Bio: Hi – I’m Alec Greenberg and I have the pleasure of serving as the President this year. I’m a Senior from Richmond, Virginia where I previously rowed for 4 years at River City Crew. At Miami, I’ve been with the team for 4 years, since the fall of my freshman year, and I’ve previously had the opportunity to serve as Head Coxswain. I joined MURC my very first week of school and have loved every single minute of it!
Bio: Hello - My name is Riley Wilson and I am a senior majoring in Marketing from Cleveland, Ohio. I joined the team my second semester freshman year with no previous rowing experience to try something new and could not have imagined the impact it would have on my life at Miami. I grew up playing tennis and soccer and knew I wanted to find another team sport at school and I have loved learning so much about rowing since joining. Being a part of this team is a great opportunity to meet amazing people, work hard for yourself and your team, and truly shape your college experience in the best way.
Bio: Hey there! I’m Alexis Franklin, this year’s captain for the women’s team. I started rowing for Nashville in middle school, so crew has been apart of my life for awhile. I’m majoring in Economics with minors in History and Emerging Tech. If you’re considering joining or want to talk, don’t hesitate to contact me! This sport is a great way to make friends and a great way to spend some time outside. My favorite part of crew is traveling to races with the team! When I’m not at crew I like to hike, see live music, and hang with friends.
Bio:Hey yall! I'm Victor Shilling, and I will be serving as the Mens captain for this year. I spent 4 years in high school rowing at Westerville Crew, where I've coached in the summer the past 2 years. I joined rowing here my first week (where I bumped into alec at freshman orientation) and it's been my ultimate goal to serve as mens captain my senior year. I'm excited to watch the team continue to grow!
Bio: Hello! I am Camden Weiss, and I am a sophomore studying Finance from Urbana, Ohio! I joined the team during the second semester of my freshman year, with no prior rowing experience, but I have loved every minute I’ve been on the team! When I’m not rowing, you will probably find me running or playing basketball.
Bio: Hi! I’m Ben Champagne and I am serving as the Equipment Manager for the 2022-23 season. I am a Senior Engineering Management major with a minor in Supply Chain Management. I’m from Columbia Station, Ohio and I grew up playing football and baseball. This is my 4th year as a part of this team, all of which have been extremely enjoyable. Although I came in with no prior rowing experience, my decision to join the team has been one of the best I’ve ever made.
Bio: Hi! My name is Emma Lehman, and I am from Dayton, Ohio. I’m a junior Biology major. I am serving as the Secretary Chair on the 2022-2023 rowing team. I joined the team the first semester of this year without ever rowing before. Joining the team is the best decision I have made since coming to Miami, and it has helped me meet all of my closest friends.
Bio: Hi! My name is Devin Beilenson and I am a sophomore from St. Louis, MO. I am an Accountancy major with an Analytical minor. I joined MURC the fall season of my freshman year and I have 6 years of rowing experience starting in St. Louis Rowing Club. I have met amazing people since I have joined the team and have many new adventures everyday.
Bio: Hi! My name is Julia Korpusik and I am from Cleveland, Ohio. I am a junior Kinesiology major with a dance and nutrition double minor. I joined MURC in the spring of my freshman year and it was one of the best decisions I have made since coming to college! I have had such a positive experience being on this team and have met so many amazing people along the way!
Bio: Hi! My name is Stephanie Selvaggio and I am a sophomore Dietetics major with a Food Systems and Food Studies co-major. I am from Urbana, Ohio, and I am serving as the external fundraising chair! I joined MURC in the fall of freshman year with no previous rowing experience, and it has truly made my time at Miami everything I wanted it to be. MURC has given me my best friends, roommates, and study buddies. I can't wait to see where the team goes in the future!
Bio: Hey everyone! My name is Emma Guinee. I am a Junior Marketing major from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I am serving as Publicity Chair for the 2022 - 2023 school year. I had no rowing experience before joining MURC so I was very nervous about what was ahead. But joining this team has been the best decision I've ever made! I never expected to love the sport so much and to meet so many amazing people. I even get to row with a few of my sorority sisters! I encourage everyone to give MURC a shot just like I did.
Bio: Hello - I'm Zach Kim; most of my team calls me "Zim." I am a Junior Engineering Management major with a concentration in Manufacturing. I am going on my third season as Head Coxswain and my eighth season of rowing. I began my rowing journey as a Junior at Perrysburg high school, where I fell in love with the sport. Joining MURC has been one of the best decisions I have made at college; this is where I have found community. Being a part of our tight-knit team motivates me day in and day out to put my best foot forward and always give 110% to everything I do. My team members consistently push me to be not only the best coxswain I can be but the best teammate, student, and person in general. My team members are the most important people to me, and I treasure each individual dearly. Being a part of my team's successes and shortcomings drives me to continue learning and adapting my coxing knowledge whenever and wherever possible. I am ecstatic to see how much we can grow our team by the end of my time at Miami.
Bio: Hi! My name is Avery Riekert and I am serving as a student coach for the program. I am a junior and am studying Psychology! I have seven years of rowing experience, and started rowing at Great Miami Crew in Hamilton, Ohio. I made the decision to start coaching MURC in spring season of 2022, when I was actually a student at another university. MURC was super welcoming and being able to experience the family-like environment of the team was a major factor in my decision to transfer to Miami!