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MAAC Announces 2014 Rowing All-MAAC Teams
Courtesy: MAAC Sports  
Release: 04/25/2014
Courtesy: MAAC Sports

 

West Windsor, N.J. - The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference announced the 2014 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, Marist College won the top award for the men’s varsity four, which included coxswain Christina Popowytsch and rowers Sacha Castellani, Kevin Cabello, Oliver Lee and Cody Brooks. 

The Red Foxes also tied with Fairfield University for All-MAAC honors for their men’s varsity eight boats. Marist’s boat included coxswain Chris Leonard and rowers Brendan McLaughlin, Curtis Mahan, Chris Behnke, Kevin Coomey, Jake Enright, Matt Klos, Dan Nesfeder, and Cameron Schuh. Fairfield’s boat is comprised of coxswain Olivia Vita along with rowers Tom Siddall, Alex Nowicki, Brendan Spearing, Luke Auger, Charlie Serpa, Floris-Jan Floris, Herbie Marache, and Robert Lawler.

The men’s second varsity eight boat from Jacksonville earned conference honors.  The boat consists of coxswain Stephen McDonald and rowers Luke Myhree, Shane Barnett, Victor Gargaun, Travis Pulliam, Scott Marx, Frank Maurice, Will Vanneck and Nico MacKay.

On the women’s side, the varsity four boat from Marist College was the top choice amongst the head coaches.  The Red Foxes' boat includes coxswain Alexis Batulis and rowers Kim Foster, Carrie Rapp, Danielle Villa and Kristin Mahoney.

Jacksonville University claimed the top honors for the women’s varsity eight.  The Dolphins' boat includes coxswain Maycee Dioneda along with rowers Danielle Keeler, Stefanie Keeler, Jules Welch, Cat Plesko, Victoria Hernandez, Jessica Mathews, Veronika Stasaityte, and Jordyn Clary.

League honors went to Marist’s second varsity eight who tied with both Fairfield University and Jacksonville University, the Red Foxes' boat is represented by coxswain Erica Bogdan as well as rowers Kristin Wilson, Nora Culhane, Astrid Skjaerpe, Meghan Ladouceur, Alicen Shaw, Katherine Perry, Theresa Fillippini and Kira Melendez. Fairfield's boat is comprised of coxswain Nicole Antonucci along with rowers Amanda Murphy, Victoria Vesce, Avery Adams, Jaclyn Ozyjowski, Samantha Clifford, Kim Ginsburg, Melissa Iannucci and Jeannette Eckelman. Jacksonville's boat consists of coxswain Lauren Whetzel and rowers Anna Palmer, Laura Stevenson, Jenna Holt, Victoria Tkacz, Allie Rector, Ashley Hirt, Jodi Coia and Sydney Warpness.

Matt Lavin from Marist was named the 2014 MAAC Men’s Coach of the Year, while Jim Mitchell from Jacksonville was chosen as the 2014 MAAC Women’s Coach of the Year.

Men's Varsity Four

Marist

Coxswain

Christina Popowytsch

Rowers

Sacha Castellani

 

Kevin Cabello

 

Oliver Lee

 

Cody Brooks

 Men's Varsity Eight

Marist

Coxswain

Chris Leonard

Rowers

Brendan McLaughlin

 

Curtis Mahan

 

Chris Behnke

 

Kevin Coomey

 

Jake Enright

 

Matt Klos

 

Dan Nesfeder

 

Cameron Schuh

Fairfield

Coxswain

Olivia Vita

Rowers

Tom Siddall

 

Alex Nowicki

 

Brendan Spearing

 

Luke Auger

 

Charlie Serpa

 

Floris-Jan Floris

 

Herbie Marache

 

Robert Lawler

 Men's Second Varsity Eight

Jacksonville

Coxswain

Stephen McDonald

Rowers

Luke Myhree

 

Shane Barnett

 

Victor Gargaun

 

Travis Pulliam

 

Scott Marx

 

Frank Maurice

 

Will Vanneck

 

Nico MacKay

 Women's Varsity Four

Marist

Coxswain

Alexis Batulis

Rowers

Kim Foster

 

Carrie Rapp

 

Danielle Villa

 

Kristin Mahoney

 Women's Varsity Eight

Jacksonville

Coxswain

Maycee Dioneda

Rowers

Danielle Keeler

 

Stefanie Keeler

 

Jules Welch

 

Cat Plesko

 

Victoria Hernandez

 

Jessica Mathews

 

Veronika Stasaityte

 

Jordyn Clary

 Women's Second Varsity Eight

Marist

Coxswain

Erica Bogdan

Rowers

Kristin Wilson

 

Nora Culhane

 

Astrid Skjaerpe

 

Meghan Ladouceur

 

Alicen Shaw

 

Katherine Perry

 

Theresa Fillippini

 

Kira Melendez

Fairfield

Coxswain

Nicole Antonucci

Rowers

Amanda Murphy

 

Victoria Vesce

 

Avery Adams

 

Jaclyn Ozyjowski

 

Samantha Clifford

 

Kim Ginsburg

 

Melissa Iannucci

 

Jeannette Eckelman

Jacksonville

Coxswain

Lauren Whetzel

Rowers

Anna Palmer

 

Laura Stevenson

 

Jenna Holt

 

Victoria Tkacz

 

Allie Rector

 

Ashley Hirt

 

Jodi Coia

 

Sydney Warpness

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

Women’s Coach of the Year: Jim Mitchell, Jacksonville

 

About the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
The MAAC, headquartered in Edison, N.J., consists of 11 member institutions: Canisius College, Fairfield University, Iona College, Manhattan College, Marist College, Monmouth University, Niagara University, Quinnipiac University, Rider University, Saint Peter's University and Siena College. ANC Sports Enterprises, LLC. is the league’s marketing consultant and has the exclusive sales rights to the MAAC.  For more on the conference please visit, www.maacsports.com. The MAAC Twitter account is @MAACSports and use the hashtag #MAACRow for rowing tweets.

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