Alfred Shikany is in his first year coaching the Hoya freshman lightweights. A former coxswain with the Cincinnati Juniors, Alfred brings eight years of successful coxing experience and boundless energy to Georgetown. As a Yale freshman, Shikany coxed his crew to an IRA bronze medal in 2004. In his senior year, after earning a silver medal at the 2007 Eastern Sprints, Shikany helped his Yale Varsity heavyweights win the strategic 4-mile Yale-Harvard race with the closest margin in the storied history of the race.
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