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All-Time Coaching Register, Quick Facts

Head Coaching Register
Year Coach Seasons W L Pct.
1921 H. Herbert “Bert” Haines 1 0 1 .000
1922 - 1923 William Haines 2 2 4 .500
1924; 1926 Fred R. Newell 2 4 3 .571
1925 Fred J. Spuhn 1 3 0 1.000
1927 - 1928 C. S. Heard ’25 2 1 4 (1 tie) .200
1929 - 1933 Fred. R. Sullivan ’27 5 7 14 (1 tie) .333
1934 - 1936 Howard C. Hoople 3 4 7 .364
1937 - 43; ’46-52 H. Herbert Haines 14 44 7 .863
1953 Edward Reynolds, Jr. ’50 1 1 3 .250
1954 Leroy S. Rouner ’53 1 3 3 .500
1955 Derrick M. Wilde ’53 1 3 3 .500
1956 - 1958 Rev. Harold O. J. Brown ’53 3 22 2 .917
1959 - 1960; ’62 Lawrence Coolidge ’58 3 38 1 .974
1961 R. Kingsbury Chase 1 8 1 .889
1963 - 1964 Frederick C. Cabot ’59 1 11 2 .846
1965 David K. Richards 1 6 0 1.000
1966 John W. Weber 1 11 0 1.000
1967 - 1968 Crossan R. Andersen 2 15 1 .938
1969 - 1972 Stephen C. Gladstone 4 28 1 .966
1973 - 1978 John Higginson ’62 6 40 3 .930
1979 - 1980 Peter Raymond 2 12 3 .800
1981 - 1985 Bruce Beall 5 19 11 .633
1986 - Pres. Charles Butt 26 153 46 .769
  Totals: 88 435 120 .784
Individual Seasons:
Year Head Coach W L Sprints Albany IRA
1921 H. Herbert “Bert” Haines 0 1 - - -
1922 William Haines 0 2 - - -
1923 William Haines 2 2 - - -
1924 Fred R. Newell 3 1 - - -
1925 Fred J. Spuhn 3 0 - - -
1926 Fred R. Newell 1 2 - - -
1927 C. S. Heard ’25 0 2 - - -
1928 C. S. Heard ’25 1 2 (1 tie) - - -
1929 Fred R. Sullivan ’27 2 1 - - -
1930 Fred R. Sullivan ’27 4 1 (1 tie) - - -
1931 Fred R. Sullivan ’27 0 5 - - -
1932 Fred R. Sullivan ’27 1 3 - - -
1933 Fred R. Sullivan ’27 0 4 - - -
1934 Howard C. Hoople 0 3 - - -
1935 Howard C. Hoople 2 2 - - -
1936 Howard C. Hoople 2 2 - - -
1937 H. Herbert Haines 4 1 - - -
1938 H. Herbert Haines 4 1 - - -
1939 H. Herbert Haines 3 0 - - -
1940 H. Herbert Haines 3 0 - - -
1941 H. Herbert Haines 4 1 - - -
1942 H. Herbert Haines 3 0 3rd - -
1943 H. Herbert Haines 3 0 - - -
1944-45 No Team          
1946 H. Herbert Haines 10 0 1st - -
1947 H. Herbert Haines 3 0 1st - -
1948 H. Herbert Haines 4 0 3rd - -
1949 H. Herbert Haines 3 1 3rd - -
1950 H. Herbert Haines 1 2 4th - -
1951 H. Herbert Haines 4 1 3rd - -
1952 H. Herbert Haines 6 0 2nd - -
1953 Edward Reynolds, Jr. ’50 1 3 4th - -
1954 Leroy S. Rouner ’53 3 3 2nd - -
1954 Leroy S. Rouner ’53 3 3 2nd - -
1955 Derrick M. Wilde ’53 3 3 6th - -
1956 Rev. Harold O. J. Brown ’53 6 1 3rd - -
1957 Rev. Harold O. J. Brown ’53 4 1 2nd - -
1958 Rev. Harold O. J. Brown ’53 7 0 1st - -
1959 Lawrence Coolidge ’58 10 0 1st - -
1960 Lawrence Coolidge ’58 11 0 1st - -
1961 R. Kingsbury Chase 7 1 1st - -
1962 Lawrence Coolidge ’58 9 1 4th - -
1963 Frederick C. Cabot ’59 5 1 3rd - -
1964 Frederick C. Cabot ’59 6 1 3rd - -
1965 David K. Richards 6 0 2nd - -
1966 John William Weber 6 0 1st - -
1967 Crossan R. Andersen 7 0 4th - -
1968 Crossan R. Andersen 8 0 1st - -
1969 Stephen C. Gladstone 6 0 1st - -
1970 Stephen C. Gladstone 7 0 1st - -
1971 Stephen C. Gladstone 6 0 1st - -
1972 Stephen C. Gladstone 8 0 1st - -
1973 John Higginson ’62 6 1 2nd - -
1974 John Higginson ’62 8 0 1st - -
1975 John Higginson ’62 5 1 1st - -
1976 John Higginson ’62 9 0      
1977 John Higginson ’62 6 0 1st - -
1978 John Higginson ’62 6 1 1st - -
1979 Peter Raymond 6 1 3rd - -
1980 Peter Raymond 6 2 1st - -
1981 Bruce Beall 3 3 2nd - -
1982 Bruce Beall 5 1 1st - -
1983 Bruce Beall 3 3 3rd - -
1984 Bruce Beall 4 2 4th - -
1985 Bruce Beall 4 2 3rd - -
1986 Charles Butt 3 2 4th - -
1987 Charles Butt 4 3 4th 2nd -
1988 Charles Butt 6 1 1st 2nd -
1989 Charles Butt 7 0 1st 3rd -
1990 Charles Butt 5 2 4th - 6th
1991 Charles Butt 3 1 1st - 1st
1992 Charles Butt 3 3 4th - -
1993 Charles Butt 4 0 2nd - 1st
1994 Charles Butt 2 3 5th - 3rd
1995 Charles Butt 5 2 1st - 1st
