Alejandra Ojeda-Beck is entering her second season with the University of San Diego men's rowing team after assisting head coach Brooks Dagman and Novice Coach David Janiak complete the most successful season in the team's history this past year.
Ojeda-Beck comes to the Toreros after rowing for four years with the University of California at Davis men's rowing program. During this period she placed in the top ten at the International Rowing Associations Championship, repeatedly won WIRA Regional Championships and placed in the top 15 percent at the International Head of the Charles Regatta.
Throughout the years, Ojeda-Beck has also been involved in helping teach an array of athletes to row through several Learn-to-Row camps, clinics and corporate team-building workshops. She is currently developing a Coxswain Manual--copyright pending--to be used to develop both novice and experienced coxswains.
Ojeda-Beck graduated from UC Davis in 2006 with dual B.A. degrees in Political Science and International Relations. She recently achieved her Masters degree from the University of San Diego Joan B. Kroc School of Peace.