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T H E G E O R G E WA S H I N G T O N U N I V E R S I T Y ERIC CARCICH / HEAD COACH Eric Carcich is in his first year as head coach for the women's rowing at The George Washington University. Carcich replaces former head coach Rob McCracken. Carcich will be responsible for all aspects of the Colonials women’s rowing program, which opens the 2009-10 season on Oct. 10 at the Head of the Mon in Morgantown, WV. Carcich comes to GW from the University of Pennsylvania where he has served as the assistant coach for the heavyweight men for the past three seasons. A 1996 graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Carcich also was the head rowing coach at his alma mater from 1997-99. While in Amherst, his varsity lightweight eight team captured silver medals at the 1998 New England Championship. In his first year of coaching he saw the lightweight eight take the gold medal in the New England Championships and the Champion Regatta, while the heavyweight eight won the bronze at the New England Championships. Carcich also coached at Yale University from 1999-2006 as an assistant lightweight men's rowing coach. While in New Haven, Carcich led the Bulldogs freshman squad to seven medals at the Eastern Sprints during his six years in the program. At Yale, he guided the Bulldogs to the 2002 Eastern Sprint Freshmen Lightweight gold medal, as well as the silver medal in 2001 and the bronze medals in 2000 and 2003. He also served as the head coach of the men’s and women’s teams at the New Haven Rowing Club. The group, which rowed both recreationally and competitively, numbered between 75 and 100 members.

LEANNE DAVIS / INTERIM ASSISTANT COACH Leanne Davis is in her first year as an interim assistant coach for women’s rowing. Before coming to Foggy Bottom, Davis was the Director of Adult Rowing at the Norwalk River Rowing Association in Norwalk, CT. In addition to coaching all levels of adult rowing, from novice to competitive open athletes, she was the Novice Girls Coach. Davis Began her rowing career at the U.S. Naval Academy, where she competed at the highest levels of collegiate rowing. As a lightweight sculler, Davis trained with the Pocock Elite Sculling Team in Seattle, WA. Competing at the 2005 U.S. Rowing National Championships, Davis earned a bronze medal in the Women’s Elite Lightweight Single and a silver medal in the Women’s Intermediate Lightweight Single. Her coaching career includes masters coaching at the Mission Bay Aquatic Center in San Diego, CA and at the New Haven Rowing Club in New Haven, CT. Davis is married to current Men’s Rowing Head Coach Mark Davis. They reside in Washington, DC.

Quick Facts The George Washington University 600 22nd Street NW, Washington, DC 20052

Founded: ............................................................................................1821 Enrollment: ......................................................................................20,327 Nickname:....................................................................................Colonials Colors: ..................................................................................Buff and Blue Conference: ......................................................................................ECAC President: ............................................................................Steven Knapp Director of Athletics: ............................................................Jack Kvancz Head Coach: ....................Eric Carcich (Massachusetts ‘96) — 1st year Interim Assistant Coach: ..............Leanne Davis (Navy, ‘99) — 1st year Women’s Rowing Office: ..................................................(202) 994-8603 Women’s Rowing Fax Number: ......................................(202) 994-6818 E-Mail: Address: ........................................leannemdavis5@gmail.com Home Course: ..................................................................Potomac River Boathouse: ........................................................Thompson Boat Center Phone Number: ................................................................(202) 333-9543 Rowing Contact: ..................................................................Simon Ogus Rowing Contact E-mail: ....................................ogus@gwmail.gwu.edu Athletics Communications: ..............................................(202) 994-9003 Athletics Communications fax: ........................................(202) 994-2713 Web site: ..................................................................www.GWsports.com


T H E G E O R G E WA S H I N G T O N U N I V E R S I T Y 2009-10 OUTLOOK With a young team filled with 24 underclassmen, the 2010 spring racing season promises to be a year in which youth will play a major role for GW Women’s Rowing. While this year’s team features four seniors, it will rely on one of the largest novice classes in the last few years to help it find the speed necessary throughout the season. This year’s senior class has experienced a high level of success over the past three years and the team will need to rely on the their racing experience to make it through a challenging spring racing schedule, and return to the medal stand at the A-10 Championship. The novice squad is a very talented group, and after a fierce tryout period, should be ready to bring a new level of competitiveness to the team. With five races under their belts from the fall season, the young Colonials also will be able to draw from experience as they head into the spring schedule. The Colonials spring season includes races against North Carolina, Duke, Georgetown, Virginia, George Mason, the Murphy Cup and Princeton. The team will also compete in the 2010 Atlantic 10 Rowing Championship where it hopes to improve on last year’s finish. The Colonials will have their chance to see how months of hard work and preparation pay off when they compete in the Eastern Sprints Women’s Regatta on May 16. The regatta features many of the top teams that competed in the 2009 NCAA Championship. NCAA Nationals will begin on May 28th and will run through May 30th.

during the regattas. George Washington University Rowing also has access to a number of on-campus training facilities. Charles E. Smith Center is home to the team’s strength training facilities and other cross training equipment. The teams rowing ergometers are kept nearby in the state-of-the-art Lerner Health and Wellness Center.

ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONSHIPS GW at the A-10 Women's Rowing Championships (nine total entries) 2009: 7th 2004: 4th 1999: 2nd 2008: 6th 2003: 2nd (tie) 1998: 2nd 2007: 6th 2002: 3rd 1997: 2nd 2006: 5th 2001: 2nd 1996: 2nd 2005: 3rd 2000: 2nd A-10 Coaches of the Year: Steve Peterson (2000 & 2001); Rob McCracken (2006)

FACILITIES The George Washington University women’s crews row on the historic Potomac River. Headquartered at the H.T. Thompson Boat Center, GW rowers are only one-quarter mile from campus. The boathouse holds the crew’s fleet of racing eights, fours and small boats. A carefully designed equipment turnover plan assures that the student-athletes are racing in the latest top-of-the-line equipment. GW has a four-lane fully buoyed racecourse for its 2,000-meter spring home races. GW hosts several home regattas during the year, but the largest is the annual George Washington Invitational Regatta. Large crowds often line the boardwalk at Washington Harbour and the waterfront park

