Head Sailing Coach: John Mollicone
John Mollicone, Boston University '98, has been the Head Coach of Coed and Women's Sailing at Brown since 1999. John was an All-American Skipper at BU in 1998, leading his team to the New England Dinghy Championship and finishing 3rd at the Collegiate National Dinghy Championship.
Since coming to Brown, John has coached 48 All-Americans, 15 Academic All-Americans, 79 All-New England Sailors and has led the Bears to 43 National Championship appearances. During this time the team has finished top five at 17 National Championships and has won 12 New England Championships and six Atlantic Coast Championships. In 2010, John was awarded the U.S. Sailing National Sportsmanship Award for the Van Alan Clark Trophy and won the J-24 World Championship in Malmo, Sweden. He was a member of the 2011 U.S. Sailing Team, winning a Silver medal in J-24's at the 2011 Pan-American Games in Puerto Vallarta, MX. John has been named a U.S. Sailing Rolex Yachtsman of the Year Finalist in 2012 after winning the J-24 North Amercian and National Championship, and finishing second at the 96-boat J/24 World Championship.
John Currently lives in Providence, RI where he actively races everything from dinghies to keelboats.
Assistant Coach: Dan Rabin
Danny Rabin has been coaching the Brown team at weekend regattas since 2002. He was the Assistant Coach at Washington College from 2000-2002. He also races J22's, J24's, V15's, Interclubs and Lightnings. Danny won the Lighnting North American Championship in 2007 and the J-24 World Championship in 2010. He was a member of the 2011 U.S. Sailing Team, winning a Silver medal in J-24's at the 2011 Pan-American Games in Puerto Vallarta, MX.
Danny holds a B.S. in Engineering from Boston University and was an All-American Crew while sailing for the Terriers. He also has an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. Danny currently lives in Salem, MA.