Alex Dillon

Title: Head Coach

Alma Mater: Boston University '16

Email: dillonac@bc.edu


Alex began his coaching career as the freshman coach here on the heights, leading the Novice 8+ to a historic spring season during the 2016-2017 school year. His Novice 8+ brought home 3 Gold medals and one Bronze Medal, including a first ever ACRA National Championship for the program. Alex took on the position as Head Coach starting in December of 2017.  He has been the Head Coach of the Row Boston High School rowing program out of Community Rowing, Inc since September of 2016. 

A 2016 Graduate of Boston University, Alex rowed for four years on the Varsity Crew Team.  During his career, Alex spent time in the Varsity Eight and Second Varsity Eight, capturing numerous wins and medals in dual races and championships. He began rowing at St. Augustine Prep in NJ, where he served as Captain and earned an invitation to the US Junior National Team Selection Camp. 


Andy Sayles

Title: Assistant Coach

Alma Mater: Marist College '12

Email: atsayles1@gmail.com


Andy began his coaching career as an Assistant Coach at his Alma Mater, Marist College. From there, he became the Head Coach of the Albany Rowing Center's Boy's Varsity Team in 2014, a position he held until September 2017. Andy joined the BC Coaching Staff at the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year.

As a rower, Andy was a standout athlete for the Red Foxes. He served as Team Captain his senior year and was a member of the Varsity Eight boat that was named All-MAAC during his time there. He was also nominated for the Marist Male Sportsperson of the Year. 


NIck Guida

Title: Assistant Coach

Alma Mater: Worcester Polytechnic institute (WPI) '14


Nick joined the BC Coaching Staff in January of 2018. He began his coaching career at Worcester Academy in 2012 and is currently an assistant coach at St. John's Shrewsbury as well as the Director of Rowing at Quinsigamond Rowing Club in Worcester, MA. As an undergraduate at WPI, Nick competed on the Men's Rowing Team during his freshman year.