Row 1 (L-R): Whitney Butler, Katie Spicer, Victoria Fresolone, Kim Koehler, Trish Maxim, Meghan Duffy, Jamie Cannata, Melissa Mangona, Rachel Cuyler, Anna Sanner, Catherine Hartford.
Row 2 (L-R): Head Coach Larry VanWagner, Associate Head Coach Melanie Bolstad, Savannah Puca, Kelsea Fortner, Ashley Papuga, Jamie Falco, Cindy Spiecker, Jess Paul, Lindsay Marotto, Maura Pepin, Sandra Bujalski, Jackie Fountaine, Jennifer Silva.

Marist College Red Foxes Women's Swimming and Diving
2005 MAAC Champions
Head Swimming Coach: Larry VanWagner
Head Diving Coach: Melanie Bolstad
Assistant Coaches: Ray Ferranti, KyleO’Neil, Stephanie Sullivan
MAAC Diving Coach of the Year: Melanie Bolstad
MAAC Swimmer of the Year: Jamie Falco
MAAC Diver of the Year: Meghan Duffy
MAAC All-Academic Team: Jamie Cannata, Meghan Duffy, Trish Sarah McKinney, Lindsay Marotto, Trish Maxim, Cynthia Spiecker, Katie Szajowski

MAAC Championship Recap
The Marist Women's Swimming and Diving team won its seventh MAAC title in 10 years with 731 points, well ahead of Rider and host Loyola. Associate Head Coach Meghan Duffy was named Diver of the Year. Freshman Jamie Falco also earned MAAC Swimmer of the Year honors. Duffy won the 3 meter board with a MAAC record 437.10 points, ahead of teammate Melissa Mangona with a total of 386.75. Falco won the 200 Backstroke with a time of 2:06.80, which set a league and school record in the event. 

The Marist women's swimming and diving team went on to place fifth at the 2005 ECAC Championships. The Red Foxes scored 284 points at the meet, behind only Boston College, New Hampshire, Harvard and Wagner.