad Vail Championship. Hartwick went on to become a 7-time Canadian Rowing Champion, and an 8-time Ontario Provincial Champion.

Recently, Hartwick initiated the Rowing on the Raritan Project. This project is a collaborative effort of the Lower Raritan Watershed Partnership (LWRP), the City of New Brunswick, and Middlesex County, to build a community with a shared interest of sustainable recreation on the Raritan River.

Hartwick earned a B.A. in Physical Education with a concentration in Sports Coaching from the University of Western Ontario in 1984

Hartwick lives in Highland Park, NJ, with his wife Debra, and two sons, Noah and Benjamin.

Now Accepting Applications for the Class of 2029