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2017-18 NAVY WOMEN’S ROWING MEDIA GUIDE


2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING 2017-18 Quick Facts & Schedule 2017 Fall Schedule

Date Oct. 14 Oct. 29 Nov. 4

Event / Opponent Navy Day Regatta Princeton Chase Rutgers Fall Classic (Plebes Only)

2018 Spring Schedule

Date Opponent March 25 Cooper Sprints March 31 Doc Hosea Invitational April 14-15 Clemson Invite April 21 at Cornell, Brown April 29 at St. Joseph’s, West Virginia, Delaware May 11 Patriot League Championships May 25-27 NCAA Championships

Site Philadelphia, Pa. Princeton, N.J. New Brunswick, N.J.

Time/Result 2nd in V8 14th in V8 1st in N8

Site Camden, N.J. Camden, N.J. Clemson, S.C. Cornell, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Camden, N.J. Sarasota, Fla.

Time/Result All Day All Day All Day 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 Rowing History 13 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll 14 Navy Championships 15 All-Time Letterwinners 16-18 The Patriot League 19

2018 Navy Rowing Media Guide

The 2017 Navy women’s 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. Additional assistance provided by Director of Publications Mark Leddy. Photographs were provided by Phil Hoffmann.

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

Women’s Rowing Quick Facts Head Coach Alma Mater Year as Head Coach Season at Navy E-Mail Assistant Coach Alma Mater Season at Navy E-Mail Assistant Coach Alma Mater Season at Navy E-Mail Volunteer Coach Office Phone Officer Rep. Faculty Rep. Team Captain 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

Joe Schlosberg Northwestern ‘00 Third Third schlosbe@usna.edu Jessica Deitrick William Smith ‘08 Second mahon@usna.edu Taylor Ruden Indiana ‘16 Second truden@usna.edu Steve Root (410) 293-2416 CDR Julie Spencer, USN LCDR James Shey, USN Emily Cecchini 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 WOMEN’S ROWING 2017-18 Women’s Rowing Roster Name Abby Argo Isabelle Babb Julia Bailey Hali Barlow Allie Batten Isabel Billinge Kendall Bowen Raye Brackett Cara Bradley Maeve Broeg Francesca Browne Emily Cecchini Ashlyn Dawson Giovanna DeVito Miranda Donato Caroline Dooley Elizabeth Downing Elizabeth Drake Jessica Ennis Anna Farnan Sam Fox Brooke Fraasch Elizabeth Fugit Ryan Grady Megan Hanson Alex Harnett Caroline Kelly Patricia Krisan Emily Krulik Margaret Lane Grace Lawrence Katherine Long Mady Malczynski Jessica Martin Catherine McCarthy Clare McCarthy Maya McPartlin Lexi Mendolia Victoria Meyer Katie Miller Lisa Morocco Kanoe Nakoa Sarah Osborne Anna Paz Annie Pentaleri Julianna Pereira Eleonore Porter Krysta Przestrzelski Carolyn Riggs Riley Schliem Lauren Schrock Bethany Spangler Sabrina Spracklen Sam Stearns Emma Thompson Alexandria Vallancey-Martinson Brianna Warren Bray Zimmerman

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Hometown / High School Stuttgart, Germany / Stuttgart Atlanta, Ga. / The Westminster Schools Arlington, Va. / Bishop O’Connell Morganton, N.C. / Jimmy C. Draughn Windermere, Fla. / Olympia Brooklyn, N.Y. / Bronx HS of Science Hagerstown, Md. / North Hagerstown Twin Falls, Idaho / Canyon Ridge Stockton, N.J. / Hunterdon Central Williamsburg, Iowa / Williamsburg Arlington, Va. / Washington-Lee Bethlehem, Pa. / Liberty Annapolis, Md. / Kent Newton, Mass. / Winsor Watertown, N.Y./Watertown North Chatham, Mass. / Bishop Feehan West Lafayette, Ind. / Western Reserve Academy Pittsburgh, Pa. / Allderdice Montrose, Colo. / Montrose Pittsburgh, Pa. / Quaker Valley Ann Arbor, Mich. / Saline Milbank, S.D. / Milbank Sacramento, Calif. / St. Francis San Francisco, Calif. / St. Ignatius College Prep Woody Creek, Colo. / Aspen Buffalo, N.Y. / Nardin Academy Charlotte, N.C. / Hickory Ridge Cliffside Park, N.J. / Academy of the Holy Angels Martinsville, Ind. / Martinsville Durham, N.H. / Saint Thomas Aquinas Haverford, Pa. / Holderness Hockessin, Del. / The Charter School of Wilmington Fort Worth, Texas / Northwestern Regional Richmond, Va. / Saint Catherine’s Drexel Hill, Pa. / Upper Darby San Francisco, Calif. / Lowell Bloomfield Hills, Mich. / Notre Dame Prep Oakland, N.J. / Immaculate Heart Academy Columbia Station, Ohio / Magnificat Roswell, Ga. / Blessed Trinity Catholic Marcellus, N.Y. / Manlius Pebble Hill Honolulu, Hawai’i / Kaiser Reno, Nev. / Kent School Tampa, Fla. / Hillsborough Jacksonville, Fla. / The Bolles School San Rafael, Calif. / Marin Catholic Signal Mountain, Tenn. / Signal Mountain Black Mountain, N.C. / Owen Paoli, Pa. / Conestoga Grand Rapids, Mich. / Catholic Central Long Lake, Minn. / Orono Chesapeake, Va. / Great Bridge Buda, Texas / Jack C. Hayes Arnold, Md. / Severn School Las Vegas, Nev. / Bishop Gorman Corvallis, Ore. / Corvallis Houston, Texas / North Shore Villa Hills, Ky. / Beechwood


2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING Coaching Staff Joe Schlosberg

engineering, Schlosberg was a four-year member of the Wildcats’ crew team from 1996-2000.

Navy Head Coach Introduced as Navy’s head coach in August of 2015, Schlosberg’s first season in Annapolis was memorable as he led the Mids to the 2016 Patriot League title for the fourth time in program history as the Mids’ edged the Boston University, 49-48 in the final standings ... Navy won the varsity four race and came in second in both the first and second varsity eight competitions to claim the onepoint victory and automatic bid in the the NCAA Championship ... At the NCAAs, the Mids turned in their highest-ever finish as they recorded 35 points to rank 19th overall ... Navy’s varsity four finished 16th in its respective event, while the second varsity eight crew took 19th place ... 2016-17: During his second season in 2017 it was more of the same for Navy as the program won its third straight conference crown with a 51-46 final score over second-place Boston University ... The Mids breezed to victories in V4 and 2V8 action to build up a five-point lead before closing strong and finishing in second place in the first varsity eight race. ... At the 2017 NCAA Championship, Navy placed 20th overall. The Mids’ varsity four boat lead the team’s effort with a 19th place finish .... In recognition of the program’s success, Schlosberg was named the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association - Region 2 Coach of the Year.

Jessica Deitrick

Head Coach • Third Season • Northwestern ‘00

Notre Dame Associate Head Coach Notre Dame’s associate head coach for the seven seasons (2008-15), Schlosberg has shown himself to be a consistent winner ... During his 14 total years at Notre Dame, Schlosberg was part of a coaching staff that saw 26 different Fighting Irish crews win gold medals at conference championship regattas and capture 10 straight BIG EAST Conference team titles from 2004-13 ... Individually, Schlosberg guided 17 of those 26 crews beginning with his first title in 2002 as the leader of the varsity four boat ... Notre Dame’s athletic department changed conference affiliation prior to the 2014 school year and Schlosberg and Fighting Irish started competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference against stalwart national programs, Virginia, Syracuse and Louisville ... In each of Notre Dame’s first two years in the ACC, the team finished in second place in the conference’s yearend championship ... Schlosberg and Notre Dame’s success on the conference level carried over into strong results on the national scene, as the Fighting Irish qualified for and competed six times at the NCAA Championships since 2006, including the past four seasons (2012-15) ... Beginning with a ninth-place finish in the program’s first-ever appearance in 2006, Notre Dame twice finished ranked amongst the top-10 ... Taking on a field of 22 teams in 2014, Schlosberg and the Fighting Irish equaled its 2006 result with a ninth-place finish ... At that championship, all three Notre Dame boats qualified for petite final action for the first time in team history with Schlosberg’s varsity four crew finishing in 12th place ... As a result of Notre Dame’s success in 2014, Schlosberg and fellow Fighting Irish assistant Marnie Stahl were recognized as the 2014 Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association South Region Staff of the Year. Notre Dame Assistant Coach Schlosberg was the Fighting Irish’s second assistant coach from September 2001 through June 2006 before being elevated to first assistant for two years from July 2006 until June 2008. Northwestern Assistant Coach Following graduation, he spent one year on Northwestern’s staff assisting with both the men’s and women’s rowing programs during the 2000-01 season. Intercollegiate Athletic Experience A 2000 graduate from Northwestern University with a degree in mechanical

Assistant Coach • Second Season • William Smith ‘08 Navy Assistant Coach Named to Joe Schlosberg’s staff in August of 2016, Deitrick (nee Mahon) came to Annapolis after a successful run at High Point University as the school’s head coach of club rowing. High Point Univ. Head Coach of Club Rowing While leading the Panthers’ program, Deitrick was responsible for the competitive efforts of over 40 male and female student-athletes ... In the two years she was leading the program, both the men’s and women’s teams prospered in races at the Knecht Cup, Dad Vails, SIRAs and ACRAs ... Deitrick’s women’s novice eight crew was ranked first in the ACRA poll for four consecutive weeks in the spring of 2016 ... In addition to her coaching responsibilities, Deitrick directed all recruiting efforts, managed and maintained the club’s budget, coordinated travel plans and equipment purchases ... She augmented her time off the water as the Director of Club Sports at the university. Intercollegiate Athletic Experience Deitrick rowed collegiately as a member of the William Smith varsity crew team ... She competed with the Herons for four seasons and served the program as a co-captain in 2006-07 and as a tri-captain in 2007-08. General Deitrick graduated William Smith College in May of 2008 with a B.A. in psychology before attaining a Master’s degree in special education from Elon in August of 2011.

