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2013 NAVY LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING 2012-13 Schedule

Date Opponent Oct. 7 Occoquan Challenge Oct. 13 Navy Day Regatta Oct. 21 Head of the Charles Oct. 28 Princeton Chase March 23 at Princeton March 30 vs. Yale April 6 Columbia April 13 at Georgetown April 20 at Harvard April 27 Penn May 19 EARC Sprints June 2 IRA National Championship

Site Fairfax, Va. Philadelphia, Pa. Boston, Mass. Princeton, N.J. Princeton, N.J. Princeton, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Washington, D.C. Boston, Mass. Annapolis, Md. Worcester, Mass. Sacramento, Calif.

Time/Result 2nd of 7 1st of 7 8th of 18 7th of 27 10 a.m. 3 p.m. 7 a.m. 9 a.m. 7 .m. 7 a.m. All Day All Day

All times Eastern, subject to change

Table of Contents

Lightweight Schedule / Quick Facts 1 Coaching Staff 2 Roster 3 Midshipmen Profiles 4-8 2012 Spring Results 9 Lightweight Rowing History 10 Navy in International Competition 11 Yearly Trophy Race Results 12 Yearly Championship Regatta Results 13

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

Annapolis, Md. October 10, 1845 4,400 Midshipmen, Mids Navy Blue and Gold Vice Adm. Michael H. Miller, USN Capt. Robert E. Clark II, USN Chet Gladchuk www.navysports.com

Lightweight Crew 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. Freshman Officer Rep. Faculty Rep. Sport Administrator Office Phone E-Mail Assoc. Dir. of Rowing & Boatman Office Phone E-Mail Rowing SID Office Phone E-Mail Mailing Address

Steve Perry Rutgers ’01 Fourth sperry@usna.edu (410) 293-2418 Joe Federici Rutgers ‘05 First federici@usna.edu (410) 293-2417 Lt. Cmdr. David Schopler, USN Lt. Pat Anderson, USN Lt. Justin Accomando, USN Dave Davis (410) 293-8741 ddavis@usna.edu Chris Allsopp (410) 293-5007 allsopp@usna.edu Jeff Barnes (410) 293-8771 barnes@usna.edu Ricketts Hall 566 Brownson Rd. Annapolis, MD 21401

2013 Navy Rowing Media Guide The 2013 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 Jeff Barnes. 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.

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2013 NAVY LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING Steve Perry

Joe Federici

Head Coach Fourth season Rutgers ‘01

Assistant Coach First season Rutgers ‘05

At Navy • 2012-13 will be Perry’s fourth year has head coach of lightweight rowing and sixth season, overall, at Navy. • Perry was named Navy’s head lightweight coach in August 2009 after spending four years as lightweight head coach at Dartmouth. • Last season, he helped the varsity four win the title at the IRA National Championships...The win at the event marked the second gold medal for Navy in the varsity four since 2007. • 2012-13 will be his 14th year coaching in the EARC lightweight league. • Led the varsity eight to the runner-up spot at the 2010 IRA National Championship. • In his first year as head coach in 2010, the Mids boasted a regular-season record of 14-7, and won the Johnson Cup (vs. Yale) and Callow Trophy (vs. Penn). • As the lightweight assistant coach at Navy from 2003-05, he coached the first freshman boat to an impressive 33-1 record during his three years on staff. • He mentored the Mids’ first freshmen boat to first-place finishes at the Eastern Sprints Championship in 2003 and `05, while helping the second freshmen boat to three-consecutive Eastern Sprints titles. Coaching Prior to Navy • Perry was the head coach of Dartmouth College Lightweight Crew for four years and guided the Big Green to a 15-7 record during his tenure. • In 2007, he was named the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges Coach of the Year after his first varsity boat won the Eastern Sprints Championship for the third time in school history and would later place fourth at the IRA National Championship. • Led the varsity eight to the EARC and Ivy League championships. • He also helped Dartmouth claim the Biglin Bowl cup over Harvard and MIT, which equaled the number of wins by the Big Green over the Crimson in the race’s first-54 years. • Before his first arrival in Annapolis, Perry spent two seasons at Rutgers (2000-01) and one season at Penn (2002) as lightweight assistant coach. • With the Scarlet Knights, he produced an 11-6 record with the first freshmen crew, including a fifth-place finish at the Eastern Sprints Championship. • During his lone season at Penn, he led the Quakers’ first freshmen boat to a 5-2 record - their first winning season in 10 years.

