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MAAC Announces 2013 Rowing All-MAAC Teams
Courtesy: MAAC Sports  
Release: 04/26/2013
Courtesy: MAAC Sports

West Windsor, N.J. - The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference announced the 2013 All-MAAC Rowing Awards, voted on by the league’s head coaches.

Winners were chosen for the varsity fours, varsity eights and second varsity eights for both the men’s and women’s programs.

On the men’s side, Jacksonville University won the top award for the men’s varsity four, which included coxswain David Waugh and rowers Shane Kennedy, Andrew Bechtold, Bernardas Vingilis and Sean Carney. 

The Dolphins also tied with Marist College for All-MAAC honors for their men’s varsity eight boats.  Jacksonville’s boat included coxswain Maycee Dioneda and rowers Chase Rowe, Brian Cosmillo, Jeremy Sobiech, Nathan Esterline, Scott Waitley, Preston Weinard, Jared Low and Scott Del Vecchio. Marist’s boat is comprised of coxswain Chris Leonard along with rowers Harrison Drouin-Reed, Seaton Drebitko, Chris Behnke, Jacob Enright, Dan Nesfeder, Matt Klos, Doug Woolley and Cameron Schuh.

The men’s second varsity eight boat from Marist earned conference honors.  The boat consists of coxswain Emma Flynn and rowers Conor Wiggins, Matt Michaud, Kyle Mikesh, Chris Bissetta, Tyler Sawyer, Chris Lorenz, Billy Hawxhurst and Ben Smith.

On the women’s side, the varsity four boat from Fairfield University was the top choice amongst the head coaches.  The Stags’ boat includes coxswain Mikayla Daniels and rowers Sam Matte, Kim Beatty, Jacquie Moser and Rachel Corbett.

Canisius College claimed the top honors for the women’s varsity eight.  The Griffs’ boat includes coxswain Hannah Blum along with rowers Lynna Paradiso, Stephanie SanFilipo, Nancy Kennish, Liz McKinney, Bridget Laszewski, Nora Kennon, Monica Klenk and Liz Reinwald. 

League honors went to Marist’s second varsity eight, with the boat represented by coxswain Erica Bogdan as well as rowers Brenna Logue, Kira Melendez, Brittany Morrisey, Megan Ladoceur, Annie Devorak, Nora Culhane, Danielle Villa and Samantha Blau.

Matt Lavin from Marist was named the 2013 MAAC Men’s Coach of the Year, while Joel Furtek from Canisius was chosen as the 2013 MAAC Women’s Coach of the Year.

 

2013 All-MAAC Rowing Awards


Men’s Varsity Fours

Jacksonville

Coxswain

David Waugh

Rowers

Shane Kennedy

 

Andrew Bechtold

 

Bernardas Vingilis

 

Sean Carney

Men’s Varsity Eights (tie)

Jacksonville

Coxswain

Maycee Dioneda

Rowers

Chase Rowe

 

Brian Cosmillo

 

Jeremy Sobiech

 

Nathan Esterline

 

Scott Waitley

 

Preston Weinard

 

Jared Low

 

Scott Del Vecchio

Marist

 

Coxswain

Chris Leonard

Rowers

Harrison Drouin-Reed

 

Seaton Drebitko

 

Chris Behnke

 

Jacob Enright

 

Dan Nesfeder

 

Matt Klos

 

Doug Woolley

 

Cameron Schuh

 

 Men’s Second Varsity Eights

Marist

 

Coxswain

Emma Flynn

Rowers

Conor Wiggins

 

Matt Michaud

 

Kyle Mikesh

 

Chris Bissetta

 

Tyler Sawyer

 

Chris Lorenz

 

Billy Hawxhurst

 

Ben Smith

Women’s Varsity Fours

Fairfield

 

Coxswain

Mikayla Daniels

Rowers

Sam Matte

 

Kim Beatty

 

Jacquie Moser

 

Rachel Corbett

Women’s Varsity Eights

Canisius

 

Coxswain

Hannah Blum

Rowers

Lynna Paradiso

 

Stephanie SanFilipo 

 

Nancy Kennish

 

Liz McKinney

 

Bridget Laszewski

 

Nora Kennon

 

Monica Klenk

 

Liz Reinwald

Women’s Second Varsity Eights

Marist

 

Coxswain

Erica Bogdan

Rowers

Brenna Logue

 

Kira Melendez

 

Brittany Morrisey

 

Megan Ladoceur

 

Annie Devorak

 

Nora Culhane

 

Danielle Villa

 

Samantha Blau

Men’s Coach of the Year: Matt Lavin, Marist

Women’s Coach of the Year: Joel Furtek, Canisius


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