Taylor Ruden

Assistant Coach • Second Season • Indiana ‘16 Navy Assistant Coach Joining the program in August of 2016, Ruden is a second-year member of the staff after graduating from Indiana University in May of 2016. Intercollegiate Athletic Experience While in Bloomington, Ruden competed with the Hoosiers’ crew team and served as the coxswain for the varsity four boat, that finished in 13th place at the 2015 NCAA Championships and later with the varsity eight boat, that placed 16th nationally as a senior in 2016.

Steve Root

Volunteer Assistant Coach • Fifth Season • USNA ‘70 Navy Volunteer Assistant Coach A graduate of the United States Naval Academy in 1970, Root served in the fleet before working in the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab until 2014 ... He is currently an instructor at the Naval Academy and has been volunteering with the rowing program over at Hubbard Hall since the 2013-14 academic year.

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2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING Midshipmen Profiles Abby Argo

Julia Bailey

At Navy 2017: Rowed with the fourth varsity eight crew in the tri-meet with Temple and Delaware.

Personal Daughter of Christopher and Kathy ... Born in Fayetteville, N.C.

At Navy 2017: Raced with the first varsity eight in all seven competitions, including both the Patriot League and NCAA Championships ... Navy’s V8 placed second at league championship. 2016: Member of the first varsity eight for all seven regular season races, as well as the Patriot League and NCAA Championships in the sixth seat ... V8 finished runner-up at Patriot League Championship.

Isabelle Babb

Prior to Navy Participated in high school crew at Georgetown Visitation (1) before moving onto Bishop O’Connell (2) ... Named to the 2014 Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention Team ... Selected as Bishop O’Connell’s 2015 Team MVP.

Sophomore • Stuttgart, Germany • Stuttgart American

Prior to Navy Three-sport athlete at Stuttgart American High School: swimming (2 letters), cross county (1) and track (1) ... Earned the Coach’s Award for track in 2014.

Senior • Atlanta, Ga. • The Westminster Schools At Navy Career Honors: CRCA Scholar-Athlete (2016, 2017); Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2015, 2016, 2017) 2017: Started season with two races in varsity four boats before moving to second varsity eight crew in three regular season races and both postseason championships ... 2V8 won the Patriot League title. 2016: Member of the first varsity eight for six regular season races, as well as the Patriot League and NCAA Championships in the second seat ... V8 finished second at Patriot League Championship. 2015: Rowed with the first varisty four in the bow seat at Patriot League and NCAA Championships ... V4 won the Patriot League title. Prior to Navy Rowed interscholastically with The Westminster Schools and on the club level with the Atlanta Junior Rowing Association (AJRA) ... Finished in first place in LW4+ at the 2012 and 2013 Southeast Regionals; AJRA won the team championship in 2013 ... Garnered the 2014 AJRA Coach’s Award ... Served as team captain with AJRA in 2013. Personal Daughter of Philip and Melissa ... Teammate of Ohio State’s Annie Jachthuber (’18) and Tennessee’s Aja List (’18) with AJRA.

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Junior • Arlington, Va. • Bishop O’Connell

Personal Daughter of Matthew and Maureen ... Mother swam collegiately at Georgetown University ... Teammate of Stanford LWT rower Emma Morris (’19) at Bishop O’Connell.

Isabel Billinge

Sophomore • Brooklyn, N.Y. • Bronx HS of Science At Navy Career Honors: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2017) 2017: Saw action with the third varsity eight in a pair of races, the Doc Hosea Invite and Temple/ Delaware tri-meet. Prior to Navy Competed at the club level with Row New York ... Served as team captain of the Manhattan girl’s varsity crew team as a senior ... Ran track for Bronx High School of Science.


2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING Midshipmen Profiles Kendall Bowen

Maeve Broeg

At Navy 2017: Appeared in two competitions as a sophomore, once with third varsity eight crew and once with fourth varsity. 2016: Rowed with the third varsity eight crew in five regular season races.

At Navy Career Honors: CRCA All-Region Second Team (2016); All-Patriot League Second Team (2016); Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2015, 2016, 2017) 2017: Suited up for all seven competitions with five races in first varsity eight boat and two with second varsity; raced with first crew at both the Patriot League and NCAA championships ... V8 finished runner-up at league championship. 2016: Raced with the first varsity eight for the entire season, including both the Patriot League and NCAA Championships in the fifth seat ... V8 placeed second at the Patriot League Championship. 2015: Competed with the second varisty eight in the third seat at Patriot League and NCAA Championships ... 2V8 won the Patriot League title.

Junior • Hagerstown, Md. • North Hagerstown

Prior to Navy Three-sport athlete at North Hagerstown High School: lacrosse (4 letters), basketball (3) and soccer (1) ... Twice named to the All-Washington County First Team in lacrosse (2014, 2015), as well as twice named to the All-Antietam Conference Second Team (2014, 2015). Personal Daughter of Andrew and Lorraine ... Cousin, Haley Swanson (’18) rows at the University of Virginia ... Seven former North Hagerstown lacrosse teammates are playing at the NCAA D1 level.

Raye Brackett

Sophomore • Idaho Falls, Idaho • Canyon Ridge At Navy 2017: Appeared in four races as a freshman, including with the first varsity four at the Patriot League Championship and the second varsity eight at the NCAA Championship ... V4 won the Patriot League title. Prior to Navy Rowed in New Zealand with the AramohoWanganui Rowing Club and won gold and two bronze medals at the 2013 New Zealand Rowing Championships ... Played handball with the Treinta y Tres club team in Uruguay ... Competed with the VfL Gladbeck soccer team in Germany ... Ran cross country at Canyon Ridge HS in Idaho ... Member of the rugby team at the University of Idaho. Personal Daughter of Kristin ... Uncle Steve Cotter and grandfather Paul Cotter ‘66 graduated from the United States Naval Academy ... Steve played lacrosse, while Paul was a member of the sprint football team .. Attended the University of Idaho during 2015-16 school year ... Lived in Uruguay, New Zealand and Germany.

Senior • Williamsburg, Iowa • Williamsburg

Prior to Navy Earned 10 varsity letters as a three-sport athlete at Williamsburg High School: cross country (4), track (4) and basketball (2) ... Led Williamsburg’s track team to WAMAC Championship titles all four years (2011-14) and district titles in 2012 and 2013 ... Member of two WAMAC Championship winning cross country teams (2010, 2011); won the district title in 2010. Personal Daughter of Kurt and Lenni.

Francesca Browne

Sophomore • Arlington, Va. • Washington-Lee At Navy 2017: Competed in four races as a freshman in four-person crews, including the first varsity four at the NCAA Championship. Prior to Navy Four-sport athlete at Washington-Lee High School: crew (3 letters), swimming (3), cross country (1) and volleyball ... Competed in crew at the club level with TBC Racing out of Washington D.C. and raced at the 2015 USRowing Club Nationals ... Served as team captain for high school crew in 2016. Personal Daughter of Putnam and Rebecca ... Father is a captain in the U.S. Navy and Class of 1990 graduate of USNA ... Father rowed at USNA, while mother ran cross country at Gettysburg College ... Great-great-great grandfather Frances Ramsey graduated from the Naval Academy in 1856 and was the first superintendent of USNA to be a grad ... Born in Lemoore, Calif.

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2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING Midshipmen Profiles Emily Cecchini

Giovanna DeVito

At Navy Career Honors: 2018 Team Captain 2017: Participated with the first varsity eight in all seven competitions, including both the Patriot League and NCAA Championships ... Navy’s V8 placed second at league championship. 2016: Competed with the first varsity four crew in six regular season meets and both postseason events, the Patriot League and NCAA Championships ... Navy’s V4 won the Patriot League title. 2015: Rowed the third varsity eight (novice eight) crew in the sixth seat in championship action at the EAWRC Sprints.

At Navy Career Honors: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2017) 2017: Competed in all seven races for the Mids, three with second varsity eight and four with first varsity four; raced with V4 at both the Patriot League and NCAA Championships ... V4 won the Patriot League title.

Prior to Navy Multi-sport letterwinner, who competed in softball (4), swimming (4) and cross country (2) at Liberty High School ... Earned all-conference accolades as a junior and all-area honors as a senior for softball ... Liberty won the PIAA District II softball championship in 2012.

Personal Daughter of Joseph and Lisa.

Senior • Bethlehem, Pa. • Liberty

Personal Daughter of William and Robyn.

