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2017-18 NAVY LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING MEDIA GUIDE


2017-18 LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING 2017-18 Schedule & Quick Facts

2017-18 Schedule

Date Sept. 24 Oct. 14 Oct. 21-22 Oct. 29 Nov. 4 March 24 March 31 April 7 April 14 April 21 April 28 May 13 June 1-3

Event / Opponent Head of the Potomac Navy Day Regatta Head of the Charles Princeton Chase Rutgers Fall Classic (Freshmen) Princeton vs. Yale at Columbia Georgetown Harvard at Penn EARC Sprints IRA National Championship

Site Washington, D.C. Philadelphia, Pa. Boston, Mass. Princeton, N.J. New Brunswick, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Princeton, N.J. Teaneck, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Worcester, Mass. West Windsor, N.J.

Time/Result 4th 3rd 7th 4th 1st TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA All Day All Day

Home events in bold Schedule subject to change

Table of Contents

Schedule / Quick Facts 1 Roster 2 Coaching Staff 3 Midshipmen Profiles 4-11 2017 Spring Results 12 Navy Lightweight Rowing History 13 Navy Representing the US National Team 14 Yearly Trophy Race Results 15 Yearly Championship Regatta Results 16 Letterwinners 17-20

2018 Navy Rowing Media Guide

The 2018 Navy rowing media guide is a production of the Navy Sports Information office. The guide was written, designed and edited by Assistant Sports Information Director Alex Lumb. Cover design and additional layout assistance provided by Director of Publications Mark Leddy. Photography provided by Phil Hoffmann, Mary Beth Browne, the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau, Ken Mierzejewski, Naval Academy Photo Lab and Naval Academy archives.

Naval Academy Quick Facts Location Founded Enrollment Nickname Colors Superintendent Commandant Director of Athletics Athletics Web Site

Lightweight Rowing Quick Facts Head Coach Alma Mater Season as Head Coach E-Mail Office Phone Assistant Coach Alma Mater Season at Navy E-Mail Office Phone Varsity Officer Rep. Faculty Rep. Team Captain Sport Administrator Office Phone E-Mail Assoc. Dir. of Rowing & Boatman Office Phone E-Mail Rowing SID Office Phone E-Mail Mailing Address

Annapolis, Md. October 10, 1845 4,400 Midshipmen, Mids Navy Blue and Gold Vice Adm. Ted Carter, USN Capt. Robert Chadwick II, USN Chet Gladchuk www.navysports.com

Shawn Bagnall Washington State ‘99 Fifth bagnall@usna.edu (410) 293-2418 James Sands Wisconsin ‘07 Third sands@usna.edu (410) 293-2417 Capt. Andrew Lewis, USMC Daniel Morse Andrew Schutta Dave Davis (410) 293-8741 ddavis@usna.edu Chris Allsopp (410) 293-5007 allsopp@usna.edu Alex Lumb (410) 293-8771 lumb@usna.edu Ricketts Hall 566 Brownson Rd. Annapolis, MD 21401

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2017-18 LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING 2017-18 Roster Name Drew Bennett Mason Bennett Ben Blakeslee Harrison Boldt Austin Bowman Duke Brady Ben Capannari Noah Chaskin Kevin Choe Kaden Dohm John Elkins Jerra Ewing John Feng Brendan Finn Hank Forsythe Howard Francis Theo Freidenrich Joshua Gable Manriki Gagnon Max Gelbach Tera Geoffroy Gracen Glaubitz Leor Golan Chris Greubel Andrew Grothmann Sam Haber Jesse Hall Levi Hofland Emma Hutchinson Caleb Isbell Clay Jackson John Johnson Dan Johnston Brianna Kaufmann Jeffrey Lautrap Joshua Lawrence Dechlan Mercer Matthew Pentaleri Brendan Philbin Taylor Porges Andrew Reinhart Luke Robertson Tyler Schatz John Schoenewolf Maggi Scholl Andrew Schutta Karl Schwarzkopf Matthew Shirey Ben Skinner CreighTarrant Christophe Theodore Jarrod Torr Austin Treubert Pat Urrutia Ethan Valk Colton Vandermade Luke Waldo Forest Wan Chandler Washburn Patrick Watler Ethan Wheeler Morgan Whetstone Alexander Wieman

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Hometown/High School Canfield, Ohio/Canfield Carthage, N.C./Union Pines Boothbay Harbor, Maine/T.C. Williams (Va.) Merriam, Kan./Shawnee Mission North Fort Mill, S.C./Fort Mill Atlanta, Ga./Walton Cincinnati, Ohio/Saint Xavier Schenectady, N.Y./Niskayuna Los Angeles, Calif./Palos Verdes Maple Grove, Minn./Wayzata Alexandria, Va./T.C. Williams Virginia Beach, Va./Ocean Lakes Math & Science Chantilly, Va./Thomas Jefferson Tucson, Ariz./Catalina Foothills Rutherford, N.J./St. Peter’s Prep Lee, Maine/Lee Academy Ridgefield, Conn./Kent School Signal Mountain, Tenn./The McCallie School Albany, Calif./Albany Springfield, Va./Saint John Paul the Great Bloomington, Minn./Thomas Jefferson Ithaca, N.Y./Ithaca Ocean Township, N.J./Marine Academy of Science & Technology Evansville, Ind./Robinson Secondary Little Neck, N.Y./Chaminade Point Pleasant, N.J./Point Pleasant Borough San Diego, Calif./Point Loma Guinea, West Africa Milwaukee, Wis./Divine Savior Holy Angels Tuscaloosa, Ala./American Christian Academy Spearman, Texas/Spearman Chapel Hill, N.C./East Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, N.C./The McCallie School (Tenn.) Philadelphia, Pa./Conestoga Palmer, Alaska/Colony Royal Palm Beach, Fla./Dreyfoos School of the Arts Saratoga, N.Y./Saratoga Springs Jacksonville, Fla./The Bolles School Tampa, Fla./Jesuit Park City, Utah/Park City Milford, Ohio/Milford Oak Harbor, Wash./Annapolis Area Christian (Md.) Palmdale, Calif./Paraclete Alexandria, Va./Gonzaga College HS Annapolis, Md./Homeschool Lansdale, Pa./La Salle College HS Minneapolis, Minn./Southwest North Wales, Pa./St. Joseph’s Prep Philadelphia, Pa./William Penn Charter Pittsburgh, Pa./Central Catholic San Francisco, Calif./Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep Kentwood, Mich./East Kentwood Freehold, N.J./Marine Academy of Science & Technology San Antonio, Texas/Central Catholic Franklin, Tenn./Independence Bonsail, Calif./Vista Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif./Palos Verdes Palermo, N.J./Ocean City Jacksonville, Fla./The Episcopal School Valencia, Calif./West Ranch Monroe, La./Sterlington Hoover, Ala./Spain Park Fort Irwin, Calif./Wiesbaden American


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Coaching Staff

Shawn Bagnall

James Sands

Shawn Bagnall enters his fifth season as head coach of the lightweight rowing team in 2017-18.

Hired as the lightweight program’s assistant coach in August of 2015, Sands brings with him over 10 years of high-level collegiate competition as both a coach and student-athlete to Navy.

Head Coach • Fifth Season • Washington State ‘99

As Navy Head Coach Bagnall took the reigns of the Navy lightweight program in the summer of 2013 ... In his first year at the helm, both of Navy’s varsity eight and varsity four boats competed at the IRA National Championships for the first time since 2011 ... The program finished the season ranked seventh in the nation ... Defeated Georgetown for the Forster Cup and Penn for the Callow Cup ... As a second-year leader of the lightweight program in 2014-15, Bagnall once again had multiple crews qualify and race at the IRAs ... In 2015, Navy was represented with entries in the V8, V4+ and V4- events ... Navy’s V8 crew finished eighth overall at the IRAs ... During the regular season, the Mids defended the Forster Cup with a win over Georgetown ... 2016 saw Bagnall and the Mids return to the IRAs with three crews: the V8, V4+ and V4-... The 2016 Navy V8 boat finished seventh overall as did the program at the championship ... For the first time since 2008, Navy defeated Harvard for the Haines Trophy ...The Mids continued to hold the Forster Cup over Georgetown with the third straight win of Bagnall’s tenure ... In his fourth season in 2017, Bagnall and the Mids earned regular season wins over Princeton, Columbia and Georgetown before winning the 4V and 5V titles at the Eastern Sprints ... At the IRA National Championships, Navy entered V8, V4+ and V4- and collected the program’s first individual boat title since 2012 when the V4+ finished in first place. As Syracuse Assistant Coach Worked primarily with the freshman crews in addition to serving as the program’s recruiting coordinator ... Under Bagnall’s tutelage, several freshmen rowers advanced to the first or second varsity boats ... In 2012, the varsity crew included two members of Bagnall’s freshman boat from the previous year; the duo helped the Orange take fifth at the IRA National Championships, which was the program’s best finish in 22 years ... In 2011, he guided his freshman crew to a 10th-place finish at the Eastern Sprints and helped the varsity boat take ninth at the IRA National Championships. As Gonzaga Freshman/Novice Coach Served for eight years as the men’s freshman/novice coach, junior varsity coach and recruiting coordinator ... Bagnall led the Bulldogs freshman/novice four to a Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association (WIRA) championship in 2010 ... He also guided the freshman eight to 13th and 15th-place finishes, respectively, at the 2008 and 2009 IRA Regattas ... In 2006, Bagnall helped the freshman eight claim its first bid to the IRA Regatta. As Washington State Club Coach Took over the club program’s top spot in 2000 ... At the helm of the Cougars, he helped improve the competition level and athlete retention rates. International Experience Since 2011 he has worked as an assistant coach with the U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team ... Bagnall helped the women’s 8+ boat to consecutive gold medals at the 2012 and `13 U-23 World Championships ... He also served as head coach of the women’s 4- and 2- at the 2012 and ‘13 Under-23 World Championships. Rowing Experience Enjoyed a successful career as a varsity rower from 1996-99 at Washington State ... As team captain, he was an All-Pac-10 Conference selection in 1998. General Received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from WSU in 1999 and completed his master’s degree in sport and athletic administration at Gonzaga in 2009.

