Dave Deiuliis

Head Coach and Varsity Girls Coach

David DeIuliis  joins Arlington-Belmont Crew after a three years at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, NH. During his three years at Pierce, he revitalized the program, nearly doubling the roster in size and helped guide the program to heights it had not previously seen, including sending two boats through to the Grand Final at the New England Rowing Championships (NERC) for the first time in program history in 2015. The Spring of 2016 saw a finals appearance by the Freshmen four at NERCs, where they were edged out of a bronze medal by .001 seconds and .06 away from silver in one of the closest finishes in NERC history. The following week the freshman boat notched another program first earning a semi-final appearance at the Dad Vail Regatta, the largest collegiate regatta in the country.

During Dave's tenure, the team also posted a  3.1 team GPA as well as having three students named as Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Scholar-Athlete Award winners. He served as a member of the NCAA Division 2 Regional Advisory Committee and as a D2 pollster for the College Rowing Coaches Association. 

Before joining FPU, Dave spent six-years serving as the head rowing coach at Brandeis University from May 2008 through May 2013.  Prior to Brandeis, Dave spent three years as the varsity head coach at Wentworth Tech, leading a program he built from the ground up starting in January 2005. While overseeing all aspects of the program, he quickly built the Leopards into a winning team. Their first full season of racing concluded with an appearance at the Dad Vail Regatta.

Outside of collegiate rowing, Dave has coached at the junior level as head coach of Oakland Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, PA (1991) and the Head Coach and Girls Varsity Coach at Worcester Academy in Worcester, MA (2013). He has also held a variety of rowing instructional positions throughout Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, where he has introduced novices to the sport and overseen competitive rowing programs at both the Junior and Masters levels.