Gene Smith & several Buckeye student-athletes spoke Thursday morning at the GCSC Morning Sports Report.
Ohio State rowing head coach Andy Teitelbaum announced the hiring of Madeline Davis as an assistant coach in July 2013. Davis joined the Buckeye staff after spending three seasons as the assistant lightweight women's rowing coach at Stanford University.
At Stanford, Davis assisted the Cardinal lightweight eight to three consecutive national championships, most recently capturing a national title at the 2013 IRA National Championships in June. She also coached nine student-athletes to Pocock Lightweight All-America honors.
Davis also coached three lightweight boats with the 2013 U.S. Under-23 National Team. The Lightweight Women's 4x, 2x and 1x all qualified for the 2013 Under-23 World Rowing Championships held in Linz, Austria.
Prior to her time with Stanford and the U.S. National Team, Davis spent one season as the head coach of Girls' Varsity Crew at The Hun School of Princeton in New Jersey. While there, she coached the Varsity 4+ to an undefeated dual season and their first invitation to the USRowing Youth National Championships in nearly a decade. Davis also assisted with coaching duties for the Mercer Junior Rowing Club and the Carnegie Lake Rowing Association.
Davis holds experience as a lightweight rower at both the collegiate and international level. At Princeton University, she was a four-year varsity letterwinner, three-year member of the lightweight varsity eight and an Eastern Sprints and IRA Champion. Davis served as the team captain during her senior season, garnering All-American honors. After graduation in 2009, Davis competed for the United States National Team at the Under-23 World Rowing Championships in the Lightweight 2x.