Assistant Coach • Third Season • Wisconsin ‘07

As Navy Assistant Coach In his second season with the Mids in 2017, Sands continued playing an intricate role in the development of Navy’s lower boats ... At the 2017 Eastern Sprints, the Mids’ 4V and 5V crews finished in first place overall ... At the IRAs, Sands led the Mids V4+ crew to a national championship winning performance ... As a first-year coach at Navy in 2016, Sands worked with the younger rowers and lower boats to help the program groom its depth ... At the 2016 Eastern Sprints, Navy’s 4V and 5V crews finished top-four with the fourth boat taking the silver medal ... As a program, Navy’s depth helped it fifth in the Jope Cup standings. As Texas Assistant Coach Served on staff at the University of Texas in the role of boatman for the varsity women’s program during the 2014 and 2015 seasons. In 2015, the Longhorns finished seventh in the country at the NCAA Championships, the highest placement by a Texas rowing squad at the national championship in school history. In recognition of the Longhorns’ success, Sands and the other members of the staff were selected as the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association National Division One Staff of the Year. As Penn Heavyweight Assistant Coach Sands was an assistant coach with the Penn heavyweight team from 2011 to 2013 ... With the Quakers, he helped with recruiting and organizing official visits, as well as gathering talent and coaching walk-ons from Penn’s campus. Sands’ varsity four crew in 2013 came in first place at the Eastern Sprints, earning the program’s first medal of any kind at the Sprints since 2006. As George Washington Heavyweight Assistant Coach A member of the Colonials’ staff from 2007 to 2010 in an assistant coaching capacity after holding the same position with the George Washington heavyweight squad from 2007 to 2010 ... Sands led the freshmen program and saw GW reach new heights with a ninth place finish at the Eastern Sprints in 2009. Sands’ freshman crew finished the 2008 season with a 7-1 duel racing record. As U.S. Rowing Olympic Development Camp Head Coach Away from the collegiate ranks, Sands was a head coach at the US Rowing Olympic Men’s Development Camp at the University of Pennsylvania and at the MidAtlantic region between 2008 and 2013. He also served as head coach of the women’s USRowing Development Camp at the University of Texas during the summer of 2015. Highlights from his time with USRowing include coaching both sculling and sweep boats to medal winning performances at the USRowing Club National Championships and Royal Canadian Henley Regatta. As a Competitive Rower A 2007 graduate of the University of Wisconsin at Madison, Sands was a fouryear member of the Badgers’ heavyweight crew program ... In his first year, Sands served as a coxswain on the freshman eight, coxing his crew to an undefeated duel season record ... Over next three years, he began rowing, capturing several Midwest Championships titles as part of the nationally-ranked heavyweight squad ... He graduated from Wisconsin with a degree in political science ... After college, Sands trained as a lightweight for several short stints at Riverside boat club in Boston, Massachusetts and the Pennsylvania Athletic Club in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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2017-18 LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING Midshipmen Profiles: Seniors Hank Forsythe

moving to the third varsity for final three regular season events and Eastern Sprints. Competed with V4+ boat at IRA Championships

At Navy Rowed with first varsity crew in regular season action and second varsity boat at Eastern Sprints; member of 2017 National Champion V4+ crew at IRA Championships ... Moved up to the first varsity boat in 2016 and raced with crew in all six regular season meets and both the Eastern Sprints and IRA Championships ... Competed with the third varsity boat in all five regular season races and at the Eastern Sprints as a freshman in 2015

Prior to Navy Earned four letters in cross country and track at Point Pleasant Borough High School, as well as one in swimming ... Served as team captain for both his track and cross country teams ... Point Pleasant Borough were three-time B-South Group II divisional champs

Senior • Rutherford, N.J. • St. Peter’s Prep

Prior to Navy Lettered twice in crew and once in wrestling at Saint Peter’s Prep ... Saint Peter’s Prep won SRAA Championship in 2013 ... Served as team captain of crew in 2014 Personal Son of James and Sue

Andrew Grothmann

Senior • Little Neck, N.Y. • Chaminade At Navy Competed at the 2017 Eastern Sprints with the sixth varsity crew and took home a bronze medal ... In 2016, rowed in four meets, including Eastern Sprints with the fifth varsity and twice with fourth team ... Raced twice with the fifth varsity before the first freshmen crew began participating in the final three regular season events and Eastern Sprints in 2015 Prior to Navy Four-year letterwinner in crew at Chaminade High School Personal Son of Roger and Leslie ... High school teammates with fellow lightweight rowers, Phil Villani ’16 and Bryan Colasacco ’17

Sam Haber

Senior • Point Pleasant, N.J. • Point Pleasant Borough At Navy As a junior competed with the first varsity in the regular season and at the Eastern Sprints; capped year with a national title in the V4+ event at the 2017 IRA Championships ... Member of the first varsity crew in final five regular season races and both the Eastern Sprints and IRA Championships in 2016. Raced with second varsity in season opener versus Princeton ... As a freshman, raced with the second varsity crew versus Yale and Princeton/Columbia before

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Brianna Kaufmann

Senior • Philadelphia, Pa. • Conestoga At Navy 2017 was her first year serving as a coxswain with the lightweight team and led Navy’s lower boats in regular season action; concluded her junior season with a gold medal with the fifth varsity crew at the Eastern Sprints ... Competed with Navy’s first and second women’s varsity crews as a coxswain in 2016 ... As a freshman, rowed with the third varsity eight (novice eight) crew in championship action at the EAWRC Sprints ... Named to the 2015 and 2016 Patriot League Academic Honor Rolls Prior to Navy Competed for Conestoga High School in crew (three varsity letters) and ice hockey (one letter, as a goalie) ... Rowed at the SRAA National Championships in 2012, 2013 and 2014 Personal Daughter of Sheryl

Andrew Schutta

Senior • Lansdale, Pa. • La Salle College H.S. At Navy For the third consecutive season was a key contributor in the first varsity crew’s efforts in all regular and postseason action, including the 2017 Eastern Sprints and IRA Championships ... Rowed with the top boat in all eight 2016 events: six regular season races and both the Eastern Sprints and IRA Championships ... Raced with the first varsity boat in all five regular season events and both postseason championships in 2015 Prior to Navy Three-year letter-winner in crew at La Salle College High School ... Earned Second-Team All-Catholic League honors in 2012, 2013 and 2014 ... Served as team captain for crew in 2014 ... Played strong safety of La Salle’s football team ... Participated with U.S. Junior National team during the 2013 CanAmMex Games


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Personal Son of John and Trudi ... Brother Ryan ‘20, plays college football at Wesleyan University

Matthew Shirey

Senior • North Wales, Pa. • St. Joseph’s Prep At Navy Once again was a key component of the Mids’ V8 crew in 2017; raced with the top boat in all regular season and postseason action ... As a sophomore in 2016, moved up to the first varsity boat and competed in all eight races, six in the regular season and both the Eastern Sprints and IRA Championships ... Raced with the third varsity boat in all five regular season competitions and at the Eastern Sprints Prior to Navy Earned five letters at St. Joseph’s Prep; two in crew and three in soccer ... Received all-state honors in soccer in 2013 ... Served as team captain in soccer in 2013 Personal Son of Timothy and Patricia ... High school teammate of Kevin Kiernan ‘18 Yale (HWT)

Austin Treubert

Senior • Freehold, N.J. • Marine Academy of Science & Technology At Navy 2017 USRowing Fan’s Choice Collegiate Athlete of the Year ... Won silver medal at 2017 World Rowing U-23 Championships with the United States’ ML4- crew ... Continued racing with Navy’s first varsity crew in 2017 as he suited up for all of the Mids’ regular and postseason competitions ... Raced with the first varsity eight crew in all eight competitions, six in the regular season and both postseason events, for Navy in 2016 ... Rowed twice with the second varsity boat before joining the first varsity for four races, including the Eastern Sprints and IRA Championships in 2015 Prior to Navy Four-year letter-winner in ice hockey at Freehold Township High School ... Served as ice hockey team captain in 2014 ... Named to First-Team All-Shore All-Stars in ice hockey in 2014 ... Rowed with the Navesink River Rowing Club ... Graduated from the Marine Academy of Science and Technology

Alex Wieman

Senior • Fort Irwin, Calif. • Wiesbaden American At Navy As a junior in 2017, competed with the fifth varsity, including at the Eastern Sprints where the crew finished first and won gold .. Saw time with the third varsity crew in five races, including the Eastern Sprints and two with the fourth boat earlier in the 2016 season ... In 2015, raced twice with the fourth varsity before the first freshmen crew began participating in the final three regular season events and Eastern Sprints Prior to Navy Received 12 letters at Wiesbaden High School; 4 in cross country, 4 in wrestling, and 4 in track ... Served as team captain for wrestling and cross country in 2014 Personal Son of Jason and Carmen ... Father graduated from the United States Military Academy and swam for Army ... Originally born in Augusta, Ga. before going to high school in Wiesbaden, Germany ... Calls Fort Irwin, Calif. home.

Drew Bennett

Junior • Canfield, Ohio • Canfield At Navy Member of the second varsity eight throughout the 2017 regular season and at the Eastern Sprints; won bronze with 2V8 at Eastern Sprints and national champion with V4+ at IRA Championships ... Raced with the third varsity in seven events in 2016, including the Eastern Sprints Prior to Navy Earned four varsity letters as a swimmer at Canfield High School in the 200- and 500-freestyle events ...Competed in the 2014 Ohio State Championship meet and helped Canfield’s 200-freestyle relay team finish runner-up ... Served as Canfield’s team captain in 2014 ... Attended High Point University during the 2014-15 school year and rowed for the school’s club team under current Navy women’s assistant coach Jessica Mahan Personal Son of David and Ellen

Personal Son of Christopher and Stephanie

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2017-18 LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING Midshipmen Profiles: Juniors Ben Blakeslee

Leor Golan

At Navy A member of the third and fourth varsity boats as both freshman in 2016 and sophomore in 2017 ... Down the stretch in final three regular season races of 2016 and Eastern Sprints, he competed with fourth team ... Raced with 3V8 at 2017 Eastern Sprints

At Navy Competed with the fifth varsity in 2017 and capped his sophomore campaign with a gold medal with the 5V8 at the Eastern Sprints ... Member of the fourth varsity crew in all regular season action, as well as at the Eastern Sprints in 2016.

Junior • Boothbay Harbor, Maine • T.C Williams (Va.)

Prior to Navy Rowed for four years with three years of experience at T.C. Williams High School in Virginia and one with the Salisbury School ... Won gold at the 2015 National Schools Regatta with Salisbury ... While rowing at T.C. Williams in 2014, he served as team captain and was named team MVP ... Selected as a member of the Washington Post All-MET Honorable Mention rowing team Personal Son of Merritt and Martha ... Prepped at the Salisbury School, a USNA Foundation School during the 2014-15 school year ... Teammate of Navy heavyweight rower Noah Stewart (’18) at T.C. Williams ... Siblings, Austin and Paul both row with club teams at Tulane and Sewanee University

Gracen Glaubitz Junior • Ithaca, N.Y. • Ithaca

At Navy Raced with the third and fourth varsity throughout his sophomore season in 2017; concluded the year with the gold medal winning 4V8 at the Eastern Sprints ... Member of the fourth varsity crew in all regular season action, as well as at the Eastern Sprints in 2016. Prior to Navy Competed in club rowing with the Cascadilla Boat Club in Ithaca, N.Y. ... Graduated from Ithaca High School Personal Son of Christopher and Katherine ... Teammate of Cornell lightweight rower Henry Ellis (‘19) and Syracuse heavyweight rower Carver Jordan (‘19) with the Cascadilla Boat Club ... Participated in the New Visions Medical Program as a high school student

Junior • Ocean Township, N.J. • Marine Academy of Science & Tech.