Joe Federici joined the Navy staff in July 2012 and works primarily with the freshman crews. He came to the Naval Academy after spending four years as head coach of the lightweight rowing club team at the University of Delaware. Federici had a successful tenure in his four years at Delaware as he guided the Blue Hens to several titles at some of the sport’s top regattas. In 2009 and 2012, he led the team’s top crew to gold medals at the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships. Federici also mentored Blue Hen crews to several strong showings at the prestigious Dad Vail Regatta as in 2009, the top crew took home the gold medal while the first varsity claimed silver at the event this past spring. In 2011, Federici was named the American Collegiate Rowing Association’s Mid-Atlantic All-Regional Coach of the Year. Under his tutelage, several team members have been invited to compete in various USRowing Under-23 National Lightweight team camps. Federici attended Rutgers University where he was a member of the lightweight rowing team for four years. As a senior in 2004-05, he served as captain and was named the team’s most valuable athlete. After graduating from Rutgers in 2005 with degrees in both history and political science, Federici went on to earn his J.D. from the university in 2008.

U.S. National Coaching History • Perry worked with the U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Rowing Team in 2008 and `09. • In the summer of 2009, he served as the head sweep rowing coach, where he selected, prepared and trained the silver medal-winning women’s eight boat at the Under-23 World Championship in Racice, Czech Republic. • In 2008, he served as assistant sweep rowing coach and helped the women’s eight crew win the gold medal at the Under-23 World Championship in Brandenburg, Germany. Rowing History • Perry graduated from Rutgers in 2001 and spent four years with the lightweight crew team - three of which he was a first varsity oarsman. • He served as the team captain in 1999, during which the Scarlet Knights won the silver medal at the IRA National Championship. • In 2001, he traveled with the Rutgers varsity crew to compete in the Henley Regatta and Britannia Cup. • Three years prior (1998), his New York Athletic Club’s lightweight eight boat won several national championships, as well as the Henley Regatta. • He was a four-year oarsman Woodbridge High School in Woodbridge, Va.

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2013 NAVY LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING 2012-13 Lightweight Rowing Rosters 2013 Varsity Roster

Name

Bret Anstett Austin Bentley Nick Connelly Timothy Dixon Patrick Dods Phillip Ellsworth Jake Felton Seamus Fish Matthew Huffman Joseph Hussey Chris Kent James Kluxen Evan Kolodziejczak James Laughridge Christopher Leigh Michael Madrid David Matasic Thomas McElwee Liam Moffett Gregory Nadal Capshaw Nagel Krystyna Nowakowski Patrick O’Boyle Sahil Patel J.C. Russell James Saylor Cyle Schultz Patrick Shaw Philip Song Jordan Spear Andrew Tresansky Eric Waskewicz Conor White Alex Yachanin 2013 Freshman Roster

Name

Madison Beiler Helena Cheslack Thomas Coffin Mitchell Evans Darren Freedman Michael Harding Drew Hettenbach Anthony Holl Andrew Karas Gabriel Knoll Christine La Anson Liu Joshua Mokracek Sean O’Donnell Evan Phillips Andrew Peterman Christopher Rizman Nicholas Skeen Travis Thorn Phillip Villani Stephen Walsh

Cl. Sr. So. So. Jr. So. So. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. So. So. Sr. Sr. So. Jr.