Ashlyn Dawson

Sophomore • Annapolis, Md. • Kent School At Navy Career Honors: CRCA All-Region First Team (2017); All-Patriot League First Team (2017) 2017: Rowed with the first varsity eight crew in all seven races, including the Patriot League and NCAA Championships ... The Mids’ V8 boat finished as runner-up at Patriot League Championship. Prior to Navy Attended Broadneck High School in Annapolis before prepping at the Kent School, a USNA Foundation School in 2015-16 ... Rowed on the varsity team at Kent ... Competed in the club ranks with the Annapolis Junior Rowing Club ... Member of the U.S. National Team U-19 crew that placed third at the 2015 Junior World Championships in the pair event (2x). Personal Daughter of Ed and Amy ... Uncles Charles (‘77) and Bill (‘82) Dawson, as well as cousin Riggs Dawson (‘17) are all graduates of the U.S. Naval Academy.

Sophomore • Newton, Mass. • The Winsor School

Prior to Navy Lettered four times in both rowing and swimming at The Winsor School ... Served as team captain for both squads as a senior in 2015-16 ... Led Winsor to 2016 NEIRA Championship.

Caroline Dooley

Sophomore • North Chatham, Mass. • Bishop Feehan At Navy 2017: Raced with the fourth varsity eight crew at the Temple/Delaware tri-meet. Prior to Navy Swam at Bishop Feehan High School. Personal Daughter of Kristen ... Prepped during the 201516 school year at the Blair Academy, a USNA Foundation School.

Elizabeth Drake

Sophomore • Pittsburgh, Pa. • Taylor Allderdice At Navy 2017: Served as the coxswain in four-person crews in four races as a freshman. Prior to Navy Two-sport athlete at Allderdice, lettered four times each for lacrosse and field hockey ... Two-time team captain for lacrosse (‘15 and ‘16), as well as captain of her field hockey team in 2016 ... Named Team MVP for lacrosse as a senior. Personal Daughter of John and Sarah ... Twin Sister, Katherine (‘20) plays lacrosse at Occidental College ... Born in Nanning, China.

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2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING Midshipmen Profiles Sam Fox

Caroline Kelly

At Navy 2017: Member of the third varsity boat that raced at the Temple/Delaware tri-meet.

At Navy 2017: Competed in three regular season events with the third varsity eight crew as a freshman.

Prior to Navy Competed on the swim (4 letters) and water polo (1) teams at Saline High School ... Helped Saline to the 2013/14 Michigan State Division 1 Swimming State Championship.

Prior to Navy Participated in track & field (3 letters) and volleyball (2) at Hickory Ridge High School ... Elected team captain of both her volleyball (‘14-15) and track (‘15) squads ... Garnered the Varsity Coaches’ Award as a senior on the volleyball team ... Played club volleyball with Carolina Courts.

Personal Daughter of Earle and Lisa.

Personal Daughter of Brian and Elaine ... Attended North Carolina State University during the 2015-16 school year ... Born in Doha, Qatar.

Sophomore • Ann Arbor, Mich. • Saline

Megan Hanson

Junior • Woody Creek, Colo. • Aspen At Navy Career Honors: CRCA All-Region Second Team (2017); CRCA Scholar-Athlete (2017); Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2016, 2017) 2017: Rowed with the first varsity eight at five events, counting the Patriot League and NCAA Championships; also raced once with the first varsity four crew ... V8 boat placed second at Patriot League Championship. 2016: Raced with the second varsity eight crew for the whole 2016 season, including posteason meets at the Patriot League and NCAA Championships in the sixth seat ... 2V8 finished runner-up at Patriot League Championship. Prior to Navy Three-sport athlete at Aspen High School: cross country (4 letters), track & field (3) and basketball (2) ... Aspen HS won the Colorado 3A Region 1 Cross Country Championship in 2011 ... As a senior in 2014-15 was team captain for all three programs ... Earned Academic All-State honors all four years as a student-athlete.

Sophomore • Charlotte, N.C. • Hickory Ridge

Emily Krulik

Sophomore • Martinsville, Ind. • Martinsville At Navy 2017: Rowed in five races for Navy, three times with eight-person crews and twice in fours; raced with 2V8 at the NCAA Championship. Prior to Navy Earned 12 varsity letters at Martinsville High School over cross country (4), track (4) and swimming (4) ... Served as team captain of the cross country as a senior in 2015 ... Garnered the 2015 Coaches Award for cross country. Personal Daughter of Tom and Debra ... Three older siblings were collegiate athletes: Matthew wrestled four years at the University of Indianapolis, John (‘14) wrestled at Navy for four years and sister Ashley (‘16) competed on the cross country and track teams at Navy between 2012 and 2016 ... Besides John and Ashley, her sister-in-law Samantha (‘14) is also a graduate of the Naval Academy.

Personal Daughter of Peter and Caroline ... Graduated Aspen HS as its class valedictorian.

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2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING Midshipmen Profiles Grace Lawrence

Jessica Martin

At Navy Career Honors: All-Patriot League Second Team (2017) 2017: Staple in the Mids’ first varsity eight lineup over all seven races, including both the Patriot League and NCAA Championships as a freshman ... V8 finished as runner-up at Patriot League Championship.

At Navy 2017: Competed in six races for the Mids in fourperson boats, including Navy’s first varsity four at the NCAA Championship.

Sophomore • Haverford, Pa. • Holderness (N.H.)

Prior to Navy Competed in three sports at the Holderness School: tennis, alpine skiing and field hockey ... As the team’s goalie, led Holderness’ field hockey club to the NEPSAC Class C Championship in 2013 ... Selected as team captain for tennis for 2015 and 2016 seasons. Personal Daughter of Gerald and Andrea ... Mother played collegiate tennis at Old Dominion University.

Mady Malczynski

Junior • Fort Worth, Texas • Northwestern Regional (Conn.) At Navy Career Honors: CRCA Scholar-Athlete (2017); Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2016, 2017) 2017: Raced with second varsity eight crew in the first six events of the season, counting the Patriot League Championship; moved to first varsity eight for the NCAA Championship ... Mids’ 2V8 crew were Patriot League champions. 2016: Competed with the first varsity four boat eight times, including both the Patriot League and NCAA Championships in the bow seat ... Navy’s V4 won the Patriot League title. Prior to Navy Participated in three sports at Northwestern Regional #7 High School in Winsted, Conn.; cross country (4 letters), swimming (4), track & field (3) ... Won Berkshire League championships with Northwestern Regional #7’s swim team in 2013, 2014 and 2015 ... Earned All-Berkshire League honors in swimming in 2014-15 and cross country in 2014-15 ... Served as team captain in all three of her respective sports as a senior in 2014-15. Personal Daughter of Richard and Catherine ... Father played baseball at the Naval Academy for three years and graduated in 1986 ... Grandfather Harry Henning is a 1960 USNA grad ... Born in Birmingham, Ala., went to high school in Connecticut and calls Fort Worth, Texas home.

Sophomore • Richmond, Va. • Saint Catherine’s

Prior to Navy Member of the basketball team at Saint Catherine’s as a forward and center ... Recognized on the 2015/16 All-LIS team.

Catherine McCarthy

Senior • Drexel Hill, Pa. • Upper Darby At Navy Career Honors: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2017) 2017: Raced with the fourth varsity eight crew at the Temple/Delaware tri-meet. 2016: Competed with the third varsity eight in five regular season races. 2015: Rowed the third varsity eight (novice eight) crew in the fifth seat in championship action at the EAWRC Sprints. Prior to Navy Played both field hockey and ran track at Upper Darby High School. Personal Daughter of Mimi ... Uncle, Carson Long, kicked collegiately for University of Pittsburgh, including the team’s 1976 National Championship season, and kicked one year (1977) with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills.

Clare McCarthy

Sophomore • San Francisco, Calif. • Lowell At Navy 2017: Raced with either the first (three times) and second varsity eight (four times) in all seven competitions as a freshman, including both the Patriot League and NCAA Championships with the 2V8 ... Navy’s second crew won the Patriot League title. Prior to Navy Competed with the Pacific Rowing Club ... Placed sixth (second in freshman division) at the 2013 Peninsula Indoor Rowing Championships. Personal Graduated from Lowell High School.

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2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING Midshipmen Profiles Maya McPartlin

Kanoe Nakoa

At Navy 2017: Saw action with the third varsity eight in a pair of races, the Doc Hosea Invite and Temple/ Delaware tri-meet.

At Navy Career Honors: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2016) 2017: Rowed in the third varsity eight boat in three regular season events. 2016: Competed with the third varsity eight crew in six regular season races as a freshman.

Sophomore • Bloomfield Hills, Mich. • Notre Dame Prep

Prior to Navy A decorated swimmer at Notre Dame Prep as she lettered for four years and earned 2015 Second Team All-State and All-Catholic League recognition ... Also swam with the Birmingham/ Bloomfield Atlantic Swim Club. Personal Daughter of Peter and Michele ... Lived in Shanghai, China for three years as a youth.

Lexi Mendolia

Junior • Honolulu, Hawaii • Kaiser

Prior to Navy Lettered four times in each of wrestling and water polo at Kaiser High School ... Finished second in the Hawaii State Wrestling Championships in 2013 and third in 2014 ... Earned All-State and Team MVP accolades in 2014 ... Served as captain of the wrestling team as a senior in 2014 ... Helped the Kaiser water polo team finish seventh in both the 2013 and 2014 state championship tournaments. Personal Daughter of Austin and Dana ... Spent the 2014-15 school year at NAPS ... Graduated Kaiser as its class valedictorian.

Senior • Oakland, N.J. • Immaculate Heart Academy At Navy Career Honors: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2016, 2017) 2017: Competed with the fourth varsity eight crew at the Temple/Delaware tri-meet. 2016: Raced in the third varsity four boat versus Temple. 2015: Member of the Novice roster as a freshman. Prior to Navy Graduated from Immaculate Heart Academy.