2 0 0 9 - 10 WO M E N ’ S ROW I NG ROWING AT GW Being a part of George Washington University Rowing means being part of a long, winning tradition. From its humble beginnings as a college club more than 35 years ago to its present status as a full varsity program, George Washington Rowing has become one of the most successful programs in the country. Each year, approximately 60 student-athletes try for a spot on the team. For those who are willing to make the commitment and work hard, the payoff is enormous. Practice at GW begins during the first few weeks of school and takes place on campus and at the H.T. Thompson Boat Center. Members of the varsity team practice in the morning while the novice squad offers both morning and afternoon practice times in order to accommodate each rower’s class schedule. During the winter months, the team’s training takes place at Charles E. Smith Athletic Center and Lerner Health and Wellness Center. In the spring, the team’s racing schedule includes many of the top rowing programs on the East Coast. Colonials crews have won medals at the IRA, Champion International, Atlantic 10 Rowing Championship and Dad Vail Regattas, as well as the San Diego Crew Classic. In 1998, the Colonials varsity eight earned the right to compete at the NCAA Women’s Rowing Championship. Crews representing GW also have traveled to Europe where they have raced at the English Henley and against other international collegiate crews. Many recent graduates have continued on with their rowing careers long after college. Jen Edwards ‘97 garnered a silver medal at the 2001 World Championships held in Lucerne, Switzerland. The medal came in her first time on the national team as a member of the U.S. Lightweight Women’s quadruple sculls. Linda Miller ‘94 was a member of the U.S. National Team from 1997 through the 2000 Sydney Olympics and a twotime medalist at the World Championships. Other GW alumni who have gone on to national and Olympic teams are: Michelle Knox-Zaloom ‘86, a member of the George Washington Uni-

2009-10 SCHEDULE

2008-09 VARSITY RESULTS

Date 10/10 10/25 10/31 11/7 3/28

Date 10/19 10/26 11/1 3/22 3/28 4/4 4/10 4/11 4/18 5/2 5/10 5/17

4/3 4/9 4/10 4/17 5/1 5/9 5/16 5/28-30

Opponent / Event Location/Results Head of the Mon (Morgantown, WV) 2nd of 9 Princeton Chase (Princeton, NJ) 42nd of 55 Head of Occoquan (Woodbridge, VA) 9th Georgetown/Virginia (Charlottesville, VA) 4th Occoquan Sprints vs. George Mason, Duke, UNC (Woodbridge, VA) 8:00 a.m. ET Murphy Cup (Philadelphia, PA) 8:00 a.m. ET GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 12:00 p.m. ET GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 8:00 a.m. ET A-10 Championship (Camden, NJ) 8:00 a.m. ET ECAC Metro Cup (Camden, NJ) 8:00 a.m. ET vs. Georgetown (Washington, D.C.) 9:00 a.m. ET Eastern Sprints (Camden, NJ) 8:00 a.m. ET NCAA Nationals TBD

Opponent / Event Location/Results Head of the Charles (Boston, MA) 6th Princeton Chase (Occoquan, VA) 26th of 40 Head of Occoquan (Woodbridge, VA) 1st (of 2) George Mason/Mary Washington (Occoquan, VA) 2nd of 3 Duke/North Carolina (Washington, D.C.) 3rd of 3 Playfair Cup (Pennsauken, NJ) 2nd of 4 GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 1:30 p.m. ET GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 6th (of 12) Atlantic 10 Championships (Pennsauken, NJ) 7th (of 9) ECAC Metro Cup (Camden, NJ) 8th 1998 Cup (Washington, DC) 2nd (of 2) EAWRC Eastern Spirits (Pennsauken, NJ) 18th of 18

versity Athletic Hall of Fame and a member of the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Rowing Teams. Tina Brown ‘90, who was the 1990 GW Female Athlete of the Year, also raced on the 1992 Olympic Team at Seoul, South Korea. Molly Hoyle ‘89 rowed for the U.S. at the 1989 World Championships. Shannon Hapgood ‘98 spent the summer of 1997 as a part of the U.S. women’s quadruple sculls, which competed in the 1997 Nations Cup in Milan, Italy. The tradition of excellence continues today as many members of this year’s team participate in national team testing and spend their summer rowing at development and pre-elite rowing camps.

2009-10 ROSTER Name Claire Ashcraft Lauren Byrne Grace Campbell Rhonda Crittle Stephanie DeFlora Krissy DiBenedetto Morgan Ellis Haley Evans Estee Gabel Maryann Grunseth Alexandra Hamilton Sarah Hill Mackenzie Hovermale Maley Hunt Anna Kaminski Meghan Kearns Anne Kuznicki Katie Martin Annie Morse Kelsey Nyland

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Eva O’Brien Monica Parshley Christine Popp Brittany Riley Carrie Rollman Rachel Roth Sarah Thompson Gabrielle Uzdin Lisa VanArsdale Ellen VanCleave

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. Sr.

Ht. Hometown/Last School 5-5 Alameda, CA/Lick-Wilmerding 5-6 Angola, NY/Nardin Academy 5-10 San Francisco, CA/U. of San Francisco 5-8 Detroit, MI/Regina 5-9 Basking Ridge, NJ/Ridge 5-10 Topsfield, MA/Masconomet Regional 5-8 Boise, ID/Cole Valley Christian 5-8 Tucson, AZ/Green Fields Country Day 6-0 Rockville Centre, NY/South Side 5-11 Afton, MN/New Life Academy 5-10 Pearland, TX/Falmouth 5-5 Tucson, AZ/Catalina Foothills 5-8 Springfield, IL/Illinois Math and Science 5-9 Rocky Hill, CT/Rocky Hill 6-1 Seattle, WA/Bainbridge 5-2 Rockville Centre, NY/Holy Trinity Diocesan 5-7 Suttons Bay, MI/St. Mary 5-0 Centerport, NY/St. Anthony's 5-9 Boston, MA/Taft School 5-8 Peterborough, NH/Contoocook Valley Regional 5-10 Brookline, MA/Brookline 5-6 South Royalton, VA/South Royalton 5-5 Orange, CT/Amity Regional 5-7 Durham, NH/Gould Academy 5-7 Tucson, AZ/Catalina Foothills 5-3 Syosett, NY/Syosett 5-6 Eugene, OR/Churchill 5-2 Boca Raton, FL/Pine Crest School 5-10 Colorado Springs, CO/Air Academy 5-9 Brookfield, WI/Brookfield East

