Row 1: Victoria Fresolone, Anna Sanner, Captain Amber Van De Carr, Captain Karen Finnerty, Director of Swimming Larry VanWagner, Captain Jen Meyer, Sarah McKinney, Jamie Cannata, Kathleen Spicer.
Row 2: Kara Sabatini, Associate Head Coach Melanie Bolstad, Assistant Coach Kyle O’Neil, Kim Koehler, Jen Gelsomino, Ashley Papuga, Assistant Coach Chris OÇonnor, Assistant Coach Stephanie Sullivan, Sarah Long.
Row 3: Jessica Paul, Cynthia Spiecker, Megan Duffy, Kristen Schnitzer, Katie Szajowski, Emily Heslin, Trish Maxim, Lindsay Marotta, Lauren Malski, Karen Fleckenstein.

Marist College Red Foxes Women's Swimming and Diving
2004 MAAC Champions
2004 ECAC Championship Fourth Place
Overall Record: 8-4         MAAC Record: 6-1
Director of Swimming/Head Coach: Larry Van Wagner
Associate Head Coach/Diving Coach: Melanie Bolstad
Assistant Coaches: Kyle O’Neil, Chris O’Connor, Stephanie Sullivan
MAAC Coach of the Year: Larry Van Wagner
MAAC Most Outstanding Swimmer: Emily Heslin
MAAC Most Outstanding Diver: Amber Van De Carr

MAAC Championship Recap
The Red Fox Women's Swimming and Diving team set two school records on the final day of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships in 2004, on their way to winning their sixth title in nine years. The Red Foxes tallied 820.50 points and outpaced second place Rider, who earned 741. Loyola came in third with 561 points, followed by Siena, Fairfield, Iona, Niagara, Canisius, Manhattan and Saint Peter's.

Emily Heslin of Marist College and Lauren Urbanski of Rider University were named the MAAC Co-Women's Most Outstanding Swimmers, while Marist's Amber VanDeCarr was named the MAAC Women's Most Outstanding Diver. Marist swam the season under the direction of Director of Swimming Larry Van Wagner. Van Wagner, who took over the team after a 2003 season in which the team finished third, the lowest place in programs history. With the 12 school records and five MAAC records, Van Wagner was voted the MAAC Women's Coach of the Year.

Later that year, the Red Foxes wrapped up its most successful ECAC Championship in program history as they earned 369 points to finish in fourth place. The Red Foxes had never finished better than 15th in any other ECAC Championship. Boston College scored 566 points to win the meet, followed by St. John's 403, and New Hampshire, 395.