Victoria Meyer

Junior • Chantilly, Va. • Westfield At Navy Career Honors: CRCA Scholar-Athlete (2017); Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2016, 2017) 2017: A constant member of the first varsity eight lineup in all five regular season and both postseason championship races for the Mids as a sophomore ... Mids’ V8 boat placed runner-up at Patriot League Championship. 2016: Raced with second varsity eight crew in seven events during the 2016 season, including the posteason at the Patriot League and NCAA Championships in the seventh seat ... 2V8 finished second at Patriot League Championship.

Anna Paz

Senior • Tampa, Fla. • Hillsborough At Navy Career Honors: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2016, 2017) 2017: Competed in four regular season races for Navy, twice with third varsity eight and twice with second varsity four. 2016: Did not see action in spring season competitions. 2015: Rowed the third varsity eight (novice eight) crew in the stroke seat in championship action at the EAWRC Sprints. Prior to Navy Rowed at Hillsborough High School for four years, in addition to competing with Tampa Rowing Club ... Won the FSRA Championship in the women’s 2x event in 2012 and 2013 ... Served as Hillsborough’s team captain as a senior in 2013-14. Personal Daughter of Roy.

Prior to Navy Three-sport athlete at Magnificat High School: ran cross country, track and played basketball ... Elected Magnificat’s cross country team’s captain as a senior in 2014 Personal Daughter of Karl and Michelle.

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2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING Midshipmen Profiles Eleonore Porter

Lauren Schrock

At Navy Career Honors: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2017) 2017: Rowed in four regular season competitions, twice with the third varsity eight and twice with the third varsity four crew. 2016: Raced in six meets for Navy as a freshman with the majority of her action (four races) with the second varsity four crew.

At Navy Career Honors: CRCA Scholar-Athlete (2017); Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2016, 2017) 2017: Moved into the role of coxswain and appeared in six races as a junior with five in fourperson boats and one in the third varisty eight; cox’d for the first varsity four at both the Patriot League and NCAA Championships ... Mids’ V4 won the Patriot League title. 2016: Did not see action in spring season competitions. 2015: Competed with the third varsity eight crew during the George Washington Invitational.

Junior • Signal Mountain, Tenn. • Signal Mountain

Prior to Navy Swam competitively with the Signal Mountain High School for four years, as well as with the Baylor Swim Club in Chattanooga ... Participated in the 2015 Tennessee State Championship Finals for the 100-yd breaststroke ... Earned All-State accolades in 2015 ... Served as a team captain for Signal Mountain as a senior in 2014-15. Personal Daughter of John and Florence ... Born in Houston, resides in Tennessee ... Brother Mathias swam at Navy (2014-16) and is USNA Class of 2018 ... Grandfather Michael Porter graduated from the Naval Academy in 1960.

Krysta Przestrzelski

Junior • Black Mountain, N.C. • Charles D. Owen At Navy 2017: Did not see action as a sophomore during the spring season. 2016: Served as the coxswain for the first varsity four boat in three regular season contests and both the Patriot League and NCAA Championships ... Navy’s V4 won the Patriot League title. Prior to Navy Competed with the basketball and volleyball teams at Charles D. Owen High School in Black Mountain, N.C. ... Named to the All-WNC Honorable Mention team for volleyball following the 2014 season.

Riley Schliem

Sophomore • Grand Rapids, Mich. • Catholic Central At Navy 2017: Raced with the third varsity eight crew at the Doc Hosea Invite and the fourth varsity eight at the Temple/Delaware tri-meet. Prior to Navy Competed with the swim team at Catholic Central High School ... Earned 2015 Academic All-State honors. Personal Daughter of Rick and Heidi.

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Senior • Orono, Minn. • Orono

Prior to Navy Competed in four sports at Orono High School: equestrian (4 seasons), lacrosse (3), tennis (2) and track (2). Personal Daughter of Michael and Cathy ... Born in Romania, grew up in Minnesota.

Bethany Spangler

Sophomore • Chesapeake, Va. • Great Bridge At Navy Career Honors: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2017) 2017: Served as coxswain in five regular season competitions for the Mids with three in varsity eight boats and two in four-person shells. Prior to Navy Lettered in crew (3), field hockey (2) and the academic team (2) at Great Bridge High School ... Placed first at the 2014 Virginia State Championship for women’s double rowing ... Chosen as captain for Great Bridge’s 2015 rowing team. Personal Daughter of David and Julie ... Father is a 1981 graduate of the Naval Academy ... Attended the University of Virginia during the 2015-16 school year ... Born in Corpus Christi, Texas.


2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING Midshipmen Profiles Brianna Warren

Junior • Houston, Texas • North Shore At Navy 2017: Rowed in six events as sophomore with four regular season races in the second varsity four boat and one in the third varsity eight; member of the second varsity eight crew at the NCAA Championship. 2016: Competed against Temple in the fourth varsity four boat. Prior to Navy Played volleyball at North Shore High School, as well as the Houston Stellar Volleyball Club ... Earned First Team All-District honors for North Shore as a senior in 2015 ... Finished first in the 2014 NorthEast Championship for 17 USA with the Houston Stellar club ... Her club team was ranked 16th overall in the nation for USAV in 2013 ... Named to the All-Texas Academic Team for the 2015 school year. Personal Daughter of Kimberly.

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2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING 2017 Spring Results Murphy Cup Regatta Varsity Eight (Gr. Final) Philadelphia, Pa. Northeastern - 6:19.05 March 25 Penn - 6:22.94 Navy - 6:30.03 Boston College - 6:35.56

2nd Varsity Eight (Gr.Final) Penn - 6:29.29 Navy ‘A’ - 6:34.29 Northeastern - 6:36.09 Fordham ‘A’ - 6:45.61 UMass - 6:49.13 Navy ‘B’ - 6:52.48

1st Varsity Four (Final) Penn - 7:14.08 Navy - 7:16.06 Lafayette - 7:16.87

Doc Hosea Invite Varsity Eight 2nd Varsity Eight 3rd Varsity Eight Camden, N.J. Grand Final Petite Final Final April 2 Syracuse - 6:30.40 Boston U. - 7:08.20 Syracuse - 7:01.10 Team: Fourth place Penn - 6:34.46 Navy - 7:09.66 Navy - 7:12.90 Northeastern - 6:35.19 Rutgers - 7:10.27 Northeastern - 7:32.31 Dartmouth - 6:42.95 UMass - 7:13.91 Dartmouth - 7:41.56 Navy - 6:47.97 Rutgers - 7:56.72 Rhode Island - 6:54.51 Geo. Washington Invite Varsity Eight 2nd Varsity Eight Washington, D.C. Navy - 5:56.3 Rhode Island - 6:03.6 April 8 Geo. Washington - 5:59.6 Navy - 6:05.8 Team: Fifth place overall Rhode Island - 6:00.6 Geo. Washington - 6:08.1

2nd Varsity Four (Final) Penn ‘A’ - 7:19.71 Navy - 7:21.30 Boston College - 7:37.20

1st Varsity Four Grand Final Navy - 7:29.00 Minnesota - 7:32.95 Syracuse - 7:36.28 Penn - 7:40.04 Northeastern - 7:42.84 Boston U. - 8:10.12

Varsity Eight 2nd Varsity Eight Varsity Four Drexel - NT Drexel - 6:01.3 Navy - 6:37.4 Georgetown - +2.0 secs. Navy - 6:10.8 Drexel - 6:46.2 Navy - +2.8 secs. Georgetown - 6:11.7 Georgetown - 7:00.3 Clemson Invitational Varsity Eight 2nd Varsity Eight (AM) 1st Varsity Four Clemson, S.C. C Final (17th overall) C Final (17th overall) C Final (17th overall) April 22-23 Gonzaga - 6:40.432 Clemson - 6:49.047 Cornell - 7:39.656 17th of 21 Navy - 6:43.980 Penn - 6:49.074 Central Florida - 7:41.765 Oregon State - 6:46.017 Navy - 6:50.307 Navy - 7:41.932 Minnesota - 6:47.272 Minnesota - 6:50.652 Indiana - 7:43.174 Clemson - 6:48.540 Cornell - 6:50.652 Oregon State - 7:44.681 Cornell - 6:49.450 Oregon State - 6:57.611 Clemson - 7:49.561 Columbia - 7:02.607 Tennessee - 7:49.994 at Temple (w/Delaware) Varsity Eight 2nd Varsity Eight 3rd Varsity Eight 1st Varsity Four Philadelphia, Pa. Navy - 6:50.95 Navy - 7:11.87 Navy - 7:16.85 Navy - 7:38.69 April 29 Temple - 7:01.69 Temple - 7:18.69 Navy 4V - 7:22.35 Temple - 7:54.48 Temple - 7:41.93

2nd Varsity Four Grand Final Syracuse - 7:52.20 Penn - 7:54.65 Northeastern - 8:03.74 Navy - 8:16.88 Boston U. - 8:29.13 Dartmouth - 8:33.13

