Row 1 (L-R): John Mullady, Dan McAvoy, Joe Kitchen, Matt Clark, Alex Bea, Jeremy Abele, Paul Ryan, Andrew Combs, Jake Herrick, Pat Sullivan, Brad Maxwell, Tim Letson.
Row 2 (L-R): Sean Clarke, John Corrigan, Dave DeRienzo, Will Copeland, Assistant Coach Matt Adams, Andrew Grzybowski, Michael Nguyen, Matt Bender, Garry Tenebruso.
Missing From Picture: John Snyder, Heidi Warnecke, Head Coach Tom Sanford.
MAAC Championship Recap
The Marist College men's crew team successfully defended its Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title for the third year in a row as they swept every category it entered. The Red Foxes finished first in the point standings with 120. In the Varsity Eight race, the "A" boat crossed the line first in a time of 6:24.3 and the "B" boat placed third. The Novice Eight "A" and "B" boats went 1-2, crossing the line with times of 6:19.5 and 6:43.2, respectively. In Fours' competition, the men's Varsity "A" placed first in a time of 6:52.8, while the "B" boat finished third. While both the Junior Varsity Four placed first as well as the Novice Four crew.
Then at the New York State Collegiate Championships, the team capped off a successful event with a Novice Eight victory by seven and a half seconds over Army. In other races, the Varsity Four took third behind Hobart and the Merchant Marines, the Varsity Eight placed third in their respective race, and the Second Novice Eight placed second in their final. Following the NYS Championships, the team placed well at the ECAC Championships where three of the men's boats placed in the top three, with no one finishing below 12th. The Novice Eight and Second Novice Eight each finished second in their respective races, while the Varsity Eight took third. In the Varsity Four race, the Red Foxes crossed the line eighth.
The Red Foxes went on to compete at the Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships where the Varsity Eight squad took 21st place overall as they finished third in the fourth-level final. The Red Foxes beat crews from Hobart, Virginia, and Dowling. In the Freshman Eight third-level final, the Red Foxes took sixth.