Prior to Navy Competed in club rowing with the Navesink River Rowing Club ... Earned the 2015 Men’s Quad title at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Championships ... Graduated from the Marine Academy of Science and Technology Personal Son of Joseph and Sharon

Clay Jackson

Junior • Spearman, Texas • Spearman At Navy A consistent contributor in the upper boat lineups for Navy in 2017; raced with the second varsity in the regular season and Eastern Sprints (won bronze medal) and with the first varsity at IRA National Championships ... Started his freshman year in the fourth varsity boat for three races before being elevated to the third varsity for last four meets, including the Eastern Sprints Prior to Navy Three-sport athlete at Spearman High School and earned four letters in tennis, two in football and two in swimming ... Led Spearman to four district championships in tennis and twice in football; tennis finished third at 2014 regional championship ... Named Academic All-State three times: tennis (2014, 2015) and football (2015) Personal Son of Tal and Chiemi

Dan Johnston

Junior • Chapel Hill, N.C. • The McCallie School (Tenn.) At Navy A regular in Navy’s fourth varsity boat in 2017, he won gold at the Eastern Sprints in 4V8 action ... As a freshman in 2016, saw action in five races with the fifth varsity, including the Eastern Sprints Prior to Navy Competed with the varsity rowing and climbing teams at the McCallie School with three letters

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in crew and two in climbing ... McCallie won the 2015 Tennessee State Indoor Rowing Championship

Andrew Reinhart

Personal Son of James and Jennifer

At Navy In 2017, competed with the sixth varsity V4B boat versus Penn ... As a freshman in 2016, raced in the sixth varsity boat versus Georgetown and Harvard

Matthew Pentaleri

Junior • Jacksonville, Fla. • The Bolles School At Navy Did not appear in postseason action for the Mids in 2017 ... Competed with the third and fourth varsity crews as a freshman in 2016 with three early season appearances with the third team and four with the fourth, including the Eastern Sprints Prior to Navy Three-sport athlete at the Bolles School and earned letters in cross country (4), crew (2) and track & field (2) ... Won the 2015 Flyweight Championship at the Southern Sprints Erg Regatta ... Elected as the captain for Bolles’ 2015 cross country team ... Competed in rock climbing as part of the USA Climbing American Boulder Series and made it to the regional championships Personal Son of Michael and Sharon ... Mother, Sharon competed at Lafayette College in cross country and track and field ... Brother Michael was a three-year member of Navy lightweight team (2014-16) and competed with heavyweight team in 2017 ... Sister Annie (‘21) is a freshman at the Naval Academy and competes with the women’s rowing team ... Born in San Diego

Taylor Porges

Junior • Park City, Utah • Park City At Navy Raced with the sixth varsity crew at the 2017 Eastern Sprints and took home a bronze medal in the 5V/6V championship event ... Saw action in six races with the fifth varsity crew, including the 2016 Eastern Sprints

Junior • Milford, Ohio • Milford

Prior to Navy Wrestled for one season with the Milford High School team ... Served as team captain as a senior in 2014 Personal Son of Andre and Donna.

Ben Skinner

Junior • Philadelphia, Pa. • William Penn Charter At Navy A key contributor in the upper boat lineups for Navy in 2017; raced with the second varsity in the regular season before moving to the first crew for Eastern Sprints and V4- crew at the IRA Championships ... Member of the second varsity eight crew from the start of the 2016 season and raced in seven competitions, including the Eastern Sprints Prior to Navy Competed on the swim and water polo teams at Penn Charter School earning seven combined varsity letters; four with swimming and three with water polo ... Earned All-League honors in 2014 and 2015 as a swimmer ... Served as team captain for the 2015 swim program ... Won InterAC League championships in 2012-15, as well as the 2015 Eastern Championship with water polo ... Recruited to swim at both Cornell and Penn Personal Son of Michael and Cynthia ... Both parents were D1 collegiate athletes as his father was a four-year gymnast at Penn and his mother swam at Villanova for four years ... His older sister Cathryn has competed with the cross country and track & field teams at Middlebury from 2014-17

Prior to Navy Played four years of soccer with Park City HS as a midfielder ... Served the team as a captain during his senior season ... Recognized as a member of the 2015 All-State Academic Team ... Competed with the Wasatch Freestyle Foundation Ski Club in Park City, Utah Personal Son of Courtenay

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Ben Capannari

At Navy Rowed with the second varsity eight throughout the 2017 regular season and Eastern Sprints where Navy’s 2V8 finished third and took home the bronze ... As a freshman in 2016, raced with the third varsity crew in five competitions, the fourth varsity for two early season meets and with the V4+ at the IRA Championships

At Navy Joined the second varsity boat in the latter half of the 2017 season, including the Eastern Sprints where Navy’s 2V8 crew finished in third place; raced with 1V8 at IRA Championships

Prior to Navy Competed with the track and soccer teams at West Ranch High School

Personal Son of John and Meg … Teammate of Hobart HWT rowers John Schenk ’20 and Andrew Seta ’20 … Graduated from St. Xavier High School

Junior • Valencia, Calif. • West Ranch

Personal Son of Charles and Patricia

Morgan Whetstone Junior • Hoover, Ala. • Spain Park

At Navy Saw regular time with the second varsity eight before moving to the 3V8 for the 2017 Eastern Sprints ... Competed with the third varsity crew in all six regular season events and then at the Eastern Sprints in 2016

Sophomore • Cincinnati, Ohio. • Saint Xavier

Prior to Navy Participated for three years with the Cincinnati Junior Rowing Club (CJRC) … Competed on CJRC’s 4+ team that finished first at the 2015 Club Nationals and the 8+ crew that placed second at the 2016 Club Nationals

Noah Chaskin

Sophomore • Schenectady, N.Y. • Niskayuna At Navy A staple in Navy’s first varsity crew in 2017 regular and postseason action, including the Eastern Sprints and IRA Championships ... Represented the United States at the 2017 Maccabiah Games

Prior to Navy Participated in track (3 letters) and cross country (2) at Spain Park High School ... Member of the 4x800m sectional championship relay team in 2015

Prior to Navy Competed in crew and football (DE, C, K) at Niskayuna High School … Set the indoor rowing world record in 2016 for lightweight males in the 17-18 division with 367 meters in one minute and 100 meters in 15.6 seconds … Helped Niskayuna’s junior quad crew win the 2015 Scholastic National Championship and 2015 Stotesbury Cup … Garnered the Hammer Award for fastest rower at Niskayuna

Personal Son of Greg and Melissa ... Ran track with Mississippi State’s Daniel Nixon (’20) at Spain Park

Personal Son of Adam and Regina … Grandfather Mel Chaskin swam collegiately at NYU (1960-64)

Austin Bowman

Kaden Dohm

Sophomore • Fort Mill, S.C. • Fort Mill

Sophomore • Maple Grove, Minn. • Wayzata

At Navy As a freshman in 2017, he saw action with the lower boats, including a spot with the bronze medal winning 6V8 at the Eastern Sprints

At Navy Competed throughout his freshman campaign in 2017 with Navy’s first varsity crew, including the Eastern Sprints and IRA Championships.

Prior to Navy Ran cross country at Fort Mill High School

Prior to Navy Competed with the Twin Cities Youth Rowing Club … Interscholastically, ran cross country and track for Wayzata High School

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Personal Son of Jason and Helen … Cousin Zachary Culbertson played football at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire … Teammate of fellow Navy LWT member Tera Geoffroy ‘20 at the Twin Cities Youth Rowing Club


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Midshipmen Profiles: Sophomores

Brendan Finn

Tera Geoffroy

At Navy Saw action with Navy’s lower crews as a freshman in 2017 with postseason action at the Eastern Sprints in the Mids’ 5V8 boat that won a gold medal

At Navy Served as coxswain for both the Mids’ third and fourth varsity boats in 2017; capped season with 3V8 at Eastern Sprints

Sophomore • Tucson, Ariz. • Catalina Foothills

Prior to Navy Earned three varsity letters as a 100 fly/500 free swimmer for Catalina Foothills High School … Garnered Tucson All-City honors in 2013, 2014 and 2015 … Member of Catalina Foothills’ 2013 and 2014 Arizona High School State Championship winning teams Personal Son of Tom and Camille … Grandfather Robert Finn played collegiate basketball at Nebraska … Uncle Jim Finn graduated from the Naval Academy in 1989 … Born in Wurzburg, Germany … Traveled through Nepal in summer of 2017 with his brother for two weeks

Theo Freidenrich

Sophomore • Ridgefield, Conn. • Kent School At Navy A consistent kog in Navy’s third varsity lineup throughout 2017, including the Eastern Sprints Prior to Navy Competed on the crew and cross country teams with the Kent School for three varsity seasons each … Won gold at the 2014 NEIRA Championships in 2V, while Kent won the NEIRA Team Points Trophy in 2015 and 2016 … Helped Kent to the 2014 JV New England Cross Country Championship … Served as cross country team captain in 2015 … Won the 2016 Bishop Orr award for Kent’s crew program Personal Son of Eric and Amy … Rowed at Kent with Cal’s Brett Cataldo ’20 and Dartmouth HWT’s Wes Gordon ‘20

Max Gelbach

Sophomore • Springfield, Va. • Saint John Paul the Great At Navy A regular member of Navy’s fourth varsity crew team; competed and won gold at the 2017 Eastern Sprints with Mids’ 4V8 boat Prior to Navy Lettered in four sports at St. John Paul the Great Catholic High School: lacrosse (4 letters-MF/A), soccer (3 letters-MF), swimming (3 lettersfreestyle/breaststroke) and track (1 letter-middle distance) … three-time team captain of his lacrosse team from 2014-16 … team captain of the soccer team in 2016

Sophomore • Bloomington, Minn. • Thomas Jefferson

Prior to Navy A coxswain with the Twin Cities Youth Rowing Club (TCYR) … Competed with TCYR at 2016 Youth Nationals (4+) and 2014 Head of the Charles (4+) … Named Team MVP in 2014 … Elected team captain for the 201516 season Personal Daughter of Tom and Cheryl … Teammate of fellow Navy LWT member Kaden Dohn ’20 with the Twin Cities Youth Rowing Club … Graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School

Jesse Hall

Sophomore • San Diego, Calif. • Point Loma At Navy As a freshman in 2017, he saw action with Navy’s lower boats, including a spot with the bronze medal winning 6V8 at the Eastern Sprints Prior to Navy Competed with the San Diego Rowing Club for four years … Graduated from Point Loma High School Personal Son of Wade and Susan … Interned in the Whale Acoustics Lab at Scripps Institute of Oceanography in high school

Dechlan Mercer

Sophomore • Saratoga, N.Y. • Saratoga Springs At Navy Competed as a member of the Mids’ third and fourth varsity crews in 2017 before concluding the season with the 4V8 at the Eastern Sprints where he won gold. Prior to Navy Rowed in high school with the Saratoga Springs varsity team, as well as with the Saratoga Rowing Association (SRA) … Won the 2016 Scholastic Rowing Association of America Lightweight Quad Championship with SRA Personal Son of Glenn and Tricia … Born in Guam

Personal Son of Douglas and Mary … Father graduated from the Naval Academy in 1988 … Born in Aurora, Colorado and lived internationally for eight years growing up … Played lacrosse with Navy’s Michael Foster ‘21

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Karl Schwarzkopf

At Navy Saw time with both the third and fourth varsity during the regular season and competed at the 2017 Eastern Sprints with Mids’ 3V8

At Navy Transitioned from a collegiate swimmer to crew in 2017 and saw intermittent action in Navy’s lower boats; closed season with Mids’ 6V8 crew at Eastern Sprints and came away with a bronze medal

Sophomore • Tampa, Fla. • Jesuit

Prior to Navy Dual-sport athlete, he ran track at Jesuit High School and rowed with The Stewards Foundation … Selected as 2016 Most Valuable Rower and team captain for The Stewards Foundation

Sophomore • Minneapolis, Minn. • Southwest

Personal Son of Robert … Teammate of Delaware LWT rower EJ Isenberg ’20, Georgetown LWT rower Cullen Finlay ’21 and Notre Dame club rower Justin Virgadamo ‘21

Prior to Navy Attended Carleton College in Northfield, Minn. during 2015-16 school year and saw action with the Knights’ swim team as a freshman … Collected multiple All-MIAC conference honors ... Earned six letters swimming for the Southwest High School program … Garnered All-State honors in 2014 and 2015 … Helped Southwest to Minneapolis City Championships in six straight years, 2010-15 and a sectional title in 2013 … Served as team captain in 2015

Luke Robertson

Personal Son of Erik and Leighann … Swam with Minnesota’s Peter Lefebvre ’19 at Southwest HS

At Navy As a freshman in 2017, raced with the fifth varsity crew in the regular season and at Eastern Sprints; Navy’s 5V8 finished in first place at the Sprints

Creig Tarrant

Sophomore • Oak Harbor, Wash. • Annapolis Area Christian (Md.)