3rd Varsity Eight Navy - 6:12.8 St. Joseph’s - 6:26.4 Rhode Island - 6:28.7 2nd Varsity Four C Final (15th Overall) Tennessee - 8:00.167 Navy - 8:04.122 Indiana - 8:04.122 Central Florida ‘B’ - 8:10.577 Central Florida ‘A’ - 8:13.039 Tennessee ‘B’ - 8:26.561 2nd Varsity Four Navy - 7:38.27 Temple - 8:15.42

at Temple (w/Delaware) Varsity Eight 2nd Varsity Eight 3rd Varsity Eight 1st Varsity Four 2nd Varsity Four Philadelphia, Pa. Navy - 7:06.11 Navy - 7:20.59 Navy - 7:28.83 Navy - 7:46.19 Navy - 7:56.35 April 29 Delaware - 7:18.42 Delaware - 7:52.00 Navy 4V - 7:34.04 Delaware - 8:09.66 Delaware - 8:25.16 Delaware - 7:51.19 Patriot League Varsity Eight 2nd Varsity Eight Varsity Four Championships Grand Final (2nd overall) Grand Final (1st overall) Grand Final (1st overall) Camden, N.J. Boston U. - 7:11.966 Navy - 7:25.964 Navy - 8:13.650 May 12 Navy - 7:14.650 Bucknell - 7:41.277 Georgetown - 8:27.737 Team: First place overall MIT - 7:14.824 Holy Cross - 7:43.467 Boston U. - 8:30.432 Georgetown - 7:24.996 Boston U. - 7:44.108 Bucknell - 8:44.326 Lehigh - 7:31.560 Georgetown - 7:45.921 Lehigh - 9:06.733 Bucknell - 7:37.722 MIT - 8:02.146 MIT - 9:11.549

Overall Navy - 51 points Boston U. - 46 Georgetown - 36 Bucknell - 34 MIT - 33 Lehigh - 26 Holy Cross - 26 Colgate - 11 Loyola - 7

NCAA Varsity Eight 2nd Varsity Eight Varsity Four Championships D Final (21st overall) D Final (20th overall) D Final (19th overall) West Windsor, N.J. Gonzaga - 6:43.406 Gonzaga - 7:01.756 Navy - 7:44.770 May 26-28 UMass - 6:49.054 Navy - 7:09.759 Central Florida - 7:48.114 Team: 20th place overall Navy - 6:50.819 UMass - 7:14.629 UMass - 8:00.247 Jacksonville - 7:08.056 Jacksonville - 7:29.449 Jacksonville - 8:13.580

Overall Washington - 132, First Place California - 123, Second Place Michigan - 112, Third Place Gonzaga - 25, 19th Place Navy - 16, 20th Place UMass - 15, 21st Place

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3rd Varsity Four Final Navy - 8:09.40 Penn - 9:12.40

3rd Varsity Four Navy - 7:52.31 Temple - 8:42.18 3rd Varsity Four Navy - 7:59.80 Delaware - 8:26.11 Temple - 8:52.67


2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING Rowing History The women’s crew program continues to grow and build upon its winning tradition at the Naval Academy. The sport made its initial appearance at Navy in the spring of 1978, during the second year women were allowed to attend the Academy. In that first spring, the Midshipmen competed on the junior varsity level, racing Washington College, Trinity of Washington, D.C., and Virginia’s second varsity boats, winning all three regattas. Women’s crew was elevated to varsity status the following year and the Midshipmen won two varsity races while racing at the Division II level. In 1980, in only its second year of varsity status, Navy competed in the prestigious Dad Vail Regatta, the largest crew regatta on the East Coast. The varsity eight was third in the Grand Finals and the second varsity also earned a third-place finish. The following year, the Midshipmen women raced in the well-known San Diego Crew Classic and completed the season with a 6-2 record. The next three seasons found the women showcasing an 18-3 record, including an unbeaten 9-0 mark in 1984. In 1987, the Midshipmen won the first of six-consecutive Seitz Trophies for outstanding performances by women’s crews at the Dad Vail Regatta. It was in 1992, however, that the Mids enjoyed one of its grandest moments ever in Navy women’s crew history — the Midshipmen not only won the Seitz Trophy at the Dad Vail, but the varsity eight captured a gold medal for the first time and the second varsity eight won its fifth-straight gold medal. The gold medal by the varsity eight allowed the women to claim the Division II national championship in the sport. In 1991 and ‘92, the assistant coach for the women’s crew team was Lt. Cmdr. Wendy Lawrence, who was a two-year letterwinner in the sport in its fledgling years at Navy. Capt. Lawrence became an astronaut in the U.S. space program. In 1994, the Navy women won the Anita DeFrantz Trophy for overall performance by women’s crews at the second annual Champion International Collegiate Regatta. In this event, the varsity eight was first, and with it the honor of being the national champion in women’s crew on the Division II level. The first novice and second novice boats also earned first place showings. It was the second time in three years that the varsity eight was recognized as national champions. The program took a step up in 1995 by moving to the Division I level and joining the Eastern Sprints League. Racing in the nation’s strongest conference, Navy has steadily improved its performance. In its initial season of 1995, the varsity eight placed fifth in the Grand Finals and the second varsity was second at the Champion International Collegiate Rowing Championships. The 1998-99 season was Navy’s best season

in the Eastern Association Women’s Rowing Conference (EAWRC). Despite a slow start, the crew posted a 13-7 spring record. A highlight of the season came when the novice four notched the first Eastern Sprints medal earned in Navy rowing history, capturing a silver medal. Posting victories over conference rivals Georgetown, George Washington and Pennsylvania, the varsity eight finished the season by making the petite final of the Eastern Sprints. The 2005 season marked the first time women’s crew was sponsored by the Patriot League, with Navy sweeping the three boat titles and the overall team championship. In addition, Mike Hughes was selected as the league’s coach of the year, with Navy’s varsity boat garnering boat-of-theyear honors. Hughes would also be named Patriot League Coach of the Year in 2008 and 2013. The Midshipmen earned their second Patriot League title in 2013 on the strength of titles in the varsity eight and second varsity eight races. Outscoring the runner-up, Bucknell, 35-to-29, Navy received the Patriot League’s first-ever automatic bid in the NCAA Championships. Racing at the NCAAs in Indianapolis, Ind., the Mids finished 20th overall and saw its varsity four boat win the D Final over Boston University, Rhode Island and Marist College. Patriot League title number three came in 2015 during Hughes’ last season as the Mids’ head coach. Navy swept the three-race slate of championship action to earn the 2015 Patriot League Championship and an automatic bid into the NCAA Championship. The Mids won the varsity four and second varsity eight races before pulling out a come-from-behind victory over Bucknell in the varsity eight event to win the title. In recognition of their respective results Hughes was named the P.L. Coach of the Year and the varsity eight was named the P.L. Boat of the Year. At the 2015 NCAA’s in Sacramento, Calif., the Mids finished 21st overall with their varsity four boat leading the way and finishing 17th in its event. Navy’s run of strong performances at the Patriot League Championship continued in 2016 under first-year head coach Joe Schlosberg. The former associate head coach at Notre Dame, Schlosberg’s 2016 Navy squad won the Patriot League title for the fourth time in program history as the Mids’ edged the Boston University Terriers, 49-48 in the final standings. Navy won the varsity four race and came in second in both the first and second varsity eight competitions to claim the one-point victory and automatic bid in the the NCAA Championships. At the NCAA Championships in Sacramento, the Mids turned in their highest-ever finish as they recorded 35 points to rank 19th overall. Navy’s varsity four finished 16th in its respective event, while the second varsity eight crew took 19th place. The 2017 season saw more of the same for Navy as the program won its third straight conference

crown with a 51-46 final score over second-place Boston University. The Mids breezed to victories in V4 and 2V8 action to build up a five-point lead before closing strong and finishing in second place in the first varsity eight race. At the 2017 NCAA Championships in West Windsor, N.J., Navy placed 20th overall with 16 team points. The Mids’ varsity four boat led the team’s effort with a 19th place finish. The women’s crew team has a history of producing world-class athletes in the sport. Former volunteer assistant coach Karin Hughes (’91), was a member of the 1997 National Rowing Team and earned a silver medal at the 1999 Pan American Games. Laurie Coffey (’99), represented the U.S. at the Under-23 World Championship and earned a gold medal at the 1999 World Military Games in Zagreb, Croatia, in the women’s double. Most recently, Katherine Ashton (‘14) competed at the 2013 World Rowing U-23 Championships in Linz, Austria. Ashton and the American squad concluded competition with a second-place finish in the B Final behind Romania.

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2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Danica Adams (‘05) Michaela Amore (‘10, ‘11) Marissa Amodeo (‘17) Adagray Anderson (‘12) Hayden Anderson (‘17) Madeline Angeli (‘17) Sarah Armstrong (‘13, ‘14, ‘15) Julia Arthur (‘14, ‘15, ‘16, ‘17) Katherine Ashton (‘11, ‘12, ‘13, ‘14) Nicole Ashton (‘11) Isabelle Babb (‘15, ‘16, ‘17) Savannah Bates (‘15) Allyn Bennett (‘12) Jillian Benson (‘12) Avery Berge (‘10) Isabel Billinge (‘17) Michaela Bilotta (‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13) Terri Blosser (‘10) Madeline Boe (‘05, ‘06, ‘07) Kerri Bortz (‘10, ‘12, ‘13)

The Playfair Trophy

Presented to the winner of the women’s varsity race between Navy, Boston University and George Washington. The trophy is named after Virginia Playfair, whose family has ties to each of the three schools –– son, Michael Field, is a USNA graduate and provost at BU; daughterin-law, Lorraine Field, is a GW graduate; granddaughter, Sara Field, rowed while a student at BU.

