Lori Dauphiny was honored this weekend as she was selected to the Collegiate Rowing Coaches’ Association’s Hall of Fame at the USRowing Convention.
It was an honor to be selected by my peers,” said Dauphiny. “I could not have done this on my own. The credit goes to all the coaches and athletes I’ve worked with.”
A two-time National Coach of the Year, Dauphiny will enter her 24th season as the head coach of women’s crew in 2020, and she has led the Tigers to an unprecedented era of success over her career. Under Dauphiny, Princeton has won two V8+ NCAA Championships and 10 Ivy League crowns.
The success has been incredible this decade. Since a magical 2011 season, when Princeton went undefeated and won its second NCAA V8+ championship, the Tigers have won seven of the last nine Ivy League championships. Princeton has won four straight Ivy titles highlighted by a perfect 2017 regular season with a Cooper River record-setting, wire-to-wire win. Last year, Princeton registered its 21st top-ten finish at the NCAA Championships, earning seventh place.