Prior to Navy Participated in swimming, track and lacrosse in high school at Annapolis Area Christian School … Selected as team captain of his swim and track teams Personal Son of Thomas and Mary … Father is a member of the Navy pilot community and graduated from the Naval Academy in 1989 ... older brother, Caleb (USNA ‘18), is the team captain of the Navy heavyweight rowing program … Born in Seattle, Wash.

Tyler Schatz

Sophomore • Palmdale, Calif. • Paraclete At Navy Member of Navy’s fifth varsity crew in the regular season and at Eastern Sprints; 5V8 boat claimed gold at the Sprints Prior to Navy Four-sport athlete at Paraclete High School: soccer (4 letters-D), cross country (4 letters), track (4 letters-800/1600m), football (1 letter-P/K) … Named 2014 All-CIF Southern Sectional in the 800 meters … Member of four straight Alpha League titles (2013-16) with Paraclete’s track & field teams and two straight (2014, 2015) with the cross country team … Team MVP for track and cross country in 2015 and 2016 … Elected as team captain for his track, cross county and soccer teams Personal Son of David and Connie … Mother played collegiate soccer at Pacific Lutheran University

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Sophomore • Pittsburgh, Pa. • Central Catholic At Navy Saw action with both Navy’s third and fourth varsity crews during the regular season before suiting up with the 4V8 at Eastern Sprints and V4+ at IRA Championships; won gold at the Sprints and national title at IRAs Prior to Navy Rowed with the high school program at Central Catholic … Served as team captain as a senior in 2016 Personal Son of John and Rhonda … Father played collegiate football at Mercyhurst University … Teammate of Cornell HWT rower Michael Grady ’19 and Holy Cross HWT rower Joey Begg ’20 at Central Catholic

Christophe Theodore

Sophomore • San Francisco, Calif. • Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep At Navy As a freshman in 2017, acted as coxswain for fourth varsity crew during regular season and at Eastern Sprints; Mids’ 4V8 finished in first at the Sprints Prior to Navy Participated with the Pacific Rowing Club out of San Francisco as a coxswain … Graduated from Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep Personal Son of Pierre and Leslie … Father played football at Princeton from 1986-1990 … Teammate of Navy women’s rower Clare McCarthy ’20 with the Pacific Rowing Club … Born in Boston, Massachusetts … Plans on attending high performance driving school with the goal of attaining a racing license


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Pat Urrutia

Sophomore • San Antonio, Texas • Central Catholic At Navy A coxswain in Navy’s lower boat lineup in 2017; concluded season with 6V8 crew that took home bronze at Eastern Sprints Prior to Navy Participated with the Chaminade Guard Armed Drill Team at Central Catholic High School, lettering four times and serving as a commander in 2016 Personal Son of Michael and Roberta … Private pilot … Member of Central Catholic’s JROTC Leadership and Academic Bowl team that finished sixth at 2015 National Championship

Luke Waldo

Sophomore • Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. • Palos Verdes At Navy First rowing action, included a spot with Navy’s sixth varsity crew at the Eastern Sprints that finished in third place Prior to Navy A walk-on to the sport of crew with no prior experience … Graduated from Palos Verdes High School Personal Son of Robert and Lisa … Uncle Don Davis graduated from the Naval Academy in 1971

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2017-18 LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING 2017 Spring Results Princeton Murtaugh Cup Princeton, N.J. March 25

First Varsity Navy - 5:57.5 Princeton - 6:01.1

Second Varsity Princeton - 5:57.5 Navy - 6:01.2

Third Varsity Princeton - 6:10.0 Navy - 6:13.3

Yale First Varsity Second Varsity Third Varsity Johnson Cup Yale - 6:05.3 Yale - 6:14.8 Yale - 6:24.8 Princeton, N.J. Navy - 6:17.0 Navy - 6:20.8 Navy - 6:32.1 April 1 Columbia First Varsity Second Varsity WIT Cup Navy - 5:54.6 Navy - 6:02.3 Annapolis, Md. Columbia - 5:56.0 Columbia - 6:03.7 April 8

Fourth Varsity Princeton - 6:09.5 Navy - 6:14.1

Fifth Varsity Navy - 6:16.8 Princeton - 6:35.9

Fourth Varsity Navy - 6:27.8 Yale - 6:42.2

Sixth Varsity (Exh.) Navy - No Time Princeton 6V - +7.2 secs

Third Varsity Navy 4V - 6:07.6 Navy 3V - 6:13.2 Navy 5V - 6:17.0 Columbia - 6:37.4

Georgetown First Varsity Second Varsity Third Varsity Forster Cup Navy - 6:01.15 Navy - 6:07.03 Navy - 6:12.79 Washington, D.C. Georgetown - 6:10.76 Georgetown - 6:18.03 Georgetown - 6:25.30 April 15

Fourth Varsity Navy 4V - 6:11.86 Navy 5V - 6:23.44 Georgetown - 6:39.28

Harvard, Delaware First Varsity Second Varsity Third Varsity Fourth Varsity Haines Trophy Harvard - 5:51.6 Harvard - 5:51.5 Navy - 5:57.2 Navy - 5:57.5 Boston, Mass. Navy - 5:57.5 Navy - 5:53.5 Harvard - 6:00.2 Harvard - 6:01.6 April 22 Delaware - 5:57.8 Delaware - 6:06.5 Delaware - 6:15.7 Delaware - 6:11.3

Fifth Varsity Navy - 6:07.2 Harvard 5V - 6:08.3 Delaware - 6:24.8 Harvard 6V - 6:31.5

Penn First Varsity Second Varsity Third Varsity Callow Cup Penn - 6:01.7 Navy - 6:11.8 Navy - 6:23.4 Annapolis, Md. Navy - 6:13.5 Penn - 6:16.3 Penn - 6:45.0 April 29

Fourth Varsity Navy 4V - 6:36.3 Navy 5V - 6:44.0 Penn - 7:05.7

Fifth/Sixth Varsity 4+ Navy ‘A’ - 7:00.2 Navy ‘B’ - 7:12.4 Penn - 7:22.9

Eastern Sprints First Varsity Second Varsity Third Varsity Worcester, Mass. Petite Final (7th overall) Grand Final (3rd overall) Grand Final (5th overall) May 14 Navy - 5:48.886 Harvard - 5:46.553 Yale - 5:49.542 Jope Cup (overall): 6th Georgetown - 5:49.602 Yale - 5:48.458 Princeton - 5:51.319 Dartmouth - 5:55.984 Navy - 5:48.525 Harvard - 5:52.121 MIT - 6:02.003 Princeton - 5:51.141 Cornell - 5:54.616 Columbia - 5:51.984 Navy - 5:55.476 Cornell - 5:53.029 Columbia - 6:08.001

Fourth Varsity Grand Final (1st overall) Navy - 5:51.300 Princeton - 5:51.732 Cornell - 5:55.285 Harvard - 5:55.362 Yale - 6:04.563 Dartmouth - 6:12.934 Penn - 6:16.944

Fifth/Sixth Varsity Grand Final (1st overall) Navy 5V - 5:58.474 Harvard 5V - 5:58.942 Navy 6V - 6:05.080 Cornell 5V - 6:08.247 Princeton 5V - 6:08.538 Harvard 6V - 6:18.082

IRA National Championships First Varsity Gold Coast, Calif. Petite Final (7th overall) June 2-4 Navy - 5:54.299 Team Overall: 5th Georgetown - 5:56.123

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Varsity Four w/Coxswain Varsity Four w/o Coxswain Grand Final (1st overall) Grand Final (4th overall) Navy - 6:26.595 (*Nat’l Champs) Harvard - 6:06.700 Harvard - 6:32.351 Princeton - 6:10.144 Dartmouth - 6:32.587 Cornell - 6:17.729 Columbia - 6:36.677 Navy - 6:18.104 Penn - 6:40.388 Penn - 6:21.925 Princeton - 6:46.914 Dartmouth - 6:25.620

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Navy Lightweight Rowing History

1931 Navy lightweights win their dual with Syracuse; lose a dual race to Penn and then place third at the National Henley Regatta in Philadelphia, Pa. 1933 Navy lightweights win their only dual with MIT, then go on to take third place at the National Henley Regatta in Philadelphia, Pa., behind Princeton and Columbia. 1934 Navy lightweights win their only dual race with Columbia. 1935 Navy lightweights win their dual with Ithaca College. Navy then finishes a close fourth at the American Henley Regatta in Philadelphia, behind Princeton, Penn and Columbia. 1956 Navy lightweight JV wins bronze medal at the EARC Sprints. 1957 Navy lightweights, coached by Hubbell Davidson ’45, win both duals with Penn and MIT and lose to Princeton. Navy then goes on to place fifth at the EARC Championships. Navy lightweight JV crew and plebe first boat win the EARC Sprints. 1958 Navy lightweight JV wins bronze medal at the EARC Sprints. 1960 Navy lightweight varsity and JV crews win silver medal at the EARC Sprints. 1961 Navy lightweight varsity wins bronze medal and JV crew wins gold at the EARC Sprints. 1962 Navy lightweights, coached by Lt. White, go through an undefeated season to win the first EARC Lightweight Championship in the history of Navy crew. 1969 Navy lightweight JV team wins bronze medal at the EARC Sprints. 1970 Navy lightweight JV and first plebe boat win bronze medals at the EARC Sprints. Navy finishes third in “Jope Cup” (team points standing for EARC League). 1971 Navy lightweight JV wins silver medal at EARC Sprints. Navy finishes third in Jope Cup standings. 1972 Navy lightweight varsity and JV teams win bronze medals at the EARC Sprints. Navy finishes third in Jope Cup. 1974 Navy lightweight JV wins bronze medal at the EARC Sprints. 1975 Navy lightweight varsity wins silver medal and JV wins bronze medal at the EARC Sprints and place second in Jope Cup. 1976 Navy lightweight JV wins silver medal at the EARC Sprints. 1977 Navy varsity wins silver medal at the EARC Sprints. 1978 Navy first plebe boat wins silver medal at the EARC Sprints.