Head Coach - Eric Carcich Interim Assistant Coach - Leanne Davis


T H E G E O R G E WA S H I N G T O N U N I V E R S I T Y 2009-10 OUTLOOK With a young team filled with 24 underclassmen, the 2010 spring racing season promises to be a year in which youth will play a major role for GW Women’s Rowing. While this year’s team features four seniors, it will rely on one of the largest novice classes in the last few years to help it find the speed necessary throughout the season. This year’s senior class has experienced a high level of success over the past three years and the team will need to rely on the their racing experience to make it through a challenging spring racing schedule, and return to the medal stand at the A-10 Championship. The novice squad is a very talented group, and after a fierce tryout period, should be ready to bring a new level of competitiveness to the team. With five races under their belts from the fall season, the young Colonials also will be able to draw from experience as they head into the spring schedule. The Colonials spring season includes races against North Carolina, Duke, Georgetown, Virginia, George Mason, the Murphy Cup and Princeton. The team will also compete in the 2010 Atlantic 10 Rowing Championship where it hopes to improve on last year’s finish. The Colonials will have their chance to see how months of hard work and preparation pay off when they compete in the Eastern Sprints Women’s Regatta on May 16. The regatta features many of the top teams that competed in the 2009 NCAA Championship. NCAA Nationals will begin on May 28th and will run through May 30th.

during the regattas. George Washington University Rowing also has access to a number of on-campus training facilities. Charles E. Smith Center is home to the team’s strength training facilities and other cross training equipment. The teams rowing ergometers are kept nearby in the state-of-the-art Lerner Health and Wellness Center.

ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONSHIPS GW at the A-10 Women's Rowing Championships (nine total entries) 2009: 7th 2004: 4th 1999: 2nd 2008: 6th 2003: 2nd (tie) 1998: 2nd 2007: 6th 2002: 3rd 1997: 2nd 2006: 5th 2001: 2nd 1996: 2nd 2005: 3rd 2000: 2nd A-10 Coaches of the Year: Steve Peterson (2000 & 2001); Rob McCracken (2006)

FACILITIES The George Washington University women’s crews row on the historic Potomac River. Headquartered at the H.T. Thompson Boat Center, GW rowers are only one-quarter mile from campus. The boathouse holds the crew’s fleet of racing eights, fours and small boats. A carefully designed equipment turnover plan assures that the student-athletes are racing in the latest top-of-the-line equipment. GW has a four-lane fully buoyed racecourse for its 2,000-meter spring home races. GW hosts several home regattas during the year, but the largest is the annual George Washington Invitational Regatta. Large crowds often line the boardwalk at Washington Harbour and the waterfront park

2 0 0 9 - 10 WO M E N ’ S ROW I NG ROWING AT GW Being a part of George Washington University Rowing means being part of a long, winning tradition. From its humble beginnings as a college club more than 35 years ago to its present status as a full varsity program, George Washington Rowing has become one of the most successful programs in the country. Each year, approximately 60 student-athletes try for a spot on the team. For those who are willing to make the commitment and work hard, the payoff is enormous. Practice at GW begins during the first few weeks of school and takes place on campus and at the H.T. Thompson Boat Center. Members of the varsity team practice in the morning while the novice squad offers both morning and afternoon practice times in order to accommodate each rower’s class schedule. During the winter months, the team’s training takes place at Charles E. Smith Athletic Center and Lerner Health and Wellness Center. In the spring, the team’s racing schedule includes many of the top rowing programs on the East Coast. Colonials crews have won medals at the IRA, Champion International, Atlantic 10 Rowing Championship and Dad Vail Regattas, as well as the San Diego Crew Classic. In 1998, the Colonials varsity eight earned the right to compete at the NCAA Women’s Rowing Championship. Crews representing GW also have traveled to Europe where they have raced at the English Henley and against other international collegiate crews. Many recent graduates have continued on with their rowing careers long after college. Jen Edwards ‘97 garnered a silver medal at the 2001 World Championships held in Lucerne, Switzerland. The medal came in her first time on the national team as a member of the U.S. Lightweight Women’s quadruple sculls. Linda Miller ‘94 was a member of the U.S. National Team from 1997 through the 2000 Sydney Olympics and a twotime medalist at the World Championships. Other GW alumni who have gone on to national and Olympic teams are: Michelle Knox-Zaloom ‘86, a member of the George Washington Uni-

2009-10 SCHEDULE

2008-09 VARSITY RESULTS

Date 10/10 10/25 10/31 11/7 3/28

Date 10/19 10/26 11/1 3/22 3/28 4/4 4/10 4/11 4/18 5/2 5/10 5/17

4/3 4/9 4/10 4/17 5/1 5/9 5/16 5/28-30

Opponent / Event Location/Results Head of the Mon (Morgantown, WV) 2nd of 9 Princeton Chase (Princeton, NJ) 42nd of 55 Head of Occoquan (Woodbridge, VA) 9th Georgetown/Virginia (Charlottesville, VA) 4th Occoquan Sprints vs. George Mason, Duke, UNC (Woodbridge, VA) 8:00 a.m. ET Murphy Cup (Philadelphia, PA) 8:00 a.m. ET GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 12:00 p.m. ET GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 8:00 a.m. ET A-10 Championship (Camden, NJ) 8:00 a.m. ET ECAC Metro Cup (Camden, NJ) 8:00 a.m. ET vs. Georgetown (Washington, D.C.) 9:00 a.m. ET Eastern Sprints (Camden, NJ) 8:00 a.m. ET NCAA Nationals TBD

Opponent / Event Location/Results Head of the Charles (Boston, MA) 6th Princeton Chase (Occoquan, VA) 26th of 40 Head of Occoquan (Woodbridge, VA) 1st (of 2) George Mason/Mary Washington (Occoquan, VA) 2nd of 3 Duke/North Carolina (Washington, D.C.) 3rd of 3 Playfair Cup (Pennsauken, NJ) 2nd of 4 GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 1:30 p.m. ET GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 6th (of 12) Atlantic 10 Championships (Pennsauken, NJ) 7th (of 9) ECAC Metro Cup (Camden, NJ) 8th 1998 Cup (Washington, DC) 2nd (of 2) EAWRC Eastern Spirits (Pennsauken, NJ) 18th of 18

versity Athletic Hall of Fame and a member of the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Rowing Teams. Tina Brown ‘90, who was the 1990 GW Female Athlete of the Year, also raced on the 1992 Olympic Team at Seoul, South Korea. Molly Hoyle ‘89 rowed for the U.S. at the 1989 World Championships. Shannon Hapgood ‘98 spent the summer of 1997 as a part of the U.S. women’s quadruple sculls, which competed in the 1997 Nations Cup in Milan, Italy. The tradition of excellence continues today as many members of this year’s team participate in national team testing and spend their summer rowing at development and pre-elite rowing camps.

