Lauren Fisher, Coach

(bio coming soon)

Lisa Stone, head coach

Lisa is the long-time Head Coach at the Winsor School with multiple deep ties to the rowing community, particularly in Boston. Renowned as both a rower in her own right as well as a coach, she brings a wealth of knowledge from all aspects of the sport. In her career as an athlete, Stone (née Hansen) distinguished herself in a time when women’s rowing was dominated by countries from Eastern Europe. As the stroke of the USA Women’s 2x, she and her doubles partner, current Radcliffe Head Coach and fellow CRS coach (see below) Liz O’Leary, won a bronze medal at both the 1977 and 1978 World Championships. Stone also competed at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal and the 1975 World Championships in the Women’s Coxed Quad for the USA. As a coach, Stone got her start serving as the Assistant Coach at Radcliffe (Harvard University) from 1980 - 1983 before assuming the Head Coach role from 1983 to 1986. She later moved on to coach at The Winsor School and has developed the program into one of the premier girls’ rowing programs in the country with her crews earning many NEIRA Championships along the way. One obvious standout from her Winsor squads is her daughter, Gevvie, who followed her mother’s lead and represented the USA in the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games as the Women’s 1x.

RENVIL DOMAIN, strength Coach

Renvil is a personal trainer in Boston who helps his clients improve their lives and increase their athletic performance. Renvil has a proven system for transforming fitness and allowing clients to achieve results that far exceed their expectations. Renvil is known for the expertise, commitment, and intensity that he brings to each of his clients. Renvil holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from Northeastern University. In 2001 he decided that it was time to pursue his passion for fitness professionally and made the transition to become a personal trainer. Renvil quickly recognized that many of the attributes from his engineering background applied very well to personal training. By 2004, Renvil had established himself as a premier trainer at the prestigious Sports Club LA in Boston. He received the Trainer of the Year award three times consecutively, an accomplishment that had not been achieved previously at the club. Renvil has received numerous advanced certifications and is continuously setting the pace for the industry with new and cutting edge exercises. When he is not training clients, Renvil enjoys power/acro yoga, marathon training, kayaking, mountain biking, bowling and playing soccer. He is the owner of REPS, one of the finest fitness establishment in the area.


Sarah is the current Head Coach of the Harvard-Radcliffe Lightweight Rowing Team.  From 2007 - 2013 Baker (née Schwegman) competed in World Championship Trials, National Selection Regattas, National Championships, Canadian Henley, and Head of the Charles.  Prior to her current coaching position at Harvard-Radcliffe, Baker split her time between Riverside Boat Club coaching the sculling group, Charles River Scullers preparing athletes for Canadian Henley and National Championships, and The Winsor School helping the 3V and 4V place first at the 2013 NEIRA Championships.  As a trustee, Baker ensured the continuity of Riverside Boat Club’s vision and served as a steward of the organization.  Baker graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology in 2005, where she was the vice president of Georgia Tech Rowing.