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John Hayburn
Position: Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: LaSalle '98, Drexel '03
Former lightweight rowing club national champion John Hayburn is entering his second season with the University of Pennsylvania men's lightweight rowing team in 2010-11.

Last season, Hayburn led the novice crew to its best finish in three years at EARC Sprints. Penn's eighth-place showing matched the same feat from the 2006-07 season where they also reached the Petite Final and finished second.

Hayburn comes to Penn with experience in all facets of rowing. As an athlete, he was a national champion in several lightweight events. He won the lightweight quad national championship in 2000, and won both the lighweight quad and double titles in 2001. Hayburn was also victorious at the Canadian Henley, as the 2000 lightweight quad champion. He was the runner-up at the Canadian Henley in the double the following year as well as in the quad in 2003. At the world trials in 2001, Hayburn finished third in the lightweight quad.

Hayburn most recently served as the assistant coach of Malvern Prep High School in 2009. Prior to that, he was an assistant coach with Temple women's rowing program for three seasons. He helped guide the Owls when they won the Mayor's Cup in 2008. He has also spent time as a head coach on boathouse row. He has served as the head rowing coach for the Malta Boat Club since 2005.

Hayburn graduated from La Salle University with a bachelor's in 1998 and then earned his Masters of Science of Instruction from Drexel University in 2003.


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