2009-10 ROSTER Name Claire Ashcraft Lauren Byrne Grace Campbell Rhonda Crittle Stephanie DeFlora Krissy DiBenedetto Morgan Ellis Haley Evans Estee Gabel Maryann Grunseth Alexandra Hamilton Sarah Hill Mackenzie Hovermale Maley Hunt Anna Kaminski Meghan Kearns Anne Kuznicki Katie Martin Annie Morse Kelsey Nyland

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Eva O’Brien Monica Parshley Christine Popp Brittany Riley Carrie Rollman Rachel Roth Sarah Thompson Gabrielle Uzdin Lisa VanArsdale Ellen VanCleave

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. Sr.

Ht. Hometown/Last School 5-5 Alameda, CA/Lick-Wilmerding 5-6 Angola, NY/Nardin Academy 5-10 San Francisco, CA/U. of San Francisco 5-8 Detroit, MI/Regina 5-9 Basking Ridge, NJ/Ridge 5-10 Topsfield, MA/Masconomet Regional 5-8 Boise, ID/Cole Valley Christian 5-8 Tucson, AZ/Green Fields Country Day 6-0 Rockville Centre, NY/South Side 5-11 Afton, MN/New Life Academy 5-10 Pearland, TX/Falmouth 5-5 Tucson, AZ/Catalina Foothills 5-8 Springfield, IL/Illinois Math and Science 5-9 Rocky Hill, CT/Rocky Hill 6-1 Seattle, WA/Bainbridge 5-2 Rockville Centre, NY/Holy Trinity Diocesan 5-7 Suttons Bay, MI/St. Mary 5-0 Centerport, NY/St. Anthony's 5-9 Boston, MA/Taft School 5-8 Peterborough, NH/Contoocook Valley Regional 5-10 Brookline, MA/Brookline 5-6 South Royalton, VA/South Royalton 5-5 Orange, CT/Amity Regional 5-7 Durham, NH/Gould Academy 5-7 Tucson, AZ/Catalina Foothills 5-3 Syosett, NY/Syosett 5-6 Eugene, OR/Churchill 5-2 Boca Raton, FL/Pine Crest School 5-10 Colorado Springs, CO/Air Academy 5-9 Brookfield, WI/Brookfield East

Head Coach - Eric Carcich Interim Assistant Coach - Leanne Davis


T H E G E O R G E WA S H I N G T O N U N I V E R S I T Y 2009-10 OUTLOOK With a young team filled with 24 underclassmen, the 2010 spring racing season promises to be a year in which youth will play a major role for GW Women’s Rowing. While this year’s team features four seniors, it will rely on one of the largest novice classes in the last few years to help it find the speed necessary throughout the season. This year’s senior class has experienced a high level of success over the past three years and the team will need to rely on the their racing experience to make it through a challenging spring racing schedule, and return to the medal stand at the A-10 Championship. The novice squad is a very talented group, and after a fierce tryout period, should be ready to bring a new level of competitiveness to the team. With five races under their belts from the fall season, the young Colonials also will be able to draw from experience as they head into the spring schedule. The Colonials spring season includes races against North Carolina, Duke, Georgetown, Virginia, George Mason, the Murphy Cup and Princeton. The team will also compete in the 2010 Atlantic 10 Rowing Championship where it hopes to improve on last year’s finish. The Colonials will have their chance to see how months of hard work and preparation pay off when they compete in the Eastern Sprints Women’s Regatta on May 16. The regatta features many of the top teams that competed in the 2009 NCAA Championship. NCAA Nationals will begin on May 28th and will run through May 30th.

during the regattas. George Washington University Rowing also has access to a number of on-campus training facilities. Charles E. Smith Center is home to the team’s strength training facilities and other cross training equipment. The teams rowing ergometers are kept nearby in the state-of-the-art Lerner Health and Wellness Center.

ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONSHIPS GW at the A-10 Women's Rowing Championships (nine total entries) 2009: 7th 2004: 4th 1999: 2nd 2008: 6th 2003: 2nd (tie) 1998: 2nd 2007: 6th 2002: 3rd 1997: 2nd 2006: 5th 2001: 2nd 1996: 2nd 2005: 3rd 2000: 2nd A-10 Coaches of the Year: Steve Peterson (2000 & 2001); Rob McCracken (2006)

FACILITIES The George Washington University women’s crews row on the historic Potomac River. Headquartered at the H.T. Thompson Boat Center, GW rowers are only one-quarter mile from campus. The boathouse holds the crew’s fleet of racing eights, fours and small boats. A carefully designed equipment turnover plan assures that the student-athletes are racing in the latest top-of-the-line equipment. GW has a four-lane fully buoyed racecourse for its 2,000-meter spring home races. GW hosts several home regattas during the year, but the largest is the annual George Washington Invitational Regatta. Large crowds often line the boardwalk at Washington Harbour and the waterfront park

2 0 0 9 - 10 WO M E N ’ S ROW I NG ROWING AT GW Being a part of George Washington University Rowing means being part of a long, winning tradition. From its humble beginnings as a college club more than 35 years ago to its present status as a full varsity program, George Washington Rowing has become one of the most successful programs in the country. Each year, approximately 60 student-athletes try for a spot on the team. For those who are willing to make the commitment and work hard, the payoff is enormous. Practice at GW begins during the first few weeks of school and takes place on campus and at the H.T. Thompson Boat Center. Members of the varsity team practice in the morning while the novice squad offers both morning and afternoon practice times in order to accommodate each rower’s class schedule. During the winter months, the team’s training takes place at Charles E. Smith Athletic Center and Lerner Health and Wellness Center. In the spring, the team’s racing schedule includes many of the top rowing programs on the East Coast. Colonials crews have won medals at the IRA, Champion International, Atlantic 10 Rowing Championship and Dad Vail Regattas, as well as the San Diego Crew Classic. In 1998, the Colonials varsity eight earned the right to compete at the NCAA Women’s Rowing Championship. Crews representing GW also have traveled to Europe where they have raced at the English Henley and against other international collegiate crews. Many recent graduates have continued on with their rowing careers long after college. Jen Edwards ‘97 garnered a silver medal at the 2001 World Championships held in Lucerne, Switzerland. The medal came in her first time on the national team as a member of the U.S. Lightweight Women’s quadruple sculls. Linda Miller ‘94 was a member of the U.S. National Team from 1997 through the 2000 Sydney Olympics and a twotime medalist at the World Championships. Other GW alumni who have gone on to national and Olympic teams are: Michelle Knox-Zaloom ‘86, a member of the George Washington Uni-

