Row 1 (L-R):Head Coach Larry VanWagner, Vicky Fresolone, Katie Spicer, Jess Paul, Sarah McKinney, Whitney Butler, Lindsay Marotto, Kim Koehler, Jamie Cannata, Head Diving Coach Melanie Bolstad.
Row 2 (L-R): Assistant Coach Ray Ferranti, Anna Sanner, Jennifer Gelsomino, Cindy Spiecker, Jamie Falco, Trish Maxin, Emily Heslin, Katie Szajowski, Meghan Duffy, Lauren Malski, Karen Fleckenstien, Ashley Papuga, Melissa Mangona.

Marist College Red Foxes Women's Swimming and Diving
2006 MAAC Champions
Head Coach: Larry Van Wagner
Associate Head Coach: Melanie Bolstad
Assistant Coaches: Maeghan Deasy, Kyle O’Neil
MAAC All-Academic Team: Jamie Cannata, Meghan Duffy, Jamie Falco, Lindsay Marotto, Trish Maxim, Cindy Spiecker

MAAC Championship Recap
In 2006, the Marist Women's Swimming and Diving team entered the final day of competition at the MAAC Championships 16 points behind Rider. Following the final event, the Red Foxes were on top of the entire field, as they posted a point total of 821. Sophomore Jamie Falco set a new MAAC and school record in the 200-yard backstroke. Marist methodically chipped away at the Rider lead, consistently placing swimmers in the top six. The come from behind win gave the Red Foxes a third straight MAAC title.

Later that year, for the first time in school history, the Marist women's swimming and diving team won the ECAC Championships. The Red Foxes posted a point total of 535.5, as they beat Harvard who finished second with 483 points and Seton Hall, who placed third with 436 points. After a 9-0 start to the season, the Red Foxes dropped the final two dual meets and finished 9-2 on the year. The team finished ranked 25th in the Mid-Major Swimming and Diving Poll.