Cl. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

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5-10 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-11 5-1 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-7 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-0 6-2 5-4 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-1

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5-1 5-5 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-1 5-7 5-2 5-8 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-2

Hometown/High School

Bloomfield Hills, Mich./Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Mukilteo, Wash./Kamiak West Chester, Pa./Delaware Country Christian Shaker Heights, Ohio/Shaker Heights Linwood, N.J./Mainland Regional Middletown, N.J./High Technology Phoenix, Ariz./Boulder Creek New Hope, Pa./The Lawrenceville School Virginia Beach, Va./Arlington Goshen, Ind./Goshen Lynnfield, Mass./Phillips Academy Hamilton, N.J./Steinert Moorestown, N.J./St. Joseph’s Prep Maitland, Fla./Lyman Carlsbad, Calif./La Costa Canyon Vancouver, Wash./Home School West Chester, Pa./Malvern Prep Wayne, Pa./Conestoga High School/St. Joseph’s Univ. Buffalo, N.Y./Canisius Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif./Peninsula Butte, Alaska/Colony Buffalo, N.Y./Nichols School Pennington, N.J./The Hun School King George, Va./King George Vancouver, Wash./Portland Christian Owings Mills, Md./St. Paul’s Las Vegas, Nev./Liberty Grove City, Pa./Grove City Area Fairfax, Va./Thomas Jefferson Chicago, Ill./Latin School of Chicago Trenton, N.J./Notre Dame West Orange, N.J./West Orange Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla./The Bolles School Richmond, Va./Godwin

Hometown/High School

Seattle, Wash./Holy Names Academy Delray Beach, Fla./Atlantic Community Crofton, Md./Arundel Mason, Ohio/William Mason East Windsor, N.J./Hightstown Blacksburg, Va./Hargrave Military Academy Johns Creek, Ga./The McCallie School (Tenn.) Manassas, Va./Seton School Amherst, N.Y./Canisius East Amherst, N.Y./Canisius Aurora, Colo./Regis Jesuit Freemont, Calif./Mission San Jose Soldotna, Alaska/Soldotna Carlsbad, Calif./La Costa Canyon Dekalb, Ill./Dekalb Bettendorf, Iowa/Bettendorf Wall, N.J./Christian Brothers Academy Orlando, Fla./Thomas Jefferson Loudonville, N.Y./Shaker Albertson, N.Y./Chaminade Southborough, Mass./St. John’s

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Bret Anstett

James Laughridge

Senior • Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Orchard Lake St. Mary’s At Navy: • Rowed in the bow seat of the varsity lightweight four and rowed in the four seat of the freshman first boat in 2010 Prior to Navy: • Won three consecutive rowing Michigan high school state championships (2007-09) while attending Orchard Lake St. Mary’s • Earned two letters in skiing, garnering All-Catholic and all-academic honors Personal: • Son of David and Amy Anstett

Senior • Maitland, Fla. Lyman

At Navy: • Part of the first varsity in 2012 • Rowed with the second varsity crew as a sophomore Prior to Navy: • Garnered two varsity letters in cross country at Lyman High School • Also rowed for Orlando Area Rowing Society Personal: • Son of Mark and Debra

Gregory Nadal

Joseph Hussey

Senior • Goshen, Ind. Goshen At Navy: • Rowed in the second varsity in 2012 • Part of the fourth varsity boat that went undefeated in 2011, including a first-place finish at the Eastern Sprints • Rowed in the second seat of the second freshman boat in 2010, going undefeated and taking first place at the Eastern Sprints Prior to Navy: • Earned four varsity letters in tennis and one in basketball Personal: • Son of John and Theresa

Senior • Racho Palos Verdes, Calif. Peninsula At Navy: • Competed in the fourth varsity in 2011 Prior to Navy: • Rowed for Long Beach Junior Crew for three years and served as team captain in 2009 Personal: • Son of James and Amelia • Sister, Sara, rowed at Navy for two years and sister, Rebecca, rowed for four years at Yale

Capshaw Nagel

James Kluxen

Senior • Hamilton, N.J. Steinert At Navy: • Competed in the third varsity in 2011 Before Navy: • Rowed for the Mercer Junior Rowing Club • Attended Steinert High School Personal: • Son of John and Diane

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Senior • Butte, Alaska Colony

At Navy: • Competed in the second varsity in 2012 • Rowed in the fourth of the third varsity boat in 2011 Prior to Navy: • Earned three varsity letters in wrestling and one in football at Colony High School Personal: • Son of Peter and Mary ... father, Peter, played soccer at Yale

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J.C. Russell

Eric Washkewicz

Senior • Vancouver, Wash. Portland Christian At Navy: • Member of the first varsity crew in 2012 • Rowed in the third seat of the first varsity boat as a sophomore in 2011 • Sat in the stroke seat of the first varsity boat as a freshman Prior to Navy: • Earned four varsity letters in rowing and was named team captain for three consecutive years (2007-09) Personal: • Son of Jim and Christina