Boston Univ., 12; Navy, 1; Geo. Washington, 0 Year Winner 2000 Boston University 2001 Boston University 2002* Boston University 2003 Boston University 2004* Boston University 2005 Boston University 2006* Boston University 2007 Navy 2008 Boston University 2009* Boston University 2010* Boston University 2011* Boston University 2012* Boston University 2013* Boston University 2014* Navy 2015* Navy 2016-17 N/A

Navy Place 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 4th 1st 1st

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Virginia Brodie (‘12, ‘13, ‘14, ‘15) Maeve Broeg (‘15, ‘16, ‘17) Sarah Brown (‘10, ‘11) Heather Bui (‘12, ‘13) Virginia Burger (‘14) Jacqueline Callahan (‘12) Anna Carpenter (‘10) Christen Carpenter (‘13) Kelly Carpenter (‘10, ‘11) Kelsey Cellon (’08) Camille Collett (‘06) Justice Constantine (‘14, ‘16) Anastasia Countiss (‘16, ‘17) Diane Cote (‘05, ‘06, ‘07) Olivia Czerewko (‘15, ‘16, ‘17) Aria Dang (‘14, ‘15, ‘16, ‘17) Amy Davis (‘09, ‘10, ‘11) Shelby DeLaMora (‘11, ‘12) Kaylin Deppe (‘15) Frances DePree (‘14, ‘15) Katherine DePooter (‘06) Giovanna DeVito (‘17) Hannah Dildine (‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13) Michelle Doan (‘14) Gretchen Driessnack (‘07, ’09) Samantha Espinosa (‘11) Megan Farabaugh (‘17) Marjorie Ferrone (‘12) Jacqueline Fisher (‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13) Samantha Fox (‘17) Sydney Frankenberg (‘16, ‘17) Taylor George (‘15) Annie Laurie Gibson (‘16, ‘17) Jennifer Goss (‘10) Rebecca Greenberg (‘13, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16) Abby Gross (‘14) Emma Hagen (‘05) Molly Hanna (‘14, ‘15) Kerry Hannon (‘06, ‘07, ’09) Megan Hanson (‘16, ‘17) Kelsey Hastings (‘16, ‘17) Kathleen Heinbach (‘13, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16) Margaret Hollyfield (‘05, ‘07) Darray Hunt (‘07) Heather Ichord (‘05) Anne Jones (‘06) Brianna Kaufmann (‘15, ‘16) Mary Elizabeth Kent (‘10) Miranda Kosmides (‘15, ‘16, ‘17) Jenna Kugel (‘17) Christine La (‘14) Alexandra Lado (‘11) Elise Lagergren (‘10) Christina Lanouette (‘09, ‘10, ‘11) Stephanie Lasch (‘11) Bridget Lee (‘13) Kelsey Lee (‘11, ‘12) Kristin Lyles (‘07, ’08, ’09, ‘10) Brooke Mackno (‘14, ‘15) Johanna Mahoney (‘07, ’08) Mady Malczynski (‘16, ‘17)

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Kricket Masters (‘14, ‘15) Abby Maxwell (‘07) Caroline Mayer (‘08) Catherine McCarthy (‘17) Fiona McFarland (‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ’08) Meredith Meehan (‘08) Lexi Mendolia (‘16, ‘17) Abby Mennerich (‘06, ‘07) Victoria Meyer (‘16, ‘17) Ashley Meyers (‘11) Kate Mortenson (‘05, ‘06) Megan Musilli (‘13) Kanoe Nakoa (‘16) Marina Nanartowich (‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13) Darby Nelson (‘13, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16) Cynthia Nestor (‘16) McKenna Niemer (‘17) Cate Oakley (‘11, ‘12, ‘13) Catherine Ortman (‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ’08) Maggie Pana (‘15) Anna Paz (‘16, ‘17) Jacqueline Penichet (‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13) Kelly Pisano (‘09) Daphne Ponce (‘05) Eleonore Porter (‘17) Barbara Portigue (‘08) Alyssa Randell (‘14) Madeline Reynolds (‘16) Sarah Roberts (‘08) Helen Robertson (‘15) Stephanie Rockford (‘10) Sierra Rooney (‘08) JoEllen Rose (‘05) Lauren Schrock (‘16, ‘17) Allison Scott (‘11) Caroline Scudder (‘05) Megan Selbach-Allen (‘08) Sydney Sisler (‘14) Bethany Spangler (‘17) Hannah Sperl (‘14) Paige Stateler (‘14) Lily Van Steenberg (‘12, ‘13) Alexandria Switzer (‘15) Madison Vachris (‘14, ‘15) Adrienne Vallancey-Martinson (‘15) Shaunna Wark (‘05) Lauren Webb (‘14) Patrisha Wilson (‘11) Laurel Wynn (‘16) Codie Younger (‘10, ‘11) Heidi Zisselman (‘15, ‘16, ‘17)


2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING Navy Championships & History 1987 – Dad Vail Seitz Trophy Overall Women’s Champion

1998 – EAWRC Championship Silver Medal, Novice Four

1988 – Dad Vail Seitz Trophy Overall Women’s Champion

2005 – Patriot League Championship Team Champion 1st Varsity 8 Champion 2nd Varsity 8 Champion Varsity 4 Champion

1988 – Dad Vail Seitz Championship Team Champion 2nd Varsity 8 Champion 1989 – Dad Vail Seitz Championship Team Champion 2nd Varsity 8 Champion 1990 – Dad Vail Seitz Championship Team Champion 2nd Varsity 8 Champion 1st Novice 8 Champion 1991 – Dad Vail Seitz Championship Team Champion 2nd Varsity 8 Champion 1st Novice 8 Champion 1992 – Dad Vail Seitz Championship Team Champions 1st Varsity 8 Champions 2nd Varsity 8 Champion 1993 – Champion Intercollegiate Rowing Regatta 1st Novice 8 Champion 1994 – Champion Intercollegiate Rowing Regatta Team Champion 1st Varsity 8 Champion 1st Novice Champion 2nd Novice Champion

2006 – Patriot League Championship 2nd Varsity 8 Champion 2008 – Patriot League Championship 2nd Varsity 8 Champion Varsity 4 Champion 2010 – Patriot League Championship Varsity 4 Champion 2011 – Patriot League Championship Varsity 4 Champion 2011 – ECAC Championship Varsity 8 Champion Varsity 4 Champion 2nd Varsity Eight Overall points title & Director’s Cup 2012 – Patriot League Championship 2nd Varsity 8 Champion 2013 –Patriot League Championship Team Champion Varsity 8 Champion 2nd Varsity 8 Champion Automatic bid to NCAA Championship

2014 – Patriot League Championship 2nd Varsity 8 Champion Varsity 4 Champion 2014 – EAWRC Championship Team Champion Gold Medal, Varsity 8 Gold Medal, Varsity 4 Gold Medal, Second Varsity 4 Gold Medal, Third Varsity 4 Gold Medal, Novice 8 2015 – Patriot League Championship Team Champion Varsity 8 Champion 2nd Varsity 8 Champion Varsity 4 Champion Automatic bid to NCAA Championship 2016 – Patriot League Championship Team Champion Varsity 4 Champion Automatic bid to NCAA Championship 2017 – Patriot League Championship Team Champion 2nd Varsity 8 Champion Varsity 4 Champion Automatic bid to NCAA Championship

Patriot League Honors Overall Team Champions 2005, 2013, 2015, 2016 Individual Boat Titles First Varsity (2005, ‘13, ‘15) Second Varsity (2005, ‘06, ’08, ‘12, ‘13, ‘14, ‘15, ‘17) Varsity Four (2005, ’08, ‘10, ‘11, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16, ‘17) Coach of the Year Mike Hughes (2005, ’08, ‘13, ‘15) Scholar-Athlete of the Year Shaunnah Wark (2005), Madeline Boe (2006), Kerry Hannon (2009), Jacqueline Penichet (2013), Kathleen Heinbach (2015 & 2016)

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Name Adams, D.L. Adkins, M.D. Allen, M.W. Allinger, P.J. Alvarado, W.M. Amodeo, M.R. Amore, M.B. Arrington, K.A. Arthur, J.L. Ashton, K.A. Atherholt, L.E. Atwell, S.L.

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Name Babb, I.S. Bachman, L.J. Baczuk, R.L. Bailey, J.M. Baranski, A.R. Bartosik, A.A. Barz, T.R. Battaglia, L.N. Bauernschmidt, A.N. Becht, A.L. Becht, J.M. Bennett, A.D. Berg, H.K. Bergess, J.A. Berry, C.L. Bertas, A.E. Bever, L.M. Bigg, C.E. Bilotta, M.N. Binns, M.C. Bishop, L.E. Blosser, T.L. Boe, M.E. Bolt, B.C. Bortz, K.L. Bottero, R.J. Boyce, K.S. Brackett, R. Brennan, K.M. Brodie, V.H. Broeg, M.A. Brookhouse, A.N. Brounk, M. Brown, S.H. Browne, F.M. Bryant, C.C. Buchanan, J.M. Burbage, K.M. Burdick, J.C. Burke, N.L. Burns, M.G. Burns, V.L.

