Roster (Alphabetical): Maddie Arciello, Stephanie Bonifacio, Kristina Bystrak, Bridget Curley, Taylor Deubel, Renata Diotalevi, Kelsey Forster, Anna Grazulis, Kim Keller, Megan Knight, Alexandria Koukos, Colleen Lampe, Breann Lydon, Emily Miles, Isabella Morreale, Kate Mosca, Sarah Mosca, Bonnie Orr, Bethany Powhida, Beth Saravo, Lindsey Squillante, Kimberly Tobias, Sarah Wagner, Lauren Weiner, Meredith Wurtz

Marist College Red Foxes Women’s Swimming and Diving
2014 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Champions
Overall Record: 8-3        MAAC Record: 5-0
Marist Athletics Departments 100th MAAC Championship
Head Coach: Larry VanWagner
Associate Head Coach/ Head Diving Coach: Melanie Bolstad
Assistant Coaches: Kyle O’Neil, Jim Ballesimo, Ben Strickland
MAAC Women’s Swimming Coach of the Year: Larry VanWagner
MAAC Championship Women’s Most Outstanding Diver: Kimberly Tobias
MAAC All-Academic Team: Maddie Arciello, Kristina Bystrak, Bridget Curley, Kim Kaller, Megan Knight, Alexandria Koukos, Emily Miles, Beth Saravo, Lindsey Squillante, Kimberly Tobias, Sarah Wagner, Lauren Weiner

MAAC Championship Recap
The women’s swimming and diving team won Marist its 100th Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Championship title. Marist claimed the victory boasting a total of 801 points over the three-day event in Buffalo, N.Y. The Red Foxes’ championship is the team’s fourth consecutive conference title, as well as the swimming and diving program’s 27th in 18 years. Head Coach Larry Van Wagner was named MAAC Women’s Head Coach of the Year, while Kimberly Tobias was honored as MAAC Diver of the Year.

In the Finals, senior Bonnie Orr claimed a first-place finish in the 1,650 freestyle. The 400-yard freestyle squad consisting of freshmen trio Bridget Curley, Colleen Lampe and Meredith Wurtz also claimed first-place.

Claiming second place finishes for the Red Foxes were senior Maddie Arciello (100-yard freestyle), junior Kimberly Tobias (one-meter dive), and sophomore Bethany Powhida (200-yard backstroke). Third place finishers for the Red Foxes included freshman Meredith Wurtz (100-yard freestyle), freshman Isabella Morreale (200-yard backstroke), and senior Emily Miles (200-yard butterfly).