Senior • West Orange, N.J. West Orange

At Navy: • Competed in the third varsity crew in 2012 • Rowed in the second seat of the third varsity boat as a sophomore in 2011 • Rowed in the bow seat of the second freshman boat that took first place at the Eastern Sprints in 2010 Prior to Navy: • Earned four varsity letters in wrestling and was a three-time all-conference selection (2007-09) ... captained the wrestling and cross country teams as a senior Personal: • Son of Joseph and Theresa

Tim Dixon

James Saylor

Junior • Shaker Heights, Ohio Shaker Heights

Senior • Owings Mills, Md. St. Paul’s At Navy: • Rowed in the seventh seat of the of the fourth varsity boat in 2011 and in the second freshman boat in 2010 Prior to Navy: • Earned four varsity letters in cross country and two in rowing ... helped the cross country team to a conference title in 2006 • Garnered all-conference honors in cross country in 2007 and ‘08 Personal: • Son of Lyle and Gloriana

At Navy: • Rowed in the three seat of the first freshman boat in 2011 and in the third varsity in 2012 Prior to Navy: • Four-year varsity letterwinner in swimming at Shaker Heights High School ... Helped the swim team to four consecutive league titles Personal: • Son of Tim and Yvonne

Andrew Tresansky

Seamus Fish

Senior • Trenton, N.J. Notre Dame

At Navy: • Competed in the first varsity boat in 2012 • Rowed in the sixth seat of the second varsity boat as a sophomore in 2011 and in second freshman boat in 2010 Prior to Navy: • Three-year varsity letterwinner in track, cross country and swimming at Notre Dame High School in Lawrenceville, N.J. Personal: • Son of Tom and Eileen

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Junior • New Hope, Pa. The Lawrenceville School At Navy: • Competed in the second varsity in 2012 • Rowed in the seven seat of the first freshman boat in 2011 Prior to Navy: • Earned three varsity letters in cross country and two in rowing in the varsity eight boat • Part of the boat that won a gold medal at the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Championships in 2010 and qualifying for the USRowing Youth Nationals

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Matthew Huffman

Thomas McElwee

Junior • Virignia Beach Arlington

At Navy: • Member of the third varsity crew as a sophomore • Rowed in the four seat of the first freshman boat in 2010 Prior to Navy: • Four-year varsity letterwinner in soccer, three-time letterwinner in cross country and earned one letter in wrestling ... captained the soccer and cross country teams as a senior Personal: • Father, Greg, is a 1989 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy

Junior • Wayne, Pa. Conestoga • St. Joseph’s Univ. At Navy: • Competed in the varsity boat as a sophomore in 2012 • Rowed in the stroke seat of the third varsity eight in 2011 Prior to Navy: • Four-year letterwinner in rowing at Conestoga High School • Placed third in the lightweight double at the 2007 USRowing Youth Nationals and finished fourth in the U-23 lightweight double at the ‘09 Canadian Henley Regatta • Won the Canadian Schoolboy National Championships in the senior quad in 2008

Michael Madrid

Krystyna Nowakowski

Junior • Vancouver, Wash. Home School At Navy: • Part of the fourth varsity crew in 2012 • Rowed in the stroke seat of the second freshman boat that took first place at the 2011 Eastern Sprints Prior to Navy: • Ran track in high school and also competed with the Vancouver Lake Crew team in Vancouver, Wash. Personal: • Son of Ramon and Kendra

Junior • Buffalo, N.Y. Nichols School At Navy: • Coxswain of the first freshman boat in 2012

David Matasic

Patrick O’Boyle

Junior • West Chester, Pa. Malvern Prep At Navy: • Bow seat of the varsity crew in 2012 • Sat in the stroke seat of the first freshman boat in 2011 Prior to Navy: • Bowed the varsity lightweight four at Malvern Prep as a senior to the Philadelphia City Championship, Stotesbury Championship, and SRA Championship • Sat in the stroke seat of the lightweight four that won the Stontesbury Championship as a junior