2009-10 SCHEDULE

2008-09 VARSITY RESULTS

Date 10/10 10/25 10/31 11/7 3/28

Date 10/19 10/26 11/1 3/22 3/28 4/4 4/10 4/11 4/18 5/2 5/10 5/17

4/3 4/9 4/10 4/17 5/1 5/9 5/16 5/28-30

Opponent / Event Location/Results Head of the Mon (Morgantown, WV) 2nd of 9 Princeton Chase (Princeton, NJ) 42nd of 55 Head of Occoquan (Woodbridge, VA) 9th Georgetown/Virginia (Charlottesville, VA) 4th Occoquan Sprints vs. George Mason, Duke, UNC (Woodbridge, VA) 8:00 a.m. ET Murphy Cup (Philadelphia, PA) 8:00 a.m. ET GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 12:00 p.m. ET GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 8:00 a.m. ET A-10 Championship (Camden, NJ) 8:00 a.m. ET ECAC Metro Cup (Camden, NJ) 8:00 a.m. ET vs. Georgetown (Washington, D.C.) 9:00 a.m. ET Eastern Sprints (Camden, NJ) 8:00 a.m. ET NCAA Nationals TBD

Opponent / Event Location/Results Head of the Charles (Boston, MA) 6th Princeton Chase (Occoquan, VA) 26th of 40 Head of Occoquan (Woodbridge, VA) 1st (of 2) George Mason/Mary Washington (Occoquan, VA) 2nd of 3 Duke/North Carolina (Washington, D.C.) 3rd of 3 Playfair Cup (Pennsauken, NJ) 2nd of 4 GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 1:30 p.m. ET GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 6th (of 12) Atlantic 10 Championships (Pennsauken, NJ) 7th (of 9) ECAC Metro Cup (Camden, NJ) 8th 1998 Cup (Washington, DC) 2nd (of 2) EAWRC Eastern Spirits (Pennsauken, NJ) 18th of 18

versity Athletic Hall of Fame and a member of the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Rowing Teams. Tina Brown ‘90, who was the 1990 GW Female Athlete of the Year, also raced on the 1992 Olympic Team at Seoul, South Korea. Molly Hoyle ‘89 rowed for the U.S. at the 1989 World Championships. Shannon Hapgood ‘98 spent the summer of 1997 as a part of the U.S. women’s quadruple sculls, which competed in the 1997 Nations Cup in Milan, Italy. The tradition of excellence continues today as many members of this year’s team participate in national team testing and spend their summer rowing at development and pre-elite rowing camps.

2009-10 ROSTER Name Claire Ashcraft Lauren Byrne Grace Campbell Rhonda Crittle Stephanie DeFlora Krissy DiBenedetto Morgan Ellis Haley Evans Estee Gabel Maryann Grunseth Alexandra Hamilton Sarah Hill Mackenzie Hovermale Maley Hunt Anna Kaminski Meghan Kearns Anne Kuznicki Katie Martin Annie Morse Kelsey Nyland

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Eva O’Brien Monica Parshley Christine Popp Brittany Riley Carrie Rollman Rachel Roth Sarah Thompson Gabrielle Uzdin Lisa VanArsdale Ellen VanCleave

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. Sr.

Ht. Hometown/Last School 5-5 Alameda, CA/Lick-Wilmerding 5-6 Angola, NY/Nardin Academy 5-10 San Francisco, CA/U. of San Francisco 5-8 Detroit, MI/Regina 5-9 Basking Ridge, NJ/Ridge 5-10 Topsfield, MA/Masconomet Regional 5-8 Boise, ID/Cole Valley Christian 5-8 Tucson, AZ/Green Fields Country Day 6-0 Rockville Centre, NY/South Side 5-11 Afton, MN/New Life Academy 5-10 Pearland, TX/Falmouth 5-5 Tucson, AZ/Catalina Foothills 5-8 Springfield, IL/Illinois Math and Science 5-9 Rocky Hill, CT/Rocky Hill 6-1 Seattle, WA/Bainbridge 5-2 Rockville Centre, NY/Holy Trinity Diocesan 5-7 Suttons Bay, MI/St. Mary 5-0 Centerport, NY/St. Anthony's 5-9 Boston, MA/Taft School 5-8 Peterborough, NH/Contoocook Valley Regional 5-10 Brookline, MA/Brookline 5-6 South Royalton, VA/South Royalton 5-5 Orange, CT/Amity Regional 5-7 Durham, NH/Gould Academy 5-7 Tucson, AZ/Catalina Foothills 5-3 Syosett, NY/Syosett 5-6 Eugene, OR/Churchill 5-2 Boca Raton, FL/Pine Crest School 5-10 Colorado Springs, CO/Air Academy 5-9 Brookfield, WI/Brookfield East

Head Coach - Eric Carcich Interim Assistant Coach - Leanne Davis


T H E G E O R G E WA S H I N G T O N U N I V E R S I T Y 2009-10 OUTLOOK With a young team filled with 24 underclassmen, the 2010 spring racing season promises to be a year in which youth will play a major role for GW Women’s Rowing. While this year’s team features four seniors, it will rely on one of the largest novice classes in the last few years to help it find the speed necessary throughout the season. This year’s senior class has experienced a high level of success over the past three years and the team will need to rely on the their racing experience to make it through a challenging spring racing schedule, and return to the medal stand at the A-10 Championship. The novice squad is a very talented group, and after a fierce tryout period, should be ready to bring a new level of competitiveness to the team. With five races under their belts from the fall season, the young Colonials also will be able to draw from experience as they head into the spring schedule. The Colonials spring season includes races against North Carolina, Duke, Georgetown, Virginia, George Mason, the Murphy Cup and Princeton. The team will also compete in the 2010 Atlantic 10 Rowing Championship where it hopes to improve on last year’s finish. The Colonials will have their chance to see how months of hard work and preparation pay off when they compete in the Eastern Sprints Women’s Regatta on May 16. The regatta features many of the top teams that competed in the 2009 NCAA Championship. NCAA Nationals will begin on May 28th and will run through May 30th.

during the regattas. George Washington University Rowing also has access to a number of on-campus training facilities. Charles E. Smith Center is home to the team’s strength training facilities and other cross training equipment. The teams rowing ergometers are kept nearby in the state-of-the-art Lerner Health and Wellness Center.

ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONSHIPS GW at the A-10 Women's Rowing Championships (nine total entries) 2009: 7th 2004: 4th 1999: 2nd 2008: 6th 2003: 2nd (tie) 1998: 2nd 2007: 6th 2002: 3rd 1997: 2nd 2006: 5th 2001: 2nd 1996: 2nd 2005: 3rd 2000: 2nd A-10 Coaches of the Year: Steve Peterson (2000 & 2001); Rob McCracken (2006)

FACILITIES The George Washington University women’s crews row on the historic Potomac River. Headquartered at the H.T. Thompson Boat Center, GW rowers are only one-quarter mile from campus. The boathouse holds the crew’s fleet of racing eights, fours and small boats. A carefully designed equipment turnover plan assures that the student-athletes are racing in the latest top-of-the-line equipment. GW has a four-lane fully buoyed racecourse for its 2,000-meter spring home races. GW hosts several home regattas during the year, but the largest is the annual George Washington Invitational Regatta. Large crowds often line the boardwalk at Washington Harbour and the waterfront park

2 0 0 9 - 10 WO M E N ’ S ROW I NG ROWING AT GW Being a part of George Washington University Rowing means being part of a long, winning tradition. From its humble beginnings as a college club more than 35 years ago to its present status as a full varsity program, George Washington Rowing has become one of the most successful programs in the country. Each year, approximately 60 student-athletes try for a spot on the team. For those who are willing to make the commitment and work hard, the payoff is enormous. Practice at GW begins during the first few weeks of school and takes place on campus and at the H.T. Thompson Boat Center. Members of the varsity team practice in the morning while the novice squad offers both morning and afternoon practice times in order to accommodate each rower’s class schedule. During the winter months, the team’s training takes place at Charles E. Smith Athletic Center and Lerner Health and Wellness Center. In the spring, the team’s racing schedule includes many of the top rowing programs on the East Coast. Colonials crews have won medals at the IRA, Champion International, Atlantic 10 Rowing Championship and Dad Vail Regattas, as well as the San Diego Crew Classic. In 1998, the Colonials varsity eight earned the right to compete at the NCAA Women’s Rowing Championship. Crews representing GW also have traveled to Europe where they have raced at the English Henley and against other international collegiate crews. Many recent graduates have continued on with their rowing careers long after college. Jen Edwards ‘97 garnered a silver medal at the 2001 World Championships held in Lucerne, Switzerland. The medal came in her first time on the national team as a member of the U.S. Lightweight Women’s quadruple sculls. Linda Miller ‘94 was a member of the U.S. National Team from 1997 through the 2000 Sydney Olympics and a twotime medalist at the World Championships. Other GW alumni who have gone on to national and Olympic teams are: Michelle Knox-Zaloom ‘86, a member of the George Washington Uni-

2009-10 SCHEDULE

2008-09 VARSITY RESULTS

Date 10/10 10/25 10/31 11/7 3/28

Date 10/19 10/26 11/1 3/22 3/28 4/4 4/10 4/11 4/18 5/2 5/10 5/17

4/3 4/9 4/10 4/17 5/1 5/9 5/16 5/28-30

Opponent / Event Location/Results Head of the Mon (Morgantown, WV) 2nd of 9 Princeton Chase (Princeton, NJ) 42nd of 55 Head of Occoquan (Woodbridge, VA) 9th Georgetown/Virginia (Charlottesville, VA) 4th Occoquan Sprints vs. George Mason, Duke, UNC (Woodbridge, VA) 8:00 a.m. ET Murphy Cup (Philadelphia, PA) 8:00 a.m. ET GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 12:00 p.m. ET GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 8:00 a.m. ET A-10 Championship (Camden, NJ) 8:00 a.m. ET ECAC Metro Cup (Camden, NJ) 8:00 a.m. ET vs. Georgetown (Washington, D.C.) 9:00 a.m. ET Eastern Sprints (Camden, NJ) 8:00 a.m. ET NCAA Nationals TBD

Opponent / Event Location/Results Head of the Charles (Boston, MA) 6th Princeton Chase (Occoquan, VA) 26th of 40 Head of Occoquan (Woodbridge, VA) 1st (of 2) George Mason/Mary Washington (Occoquan, VA) 2nd of 3 Duke/North Carolina (Washington, D.C.) 3rd of 3 Playfair Cup (Pennsauken, NJ) 2nd of 4 GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 1:30 p.m. ET GW Invitational (Washington, D.C.) 6th (of 12) Atlantic 10 Championships (Pennsauken, NJ) 7th (of 9) ECAC Metro Cup (Camden, NJ) 8th 1998 Cup (Washington, DC) 2nd (of 2) EAWRC Eastern Spirits (Pennsauken, NJ) 18th of 18

versity Athletic Hall of Fame and a member of the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Rowing Teams. Tina Brown ‘90, who was the 1990 GW Female Athlete of the Year, also raced on the 1992 Olympic Team at Seoul, South Korea. Molly Hoyle ‘89 rowed for the U.S. at the 1989 World Championships. Shannon Hapgood ‘98 spent the summer of 1997 as a part of the U.S. women’s quadruple sculls, which competed in the 1997 Nations Cup in Milan, Italy. The tradition of excellence continues today as many members of this year’s team participate in national team testing and spend their summer rowing at development and pre-elite rowing camps.

2009-10 ROSTER Name Claire Ashcraft Lauren Byrne Grace Campbell Rhonda Crittle Stephanie DeFlora Krissy DiBenedetto Morgan Ellis Haley Evans Estee Gabel Maryann Grunseth Alexandra Hamilton Sarah Hill Mackenzie Hovermale Maley Hunt Anna Kaminski Meghan Kearns Anne Kuznicki Katie Martin Annie Morse Kelsey Nyland

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Eva O’Brien Monica Parshley Christine Popp Brittany Riley Carrie Rollman Rachel Roth Sarah Thompson Gabrielle Uzdin Lisa VanArsdale Ellen VanCleave

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. Sr.