1979 Navy lightweight JV boat wins silver medal at the EARC Sprints. 1980 Navy JV boat wins bronze medal and first plebe boat wins gold at the EARC Sprints. 1981 Navy lightweights place second at the Head of the Charles, losing only to the Canadian National Team. They go on to the San Diego Crew Classic for the first time and take fourth place in the grand finals. Wins both the Haines Cup and the Callow Cup and take fifth place at the EARC Sprints.

freshman boats sweeping the Gold Medals for the first time in Navy history. 2004 The Mids posted the best season in the program’s history. The varsity boat ended the regular season with an undefeated record, won the Eastern Sprints title and the IRA National Championship. Navy would go on to reach the semifinal round at the Royal Henley Regatta in London, England. The crew was selected as the EARC’s Crew of the Year, while head coach Rob Friedrich was tabbed as the EARC Coach of the Year. The crew also qualified for the Navy Hall of Fame.

1986 Navy lightweights have a 4-2 record and win the Callow Cup (Penn) en route to a sixth-place finish at the EARC Sprints.

2005 Navy placed all five of its boats into the grand finals at the Eastern Sprints, winning both freshmen events and winning two additional medals.

1987 Patrick Manion takes over as head coach Navy lightweight crew team. First plebe boat wins bronze medal at the EARC Sprints.

2006 Navy won the program’s first Jope Cup (overall team points title) at the Eastern Sprints.

1988 The Navy lightweights have a 2-2 record in winning the Callow Cup (Penn) and placing fourth at the EARC Sprints. 1991 Mike Hughes takes over as head coach of Navy lightweight crew team.

2007 The Mids repeated as Jope Cup champions, while the 2V8 and 3V8 varsity crews won individual boat titles at the Eastern Sprints.

1993 Navy wins the Crawford Bay Crew Classic and goes 5-2 en route to taking seventh place at the EARC Sprints.

2008 Navy landed all five of its boats in the grand finals at the Eastern Sprints, winning in the 2V8, 3V8 and 2F races. The Midshipmen went on to finish second in the grand finals of both the V8 and V4+ with coxswain races at the IRA National Championship.

1995 Cmdr. Jim Snead ‘73, takes over as head coach. Third varsity wins gold medal at the EARC Sprints (varsity) and competes in the IRAs for the first time, taking fifth place in the Grand Finals.

2009 Under head coach Nick Baker, the Midshipmen went 4-3 and won the Callow Cup for the ninth-straight year. Completed the year with a fourth-place showing at the Eastern Sprints and sixth-place effort at the IRAs.

1996 Major Greg Morrison ‘77, takes over as head coach. The Navy lightweights have a 2-2 record and place fifth in the grand finals at the IRAs.

2010 In his first year as head coach, Steve Perry led Navy to a 6-2 record and a second-place finish at the IRA Regatta. The Mids held on to the Callow Cup for the 10th consecutive season and reclaimed the Eads Johnson Trophy for the first time since 2007.

1997 Dale Hurley ’89, takes over as head coach of Navy lightweight crew team. 1998 Lightweight plebes place first and second at the Belly of the Carnegie. 1999 Navy lightweights win the Patriot League Championship. Plebe crew finishes in fifth place in the first boat and wins gold in the second boat at the EARC Sprints. 2000 Navy lightweights compete in the San Diego Crew Classic for the second time in the history of the program, finishing third in grand finals. Plebes capture the top-two slots at the Belly of the Carnegie. Varsity secures an automatic bid for 2001 Head of the Charles by placing fifth overall and fourth among colleges at 2000 regatta. 2001 Navy placed fifth at the season-ending IRA National Championship Regatta. At the end of the spring season, Rob Friedrich replaces Dale Hurley as the head coach of the lightweight program. 2002 Navy’s varsity places second at the IRAs. 2V8 wins Cornell Trophy for first time since 1961. Navy team places second in Jope Cup team-point standings. 2003 The Mids win three medals at the Eastern Sprints, with the

2011 The Mids sent their first and second varsity crews to the grand finals of the Eastern Sprints. Navy also posted wins over Columbia and Penn. 2012 The varsity four won the IRA National Championship. 2013 The varsity four qualified for the grand finals at the IRA National Championship and took sixth place. 2014 Shawn Bagnall joins the program prior to the 2013-14 school year as the head coach and leads Navy to qualifying both its V8 and V4 boats into the IRA Regatta for the first time since 2011. 2015 Navy repeats its 2014 feat with multiple boat entries at the IRA Regatta. Mids race crews in the varsity eight, varsity four+ and varsity four- competitions. 2016 Won both the Haines Trophy and Forster Cup before racing three boats at IRA Regatta: V8, V4+ and V4-. Program finished seventh nationally. 2017 Won the Murtaugh, WIT and Forster Cups before its 4V8 and 5V8 crews won gold at Eastern Sprints. At the IRAs, the Mids’ V4+ took home the the national championship (first IRA boat title for Navy since 2012); team placed fifth overall.

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2017-18 LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING Navy Representing the U.S. National Team Katherine Ashton ‘14 Women’s 4 2013 World U-23 Rowing Championship Joseph Baldwin ‘61 Men’s 8+ 1960 Olympics Andy Bigelow ‘84 Olympic Dev 4+ U.S. Olympic Festival Julian Bowling ’10 Lightweight Men’s 4 2009 World U-23 Rowing Championship Lightweight Men’s 4 2010 Lucerne World Cup Regatta Lightweight 8+ 2010 World U-23 Rowing Championship Ted Bumgardner ‘13 Men’s 4 2012 World U-23 Rowing Championship Men’s 8 2013 World U-23 Rowing Championship Russell S. Callow Coach 1952 Olympics, 1957 World Rowing Championship Sherman R. Clark ‘22 Men’s 8+ 1920 Olympics Rick Clothier Coach 1975 Pan Am Games 1983 Pan Am Games 1987 World University Games Laurie Coffey ‘99 Women’s U-23 4X 1998 Nations Cup World Military Games Tom Cook ’76 Lightweight Men’s 8+ 1976 World Rowing Championship Sean Couglin ‘87 Men’s 4+ 1987 World University Games Robert M. Detweiler ‘53 Men’s 8+ 1952 Olympics James R. Dunbar ‘55 Men’s 8+ 1952 Olympics William B. Fields ‘54 Men’s 8+ 1952 Olympics Wayne T. Frye ‘54 Men’s 8+ 1952 Olympics Mike Gaffney ‘87 Men’s 4+ 1987 World University Games Vincent J. Gallagher ‘22 ­Men’s 8+ 1920 Olympics Richard A. Glendon Coach 1903, ‘29 World Rowing Championship 1920 Olympics Richard J. Glendon Coach 1920 Olympics 1923 World Rowing Championship Edwin D. Graves ‘21 Men’s 8+ 1920 Olympics Tim Griffith ‘81 Mens 4+ 1981 World Rowing Championship J. T. Hall ‘87 Lightweight Men’s 8+ 1986 World Rowing Championship Chad Healy ‘09 Lightweight Men’s 4 2008 World U-23 Rowing Championship 2009 World U-23 Rowing Championship Brian Hood ‘82 Men’s 8+ 1982 World Rowing Championship Pat Flood ‘90 Men’s 8+ 1991 Pan Am Games Julian Hagberg ‘16 Men’s 4 2015 World U-23 Rowing Championship Dale Hurley ‘89 Lightweight Men’s 8+, 4-, 2 1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘94, ‘95 World Rowing Championship Karin Hughes ‘91 Women’s 2X 1997 World Rowing Championship 1999 Pan Am Games

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Mike Hughes Coach World Military Games Virgil V. Jacomini ‘21 Men’s 8+ 1920 Olympics Donald H. Johnston ‘22 Men’s 8+ 1920 Olympics William C. Jordan ‘21 Men’s 8+ 1920 Olympics Chad Jungbluth ‘91 Men’s 8+ 1991 Pan Am Games Clyde W. King ‘22 Men’s 8+ 1920 Olympics Michael Kerrigan ’10 Lightweight Men’s 4 2010 Lucerne World Cup Regatta Lightweight 8+ 2010 World U-23 Rowing Championship Edward King ’11 Lightweight Men’s 4 2009 World U-23 Rowing Championship Lightweight Men’s 4 2010 Lucerne World Cup Regatta Lightweight Men’s 4 2014 World Rowing Cup II Lightweight Men’s 4 2015 World Rowing Championship Lightweight Men’s 4 2016 Olympics Alex Kornick ‘13 Mens 4+ 2012 World U-23 Rowing Championship Mike Lambert ‘95 Men’s Spare 1995 World Rowing Championship Lou Lindsey Coach 1960 Olympics William C. Long ‘61 Men’s 8+ 1960 Olympics Dan Lyons ‘91 Men’s 8, 4-, 2+ 1981, ‘83, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 World Rowing Championship 1988 Olympics Charles D. Manring ‘52 Men’s 8+ 1952 Olympics Vince McCall ‘07 Men’s 4+ 2006 World Rowing Championship Andrew McMarlin ‘91 Men’s 2X 1995 National Team Brad McMillen ‘93 Olympic Dev 8+ U.S. Olympic Festival Alden Mills ‘91 Olympic Dev 4+ U.S. Olympic Festival Greg Montesi ‘82 Men’s 4X 1988 Olympics Edward P. Moore ‘20 Men’s 8+ 1920 Olympics Mark Moore ‘61 Men’s 8+ 1960 Olympics Paul Montanus ‘89 Lightweight Men’s 8+ 1989 World Rowing Championship Richard F. Murphy ‘54 Men’s 8+ 1952 Olympics Lyman S. Perry ‘61 Men’s 8+ 1960 Olympics Steve Perry Coach U-23 World Championships, 2008-09 Tom Phelan ‘89 Olympic Dev. 4+ U.S. Olympic Festival Dean Phillips ‘97 Men’s U-23 8+ 1996 Nations Cup Henry A. Proctor ‘54 Men’s 8+ 1952 Olympic Games Greg Provencer ‘97 1999 World Military Games Matt Provencer ‘93 1999 World Military Games

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Kevin Proctor ‘82 Men’s 8+ 1982 World Rowing Championship Chet Reily ‘94 Olympic Dev. 8+ U.S. Olympic Festival Lewis Rhodes ‘94 Olympic Dev. 8+ U.S. Olympic Festival Alden R. Sanborn ‘22 Men’s 8+ 1920 Olympics Tom Savidge ‘82 Men’s 8+ 1982 World Rowing Championship Dan Sayner ‘79 Men’s 4+ 1977 World Rowing Championship 1980 Olympic Team Jim Schofield ‘84 Olympic Dev 4+ U.S. Olympic Festival Bill Serad ‘89 Men’s 8+ 1991 Pan Am Games Frank B. Shakespeare ‘53 Men’s 8+ 1952 Olympics John Shields ‘93 Olympic Dev 8+ U.S. Olympic Festival Jimmy Sopko ‘05 Lightweight Men’s 4 2010 Lucerne World Cup Regatta Lightweight 8+ 2010 World U-23 Rowing Championship Edward G. Stevens, Jr. ‘54 Men’s 8+ 1952 Olympics Warren Sweetser ‘60 Men’s 8+ 1960 Olympics Ryan Tewell ‘96 Men’s U-23 8+ 1996 Nations Cup Gayle Thompson ‘61 Men’s 8+ 1960 Olympics Tim Tracey ‘16 Men’s 4 2015 World U-23 Rowing Championship Austin Treubert ‘18 Lightweight Men’s 4 2017 World U-23 Rowing Championship William Vuillet ‘05 Lightweight Men’s 4 2005 World Rowing U-23 Championship Charles S. Walsh Coach 1932 World Rowing Championship John Walters ‘84 Men’s 8+ 1986-87 National Team 1988 Olympics Robert Wilson ‘60 Men’s 8+ 1960 Olympics Howard T. Winfree ‘61 Men’s 8+ 1960 Olympics