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Junior • Pennington, N.J. The Hun School At Navy: • Member of the third varsity crew in 2012 • Rowed in the first freshman boat in 2011 Prior to Navy: • Earned varsity letters in several sports at The Hun School of Princeton ... Varsity letterwinner in cross country (three), crew (three) and swimming (one)

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Sahil Patel

Austin Bentley

Junior • King George, Va. King George At Navy: • Rowed in the fourth varsity boat in 2012 • Coxswain of the second varsity boat as a freshman Prior to Navy: • Competed in cross country and track at King George High School Personal: • Son of Kinshuk and Bena

Sophomore • Mukilteo, Wash. Kamiak At Navy: • Rowed in the first freshman boat Prior to Navy: • Rowed for the Everett Rowing Association, competing in the 2009 and ’11 Northwest Regional Championships • Attended Kamiak High School Personal: • Son of Jeffrey and Allyson

Nick Connelly

Cyle Schultz

Sophomore • West Chester, Pa. Delaware County Christian

Junior • Las Vegas, Nev. Liberty At Navy: • Member of the second varsity crew in 2012 Prior to Navy: • Competed in the Nevada track & field state championships in the 800M • Named Athlete of the year in 2010 and scholar athlete all four years ... earned a total of nine varsity letters

At Navy: • Rowed in the second freshman boat in 2012 Prior to Navy: • Four-year varsity letterwinner in cross country and three-year letterwinner in wrestling at Delaware County Christian School … captained both teams as a senior Personal: • Son of Patrick and Terri

Alex Yachanin

Jake Felton

Junior • Richmond, Va. Godwin

At Navy: • Competed in the third varsity boat as a sophomore • Rowed with the first freshman boat in 2011 Prior to Navy: • Four year letterwinner in tennis that helped lead Godwin to the 2009 Virginia state championship ... also earned three varsity letters in golf Personal: • Son of Joseph and Monica

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Sophomore • Phoenix, Ariz. Boulder Creek At Navy: • Rowed in the second varsity boat as a plebe Prior to Navy: • Varsity letterwinner in cross country (two) and track (three) at Boulder Creek High School

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Chris Kent

Sophomore • Lynnfield, Mass. Phillips Academy At Navy: • Rowed in the bow seat of the first freshman boat in 2012 Prior to Navy: • Was part of the rowing and hockey teams at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass. Personal: • Son of Robert and Elizabeth

Evan Kolodziejczak

Sophomore • Morrestown, N.J. St. Joseph’s Prep At Navy: • Rowed in the first freshman boat Prior to Navy: • Attended St. Joseph’s Prep School Personal: • Son of Stanley and Donna

Phillip Song

Sophomore • Fairfax, Va. Thomas Jefferson At Navy: • Rowed in the stroke seat of the second freshman crew Prior to Navy: • Competed in crew at Thomas Jefferson High School

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2013 NAVY LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING 2012 Spring Results Princeton First Varsity Second Varsity First Freshman Joe Murtaugh Cup Princeton - 5:57.2 Navy - 6:19.6 Princeton - 6:04.1 March 24 Navy - 6:02.5 Princeton - 6:20.6 Navy - 6:10.2 Annapolis, Md.

Third Varsity Navy - 6:28.5 Navy 4V - 6:37.7 Princeton - 6:41.8

Yale First Varsity Second Varsity First Freshman Eads Johnson Trophy Yale - 6:09.32 Yale - 6:16.53 Yale - 6:25.09 March 31 Navy - 6:18.29 Navy - 6:20.68 Navy - 6:50.71 Princeton, N.J.

