Meet the CRAM Coaches and Staff

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Scott Mc Inerney - Head Coach

Growing up in New Jersey, Coach Scott began swimming in 2001 upon entering high school, competing at both state and national levels in sprint freestyle and butterfly events. Scott attended Oberlin College (Division III) in Ohio and led the team in these events, swimming alongside elite swimmers at fellow schools like Kenyon College and Denison University, setting multiple school records in the process. After graduation, he moved to Boston to start his professional career, but continued to swim for the Charles River Aquatics Masters for a year before joining the coaching staff in 2010.

As a coach, Scott brought with him the experience of being a recent college swimmer, reminding swimmers of the importance of exercising proper technique when training to build speed and stroke efficiency. His time spent coaching the team has allowed him the ability to develop workouts to meet the differing needs of each individual swimmer to help best suit their abilities and personal goals. To this day, he continues to assist swimmers in identifying their strengths as well as areas of improvement among all levels (advanced or novice) to help promote growth and development while minimizing potentially injurious swimming behavior. After almost 9 years of assistant coaching for Charles River Aquatics Masters, Scott has developed strong relationships with countless swimmers on the team, earning their trust and learning nuances of each member's stroke, young and old. It was only fitting for him to assume the role of Head Coach in Spring 2019.

Outside the pool, Scott works in market research and consumer insights and understands the value of member feedback to create needed change, whether it be professionally or coaching on the pool deck. In his spare time, Scott enjoys spending time with his dogs, traveling (local and abroad), fitness/exercise, cooking, and craft/DIY projects.

To ask questions or provide feedback about the team or workouts, email Scott directly at [email protected]com.

Joanie Hudak - Assistant Coach

Coach Joanie grew up swimming on the North Shore and swam at Washington and Lee in Lexington, VA. After graduating she competed in open water swims and eventually began taking part in local road races. Soon after she started triathlons, taking on longer races, including her first ironman in 2017.

Joanie recently started coaching CRAM in April of 2019 and continues to train and compete in triathlons and open water swims alongside may bother CRAM coaches and swimmers.

Outside the pool, she enjoys traveling, brunch and spending time with her husband to be and cats. 

Jen Scalise - Assistant Coach

(Biography Coming!!)


Stephanie Morawski - Director


The Director of Charles River Masters is also Harvard’s Head Coach of Women’s Swimming and Diving. One of the most decorated swimmers in the rich history of Harvard's storied program, Stephanie Wriede Morawski '92 has been the head coach of her alma mater since 1996.  Steph and her Crimson team have claimed many Ivy League Championships over her outstanding career. Morawski complied a long list of accolades as a student-athlete before entering the coaching ranks.

A former team captain, she is a two-time All-America selection, a three-time NCAA Championships qualifier, and two-time Olympic Trials qualifier. 
Morawski earned her undergraduate degree in economics from Harvard in 1992 and added a master's degree from Harvard's Graduate School of Education in 1999.

Kevin Tyrrell - Partner to CRA Masters


A valued partner to CRAM, Kevin Tyrrell was promoted to Head Coach for Harvard Men's Swimming & Diving in August 2013 after serving as an assistant coach since 2009. Tyrrell's second season at the helm saw Harvard post a 9-0 record in dual meets during the regular season, including a 7-0 mark against the Ivy League. At the Ivy League Championships, Harvard claimed second overall.

Previously, Tyrrell, who has extensive international coaching experience, was the head coach of the U.S. Virgin Islands National Team from 2005-09 and led the team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. A 1992 graduate of Lafayette College, Tyrrell was a two-time captain for the Leopards, leading the team to second place at the 1992 ECAC Championship. He earned a master’s degree in education from Boston University in 2002 and a master's in education from Harvard University in 2015.