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Navy Trophy Race Results

Callow Cup

Presented to the winner of the varsity race between Navy and Penn. The trophy is Named after Russell “Rusty� Callow, who coached at both Penn and Navy. Navy 32; Penn 30 Year Winner 1955 Penn 1956 Navy 1957 Navy 1958 Navy 1959 Navy 1960 Navy 1961 Navy 1962 Navy 1963 Penn 1964 Navy 1965 Penn 1966 Penn 1967 Penn 1968 Penn 1969 Penn 1970 Navy 1971 Navy 1972 Navy 1973 No Race 1974 Penn 1975 Penn 1976 Penn 1977 Penn 1978 Penn 1979 Penn 1980 Penn 1981 Navy 1982 Penn 1983 Navy 1984 Navy 1985 Navy 1986 Navy 1987 Penn 1988 Navy 1989 Penn 1990 Penn 1991 Penn 1992 Penn 1993 Penn 1994 Navy 1995 Penn 1996 Navy

1997 Penn 1998 Penn 1999 Penn 2000 Penn 2001 Navy 2002 Navy 2003 Navy 2004 Navy 2005 Navy 2006 Navy 2007 Navy 2008 Navy 2009 Navy 2010 Navy 2011 Navy 2012 Navy 2013 Penn 2014 Navy 2015 Penn 2016 Penn 2017 Penn

Joseph Murtaugh Cup

Presented to the winner of the varsity race between Navy and Princeton. The trophy is named after the former Princeton and U.S. lightweight rowing coach. Princeton 8; Navy 2 Year Winner 2008 Navy 2009 Princeton 2010 Princeton 2011 Princeton 2012 Princeton 2013 Princeton 2014 Princeton 2015 Princeton 2016 Princeton 2017 Navy

Haines Trophy

Presented to the winner of the varsity race between Navy and Harvard. The trophy is named after Bert Haines, Harvard lightweight head coach from 1936-52.

2002 Navy 2003 Navy 2004 Navy 2005 Harvard 2006 Navy 2007 Harvard 2008 Navy 2009 Harvard 2010 Harvard 2011 Harvard 2012 Harvard 2013 Harvard 2014 Harvard 2015 Harvard 2016 Navy 2017 Harvard

Harvard 43; Navy 8 Year Winner 1964 Harvard 1965 Harvard 1966 Harvard 1967 Harvard 1968 Harvard 1969 Harvard 1970 Harvard 1971 Harvard 1972 Harvard 1973 Harvard 1974 Harvard 1975 Navy 1976 Harvard 1977 Harvard 1978 Harvard 1979 Harvard 1980 Harvard 1981 Navy 1982 Harvard 1983 Harvard 1984 Harvard 1985 Harvard 1986 Harvard 1987 Harvard 1988 Harvard 1989 Harvard 1990 Harvard 1991 Harvard 1992 Harvard 1993 No Race 1994 Harvard 1995 Harvard 1996 Harvard 1997 Harvard 1998 Harvard 1999 No Race 2000 No Race 2001 Harvard

Eads Johnson Trophy

Presented to the winner of the varsity race between Navy and Yale. The trophy is named after Eads Johnson, the captain of the 1934 Yale lightweight rowing team and a 20-year member of the U.S. Navy. Yale 10; Navy 4 Year Winner 2004 Navy 2005 Navy 2006 Yale 2007 Navy 2008 Yale 2009 Yale 2010 Navy 2011 Yale 2012 Yale 2013 Yale 2014 Yale 2015 Yale 2016 Yale 2017 Yale

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2017-18 LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING Navy at Championship Regattas Navy Lights Eastern Sprints Year Varsity Team 1955 5th n/a 1956 n/a n/a 1957 5th n/a 1958 4th n/a 1959 n/a n/a 1960 2nd n/a 1961 3rd n/a 1962 T-1st n/a 1963 8th 6th 1964 8th 9th 1965 10th 8th 1966 9th 9th 1967 6th 8th 1968 7th 8th 1969 Did Not Race 8th 1970 5th 3rd 1971 5th 3rd 1972 3rd 3rd 1973 4th 4th 1974 5th 6th 1975 2nd 2nd 1976 4th 5th 1977 2nd 6th 1978 9th 7th 1979 7th 5th 1980 7th 4th 1981 5th 4th 1982 6th n/a 1983 8th 6th 1984 7th 7th 1985 4th 6th 1986 6th 4th 1987 7th n/a 1988 6th 8th 1989 8th n/a 1990 8th 8th 1991 7th n/a 1992 8th 7th 1993 7th 6th 1994 6th 5th 1995 7th n/a 1996 6th n/a 1997 11th 10th 1998 12th n/a 1999 10th n/a 2000 9th n/a 2001 7th n/a 2002 4th 2nd 2003 9th 3rd 2004 1st 2nd 2005 4th 2nd 2006 2nd 1st 2007 4th 1st 2008 4th 3rd 2009 4th 5th 2010 5th 5th 2011 6th 6th

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Name Accomando, J.E. Accomando, J.P. Adams, A.S. Adams, C.E. Adams, D.J., Jr. Adan, J.C. Akacem, M.A. Albertson, G.M. Aldridge, S.W. Allen, J.C. Anders, R.L. Anderson, J.F., Jr. Angell, A.A. Anstett, B.M. Antle, W.S., III Armour, E. Arnts, T.V. Athow, K.J.

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Name Baca, J.B. Baird, D.S. Baker, E.R. Baker, S.C. Balderrama, V.M. Barber, D.P. Barchi, R.H. Barlow, B.T. Barnaby, J.T. Barnes, S.W. Barrett, F.O., III Bartlett, R.J. Batchelder, G.M. Bates, D.J. Bates, J.S., III Bates, R.L.M. Becker, C.H. Becker, L.C. Beiler, M. Beinert, J.P. Bell, J.F. Belz, D.S. Bender, R.H., Jr. Benedict, T.J. Bennett, D.S. Bennett, R.J. Bentley, A.J. Bernhard, M.D. Bernhard, P.I. Best, I.G. Bieshaar, R.D. Bishop, N.J. Black, B.J. BlasĂŠ, R.E. Bode, T.D. Bohlmann, J.E. Bond, C.W., Jr. Bond, M.B. Bonn, T.A.

Class Years 2008 2006-07-08 2003 2001-02-03 2003 2001 1963 1963 1965 1963 1981 1979 1999 1997-98-99 2017 2016-17 1998 1997 1955 1955 1964 1962-63 2002 2000-01-02 1997 1996-97 2013 2011 1966 1964-65 1981 1980-81 2009 2009 1971 1969-70

Class Years 1991 1989-90-91 1996 1994-95-96 1995 1995 1987 1985-86 1978 1977-78 1992 1990 1966 1964-66 2005 2003-04-05 1990 1988 1974 1972 1969 1967-68 1983 1983 2002 2002 2008 2006-07-08 1995 1994 2014 2012 2002 2000-01 1977 1975-76-77 2016 2014-15-16 2008 2006-07-08 1968 1966-67-68 2007 2005-06-07 2007 2007 1982 1980-81-82 2019 2017 2006 2006 2015 2013-14-15 1999 1998-99 2000 1998-99-00 2017 2017 2009 2009 2009 2009 1989 1987-89 1975 1973 1994 1993 1978 1976-78 1963 1961-62-63 2017 2015 1987 1985

Bowling, J. Bowman, E.E. Brady, J.J., Jr. Brandes, J.C. Brattain, J.A. Brereton, J.R. Bringhurst, J.H. Broch, A.M. Brooks, R.A. Brousseau, A.R., III Brown, G.E., Jr. Brown, T.H. Browne, J.M. Browne, N.J. Budnick, J.L. Bullock, R.A. Burdick, J.A. Burger, G.A., Jr. Burke, D.E. Burnett, G.W. Burney, K.D. Butler, H.P.

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2010 1985 1990 1971 1995 1967 2002 1986 1966 1961 1962 1982 1965 2004 1980 1975 2008 1975 1995 1999 1995 1960

2008-09-10 1983-84-85 1989 1969-70-71 1993 1965 2002 1984-85-86 1964-65-66 1961 1960-61 1981-82 1963-64-65 2002-03-04 1979 1974-75 2006 1973 1994 1998 1994-95 1959-60

Name Class Years Callahan, T.P. 1984 1984 Callender, T.M., IV 1990 1988-89-90 Callies, G.C. 2011 2011 Campbell, A.T. 2002 2000-01-02 Capannari, B.J. 2020 2017 Carl, D.H. 1972 1970-72 Carl, K.P. 1975 1973 Carsley, M. 1988 1986-87-88 Case, R.M. 1965 1963-64-65 Casey, B.D. 1997 1996-97 Castellano, K.M. 1965 1964-65 Cavallo, M.B. 1973 1971-72-73 Chang, R.M. 1978 1977-78 Charles, N.M. 2001 1999-00 Chaskin, N.B. 2020 2017 Christensen, E.E. 1964 1962-63 Christensen, E.S., Jr. 1957 1956 Christopher, T.A., Jr. 1967 1965 Christy, D.E. 1962 1962 Christy, R.W. 1959 1958 Claman, J.S. 1960 1958-59-60 Clarke, M.S. 1976 1974-76 Clefton, G.A. 1968 1966-67-68 Clinch, K.D. 1985 1983-84 Cloyd, M.J. 1993 1992-93 Cobb, C.W. 2009 2009 Coffin, T.R. 2016 2014-15-16 Colasacco, B.J. 2017 2017 Cole, V.C. 1989 1989 Coller, R.J., Jr. 1989 1987 Colon, S.W. 1981 1979-80-81 Comly, W.F. 1973 1971-72-73 Comtois, M.C. 1981 1979 Connelly, N.C. 2015 2014-15 Connor, D.R. 1966 1964-65-66 Cook, J.H., III 1957 1955-56 Cook, T.P. 1976 1974-75-76

Coon, P.D. Copeland, J.R. Cornett, C.D. Cosgrove, M.A. Coslick, P.A. Costilow, K.L. Cotton, G.B. Courtney, P.T. Cox, N.H. Crimmins, J.M. Cumming, J.C. Czerwonky, J.H. Czeszynski, A.D.