Third Varsity Yale - 6:35.15 Navy - 6:37.75 Navy 2F - 6:38.45

Columbia First Varsity April 7 Columbia - 6:30.2 Ridgefield Park, N.J. Navy - 6:44.4

Second & Third Varsity First Freshman Navy 2V - 6:27.1 Navy - 6:32.3 Columbia - 6:29.4 Columbia - 6:32.7 Navy 3V - 6:45.7

Fours Navy B - 7:33.7 Navy A - 7:34.9 Columbia - 7:56.6

Georgetown, Delaware First Varsity April 14 Georgetown - 6:15.84 Annapolis, Md. Navy - 6:20.51 Delaware - 6:29.73

Second Varsity Navy - 6:26.74 Delaware - 6:32.31 Georgetown - 6:36.04 Navy 3V - 6:37.88

Fours Navy B - 7:32.17 Navy A - 7:43.36 Georgetown - 7:55.34 Delaware - 8:02.9

First Freshman Navy - 6:25.73 Navy 2F - 6:31.56 Delaware - 6:35.14 Georgetown - 6:42.82

Second Freshman Navy - 6:29.9 Princeton - 6:32.7

Harvard First Varsity Second Varsity First Freshman April 21 Harvard - 6:11.0 Navy - 6:28.1 Harvard - 6:22.1 Annapolis, Md. Navy - 6:14.4 Harvard - 6:38.2 Navy - 6:32.6

Third Varsity Navy - 6:38.6 Harvard - 6:43.1 Navy 4V - 6:57.0

Penn First Varsity Second Varsity April 28 Navy - 6:01.1 Navy - 6:09.1 Philadelphia, Pa. Penn - 6:09.5 Penn - 6:25.3

First Freshman Navy - 6:06.9 Penn - 6:15.5 Navy 2F - 6:27.2

Third Varsity Navy - 6:16.1 Penn - 6:33.3

Eastern Sprints First Varsity May 13 Petite Final (8th overall) Worcester, Mass. Columbia - 6:20.859 Navy - 6:28.516 Penn - 6:38.160 Fourth Varsity Grand Final (4th overall) Harvard - 6:06.418 Brown - 6:08.516 Navy (HW) - 6:09.061 Navy (LW) - 6:40.658

First Freshman Grand Final (5th overall) Yale - 6:20.334 Princeton - 6:24.918 Harvard - 6:26.215 Cornell - 6:32.946 Navy - 6:33.808 Dartmouth - 6:39.794

Third Varsity Second Freshman Grand Final (3rd overall) Grand Final (2nd overall) Cornell - 6:33.209 Harvard - 6:33.407 Harvard - 6:42.321 Navy - 6:36.732 Navy - 6:47.346 Princeton - 6:38.353 Dartmouth - 6:50.098 MIT - 6:57.409 Yale - 6:58.430 Dartmouth - 6:58.679 Princeton - 7:03.107

IRA National Championships June 2, 2012 Camden, N.J.

Second Varsity Grand Final (4th overall) Yale - 6:09.615 Cornell - 6:11.602 Columbia - 6:13.809 Navy - 6:16.120 Princeton - 6:20.788 Dartmouth - 6:24.303

Second Freshman Harvard - 6:45.0 Navy - 6:51.4

Varsity Four Grand Final (1st overall) Navy - 6:18.126 Cornell - 6:20.519 Wisconsin - 6:21.931 Yale - 6:25.215 Harvard - 6:25.759 MIT - 6:28.804

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2013 NAVY LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING 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.

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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. Team later wins both the Haines Cup (Harvard) and the Callow Cup (Penn) and take fifth place at the EARC Sprints Championship. 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. 1987 Patrick Manion takes over as head coach Navy lightweight crew team. First plebe boat wins bronze medal at the EARC Sprints. 1988 The Navy lightweights have a 2-2 record in winning the Callow Cup (Penn) and placing fourth at the EARC Sprints.

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 IRA National Championship. Second varsity 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 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.

1991 Mike Hughes takes over as head coach of Navy lightweight crew team.

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

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

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.

2008 Navy landed all five of its boats in the grand finals at the Eastern Sprints, winning in the second varsity, third varsity and second freshman races. The Midshipmen went on to finish second in the grand finals of both the varsity eight and varsity four with coxswain races at the IRA National Championship.

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. 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.

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2009 Under head coach Nick Baker, the Midshipmen went 4-3 and won the Callow Cup for the ninthstraight year. Navy completed the year with a fourth-place showing at the Eastern Sprints and sixth-place effort at the IRA National Championship. 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. 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.

