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Cleveland Foundry Juniors 

 Coaching Staff


Alyssa Trebilcock
Juniors Head Coach
Phone: 216-965-6859

Alyssa Trebilcock began rowing in 2009 for The Cleveland Foundry Juniors, then named CSRA. Alyssa graduated from Gilmour Academy in 2010 and went on to attend Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY. Alyssa walked-on to the Women's Rowing team, going on to earn four trips to the NCAA Championship, three of them in the Varsity Eight resulting in two bronze medals. Alyssa has earned recognition as a top finisher in several iterations of the Head of the Charles Regatta and has garnered several accolades from the ECAC and Liberty League rowing conferences.

Alyssa works as a Wellness Coordinator in downtown Cleveland. She hopes to bring her college experience into high school level training to better prepare the athletes  for college rowing as well as develop them as young women. 

Morgan Taggart 
Juniors Assistant Coach

A lacrosse player from middle school through college, Morgan discovered rowing when she was living in Grand Rapids, MI. She joined the Grand Rapids Rowing Club where she rowed for two years.  Morgan moved to Cleveland in 2005 and is the captain of the Recreational Rowing Program and co-chair of the WRRA Sweeps Committee.  She has been coaching CYRA’s young women since 2014. Morgan is a graduate of Earlham College and Cleveland State University and is currently the Director of ag|re|culture at St. Clair Superior Development Corporation.


Amber Douglas
LTR & RTX Coach

Amber Douglas began rowing in 2012, earning seven medals while excelling both in and out of the classroom. Amber is currently a student at Cleveland State University and is excited to return to coach The Cleveland Foundry Juniors newest athletes.

Coach Douglas' outlook on rowing is that it teaches "discipline through the consistent demand of hard work and dedication, which is extremely rewarding." Coach Douglas is enthusiastic about helping rowers with the challenges they'll face as student-athletes.