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Player Bio: Aimee Baker :: Crew

  Aimee Baker
Aimee Baker
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Head Women's Coach

Aimee Baker is entering her 10th season as Head Coach of the Stanford Women's Crew team. Coach Baker has worked to establish Stanford as one of the top programs in women's intercollegiate rowing today. Her energetic recruiting efforts have been extremely successful, leading to the signing of many experienced rowers, including 12 members of past U.S. Junior National Teams.

Head coach Aimee Baker gives instructions during a crew event

Coach Baker lead led the Cardinal varsity eight to its first ever Pac-10 Championship in 2003 and to a bronze medal finish at the 2003 NCAA's. Baker received West Region and Pac-10 Coach of the Year Awards for the 2003 season in addition to winning Pac-10 Coach of the Year Award for the 1996 season.

Prior to her arrival at Stanford, Baker coached at UC Santa Barbara, where her teams enjoyed great success all levels. Many of her athletes at Santa Barbara and Stanford have participated at development, pre-elite and national team camps. Two of Coach Baker's Stanford athletes competed in the 2004 Olympics in Athens with one winning a silver medal. As a coach, Baker has participated in summer pre-elite camps at the ARCO U.S. Olympic Training Center.

Baker was a successful rower at UC Santa Barbara, where she won two National Championships in the varsity four. Following graduation with her B.A. in Biology, Baker attended the U.S. Olympic Selection Camp in 1992. Coach Baker resides in Menlo Park, CA.