David is in his 17th year as head coach for the boys’ fall and spring rowing programs. His varsity fours (fall) have won victories at numerous regattas around New England, including the Head of the Fish, Head of the Connecticut, New England Junior Championships, and the New Hampshire Championships. Five squads have placed in the top 10 at the Head of the Charles Regatta, including a recent fifth-place finish in the men’s youth fours. David’s varsity eights (spring) have earned victories against every school in the highly competitive New England Interscholastic Rowing Association and consistently race one of the toughest schedules in the league. As a college athlete, Reeder rowed for four years on the varsity lightweight eight at Washington State University, earning two PAC-10 championships. At NMH, Reeder is the integrative math and science coordinator and teaches physics, chemistry, and geology. He lives on campus with his family.
Tony has been an assistant boys' crew coach at NMH since 2013. A four-year rower at Brown University, he was named to the 2013 Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) All-Academic Team. During his collegiate career, Tony was a silver medalist at the IRA National Championships in Brown's JV 8+ in 2012 and 2013, a finalist (runner-up) in the Temple Cup at the 2012 Henley Royal Regatta, and an EARC Sprints gold medalist in the JV 8+ in 2013. Tony's crews at NMH have had racing success in both the fall and spring seasons, including a 17th-place finish at the 2014 Head of the Charles Regatta for the 55th seed Varsity 8+, and berths in the New England Interscholastic Rowing Association Championship for the JV 8+ in 2014 and 2015, the first for NMH in several years. In the summer of 2016, Tony coached with the Men's Junior Gold program at Penn Athletic Club in Philadelphia, including a stint as head coach. He helped lead the team to strong results at the Independence Day Regatta and the USRowing Club National Championships in Cincinnati, Ohio, including a first-place finish for the club's U-17 8+, and second- and third-place finishes in the U-17 4+. Tony teaches in the NMH History and Social Science Department, and lives in Lower Overtoun.
Harrison has coached NMH boys' crew since 2015 and worked mostly with novice and junior-varsity rowers. He was a lightweight rower at Columbia University and sculled for the Haverford School before college. Harrison teaches in the English department and is the dorm head of Hayden Hall. He also coaches sculling at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center during the summer.