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Brett Gorman
Brett  Gorman

Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Michigan, 2005


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Cavaliers win six of seven races in afternoon session


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Cavalier Varsity Eight claims top collegiate spot for fourth consecutive year


Cavaliers Finish Fifth at NCAA Championships

Second Varsity Eight and Varsity Four both finish third


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Cavaliers' next regatta is ACC Championships May 16-17 in Clemson, S.C.


Virginia Claims Top Collegiate Spot at Head of the Charles

The Cavaliers' Varsity Eight finishes as the top collegiate boat for third consecutive year

Brett Gorman completed her third season as assistant coach of the Virginia rowing program in 2015. Gorman assists the Cavalier recruiting efforts and works with the varsity crews, including the Varsity Four that finished third at the 2014 NCAA Championships and fourth at the 2013 national regatta.

Gorman served as the lead assistant for her alma mater, Michigan, from 2010-12 and helped guide the Wolverines to a second-place finish at the NCAA Championships and their first Big Ten title in eight years in 2012. She oversaw the recruiting efforts for the Wolverines and led the novice program.

Gorman is a four-time member of the USRowing senior national team and won gold medals with the women's eight at the 2006 and 2007 World Rowing Championships. She also finished 12th in the women's double sculls at the 2006 world regatta and was a Team USA alternate for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.

A 2005 graduate of Michigan, Gorman helped the varsity eight earn a second-place finish at the 2003 NCAA Championships and a bronze medal at the 2004 national regatta.

Gorman and her husband, Sean, reside in Charlottesville.


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