Thomas Lineberry is a native to Orlando and retired from Orange County Public Schools after 36 years of teaching. He attended UCF and Rollins College. He has been involved with rowing for the past 50 years as a rower, state regatta director, collegiate and high school coach, license referee and has held several state rowing organization positions.  He has coached his high school teams to 52 state titles and numerous other state medals.  Other successes include three national high school titles and seven titles at the Stotesbury Cup (the largest high school regatta).

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MJ Dennis began rowing in 1982 at UCF under Coach Dennis Kamrad. She has been rowing competitively ever since in regattas such as the Royal Canadian Henley, USRowing Masters Nationals, Southeast Regionals, Head of the Charles, Head of the Hooch, Head of the South, First Coast Head Race, Head of the Indian Creek and numerous local races. She will be competing this year at FISA World Masters Regatta in Sarasota.
MJ graduated from UCF in 1984 with a BS in Business Administration and studied a year post-graduate in Exercise Physiology before becoming the Head women's coach at Edgewater High School in 1985 until 1990. The team grew from 2 8's of girls before she started to 5 8's in 2 years. Her girls won the Junior 4, Junior 8 and came in 4th in the Senior 8 at Scholastic Nationals and Edgewater won the State Championship 4 times during that time.
From 2000-2009 she taught Yoga, Pilates, and Spinning at the RDV Sportsplex and has held certified personal trainer certifications from AFAA and NASM. She started coaching rowing again in 2015 at Winter Park's Middle School Rowing Program.