In 2015-16, Ned DelGuercio enters his fourth season as assistant coach and recruiter for the Yale Lightweight Crew.
In his first season at Yale in 2013, he guided the Y150 Freshmen to a 6-1 regular season record and the gold medal at the EARC Sprints Championship.
DelGuercio is a six-time USA National Team member and two-time World Champion. In 2007 after securing the gold medal in the M8+ at the Pan American Games, he was named to the M4+ for the World Championships in Munich, Germany. The USA 4+ took the gold by 0.4 seconds. The following summer he coxed the USA LM8+ at the World Championships in Linz, Austria. The United States captured the gold medal by 1.4 seconds. He went on to compete as coxswain for the USA M8+ for the 2009, 2010, and 2011 World Championships and World Cup teams, and raced in the Grand Challenge of the Henley Royal Regatta in 2010 and 2011.
While training with the United States team in Princeton N.J., DelGuercio was the novice women’s coach at Mercer Junior Rowing Club and later became assistant varsity womens' coach. There he helped develop athletes who would continue successful rowing careers at universities including Notre Dame, UCLA, Princeton, Harvard, Syracuse and Clemson.
DelGuercio was a three-year member of the Rutgers heavyweight varsity eight. In 2003 his crew reached the grand final of the EARC Sprints and the final round of the Henley Royal Regatta placing second to Washington. After another winning record in 2004 he was captain of the 2005 squad.
Ned began rowing at St. Joseph’s Preparatory School in Philadelphia. He was a four-year member of the team, and three-year letter winner. He collected three Stotesbury Cup gold medals, two SRA National Championship gold medals, and his Lightweight 8+ went undefeated in 2001 finishing with a gold medal at the USRowing National Regatta. That summer he was selected to the USA JM8+ for the World Rowing Junior Championships in Duisburg, Germany.
DelGuercio will continue to assist head coach Andy Card with all aspects of the program during the 2015-16 season.