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Name Daniel, R.B. Dann, W.E. Darcy, J. Dausman, A.D. Davis, A.A. Day, C.P. Day, F.J. deGolian, F.E., III Demers, P.R. Dennis, C.P. DeVuono, A.J. Dewar, D.J., Jr. DiAntonio, D.J. Dickinson, J.C., III Dill, T.J. Dinger, C.M., Jr. Dixon, T.D., Jr. Dods, P.T. Dodson, M.G. Dohm, K.C. Dolan, R.P. Donovan, W.J., Jr. Dowd, V.P. Driskill, S.D. Driver, D.W. DuBois, D.H., II Duenas, J.S. Duncan, A. Dunlop, C.J. Dunne, M.S. Durham, J.L.

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Name Edgar, J.K. Edwards, C. Edwards, M.R. Elders, T.E. Elliott, R.F. Ellis, J.L. Ellis, P.M. Ellsworth, P.J. Elmendorf, G.R. Engel, D.D. Enright, M.P. Ervin, E.T.

1957 1956 1988 1970 2002 1956 1987 1990 2005 1994 1970 1963 1988

1956 1955 1987 1968-69 2002 1955 1985-86-87 1988-89-90 2003 1992-94 1970 1963 1987-88

Class Years 1982 1982 2007 2007 2001 1999-00-01 2000 1998-99-00 1959 1959 1996 1995-96 1966 1965-66 1963 1961-62-63 1986 1986 1979 1978-79 2006 2005-06 1967 1966-67 1975 1973 1959 1959 2005 2005 2012 2011-12 2014 2014 2015 2013 2005 2003-04 2020 2017 1979 1977-78-79 1974 1973 1972 1971 1997 1995-96-97 1965 1964-65 1961 1959-60-61 1995 1992-93-94-95 2010 2008-09-10 2002 2002 1992 1990-92 1970 1968-69-70

Class Years 1969 1968 2010 2008-09-10 1970 1969 1998 1997-98 1968 1966-67-68 2017 2017 1976 1974-75-76 2015 2015 1982 1980 2001 1999-01 1982 1980-81 2004 2004

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2017-18 LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING All-Time Letterwinners Eubanks, C.R. Evans, M.G. Evans, W.A., IV Everett, C.E., Jr. Eves, D.M. Eves, M.M.

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Name Federal, R.K. Felts, W.S., Jr. Field, T., II Filkins, P.C. Finney, P.T. Fischer, E.C. Fish, S.K. Fitzpatrick, D.W. Flaherty, K.C. Flaherty, S.D. Floyd, J.D. Fogarty, F.S. Forsythe, H.C. Francis, T.J. Francis, W.A. Frankovich, P.M. Frawley, R.J. French, K.A. Freney, M.A. Friedewald, F.N. Friedlander, J.A. Fuller, R.H. Fultz, J.M., III Funni, S.D.

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Name Gagnon, T.A. Gallagher, M.P. Gallagher, T.J. Galvin, A.J. Garcia, J.C. Gardner, H.E. Gates, H.H. Gault, M.J. Genter, J.A. George, B.W. Gerbert, A.A. Gerritsen, T.M. Gilbert, L.R., Jr. Gillen, P.M. Givan, G.R. Gladieux, A.P. Glenn, W.B. Gordon, B.D. Gorham, M.R., Jr. Gorman, L.M. Grant, J.A. Gravini, S.M. Green, J.B. Greene, B.C. Greenman, R.P. Gregg, J.S.

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2007 2016 1967 1980 1986 1984

2005-07 2014 1966-67 1978-79-80 1985-86 1984

Class Years 1993 1991-93 1971 1969-70-71 1959 1958 1977 1976-77 1984 1982 1962 1961-62 2014 2012-13-14 2005 2004-05 2004 2002-03-04 2001 1999 2005 2005 1977 1975-76-77 2018 2016-17 2008 2006-07-08 2011 2011 1964 1962-63 1972 1971-72 1979 1977 1961 1960-61 2009 2007-08-09 2011 2011 1958 1958 1962 1960 2006 2006

Class Years 1993 1991-92-93 1993 1993 1974 1972 2009 2009 1995 1995 1960 1958-59-60 1958 1958 1979 1977-78 1980 1978-79-80 1956 1956 2001 1999-00-01 2006 2006 1994 1993-94 2006 2004-05 1981 1979 1997 1995 1987 1985-86 2004 2004 1959 1958-59 1963 1961 1989 1987 1984 1983-84 1976 1974-75-76 1971 1969-70-71 1962 1960-61-62 1966 1965-66

Grubb, W.C., Jr. Guidry, C.D. Gwinn, R.C.

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Name Haber, S.M. Hagen, T.M. Haggerty, B.J. Hall, G.J. Hall, J.S. Hall, S.C. Hamilton, M.D. Hamilton, S.M. Hammer, J.L., III Hanes, I.P. Hannah, T. Hansen, E.L., Jr. Hansen, R.A., Jr. Hansen, W.L. Hanvey, R.E. Harbin, M.A. Harper, C.G. Harrell, G.D. Harris, C.A. Harris, K.M. Harsanyi, G.A. Harty, C.B. Harvey, P.R. Harward, R.S., Jr. Hatcher, W.L., III Haury, S.J. 2012 Hauser, J.N. Hawn, E.J. Hayes, S.P. Hays, R.O. 1960 Heady, R.F. Healy, C.M. Heil, A.A. Hejl, T.A. Hemmelgarn, S.A. Herbert, W. Herron, J.R. Hicks, D.M. Hill, A.W., IV Hill, R.M. Hill, T.B. Hinckley, A.W. Hinds, J.F. Hobaugh, C.O. Holdeman, G.R. Hollander, T.H. Homan, W.F., Jr. Hoover, R.M. Houda, M.J. Howard, B.J. Howard, H.W., III Hudson, J.M., Jr. Hurley, D.P., Jr. Hussey, J.M.

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1970 1992 2008

1969-70 1990-91-92 2007

Class Years 2018 2016-17 1976 1975-76 1998 1996 1989 1987 1997 1995-96-97 1975 1973-74-75 1987 1985-86-87 1988 1988 1962 1962 2009 2007 2008 2008 1960 1959 1961 1961 1963 1961-62 2000 1999-00 1969 1968 2019 2017 1976 1974-75-76 1979 1978-79 1991 1989 1995 1994 2012 2010-11-12 1962 1961-62 1979 1978-79 1971 1971 2012 1962 1960 1993 1991-92-93 2001 1999-00-01 1960 1966 1964 2009 2007-08-09 2006 2005-06 1977 1975-77 1982 1980 2017 2016-17 1984 1983 1983 1981 1999 1998-99 1970 1970 1975 1974 1985 1983 2006 2004 1984 1982 1958 1958 1967 1967 1996 1995-96 1973 1971 2003 2003 1958 1956-58 1990 1988-89 1981 1979-81 1989 1987-88-89 2013 2012

I

Name Irons, R.P., Jr. Irwin, C.S. Ismay, J.D. 1999

J

Name Jaccard, M.D. Jackson, C.I. James, W.C. Johnson, A.P., Jr. Johnson, B.C. Johnson, B.L. Johnson, J.R. Jones, M.K. Jones, T.H., Jr. Jones, T.P. Junek, J.F.

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Name Kanive, R.F.R. Karas, A.J. Kaup, K.L. Keating, J.F. Keener, B. Kelly, M.G. Kendel, M.L. Kennedy, J.M. Kennedy, R.S. Kent, C.R. Kephart, S.K. Kerrigan, M. Kerrisk, J.L., III Keyser, H.N., IV Kezar, B.L. Kiess, M.A. Kijek, C.A. Kimble, R.J., Jr. Kinch, J.M. King, E.M. Kinney, S.D. Kirkpatrick, J.D. Klinke, M.J. Klosterman, R.C. Kluxen, J.J. Knoll, G. Ko, C.S. Kobylk, N.S. Kochenash, F.J. Kolodziejczak, E.L. Koss, A.J. Kowald, C.R. Kozak, K.M. Krajewski, S.J. Kumpis, P.B. Kurlak, W.M. Kuypers, M.A.

Class Years 1955 1955 1997 1996 1999

Class Years 1965 1964 2019 2017 1986 1984 1960 1958 1992 1990 1994 1992-93-94 1992 1990-91 1969 1968 1963 1961-62-63 1985 1984-85 1967 1965

Class Years 1966 1964 2016 2014-15 1963 1961-62 1996 1994-95 1973 1971 1993 1991-92-93 2004 2002-03-04 1982 1981-82 1962 1960-61 2015 2014 1989 1987-88 2010 2008-09-10 2012 2010-11-12 2002 2001 2006 2004-05 1987 1986-87 1995 1994-95 1970 1969-70 1959 1958-59 2011 2009-10-11 1978 1978 1957 1955-56 1996 1995-96 1969 1967 2013 2013 2016 2016 2017 2017 1966 1964 1992 1990-91-92 2015 2014-15 1972 1970-71-72 1986 1984-85 1963 1961-62-63 2011 2009-10-11 1976 1974-75-76 1964 1962-63 1991 1989-90-91


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Name Lamb, J.J. Lampert, M.H. Lane, F.D. Lare, C.J. Larsen, E.H. Laughridge, J. LaVoo, J.A. Lee, J.I. Leech, P.M. Lees, J.E. Leigh, C.T. Lekebusch, A.O. Leong, A.D. Lewis, W.J. Leyland, K.J. Lipfert, R.H. Liska, R.B. Locke, S.J. Lockhart, S.R. Lof, D.V. Longardt, M.G. Longworth, M.W. Lopez, A.I. Lottes, W.R. Lovejoy, J.E. Lowe, S.D. Luengen, D.W. Luker, R.A. Lundahl, D.C., Jr. Lundeen, G.A. Lundell, R.H. Lydon, J.M. Lyons, W.D.

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Name MacKenzie, A. Mackenzie, R.H. Madey, S.L., Jr. Madrid, M.S. Malandrino, G.P. Mansfield, P.B. Marbain, M.D. Marcells, A.J. Markley, T.C. Marshall, J.A. Martin, R.J. Matacz, M.G. Matasic, D.S. Mathewson, R., Jr. Matthews, T.P. Mattox, M.W. McCarthy, E.T. McCloskey, K.J. McCloskey, S.K. McCook, C.J. McCreary, J.D. McCullough, M.L. McCullough, M.S. McDonald, M.J.

Class Years 1963 1963 2006 2006 1973 1971-72 2001 2001 2003 2001-02-03 2013 2011-12 1962 1960-61-62 2009 2007-08-09 2017 2015-16 2012 2010-11 2015 2014 1959 1958-59 2001 2001 1970 1968-69 2017 2014-15-16 1966 1964 1965 1964 2003 2003 1991 1990-91 1994 1994 1968 1966 1971 1969-70 1995 1995 1972 1971 1959 1958-59 1955 1955 1971 1969-70-71 1962 1962 1997 1995 1975 1974-75 1976 1974 1996 1994-95-96 2007 2005-06-07

Class Years 1991 1989-90-91 1994 1992 1970 1970 2014 2014 1998 1997-98 1978 1978 1958 1958 1994 1992-93 1967 1966 2012 2010-11-12 1965 1965 1978 1977-78 2014 2012-13 1992 1990-91-92 1983 1982-83 1995 1993-94-95 1977 1976 1993 1991-92 1978 1976-77-78 2007 2005 1991 1989-90-91 1958 1958 1960 1959 2007 2007

McDowell, R.W. McElwee, T.A. McFarlane, H.J. McGarrah, J.M. McGee, G.C. McGovern, T.F. McGowen, W.R. McGuigan, A.P. McGuigan, B.T. McKee, R.M. McKenney, P.J. McNeer, E.M. McNish, J.E. Medford, C.M. Medve, M.S. Meer, K.A. Melanson, L.M., III Memminger, L.D. Merz, W.R. Michel, J.P. Miles, D.L. Miller, R.J. Miller, R.L. Miller, R.P., Jr. Miller, T. Mills, B.J. Milo, J.P.R. Minifie, C.D. Minzenmayer, B. Moffett, L.R. Moll, D.R. Monahan, M.J. Montanus, P.D. Montgomery, J.M. Mooney, M.H. Moore, R.S. Moore, R.S., Jr. Moreland, D.B. Mores, W. Moriarty, T.M. Morken, D.J. Morris, J.C., Jr. Morris, W.T., III Morrissey, M.F. Morrissey, P.T. Mott, K.S. Mulholland, W.M. Murphy, M.J.

