Aaron Beck is in his third year coaching Georgetown's freshman lightweight men. In his inaugural season on the Hilltop, his first novice eight had a strong finish at the Eastern Sprints, placing second in the petite final behind Harvard. Prior to becoming a coach at Georgetown, Beck managed the crew at the University of Washington during the 1999-2000 season.
Beck began rowing at Langley High School in McLean, Va.. He went on to compete on the Junior National team at the 1995 Junior World Championships in Poznan, Poland. Persuing a degree in music, Beck rowed three years in the University of Washington's varsity eight, claiming the National Championship in 1997 with an undefeated season, along with a silver and bronze medal at the IRA in the years to follow.
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