Ht. Hometown/Last School 5-5 Alameda, CA/Lick-Wilmerding 5-6 Angola, NY/Nardin Academy 5-10 San Francisco, CA/U. of San Francisco 5-8 Detroit, MI/Regina 5-9 Basking Ridge, NJ/Ridge 5-10 Topsfield, MA/Masconomet Regional 5-8 Boise, ID/Cole Valley Christian 5-8 Tucson, AZ/Green Fields Country Day 6-0 Rockville Centre, NY/South Side 5-11 Afton, MN/New Life Academy 5-10 Pearland, TX/Falmouth 5-5 Tucson, AZ/Catalina Foothills 5-8 Springfield, IL/Illinois Math and Science 5-9 Rocky Hill, CT/Rocky Hill 6-1 Seattle, WA/Bainbridge 5-2 Rockville Centre, NY/Holy Trinity Diocesan 5-7 Suttons Bay, MI/St. Mary 5-0 Centerport, NY/St. Anthony's 5-9 Boston, MA/Taft School 5-8 Peterborough, NH/Contoocook Valley Regional 5-10 Brookline, MA/Brookline 5-6 South Royalton, VA/South Royalton 5-5 Orange, CT/Amity Regional 5-7 Durham, NH/Gould Academy 5-7 Tucson, AZ/Catalina Foothills 5-3 Syosett, NY/Syosett 5-6 Eugene, OR/Churchill 5-2 Boca Raton, FL/Pine Crest School 5-10 Colorado Springs, CO/Air Academy 5-9 Brookfield, WI/Brookfield East

Head Coach - Eric Carcich Interim Assistant Coach - Leanne Davis


T H E G E O R G E WA S H I N G T O N U N I V E R S I T Y ERIC CARCICH / HEAD COACH Eric Carcich is in his first year as head coach for the women's rowing at The George Washington University. Carcich replaces former head coach Rob McCracken. Carcich will be responsible for all aspects of the Colonials women’s rowing program, which opens the 2009-10 season on Oct. 10 at the Head of the Mon in Morgantown, WV. Carcich comes to GW from the University of Pennsylvania where he has served as the assistant coach for the heavyweight men for the past three seasons. A 1996 graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Carcich also was the head rowing coach at his alma mater from 1997-99. While in Amherst, his varsity lightweight eight team captured silver medals at the 1998 New England Championship. In his first year of coaching he saw the lightweight eight take the gold medal in the New England Championships and the Champion Regatta, while the heavyweight eight won the bronze at the New England Championships. Carcich also coached at Yale University from 1999-2006 as an assistant lightweight men's rowing coach. While in New Haven, Carcich led the Bulldogs freshman squad to seven medals at the Eastern Sprints during his six years in the program. At Yale, he guided the Bulldogs to the 2002 Eastern Sprint Freshmen Lightweight gold medal, as well as the silver medal in 2001 and the bronze medals in 2000 and 2003. He also served as the head coach of the men’s and women’s teams at the New Haven Rowing Club. The group, which rowed both recreationally and competitively, numbered between 75 and 100 members.

LEANNE DAVIS / INTERIM ASSISTANT COACH Leanne Davis is in her first year as an interim assistant coach for women’s rowing. Before coming to Foggy Bottom, Davis was the Director of Adult Rowing at the Norwalk River Rowing Association in Norwalk, CT. In addition to coaching all levels of adult rowing, from novice to competitive open athletes, she was the Novice Girls Coach. Davis Began her rowing career at the U.S. Naval Academy, where she competed at the highest levels of collegiate rowing. As a lightweight sculler, Davis trained with the Pocock Elite Sculling Team in Seattle, WA. Competing at the 2005 U.S. Rowing National Championships, Davis earned a bronze medal in the Women’s Elite Lightweight Single and a silver medal in the Women’s Intermediate Lightweight Single. Her coaching career includes masters coaching at the Mission Bay Aquatic Center in San Diego, CA and at the New Haven Rowing Club in New Haven, CT. Davis is married to current Men’s Rowing Head Coach Mark Davis. They reside in Washington, DC.

Quick Facts The George Washington University 600 22nd Street NW, Washington, DC 20052

Founded: ............................................................................................1821 Enrollment: ......................................................................................20,327 Nickname:....................................................................................Colonials Colors: ..................................................................................Buff and Blue Conference: ......................................................................................ECAC President: ............................................................................Steven Knapp Director of Athletics: ............................................................Jack Kvancz Head Coach: ....................Eric Carcich (Massachusetts ‘96) — 1st year Interim Assistant Coach: ..............Leanne Davis (Navy, ‘99) — 1st year Women’s Rowing Office: ..................................................(202) 994-8603 Women’s Rowing Fax Number: ......................................(202) 994-6818 E-Mail: Address: ........................................leannemdavis5@gmail.com Home Course: ..................................................................Potomac River Boathouse: ........................................................Thompson Boat Center Phone Number: ................................................................(202) 333-9543 Rowing Contact: ..................................................................Simon Ogus Rowing Contact E-mail: ....................................ogus@gwmail.gwu.edu Athletics Communications: ..............................................(202) 994-9003 Athletics Communications fax: ........................................(202) 994-2713 Web site: ..................................................................www.GWsports.com


T H E G E O R G E WA S H I N G T O N U N I V E R S I T Y ERIC CARCICH / HEAD COACH Eric Carcich is in his first year as head coach for the women's rowing at The George Washington University. Carcich replaces former head coach Rob McCracken. Carcich will be responsible for all aspects of the Colonials women’s rowing program, which opens the 2009-10 season on Oct. 10 at the Head of the Mon in Morgantown, WV. Carcich comes to GW from the University of Pennsylvania where he has served as the assistant coach for the heavyweight men for the past three seasons. A 1996 graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Carcich also was the head rowing coach at his alma mater from 1997-99. While in Amherst, his varsity lightweight eight team captured silver medals at the 1998 New England Championship. In his first year of coaching he saw the lightweight eight take the gold medal in the New England Championships and the Champion Regatta, while the heavyweight eight won the bronze at the New England Championships. Carcich also coached at Yale University from 1999-2006 as an assistant lightweight men's rowing coach. While in New Haven, Carcich led the Bulldogs freshman squad to seven medals at the Eastern Sprints during his six years in the program. At Yale, he guided the Bulldogs to the 2002 Eastern Sprint Freshmen Lightweight gold medal, as well as the silver medal in 2001 and the bronze medals in 2000 and 2003. He also served as the head coach of the men’s and women’s teams at the New Haven Rowing Club. The group, which rowed both recreationally and competitively, numbered between 75 and 100 members.

