During her 20 years at the helm of the University of Tennessee women’s rowing team, head coach Lisa Glenn has helped the 23-year-old program mature into a national power. Glenn has led the Vols to eight appearances at the NCAA Championships, including four full-team selections in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010. Only the second coach in Volunteer rowing history, Glenn has a strong track record of producing stellar student-athletes, both on the water and in the classroom.

Six Vols have taken home All-America accolades under Glenn's tutelage. Erika Lauderlade was selected as a second-team CRCA All-American in 2012. After the 2010 season, Laura Miller was selected as a second team CRCA All-American. Former rower Erin-Monique Shelton collected second-team honors for the third consecutive year in 2008, joining Chelsea Pemberton as the only Tennessee rowers to earn All-America distinction three times. The 2005 squad saw Andrea Bagwell and Pemberton both named to the second team, while in 2004, Pemberton picked up first-team honors and Kaitlin Bargreen garnered a second-team selection. In 2003, the All-American duo was flip-flopped, with Bargreen taking first-team status and Pemberton earning a second-team selection.


Former Tennessee standout rower Sarah Arms returns to Tennessee for her sixth season as an assistant coach for the Vols in 2017-18. Her primary responsibilities include assisting with the varsity squad and heading up the team's recruiting efforts.

A four-year letterwinner at Tennessee, Arms returned to UT after spending four years as the head coach at the Smoky Mountain Rowing Center. While there, she was responsible for training both adult and junior rowers, coaching both the novice and varsity crews, as well as recruiting new rowers to the program and promoting rowing throughout East Tennessee.

While competing at UT, Arms was part of the program-best ninth-place team finish at the 2007 NCAA Championships. She competed at the 2004 NCAAs, as well as helping the Vols to a 10th-place finish in their first team appearance in 2006.


William Juckett joined Tennessee Rowing as an assistant coach in 2016. His primary responsibility is assisting with the varsity team and aiding with recruiting efforts.

The Wisconsin native attended the University of Minnesota -- Twin Cities where he received a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. While there, Juckett was a standout on the University of Minnesota Men's Crew, being named the team's MVP for the 2013-14 season. He medaled at the 2012 Dad Vail Regatta in the Men's Varsity Lightweight 4+ and qualified for the Final at the U23 World Championship Trials in the Lightweight Pair. He also served on the University of Minnesota Men's Crew Student Executive Board as the Commodore (Boatman) for the 2013-14 season.


Laura Miller, a former standout rower at Tennessee, returned to Rocky Top in 2016 as an assistant coach. Her primary responsibility is coaching the novice team.

After receiving an undergraduate degree from UT in 2010, Miller accepted a graduate assistant position with Tennessee Rowing, working with the novice squad from 2011-2013 while completing a master’s degree in Kinesiology. After graduating in 2013, Miller was named the Head Novice Coach at Old Dominion University where she remained through the 2016 season.

While competing at Tennessee, Miller was part of three teams to make NCAA Championship appearances, and in 2010 she was named a CRCA All-American and the Conference USA Rower of the Year.


Graduate assistant coach Caitlin Lowe joined the Tennessee staff in August 2017. She serves as an assistant coach, working primarily with the novice team.

Lowe graduated from the University of Miami in 2016 with a degree in exercise psychology. Lowe was a four year member of Hurricanes Rowing, winning gold in the Open 2-, finishing second in the Women’s Championship 4+ and earning a third place in the Women’s Championship 8+ race at the 2015 Head of the Hooch.  Additionally, she sat stroke seat in the 1V8+ that won the Cal Cup in the 2016 San Diego Crew Classic. Lowe was named a CRCA Scholar Athlete all four years and made the All-ACC Academic Team from 2013-2015.


Karla Sass' enters her 18th year working for the Tennessee Rowing program. In 2000 she started as the Facility Coordinator and Rigger for the team. In 2010, she was promoted to Director of Rowing Operations, her current position.

Sass graduated from the University of Iowa, where she worked in facility and event management for 8 years followed by 2 years as the Rowing Travel Coordinator and Rigger.

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