|Position:||Associate Head Coach (Recruiting Coordinator)|
|Alma Mater:||Marietta College '02|
Agnini has coached for the United States on numerous occasions in the past five years. Most recently, he coached the heavyweight 4- to a sixth-place finish and was an assistant for the heavyweight eight (gold medal, world record time) at U23 World Championships in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In 2010, he led the lightweight 4- to a bronze medal, first ever medal for the U.S. in that event, and also coached the heavyweight 4- to a seventh-place finish, serving as an assistant coach for heavyweight eight that got silver at U23 World Championships in Belarus. In 2009, he coached the lightweight 4- to eighth place at U23 World Championships in Prague. He coached the U.S. Under 23 lightweight 4- to an eighth-place finish at the U23 World Championships in Brandenberg, Germany, in July of 2008.
While coaching at Penn AC from May to September of 2007, Agnini guided a U.S. coxed pair from Penn AC that reached the 2007 World Championships, winning the B final to claim seventh place overall. In addition, he has also coached at St. Joseph's Preparatory School in Philadelphia in the springs of 2004 and 2005.
A product of Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio, Agnini graduated in 2002 with degrees in psychology and history. He competed at the IRA Regatta while rowing at Marietta.