N

Name Nadal, G.J. Nagel, C.H. Navarro, J. Netzer, H.J. Newman, M.S. Niemiec, P.J. Niewoehner, B.J. Niewoehner, R.J. Nimitz, S.C. Norton, S.R. Nowakowski, K.

1981 2014 1991 1973 1997 1986 1959 2017 2017 2002 1983 2006 1955 2011 1985 1997 2000 1976 1986 2006 1961 1968 1974 1970 2008 2010 2008 1993 1985 2015 1998 1997 1989 1998 2003 1961 1970 1973 1986 1990 1996 1961 1966 1986 1986 2010 1968 2011

1979-81 2012 1990 1971-72-73 1995 1984-85-86 1959 2015-16-17 2016-17 2001-02 1981-82-83 2005 1955 2009-10-11 1984 1997 1997-98-99-00 1974-75 1984-85 2004-06 1961 1967 1972-73 1969-70 2008 2010 2007-08 1991-92-93 1983-84-85 2013-14-15 1996-97-98 1995 1988-89 1997-98 2001 1960-61 1968-69 1972 1986 1988-89 1995-96 1960-61 1964-65-66 1984-85-86 1985 2009-10 1966-67-68 2010-11

Class Years 2013 2013 2013 2012-13 1981 1979-80-81 1974 1972-73-74 1988 1986-87 2013 2011 2017 2017 1981 1980 1976 1975-76 2007 2005-07 2014 2013

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Name Ockwood, J.G. Odell, P.G. Offer, D.F. Olds, R.B., Jr. Oliveria, D.K. Orser, W.S. Ott, J.R. Overfield, N.W. Oyler, P.C.

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Name Parker, N.G. Patel, S.K. Pattison, J.W. Patton, G.A. Paul, J.M. Paul, T.J. Payne, M.T. Pearce, J.W. Peck, A.S. Pedersen, D.T. Pelstring, S. Penman, A. Penrod, R.A. Pentaleri, M.J. Perdew, H.T. Peterman, A.J. Peterson, R.A., III Phillips, B.C. Phillips, M.D. Phillips, T.B. Pierson, R.L. Piguet, A.L. Pike, T.A. Pinkham, C.T. Plummer, I.J. Plyler, C.A., Jr. Pochron, B.J. Poireir, M.T. Poluektov, I.A. Price, D.E. Priebe, T.R. Provencher, M.T. Prueher, J.W. Puffer, M.T.

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Name Rajmaira, P.S. Ransom, T.S. Reader, J.N. Recalde, M.E. Riccuiti, A. Richardson, J.C. Richardson, J.M. Rigler, M.F. Ritz, K.L. Rivera, C.M.

Class Years 1992 1990-91 1962 1960-61 1974 1973 1984 1982-83-84 1975 1974-75 1966 1964 2003 2002-03 1961 1961 2002 2000-01-02

Class Years 1960 1959-60 2014 2014 1969 1967-68 1982 1982 2010 2009-10 2012 2010-11-12 2001 1999-00-01 1962 1961 2003 2001-02-03 1981 1979-80 1971 1969-70-71 2008 2008 2006 2006 2017 2015 1992 1990 2016 2016 1984 1983 1994 1992-93-94 1985 1985 1989 1987-88-89 1965 1964-65 1998 1996-97-98 2000 1998 1958 1958 2006 2006 1968 1966-67-68 1978 1977 1983 1982-83 1988 1986 1978 1977 1958 1956-58 1993 1991-92-93 1964 1963-64 1998 1998

Class Years 2000 1998-99-00 1984 1984 2013 2011 2007 2007 1987 1985 1996 1994-95-96 1982 1980-81 2003 2001-02 1979 1977 2005 2003-04-05

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2007 2010 2005 1968 1961 1960 1985 1988 2007 2012 1990 2013 2010 1999 2004 1973

2007 2010 2005 1966-67-68 1959 1959-60 1983 1988 2006-07 2012 1988-89 2011-12-13 2010 1997 2002 1971-72-73

Name Class Years Sabbatini, C.J. 2002 2001 Santelli, J.E., III 2009 2007-08-09 Santiago, J.A. 2001 1999-00-01 Schaefer, T.A. 1984 1983-84 Scharp, B. 2010 2008-09 Scherrer, J.C. 1974 1974 Scheu, P.S. 2002 2000 Schissler, P.F., Jr. 1967 1965-66-67 Schlaepfer, A.H. 1983 1981-82-83 Schlaepfer, W.P. 1977 1975-76-77 Schneck, A.E. 1973 1972-73 Schneckenburger, J. 2011 2010 Schultz, C.J. 2014 2012-14 Schutta, A.J. 2018 2015-16-17 Sewell, C.M. 1998 1997 Sharp, A.V. 1979 1977-78 Sheppard, R.H. 1977 1977 Sherlock, C.A. 2004 2002-03 Shirey, M.F. 2018 2016-17 Simmons, E.C. 1969 1967-68-69 Simpson, C.G. 1990 1989 Sims, M.E. 1982 1980 Sitarski, C.J. 1983 1981-82-83 Sitler, S.D. 1971 1969 Skeen, N.J. 2016 2014-15-16 Skelley, P.W. 2012 2012 Skinner, B.W. 2019 2016-17 Slowikowski, D.F., Jr. 1982 1980-81-82 Smelser, G.E. 1995 1993-94 Smith, C.G. 1990 1988-89-90 Smith, C.R. 1981 1980-81 Smith, C.S. 1982 1981-82 Smith, H.J., Jr. 1960 1960 Smith, J.C. 2002 2002 Smith, J.R. 2006 2004-05-06 Smith, L., Jr. 1964 1962-63 Smith, M. 2010 2008-09-10 Smith, N.C. 1998 1996-97-98 Smith, R.G. 1973 1972-73 Smith, R.H. 1961 1959-60-61 Smith, T.M. 1996 1994-95-96 Snead, J.C. 1973 1971-72-73 Snow, S. 2011 2011

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Snyder, D.J. Snyder, T.P. Sopko, J.J. Spear, J.I. Speer, D.P. Spence, J.G. Spoja, M.T. Stanley, J.W. Stauder, R.W. Steinke, P.D. Stepko, M. Stewart, N.J. Stickle, E.T., Jr. Stockton, J.D. Stonaker, K.W. Stone, D.D. Strader, J.T. Strauser, G. Strobel, G.J. Stumcke, F.B., Jr. Sullivan, W.M., III Syring, J.D. Szerdy, D.S.

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Name Taranta, E.C. Tarrant, C.R. Taylor, C.H. Tettlebach, F.M. Thornton, W.A. Tippett, S.W. Torres, R.T. Treiber, G.E. Tresansky, A.C. Treubert, A.C. Turner, J.W. Turner, R.J. Twohig, G.J.

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Name Urey, P.D.

V

Name Valaik, M.J. Vallhonrat, C.L. Vargas, A.M. Vaughan, R.E. Villalobos, L.E. Villani, P.J. Vogeler, K.A., III Vonderheide, C.M. Vuillet, W.M. Vukelich, J.

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Name Wahl, M.J.

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1987 1983 2005 2015 1999 2007 2007 1967 1989 1971 2009 2004 1998 2006 1998 1975 1979 1988 2010 1958 1968 1985 2002

1985-86 1983 2003-04-05 2013-14-15 1997 2005-06-07 2005-06-07 1965-67 1987-88 1969-70 2008-09 2002-03-04 1997-98 2006 1996-97-98 1973-74-75 1977-78-79 1986-87-88 2010 1958 1966-67-68 1983 2002

Class Years 2002 2000-01-02 2020 2017 1975 1973 1981 1979-80-81 1974 1973 1979 1978-79 1983 1982 1964 1964 2013 2011-12-13 2018 2015-16-17 1959 1958-59 1991 1989 2003 2001

Class Years 1982 1980-81-82

Class Years 1988 1987-88 1993 1993 2017 2015 1963 1963 1993 1991-92-93 2016 2016 1964 1963 2004 2002-03-04 2005 2003-04-05 2009 2008-09

Class Years 1974 1974

Wakeley, W.H. Walker, C.L., Jr. Walsh, M.C. Walsh, S.M. Ward, C.A. Wardlaw, W.E. Warner, W.B. Washburn, H.D. Washburn, W.E. Washkewicz, E.M. Watler, P.K. Weaver, K.T., II Webster, E.C. Webster, J.A., Jr. Weires, J.E. Wellington, J.A. Wells, R.A. Werner, E.E. Wessing, D.G. Westcott, R.E. Westfall, C.D. Whalen, R.F., Jr. Wharton, J.M. Whetstone, M.R. White, B.D. White, C.N. White, M.J. Wilder, T.Y. Willats, S.J. Williams, A.K. Williams, A.P., Jr. Williams, B.M. Williamson, S.P. Wilson, R.A. Wince, R.C. Winter, J.S. Witt, T.C. Wnek, F.M. Wood, G.L., III Woods, R.P. Woods, W.H. Woodward, J.L., Jr. Woodworth, G.P., Jr.

Y

Name Yachanin, A.S. Yandell, L.A. Yarberry, R.L. Yates, J.A. Young, J.L., III Yow, J.T.

Z

Name Zarracina, A.L. Zarracina, M.L. Zecca, M.J. Zimbelman, D.D.

1981 1957 2017 2016 1980 1972 1994 2004 2012 2013 2019 1976 1986 1956 1984 1969 2008 2008 1981 1970 1974 1998 1986 2019 1994 2015 2007 1987 1972 1960 1957 2004 2017 1963 1988 1989 2011 1971 1976 2017 1989 1978 1962

1980-81 1956 2015-16 2014-15-16-17 1979 1970 1992 2002-03-04 2011-12 2012 2017 1974-75-76 1985-86 1955-56 1982 1967 2006-07-08 2006 1980 1968-69 1972-73 1997 1986 2017 1993-94 2013-14 2007 1985 1970-71-72 1960 1956 2000-03-04 2016 1962-63 1986 1988 2009-11 1970 1976 2017 1987-88-89 1978 1961-62

Class Years 2014 2014 1962 1961-62 1978 1976-77-78 2017 2017 2001 1999-00-01 2000 1999

Class Years 2004 2002 2001 1999-00-01 2008 2006 1991 1989-90-91


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