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Our Coaches





Devant Xoai
Years paddling: 12 years
Class of 2008.
Coaching since: 2009
Advice for newbies: Don't call it "rowing" =P

Janet Gonzalez
Years paddling: Oh God, 8 (years). I feel old now. 
Class of 2013
Coaching since: NOW (2019)!! :O
Advice for newbies:  All the new things to think about can get overwhelming, but don't fret! Just take it one step at a time; you'll get there, I promise! And don't be afraid to ask questions like, "wtf does 'open up' mean??"
Curtis Guinn
Years paddling: 10 years 
Class of 2010
Coaching since: One year with Dragonauts in 2011 and one year with CSULB in 2015
Advice for newbies: Try not to think about it too much.

Esmer "Ez" Dizon
Years paddling: 10 years
Class of 2010 (faithful!)
Coaching since: 2012
Advice for newbies: Come out to practice as much as you can, stick with it, and listen to your coaches. You'll be an efficient and experienced paddler soon enough. Always paddle hard and finish strong(er)!
Robert Clark
Years paddling: 13 years
Class of 2007
Coaching since: 2012
Advice for newbies: Pain is all in the mind

Sally Gee
Years paddling: 6 years
Class of 2016
Coaching since: twenty 19, aka now! ;)
Advice for newbies: Keep at it, you'll start progressing pretty quickly ;). For those that want to be more competitive, be focused on the water, pay attention to what your body is doing, and make a concentrated effort to adjust your technique from what the coaches advise.











James Cabrera
Years paddling: 10 years
Class of 2017
Coaching since: First time
Advice for newbies: Just keep coming out to practice.