Kristina Latta-Landefeld started her rowing career at St. Ursula Academy in Toledo, OH and continued on at Smith College in Northampton, MA. She rowed for New York Athletic Club during the summers and after college. Her rowing career includes stints as a collegiate coach, boat repair person, cross-country boat trailer driver, and community rowing club administrator. Kristina is passionate about getting people engaged on- or near- the Great Miami River through rowing and other recreational means to find a sense of empowerment, peace, and team.
Kyle Stanley began rowing his first week of high school and hasn’t looked back. After first discovering rowing as a freshman at St. Francis de Sales High School in Toledo, OH, where he rowed for 8 seasons, he attended Marquette University, and immediately knew that he wanted to remain rowing and joined Marquette Crew. During his 4 years on the team, Kyle competed in the team’s top lightweight boats and spent a year as President of the club. After spending summers coaching various rowing camps, Kyle rejoined Marquette Crew as a coach in 2014, coaching the women’s team for three years before moving to Hamilton to take over Great Miami Crew in the winter of 2017.
Alli Studtmann fell in love with rowing during her first practice on the water at St. Ursula Academy in Toledo, Ohio. There, she completed 8 full seasons and doubled as a rower and coxswain. After graduating high school, she had to take a 3 year break from crew to focus on her nursing studies at the University of Cincinnati. But now she is back and feels blessed to have the opportunity to work with and coach Great Miami Crew.
Adaptive Rowing Coach & Program Coordinator
Beth Crenshaw started her rowing career in 2009 at the Louisville Rowing Club (Adaptive Rowing Program) in Louisville, Kentucky. When she moved to Ohio, she wanted to continue rowing and approached the Great Miami Rowing Center in 2013. Beth is currently training hard rowing on the water in hopes that it may lead her going to the Paralympics one day. Beth loves going out into the community talking to other organizations and individuals about adaptive rowing. Beth’s rowing career also involves grant writing and coaching. Beth is grateful for the opportunity to offer others with physical and cognitive disabilities the ability to row on the water! Beth’s Motto for the adaptive rowing program is that, “No One Gets Left Behind.”