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2013 NAVY LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING NAVY REPRESENTING THE U.S. NATIONAL TEAM Joseph Baldwin ‘61

Men’s 8+, 1960 Olympics

Andy Bigelow ‘84 Julian Bowling ’10

Olympic Dev 4+

1997 World Rowing Championship;

1999 Pan Am Games

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

William C. Jordan ‘21

Men’s 8+

Lightweight Men’s 4

2010 Lucerne World Cup Regatta

Lightweight 8+

Coach, 1975, ‘83 Pan Am Games;

2010 World U-23 Rowing Championship

Laurie Coffey ‘99

Edward King ’11

Lightweight Men’s 4-

Olympic Dev. 8+

U.S. Olympic Festival

Alden R. Sanborn ‘22

Men’s 8+

1920 Olympics

Tom Savidge ‘82

Mens 4+

1980 Olympic Team

Alex Kornick ‘13

Men’s 4+

2012 World U-23 Rowing Championship

Mike Lambert ‘95

Men’s 8+

Men’s Spare 1995 World Rowing Championship

Lou Lindsey

Coach, 1960 Olympics

Men’s 8+, 1952 Olympics

William C. Long ‘61

Men’s 8+, 1952 Olympics

Dan Lyons ‘91

Wayne T. Frye ‘54

Men’s 8+, 1952 Olympics

1981, ‘83, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 World Rowing Championship

Men’s 4+

1988 Olympics

Mike Gaffney ‘87

1987 World University Games

Vince McCall ‘07

1920 Olympics Coach

1903, ‘29 World Rowing Championship;

1920 Olympics

Richard J. Glendon

Coach Men’s 8+, 1920 Olympics 1981 World Rowing Championship Lightweight Men’s 8+ 1986 World Rowing Championship Lightweight Men’s 4-

