Osborne Brings Power to LMU

July 9, 2018

Jake Power, who spent the last two years as a volunteer assistant coach with Stanford rowing, has been hired as an assistant coach with LMU rowing, it was announced by head coach Hanna Osborne this week.

While at Stanford, Power helped guide Stanford to a fourth-place finish at the 2018 NCAA Championship while assisting with the selection of the 4+ that placed eighth at the 2018 NCAA Championship.

"Jake embodies the mindset, work ethic and attitude that we value in this program," Osborne said. "His knowledge and experience are going to be a tremendous asset to us as we work to further grow our team and build off our 17-18 season."

Power began his coaching career at Stanford following a standout career with the University of Virginia men's rowing program.

An All-America selection for Virginia, Power coxed the Cavaliers' varsity eight from 2014-16. Voted team captain in his final year, he guided UVA to a third-place team finish at the 2015 and 2016 American Collegiate Rowing Association championship regatta. Power was named a second-team ACRA All-America pick at the conclusion of the 2015 season. He coxed the varsity four to a gold medal at the 2014 Head of the Charles.

A member of the Dean's List and three-time ACRA Academic All-America selection (2014-16), Power earned his Bachelor of Arts in History with Distinction from Virginia in 2016.

While serving as a volunteer assistant coach with the Stanford women's rowing program, Power was also a research assistant in the Behavioral Lab at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He facilitated online and in-lab marketing and behavioral research for nearly 100 faculty and students while studying goal attainment and interpersonal dynamics in teams.

 

 

Immediately preceding being hired by LMU, Power was hired as a limited-term recruiting coordinator at Menlo College Rowing for the first half of 2018. There, he was tasked with building the newly-created rowing program by recruiting the first class of fifteen athletes.

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