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Class Years 2005 2005 2004 2002-03 1988 1987-88 1983 1983 2007 2005 2020 2017 2011 2010-11 1997 1996 2017 2015-16-17 2014 2011-12-13-14 1995 1992-93 2008 2005-06-07-08

Class Years 2018 2015-16-17 1991 1990 1986 1984-85-86 2019 2016-17 1995 1993 1985 1983-84 1996 1994-95-96 1996 1994 1994 1993 2005 2003-04-05 2000 1998-99-00 2014 2014 1991 1989 1995 1993-94-95 1987 1985 1996 1994-95-96 1985 1983-84-85 2004 2002 2013 2011-12-13 1994 1993 1999 1997-98-99 2010 2010 2007 2005-06-07 2000 1998-99 2013 2011 1981 1979 2003 2001-02 2020 2017 1988 1988 2015 2013-14-15 2018 2015-16-17 2004 2002-03 1988 1986-88 2012 2010-11-12 2020 2017 2014 2014 1994 1992 1993 1991-92-93 2001 1999 1980 1979 2002 2000-01-02 2003 2002

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Name Callahan, J.R. Campbell, C.C. Cancel, E.M. Carpenter, A. Cary, A.L. Cecchini, E.A. Cellon, K. Chapman, M.S. Chase, T.L. Chatfield, D.L. Chaundy, H.L. Cluney, E.E. Coffey, C.M. Coffey, L.N. Collett, C.V. Constantine, J.M. Corcoran, S.M. Cote, D.E. Crabbe, V.L. Crooker, C.M. Cunningham, C.E. Czerewko, O.C.

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Name Daane, J.F. Dachos, S.A. Dacosta, K.M. Dailey, K.E. Dang, A.M. Davis, A.E. Davis, K.M. Davis, T.D. Davison, K. Dawson, M.A. Defeo, S.C. DeLaMora, S.P. Delk, T.L. DePooter, K.A. Deppe, K.M. DePree, F.C. DeVito, G.L. DiAntonio, L.A. Dick, B.C. Dickerson, H.C. Dietz, J.T. Dildine, H. Dilldine, A.N. Dixon, P.E. Dobslaw, H.M. Dolyniuk, C.A. Donnelly, P.G. Dooley, K.T. Driessnack, G.R. Duecker, L. Duffy, S.A. Dykhoff, N.J.

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Class Years 2014 2011 2007 2004 1999 1997-98 2011 2008-10 1995 1993 2018 2016-17 2010 2008 1989 1987-88-89 1995 1993 1993 1991-92 1992 1990-91-92 2001 1999 2003 2000-01 1999 1998 2006 2004-05-06 2016 2016 1991 1990 2007 2004-05-06-07 2011 2010-11 1981 1980-81 1995 1993 2017 2016-17

Class Years 1983 1980-81-82-83 1993 1991-92-93 1999 1997-98 1990 1988 2017 2017 2011 2009-10-11 1989 1987-88 2000 1998 1986 1986 2020 2017 1991 1989 2012 2009-10-11-12 1996 1996 2009 2006 2015 2013-14-15 2015 2015 2020 2017 2004 2001-02-03-04 2008 2006 1989 1989 2001 1999-00-01 2013 2010-11-12-13 2017 2016-17 2001 1999-00-01 1992 1990-91 1983 1980-81-82-83 1995 1993-94-95 1995 1993-94-95 2009 2006-07-08-09 2010 2008 1982 1982 1986 1984-85-86

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Name Edson, D.M. Ellefson, L.F.

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Name Fabry, K.B. Falco, M.E. Farabaugh, M.N. Fender, C.C. Fernandez, M.C. Fick, S.N. Finley, P.S. Fisher, J.I. Fix, C.L. Flatley, K.C. Freihofer, R.A.

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Name Gabrys, A.R. Gale, V.A. Gallina, J.J. Gandy, M.L. Gaulke, C.S. Gerace, M.J. Gibbon, A.M. Gibson, A.V. Gies, B.A. Gladem, J.L. Gordon, H.L. Goss, J.E. Gray, K.M. Greenberg, R.A. Gregorieff, J.A. Gross, A.L. Grupe, C.E.

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Name Hagen, E.A. Hall, K.R. Hammer, J.L. Haney, K.M. Hanna, M. Hannon, K.E. Hanson, M.L. Hardin, D.A. Hart, T.M. Harvey, A.R. Hastings, K.M. Hayden, T.L. Hayter, J.R. Heinbach, K.A. Herrera, S.R. Hirko, L.F. Hogan, K.M. Hollenbeck, A.E.

Class Years 1986 1985-86 2011 2010

Class Years 1991 1990 2001 1999-00 2019 2016-17 2017 2015-16-17 2003 2001 2004 2002 1988 1988 2013 2013 2001 1999-01 1990 1988 2014 2011-13-14

Class Years 2010 2007 1998 1996-97-98 1992 1990 1997 1995 1985 1983-84 1993 1991-92-93 2003 2000-01-02 2019 2016-17 1991 1988-89-90 2007 2005-06-07 1989 1987-88 2011 2010 2002 2000 2016 2015 1991 1989-90 2016 2016 1997 1995-96-97

Class Years 2005 2005 1992 1991 2004 2002-03 2001 1999-00 2015 2012-13-14-15 2009 2006-07-08-09 2019 2016-17 1984 1983-84 2017 2015-16 2003 2002 2017 2015-16-17 2002 2001-02 2012 2010-11 2016 2014-15-16 2011 2008-09 1987 1985 1991 1989-90-91 1989 1987-88


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Name Ichord, H.A. Inman, K.E. Ioane, A. Ishikawa, T.

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Name Jackson, J.L. Jackson, J.M. Jacobsen, K.G. James, D.E. Jankus, G. Jones, A.A. Jones, C.R. Jordan, N.E. Juve, K.R.

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Name Kaegel, D.L. Kane, E.M. Keller, C. Kelly, A. Kennedy, A. Kent, M.E. Kessler, M.E. Kindred, J.K. Kosmides, M.L. Krulik, E.R. Kuhnheim, L.M.

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Name La, C.Y. Lado, A.E. Laduca, M.C. Lair, P.K. Lamison, J.A. Lamper, D.L. Langille, P.A. Lanouette, C.A. Lapp, E.A. Lasell, P.L. Lasswell, J.L. Lawrence, G.S. Lawrence, W.B. Lee, S.S.

2007 2006 2015 2006 1998 1998 2009 2008 1987

2005-06-07 2004-05 2012-13-14-15 2003 1997 1996-97-98 2006-08-09 2006-07 1986

Class Years 2005 2003-04-05 2004 2002-03-04 2014 2012 1983 1982

Class Years 1991 1991 2000 1998-99 1990 1988 2004 2002-03-04 1991 1989 2007 2006 1993 1991-92 1991 1989-90 1997 1996

Class Years 2001 1999-00-01 1999 1998-99 1987 1985-86-87 1988 1985-86-87-88 2016 2013-14 2010 2010 1998 1996-97 1999 1998 2018 2016-17 2020 2017 1999 1997-98

Class Years 2016 2014 2011 2010-11 1989 1987-88 1992 1990 1982 1981-82 1991 1989-90 1998 1997-98 2012 2009-10-11-12 2007 2004 1981 1979-80-81 1992 1990-91-92 2020 2017 1981 1979-80 1990 1989-90

Lesko, S.M. Lewis, C.A. Lindenberg, A.L. Lindley, K.R. Lompa, J.A. Lopez, J.M. Loughead, S.A. Lukich, D.M. Lumpkin, H. Lyles, K.A.

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Name Maas, S.C. MacGillis, A.M. Mackno, B.E. Mahoney, J.T. Malczynski, M.C. Malecha, E.A. Mann, D.R. Mansfield, P.W. Martin, J.M. Martin, S.A. Massoglia, S.E. Masters, K.M. Maxwell, A.J. Mayer, C. McAleer, M.T. McCann, L.J. McCarthy, C.E. McCarthy, L. McFarland, F.F. McGinn, E.M. McLean, E.A. McQuade, N.A. Meehan, M.M. Mennerich, A.K. Menzen, S.A. Merkle, K.M. Meyer, V.G. Miller, C.A. Miller, E.M. Mitchell-Smith, S.E. Morley, S.C. Mortenson, K.T. Moser, H.J. Motherway, M.A. Musilli, M.G. Musso, C.L. Myers, A.M. Myslinski, N.

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Name Nanartowich, M.K. Nardo, E.D. Nelson, D.A. Nestor, C.B. Nkonge, L.M. Niemer, M.S.

1995 1980 1993 1992 1995 1993 1997 1999 1998 2010

1994 1979-80 1991-92-93 1990-91-92 1994-95 1992 1995-96-97 1997 1997 2007-08-09-10

Class Years 2000 1998 2000 1998-00 2015 2012-14-15 2010 2007-08 2019 2016-17 1994 1992-93-94 2001 1999 1986 1984-86 2020 2017 1998 1997 1987 1986 2015 2012-13-14-15 2007 2005-06-07 2008 2008 2018 2017 2013 2011-12-13 2020 2017 1988 1986-87-88 2008 2005-06-07-08 1985 1984-85 1982 1979-80-81 1981 1981 2010 2007-08 2007 2005-06-07 2008 2005 1999 1998 2019 2016-17 1997 1995-96 2010 2008-09-10 1995 1994-95 1991 1991 2006 2003-04-05-06 1987 1986 1992 1991 2016 2013 1982 1979-80-81-82 2011 2010-11 1992 1990

Class Years 2013 2013 2003 2001 2016 2013-14 2016 2015-16 2005 2003 2018 2015-16-17

Noser, J.L. Nowak, W.K.

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Name O’Mara, M.I. Oakley, C.M. Oliver, A.J. Oraker, B.A. Ortman, C.M. Owen, T.C. Owens, K.M.

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Name Pallotta, M.J. Parham, T.D. Parrinello, K.N. Parrish, M.M. Patel, A.B. Paz, A.N. Peck, D.L. Penichet, J.M. Perron, R.A. Phelps, R.L. Phillips, E.A. Pietrowski, J.L. Pisano, K.A. Pletcher, M. Ponce, D.P. Porter, E. Portigue, G. Povlock, K.B. Przestrzelski, K.R.