Lightweight 8+

Edward G. Stevens, Jr. ‘54

1960 Olympics

Ryan Tewell ‘96

Men’s U-23 8+

1996 Nations Cup

Gayle Thompson ‘61

Men’s 8+, 1960 Olympics

Charles S. Walsh

1989 World Rowing Championship

1952 Olympics

Lyman S. Perry ‘61 Steve Perry

Men’s 8+ Men’s 8+, 1960 Olympics Coach

Men’s 8+

Mark Moore ‘61

Lightweight Men’s 8+

Men’s 8+ 1952 Olympics

Warren Sweetser ‘60

Richard F. Murphy ‘54

Lightweight Men’s 4 2010 Lucerne World Cup Regatta

William Vuillet ‘05

Lightweight Men’s 8+, 4-, 2-

U.S. Olympic Festival

Jimmy Sopko ‘05

Men’s 8+, 1920 Olympics

2009 World U-23 Rowing Championship

Olympic Dev 8+

Men’s 4X, 1988 Olympics

Paul Montanus ‘89

Men’s 8+ 1952 Olympics

John Shields ‘93

Edward P. Moore ‘20

2008 World U-23 Rowing Championship

Men’s 8+, 1991 Pan Am Games

Greg Montesi ‘82

Men’s 8+

Men’s 8+, 1991 Pan Am Games

Frank B. Shakespeare ‘53

2010 World U-23 Rowing Championship

U.S. Olympic Festival

1982 World Rowing Championship

Bill Serad ‘89

Olympic Dev 4+

U.S. Olympic Festival

Men’s 4+

U.S. Olympic Festival

Alden Mills ‘91

Mens 4+

Olympic Dev 4+

Olympic Dev 8+

Jim Schofield ‘84

1995 National Team

Brad McMillen ‘93

Men’s 4+

Men’s 8+

Men’s 2X,

1982 World Rowing Championship

Dan Sayner ‘79

1952 Olympics 2006 World Rowing Championship

Andrew McMarlin ‘91

1920 Olympics; 1923 World Rowing Championship

Edwin D. Graves ‘21

Men’s 8, 4-, 2+

Charles D. Manring ‘52

Vincent J. Gallagher ‘22 ­Men’s 8+ Richard A. Glendon

Men’s 8+, 1960 Olympics

Men’s 8+

1977 World Rowing Championship

William B. Fields ‘54

Lewis Rhodes ‘94

James R. Dunbar ‘55

Dale Hurley ‘89

U.S. Olympic Festival

2010 Lucerne World Cup Regatta

1952 Olympics

Pat Flood ‘90

Olympic Dev. 8+

1982 World Rowing Championship

Chet Reily ‘94

Lightweight Men’s 8+

Robert M. Detweiler ‘53

Brian Hood ‘82

Men’s 8+

Lightweight Men’s 4

1987 World University Games

Chad Healy ‘09

Kevin Proctor ‘82

2009 World U-23 Rowing Championship

1952 Olympic Games

Sean Couglin ‘87

J. T. Hall ‘87

1976 World Rowing Championship

Men’s 8+

Women’s U-23 4X

Tim Griffith ‘81

Henry A. Proctor ‘54

1998 Nations Cup; World Military Games

Tom Cook ’76

1996 Nations Cup

1999 World Military Games

Men’s 8+,

1987 World University Games

Men’s U-23 8+

Matt Provencer ‘93

1920 Olympics

U.S. Olympic Festival

Dean Phillips ‘97

Men’s 8+

Men’s 8+, 1920 Olympics

Michael Kerrigan ’10

1999 World Military Games

1991 Pan Am Games

Clyde W. King ‘22

Olympic Dev. 4+

Greg Provencer ‘97

Men’s 8+

Tom Phelan ‘89

1920 Olympics 1920 Olympics

Chad Jungbluth ‘91

Coach

Men’s 8+, 1920 Olympics

1952 Olympics, 1957 World Rowing Championship

Rick Clothier

Coach, World Military Games

Donald H. Johnston ‘22

Mens 4

Sherman R. Clark ‘22

Mike Hughes Virgil V. Jacomini ‘21

2012 World U-23 Rowing Championship

Russell S. Callow

Women’s 2X

U.S. Olympic Festival

Karin Hughes ‘91

Men’s 8+, 1960 Olympics Lightweight Men’s 4

2005 World Rowing U-23 Championship

Coach 1932 World Rowing Championship

John Walters ‘84

Men’s 8+

1986-87 National Team Member; 1988 Olympics

Robert Wilson ‘60 Howard T. Winfree ‘61

Men’s 8+, 1960 Olympics Men’s 8+ 1960 Olympics

U.S. U-23 World Championships, 2008-09

1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘94, ‘95 World Rowing Championship

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2013 NAVY LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING NAVY TROPHY RACE RESULTS Navy 31; Penn 26

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.

Year 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973

Winner Penn Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Penn Navy Penn Penn Penn Penn Penn Navy Navy Navy No Race

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. Harvard 44; Navy 8 Year 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

Winner Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard

Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Winner Penn Penn Penn Penn Penn Penn Penn Navy Penn Navy Navy Navy Navy Penn Navy Penn Penn Penn Penn Penn Navy

Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Winner Penn Navy Penn Penn Penn Penn Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy

Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Winner Navy Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Navy Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard No Race

Year 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Winner Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard No Race No Race Harvard Navy Navy Navy Harvard Navy Harvard Navy Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard

Eads Johnson Trophy

Joseph Murtaugh Cup

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.

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 4; Navy 1

Yale 5; Navy 4 Year 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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2013 NAVY LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING NAVY LIGHTS AT CHAMPIONSHIPS 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

Year Varsity Boat Team 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

Year Varsity Boat Team 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 2012 8th 6th

IRA National Championship Regatta Year Varsity Boat 1996 5th 1997-98 Did Not Race 1999 10th 2000 8th 2001 5th 2002 2nd 2003 7th 2004 1st 2005 6th 2006 6th 2007 6th 2008 2nd

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NAVY LIGHTWEIGHT CREW 2012-13 SCHEDULE Oct. 7 Oct. 13 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 3 March 23 March 30 April 6 April 13 April 20 April 27 May 19 June 2

Occoquan Challenge Navy Day Regatta Head of the Charles Princeton Classic Rutgers Fall Classic vs. Princeton vs. Yale vs. Columbia vs. Georgetown vs. Harvard vs. Penn EARC Sprints IRA National Championships

Fairfax, Va. Philadelphia, Pa. Boston , Mass. Princeton, N.J. New Brunswick, N.J. Princeton, N.J. Princeton, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Washington, D.C. Boston, Mass. Annapolis, Md. Worcester, Mass. Sacramento, Calif.

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