Kate Maloney
Kate Maloney
Title: Assistant Coach

Maloney, the 2007 CRCA New England Assistant Coach of the Year, started rowing in 1992 for Mt. Baker Rowing in Seattle. The next year she enrolled at the University of Washington and started an impressive string of four undefeated regular seasons and four Pac-10 Championships. Paralleling her collegiate rowing success, Maloney spent her summers rowing with the USA National Team racing at the Nations Cup Regatta. In 1995 she won a bronze in the pair at Groningen, The Netherlands, and in 1996 she won a gold in the straight four at Hazewinkel Belgium. Upon graduation from UW, Maloney moved on to the USA Senior National Team and began racing at the World Championships. In 1997 she raced in the 4-, in 1998 she was in the USA 8+ that won a silver in Cologne, Germany, in 1999 again she won a silver with the USA 8+ in St. Catharines, Ontario. Finally, Maloney finished her competitive racing career at the Sydney 2000 Olympics where she rowed in the USA 8+. Maloney has coached rowing at every level from high school to college to masters. She started coaching at ZLAC in San Diego and has since coached at CRI and Northeastern University in Boston. At Northeastern in 2002-2003 she was the second assistant working mostly with the third varsity. In addition, she coached at Lake Union Crew in Seattle, and she served as an assistant for the U.S. Junior National Team Development squad in each of the last three years. At Yale Maloney is the recruiting coordinator and works mostly with the novice women.