Row 1 (L-R): Laura Pelosi, Rebecca Torrani, Michael Nguyen, Christopher Herrick, Andrew Hashway, Tim Letson, Brian Ford, Tim Donovan.
Row 2 (L-R): Michael Assenz,Andrew Grzybowski, Matthew Glaeser, Matthew Doran, Brad Maxwell, Ed Kurkowski, Marc Alberto, Patrick MaGuire, Captain Sean Clarke, Michael Mauer, Mike Aluise, Matthew Clark, Alex Bea, Tyler Pabst.
Row 3 (L-R):Will Copeland, Dave DeRienzo, Patrick Ford, Andrew Combs, Jeremy Abele, Dan McAvoy, Will Allen, Patrick Ahlberg, Ryan Buddenhagen.
Missing From Picture: Julian Turcotte, Bill Safford, John Borkowski, Rich McAvoy, Nick Aiezz, Brian Dmytri, Maria Zandri, Joseph Zukowski.

Marist College Red Foxes Men's Crew
2004 MAAC Champions
5th Place – ECAC National Invitational (Varsity Eight)
2nd Place – ECAC National Invitational (2nd Varsity Eight)
19th Place – IRA National Championships (Varsity Eight)
17th Place – IRA National Championships (2nd Varsity Eight)
Director of Rowing: Tom Sanford
Assistant Coaches: Kurt Najork, Nick McAvoy

MAAC Championship Recap
The Marist College men's crew team captured its fourth consecutive Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Title in 2004, as it swept the six events in which they entered. The Red Foxes have won seven of eight titles since beginning competition in the MAAC, as they finished second in the 2000 championship. Marist totaled 150 points, well ahead of Iona College, the runner-up, which scored 59 points. The Red Foxes were perfect for the second MAAC Championship in a row. Marist entered and won the Varsity Four, the Novice Four and the JV Four. The Red Foxes also swept through the Eights, as the team won the Varsity, Novice and JV Eight races.

A week after winning the MAAC Championship, the men’s crew team won the Junior Varsity Eight, Varsity Four, and Varsity Eight races before the competition was cut short at the New York State Championships. At the ECAC Championships the team earned two second place and two fifth place finishes. Also at the Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships, the Marist Varsity Eight finished 19th in the country, cracking the top-20 for the first time in several years. The Freshman Four continued their success as they rowed to a third place finish in the Petite Final to rank 9th out of the 24 teams in the nation. Overall, the Second Varsity Eight finished 17th out of 22 teams in the country. The finishes at the IRA National Championships capped a strong year for Marist men’s crew.