1996 Charles Butt 8 1 2nd - 2nd
1997 Charles Butt 5 0 1st - 1st
1998 Charles Butt 5 2 2nd - 3rd
1999 Charles Butt 6 1 3rd - 1st
2000 Charles Butt 8 1 3rd - 4th
2001 Charles Butt 6 2 3rd - 1st
2002 Charles Butt 3 6 5th - 7th
2003 Charles Butt 7 1 4th - 1st
2004 Charles Butt 10 1 2nd - 5th
2005 Charles Butt 10 1 1st - 4th
2006 Charles Butt 5 4 4th - 2nd
2007 Charles Butt 6 1 5th - 3rd
2008 Charles Butt 2 6 8th - 11th
2009 Charles Butt 8 1 2nd - 3rd
2010 Charles Butt 10 0 2nd - 3rd
2011 Charles Butt 9 0 1st - 2nd
2012 Charles Butt 9 0 1st - 1st
EARC Sprint Cup Championships (Jope Cup) (19) - 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1991, 2004, 2005
EARC Sprint Championships (25) - 1946, 1947, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2005, 2012
Ivy League Championships (Determined at the EARC Sprints) (24) - 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2004, 2005, 2012
San Diego Crew Classic (Secretary of the Navy Cup) (5) - 1988, 1991, 1994, 1995, 1996
IRA National Championships (8) - 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2012
Henley Thames Challenge Cup (5) - 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1971
Henley Wyford Challenge Cup (1) - 1971
All-Time Eastern Sprint Titles (combined varsity, second varsity and freshman titles by lightweight crews at EARC Sprints)
School Titles
Harvard 69
Princeton 46
Yale 29
Cornell 18.3
Navy 8.3
Penn 6
Dartmouth 5
MIT 2.3
Columbia 2
Quick Facts:
- Joseph Wright Trophy is presented to the winner of the EARC Sprint Regatta with the cooperation of the American Rowing Association. The trophy was first awarded in 1938.
- The Ralph T. Jope Cup is presented at the EARC Sprint Regatta to the school whose lightweight crews (varsity, junior varsity, freshmen) score the highest point total based on their respective finish. It was first presented in 1963 by MIT.
- In 1929 Harvard set two records on the Charles - 7:07.2 and 7:05.
- The Goldthwait Cup was presented in 1925 by Kimball Prince, captain of the 1924 Harvard crew, and awarded retroactively to 1922, the first race between Harvard, Yale and Princeton. It was named after Vincent B. Goldthwait ’24.
- The Crimson’s 1938 varsity was one of the first American lightweight entries in the Henley Royal Regatta held in England.
- The Biglin Bowl trophy was put into competition by the Dartmouth Rowing Club in 1955.
- The Haines Cup, awarded to the winner of the Harvard/Navy race, was presented by Mrs. H. Herbert Haines in memory of the longtime lightweight coach.
- Harvard won the EARC Sprint Regatta in 1947, but decided not to make the trip to England for the Henley Royal Regatta because of postwar difficulties faced there.
- In 1960, in its third straight undefeated season, Harvard set a Lake Carnegie record with a time of 6:27.6 at Princeton.
- Also in 1960, Harvard set a record in the Henley Royal Regatta with a time of 6:39 against the Isis Boat Club, breaking Princeton’s record that had stood since 1953.
- In 1961, the squad decided not to travel to England for a fourth-straight year after winning the EARC Regatta.
- In 1967 Harvard set the course record in the H-Y-P Regatta on the Housatonic River in Derby.
- In 1975 the Crimson set the EARC Sprint Regatta record at Lake Carnegie with a time of 5:43.6.
- The winner of the IRA Sprint Regatta is considered the national champion. From 1987-89, it was called the Empire State Regatta.
- Harvard set a new course record in 1981 at the EARC Sprint Regatta on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass. with a time of 5:52.1.
- When Harvard won the EARC Sprints with a time of 5:40.56 in 2005 after an 8 year drought, the first four boats all broke the previous course record of 5:41.2 which had been set by Yale in 2001.