LEANNE DAVIS / INTERIM ASSISTANT COACH Leanne Davis is in her first year as an interim assistant coach for women’s rowing. Before coming to Foggy Bottom, Davis was the Director of Adult Rowing at the Norwalk River Rowing Association in Norwalk, CT. In addition to coaching all levels of adult rowing, from novice to competitive open athletes, she was the Novice Girls Coach. Davis Began her rowing career at the U.S. Naval Academy, where she competed at the highest levels of collegiate rowing. As a lightweight sculler, Davis trained with the Pocock Elite Sculling Team in Seattle, WA. Competing at the 2005 U.S. Rowing National Championships, Davis earned a bronze medal in the Women’s Elite Lightweight Single and a silver medal in the Women’s Intermediate Lightweight Single. Her coaching career includes masters coaching at the Mission Bay Aquatic Center in San Diego, CA and at the New Haven Rowing Club in New Haven, CT. Davis is married to current Men’s Rowing Head Coach Mark Davis. They reside in Washington, DC.

Quick Facts The George Washington University 600 22nd Street NW, Washington, DC 20052

Founded: ............................................................................................1821 Enrollment: ......................................................................................20,327 Nickname:....................................................................................Colonials Colors: ..................................................................................Buff and Blue Conference: ......................................................................................ECAC President: ............................................................................Steven Knapp Director of Athletics: ............................................................Jack Kvancz Head Coach: ....................Eric Carcich (Massachusetts ‘96) — 1st year Interim Assistant Coach: ..............Leanne Davis (Navy, ‘99) — 1st year Women’s Rowing Office: ..................................................(202) 994-8603 Women’s Rowing Fax Number: ......................................(202) 994-6818 E-Mail: Address: ........................................leannemdavis5@gmail.com Home Course: ..................................................................Potomac River Boathouse: ........................................................Thompson Boat Center Phone Number: ................................................................(202) 333-9543 Rowing Contact: ..................................................................Simon Ogus Rowing Contact E-mail: ....................................ogus@gwmail.gwu.edu Athletics Communications: ..............................................(202) 994-9003 Athletics Communications fax: ........................................(202) 994-2713 Web site: ..................................................................www.GWsports.com


T H E G E O R G E WA S H I N G T O N U N I V E R S I T Y ERIC CARCICH / HEAD COACH Eric Carcich is in his first year as head coach for the women's rowing at The George Washington University. Carcich replaces former head coach Rob McCracken. Carcich will be responsible for all aspects of the Colonials women’s rowing program, which opens the 2009-10 season on Oct. 10 at the Head of the Mon in Morgantown, WV. Carcich comes to GW from the University of Pennsylvania where he has served as the assistant coach for the heavyweight men for the past three seasons. A 1996 graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Carcich also was the head rowing coach at his alma mater from 1997-99. While in Amherst, his varsity lightweight eight team captured silver medals at the 1998 New England Championship. In his first year of coaching he saw the lightweight eight take the gold medal in the New England Championships and the Champion Regatta, while the heavyweight eight won the bronze at the New England Championships. Carcich also coached at Yale University from 1999-2006 as an assistant lightweight men's rowing coach. While in New Haven, Carcich led the Bulldogs freshman squad to seven medals at the Eastern Sprints during his six years in the program. At Yale, he guided the Bulldogs to the 2002 Eastern Sprint Freshmen Lightweight gold medal, as well as the silver medal in 2001 and the bronze medals in 2000 and 2003. He also served as the head coach of the men’s and women’s teams at the New Haven Rowing Club. The group, which rowed both recreationally and competitively, numbered between 75 and 100 members.

LEANNE DAVIS / INTERIM ASSISTANT COACH Leanne Davis is in her first year as an interim assistant coach for women’s rowing. Before coming to Foggy Bottom, Davis was the Director of Adult Rowing at the Norwalk River Rowing Association in Norwalk, CT. In addition to coaching all levels of adult rowing, from novice to competitive open athletes, she was the Novice Girls Coach. Davis Began her rowing career at the U.S. Naval Academy, where she competed at the highest levels of collegiate rowing. As a lightweight sculler, Davis trained with the Pocock Elite Sculling Team in Seattle, WA. Competing at the 2005 U.S. Rowing National Championships, Davis earned a bronze medal in the Women’s Elite Lightweight Single and a silver medal in the Women’s Intermediate Lightweight Single. Her coaching career includes masters coaching at the Mission Bay Aquatic Center in San Diego, CA and at the New Haven Rowing Club in New Haven, CT. Davis is married to current Men’s Rowing Head Coach Mark Davis. They reside in Washington, DC.

Quick Facts The George Washington University 600 22nd Street NW, Washington, DC 20052

Founded: ............................................................................................1821 Enrollment: ......................................................................................20,327 Nickname:....................................................................................Colonials Colors: ..................................................................................Buff and Blue Conference: ......................................................................................ECAC President: ............................................................................Steven Knapp Director of Athletics: ............................................................Jack Kvancz Head Coach: ....................Eric Carcich (Massachusetts ‘96) — 1st year Interim Assistant Coach: ..............Leanne Davis (Navy, ‘99) — 1st year Women’s Rowing Office: ..................................................(202) 994-8603 Women’s Rowing Fax Number: ......................................(202) 994-6818 E-Mail: Address: ........................................leannemdavis5@gmail.com Home Course: ..................................................................Potomac River Boathouse: ........................................................Thompson Boat Center Phone Number: ................................................................(202) 333-9543 Rowing Contact: ..................................................................Simon Ogus Rowing Contact E-mail: ....................................ogus@gwmail.gwu.edu Athletics Communications: ..............................................(202) 994-9003 Athletics Communications fax: ........................................(202) 994-2713 Web site: ..................................................................www.GWsports.com

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