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Name Quinn, K.M.

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Name Raisbeck, J.D. Rathjen, L.A. Ravndal, E.B. Reichel, J.C. Renzhofer, E. Reppert, C.A. Ring, E.A. Risen-Robertson, H.M. Roberts, S. Rockford, S.M. Romero, M.G. Rooney, S.G. Rose, J.E. Ross, H.E. Ruegg, J.K. Ruohomaki, L.J. Ruzauskas, A.E.

1989 1998

1988 1995-96-97-98

Class Years 2002 2000 2014 2011-12-13-14 1990 1988-89 2002 1999-00-01 2008 2005-06-07-08 1985 1983-85 1983 1981-82-83

Class Years 1994 1992-93-94 1985 1985 2000 1998-99-00 2007 2004-05-06 2002 2000 2018 2017 1985 1983-84 2013 2011 1986 1983 2007 2004 2010 2008-09-10 1997 1995 2009 2009 2010 2008 2007 2005 2019 2017 2011 2008 1988 1985-86-87-88 2019 2016

Class Years 2015 2012-13-14-15

Class Years 1997 1995-96-97 1987 1987 1993 1990 2009 2006 2011 2008 2006 2003-04 2007 2005 1998 1996 2008 2008 2010 2008-09-10 2011 2009-10-11 2011 2008-09 2005 2003-04-05 2010 2007 1996 1994-95-96 1996 1994 1997 1996

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Name Sahler, D.L. Samia, T.P. Scally, L.A. Schemenski, C.L. Schmidt, S.J. Scholzen, M.M. Schrock, L.M. Schultz, C.A. Schwartz, S. Scott, A.D. Scudder, C.A. Selbach-Allen, M. Shea, R.L. Shorey, D.M. Skahan, A.M. Skeehan, K.M. Skelley, S. Skinner, C.J. Slevin, K.M. Smith, M. Somsel, K.E. Spencer, J.A. Spiese, L.M. Stauffer, E.R. Steele, A.A. Stevens, M. Stewart, H.F. Sturdevant, N.K. Sweeny, M.E. Switzer, A.E.

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Name Taylor, S.K. Tica, J.M. Tierney, T.A. Toale, D.E. Toohey, M.K. Towle, W.A. Traynor, T.K. Tschampl, R.L. Turton, E.F. Tuttle, M.I.

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Name Utley, M.F.

Class Years 1989 1988-89 2015 2015 2004 2002 2012 2010-11-12 2019 2016 1991 1990-91 2018 2017 1990 1990 1993 1992 2011 2011 2005 2003-04-05 2009 2008 1991 1989 1989 1988-89 2009 2009 1982 1980-81 1987 1985-86-87 2015 2012-13-14-15 1980 1979 1985 1984 1989 1987-88-89 1994 1992-93-94 2007 2005-06-07 2003 2000-01-02 2004 2002 1984 1983 1999 1997 1992 1991-92 2004 2003-04 2016 2016

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Name Wachowiak, B.M. Walsh, M.C. Wark, S.L. Warren, B.T. Weaver, S.M. Webster, M. Wilson, P.R. Woodman, L.G. Woodman, S.K. Wright, M.A.

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Name Yang, N.S. Yatko, L.M. Younger, C.E.

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Name Zisselman, H.M. Zogg, S.P. Zwyer, H.M.

Class Years 2015 2012-13 1996 1994-95-96 1992 1991-92 2001 2000 1988 1985 1995 1995 1990 1988-89-90 1995 1993-94-95 2006 2003 1993 1991-92

Class Years 1990 1989

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Name Class Years Vachris, M.E. 2017 2014-15-17 Vallancey-Martinson, A.E. 2017 2014-15-16 Vanderventer, V.A. 2001 1999 Vanzyl, J.R. 1981 1979 Vary, E.S. 2002 2001 Vasak, M.C. 1996 1994-95

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Class Years 1998 1996 2012 2009-10-11-12 2005 2003-04-05 2019 2017 1985 1982-83-84 2010 2008 2012 2010-11 2011 2009 2001 1999-00-01 2002 2000-01-02

Class Years 1983 1982-83 1992 1991 2012 2011

Class Years 2017 2015-16-17 1999 1997-99 1994 1992-93-94


2017-18 WOMEN’S ROWING The Patriot League H Navy women’s lacrosse became the fourth Patriot League team in any sport to advance to the semifinals of an NCAA Championship as the Mids defeated No. 7 Penn, UMass and No. 2 North Carolina in their tournament play.

Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 24 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army West Point, Boston University, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola Maryland and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown, MIT and Richmond as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. The Patriot League’s mission is simple: to provide successful competitive athletic experiences while maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its student-athletes to be leaders in society. During the 2016-17 academic year, Patriot League student-athletes and teams accomplished the following: H 97 Patriot League teams (45.8 percent of League teams) earned NCAA Public Recognition Awards for ranking in the top 10 percent of their sport in Academic Progress Rate (APR), with a Patriot League record 84 squads earning perfect scores. H The Patriot League ranked second among all conferences in Public Recognition Awards, and tied for the national lead with the Ivy League for the highest percentage of teams earning the honor at 45.8%. H The League’s 93 percent graduation success rate (GSR) is the best mark in the nation for the second-consecutive year. Nine schools were at 90 percent or higher. All 10 member institutions exceeded the national GSR of 86 percent. In addition the League’s 86 percent Federal Graduation Rate (FGR) places it as the national leader for the fourth-consecutive year. H American’s Natalie Konerth (Field Hockey) and Navy’s Ryan Bailey (Men’s Swimming) were named the Corvias Patriot League Female and Male ScholarAthlete of the Year honorees, respectively. H 11 student-athletes earned Capital One Academic All-America recognition, including first-team accolades for Bucknell’s Luke Giugliano (Men’s Track & Field) and Kendall Ham (Women’s Soccer) Lehigh’s Micah Tennant (Football), Navy’s Ryan Bailey (Men’s Swimming) and Ryan Speir (Men’s Cross Country) H Two Patriot League student-athletes earned NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, including Navy’s Bailey and Nate Gainey (men’s track and field) and two earned Fulbright Scholarships, including American’s Shannon Scovel (Women’s Swimming) and Holy Cross’s Samantha Speroni (Women’s Track and Field) H 43 Patriot League student-athletes received Capital One/CoSIDA Academic AllDistrict recognition. H There were a Patriot League record 2,899 student-athletes on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in 2016-17. H Holy Cross’s Anthony Critelli (Baseball) won the Senior CLASS Award for baseball and was one of five Patriot League finalists for the award, along with Bucknell’s Brett Smith (Baseball), Lehigh’s Tim Kempton (Men’s Basketball) and Justin Worley (Men’s Soccer) and Navy’s Adrian Chinnery (Baseball).

H Twenty-five Patriot Leaguers were All-America selections, with first-team status for Bucknell’s Julién Davenport (Football), Fordham’s Chase Edmonds (Football), Lehigh’s Courtney Avery (Women’s Outdoor Track & Field), Loyola Maryland’s Pat Spencer (Men’s Lacrosse), Navy’s Lucas Stalnaker (Men’s Outdoor Track & Field). H Nine Patriot Leaguers were selected in the Major League Lacrosse (MLL) Draft, two were taken in the Major League Baseball (MLB) First-Year Player Draft and one was taken in the Major League Soccer (MLS) SuperDraft. Among those players selected in the MLL Draft were Navy’s Matt Rees (Chesapeake Bayhawks, second round) and Chris Fennell (Chesapeake, sixth round).

NAVY’S 2016-17 PATRIOT LEAGUE HONORS TEAM TITLES (8) Men’s Cross Country | Men’s Swimming & Diving Women’s Swimming & Diving | Men’s Indoor Track & Field Baseball (Regular Season) | Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Women’s Lacrosse (Tournament) | Women’s Rowing COACH OF THE YEAR (5) Al Cantello (Men’s Cross Country) Rich MacDonald (Diving) John Morrison (Women’s Swimming) Stephen Cooksey (Men’s Indoor Track & Field) Stephen Cooksey (Men’s Outdoor Track & Field) ATHLETE OF THE YEAR (9) Patricia Mattingly –Setter of the Year (Volleyball) Sydney Shearn – Libero of the Year (Volleyball) Lucas Stalnaker – Runner of the Meet (Men’s Cross Country) Laren Barber – Swimmer of the Meet (Women’s Swimming) Bradley Buchter – Diver of the Meet (Men’s Diving) Travis Blue – Player of the Year (Baseball) Kyle Condry – Pitcher of the Year (Baseball) Chris Fennell – Defensive Player of the Year (Men’s Lacrosse) Jenna Collins – Midfielder of the Year (Women’s Lacrosse) ROOKIE OF THE YEAR (4) Delaney Walz (Women’s Swimming) Zach Jennings (Men’s Tennis) Cameron Hurd (Men’s Outdoor Track & Field) Kelly Larkin (Women’s Lacrosse) SPORT SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR (4) Patricia Mattingly (Volleyball) Ryan Speir (Men’s Cross Country) Ryan Bailey (Men’s Swimming & Diving) Thomas Pecor (Men’s Tennis) OVERALL SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR (1) Ryan Bailey (Men’s Swimming & Diving)

H Navy won the Corvias Patriot League Presidents’ Cup for the fourth straight time and fifth in the last six years.

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