A rowing club serving the Southern New Jersey region and beyond.


MRC takes great pride in finding and hiring the best coaches for our programs. The following are the bios for our current coaching staff.


Harry Carroll – Head Varsity Girls Coach and Program Director

Coach Carroll comes to MRC with past experience in both rowing and coaching, as well as organizational accomplishments. After 4 years of high school rowing and 2 years of collegiate rowing experience, Harry was Bishop Eustace Prep Boys Head Coach and Program Director.  Harry founded, organized and ran the Cooper River Sprint Regattas, and is a Board Member of the NJ Scholastic Rowing Association.

Harry can be reached via email at: 


Matt Stoltz - Head Varsity Boys Coach

Coach Matt brings 16 years of rowing experience to MRC for 2022!  Matt rowed at Camden Catholic High School where he was the recipient of their Most Valuable Rower and Outstanding Oarsman awards and served as team captain for 3 years.  He rowed at La Salle University as a member of their varsity 8. Matt received his undergraduate degree and Master's degree in Clinical Psychology from La Salle.  Matt went on to coach at Bishop Eustace Prep as an Assistant Coach, Novice Boys Coach, Varsity Girls Coach and Program Director.  

He can be reached at: varsity.boys.mrc@gmail.com 

Rose Cusumano - Head Novice Coach

Rose Cusumano rowed locally at Bishop Eustace Prep and went on to row collegiately at Penn State University where she received her degree in secondary education.  She began her coaching career at Bishop Eustance before joining Moorestown Rowing in 2019.  

She can be reached via email at: 


Greg Shawaryn - Head Novice Girls Coach

Coach Shawaryn's love of rowing is evident as soon as you meet him.  His experience is extensive, having rowed for Columbia and later coaching for various programs including St Joe's Prep.  Greg has taken two teams to the Henley Royal Regatta in England.


Chris DeYoung - Coach

Coach DeYoung has coached crews to medals at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta, NJ State Championships, Philadelphia City Championships and SRAA National Championships.  He has over 20 years of rowing experience.  He rowed at Rutgers and coached at Michigan, Eustace, Rutgers - New Brunswick, Moorestown and Sparks Rowing.  He is a former college counselor, a Sparks Consultant, USRowing Level 2 Certified Coach, and High School teacher.  


David Reader - Coach

David Reader rowed as a lightweight for LaSalle University from 1993 to 1997. In 2001, he founded the Camden Catholic High School crew team that was one of the first to row on the Cooper River and enter the Camden County Boathouse. He built the program with the help of enthusiastic student athletes, alumni support, fundraising, and dedicated coaches. In 2009, he was awarded the James Madison Memorial Fellowship for graduate studies and coached part time with Coach Carroll at Bishop Eustace until 2010. He returned in 2011-12 to coach the Moorestown girls as an assistant to Coach Henderson. In 2013, he joined the staff of SJRC and helped the girls win the Mid Atlantic Championship in the 4+ and 2x. During his time at SJRC, the girls program won US Rowing Youth Nationals in the 2x and had several female athletes earn spots on the US Junior National Team. In 2017 Coach Reader took the helm at Haddonfield Memorial High School and coached the girls Varsity 4+ to victory at the US Rowing Mid Atlantic Championship to qualify for US Rowing Youth Nationals. In 2021, he volunteered for all the PSRA regattas and began the process of becoming a US Rowing referee. In the fall of 2022 he join the MRC staff. 


Tyler Judge - Coach

Tyler Judge rowed locally at Roman Catholic High School and Temple University.  


Brighid Parker - Coxswain Coach

Brighid was a three sport athlete in High School but did not encounter rowing until she walked on to the Division I women's team at Rutgers University.  She rowed in her first year with the novice 8+ but upon some sudden dropouts on the team, switched to coxing midway through the Spring season.  She was the varsity 8+ coxswain her last three years at Rutgers.  She was also the first varsity 8+ coxswain to represent Rutgers at the Big 10 Championship in 2015.

Brighid has also competed in two summer rowing programs, coxing both collegiate mens and womens' teams; Penn AC in 2014 and NYAC in 2015.  She has competed in many different races, at many different courses; notably winning the Men's U23 8+ at Canadian Henley in 2015, as well as finishing top 10 at Head of the Charles two years in a row with the Men's 4+ for New York Athletic Club.

She has been a coxswain coach on and off for a few different high school teams in the past, Bishop Eustace being one, and is excited to work with the Coxswains here at Moorestown!


Brandon Burkhardt - Coach / Coxswain Coach

Brandon is returning to Moorestown Rowing Club, where he got his start as a rower/coxswain from 2014-2017.  He went on to cox at the University of Michigan as a multi-year Varsity 8 coxswain and served as Team Vice President and Preseident.  While at Michigan, Brandon was a 4-time ACRA National Champion, led crews to numerous medals, and was a 1st Team All-American coxswain, among other achievments.  He graduated from the University of Michigan.  


Caitlin Rahter - Coach / Coxswain Coach

Caitlin brings many years of experience as both a coach and coxswain coach to MRC.  


Chris Barrett - Coach

Barrett is a fixture with MRC having volunteered his time for many years.  He has many 28 years of rowing experience having rowed at Holy Spirit, St Joseph's University, and the University Barge Club.  Barrett captained the Holy Spirit High School Rowing Team his senior year and the St Joseph's University Rowing team his junior and senior years.  He began coaching with Coach Carroll at Eustace in 2004 after graduating from college and moved over to MRC with Carroll.


Anna Buss - Coach

Anna is an alumni of MRC and returns as a coach.  


Anthony Magistrelli - Coach

Anthony is an alumni of MRC and returns as a coach.


John Kolb - Coach

John is an alumni of MRC and returns as a coach.