Varsity Men: Will Allen, Mike Aluise, Mike Assenza, Mike Blake, John Borkowski, Brian Dmytriw, Tim Donovan, Scott Dreher, Josh Ehrenfeld, Kevin Fletcher, Pat Ford, kevin Fullam, Brad Gagnon, Andrew Hashway, Dan Horton, Logan Johnson, Matt Keys, T.J. Maguire, Mike Maurer, Rich McAvoy, Mike McGlinn, Chris Mullins, Tyler Pabst, Laura Pelosi, Even Quest, Cael Schwartzman, Maria Zandri.
Novice Men: Christopher Cardella, Kevin Glover, Craig Herman, Grady Kline, Alexander Kroft, John Lindber, Matt Moreau, Brendan Mulvey, Tyler Murphy, Rory O’Brien, Vincent O’Neill. Christopher Paddock, Jarrett Simisky.

Marist Collge Red Foxes Men's Crew
2006 MAAC Champions
Head Coach: Tom Sanford
Assistant Coaches: Sean Clarke, Rick lambert, Joshua Stratton
MAAC All-Academic Team: Brian Dmytriw, Scott Dreher, Richard McAvoy, Michael McGlinn, Christopher Naughton

MAAC Championship Recap
On Mercer Lake in West Windsor, New Jersey, the Marist College men's crew team won the 2006 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Rowing Championships. Marist took home its ninth league title with a total of 243 points. Loyola was the runner-up with 220 points. Fairfield finished in third place, followed by Iona and Manhattan. The Marist men won nine of the 10 events in which they were entered.

After winning the MAAC Championship, the Red Foxes took part at a meet in Massachusetts in which the men took home four victories. The men's Second Varsity Eight, Third Varsity Eight, Varsity Eight grand final crews and Varsity Eight petite final boat all captured victories, while the Novice Eight squad finished second. The following week the Marist crew continued its dominance of the Empire State, winning its second consecutive New York State Championship. The Red Foxes won the Sanford Family trophy for the overall points competition ahead of crews from Army, RIT and Hobart, among others. The Varsity Eight boat repeated as State Champs and the Novice Eight was victorious for the second consecutive season. The Second Varsity Eight brought home a second place finish overall.