MARC Crews Find Success at Head of the Charles
(October 23rd) - Four MARC schools were represented at the Head of the Charles over the weekend. Bryn Mawr edged out Franklin & Marshall for 16th place in the women's collegiate fours. Marietta turned in an impressive 14th-place showing in the men's collegiate eights. Washington College's 25th-place finish in the men's collegiate fours was its best in nine years.
F&M Turns in Number of Strong Finishes at Occoquan Chase
(October 16th) - Several MARC teams were in action over the weekend. Franklin & Marshall led the way, racing at the Occoquan Chase Sunday. The Diplomats' women's novice four won its race, while the men's novice four did the same.
Shorewomen's Four Second at Occoquan Challenge
(October 9th) - In a light weekend of MARC rowing (only North Park and Washington College competed), a second-place finish by the Washington College women's varsity four at the Occoquan Challenge was a highlight.
North Park Gets 2017-18 Regatta Season Started
(October 2nd) - North Park was the first MARC team to compete in a regatta this year, racing in the women's collegiate four and women's collegiate novice four at the Head of the Des Moines Saturday. The Vikings' varsity boat placed fifth of eight boats, while the novices were sixth of six.
Washington College Women, Marietta Men Claim MARC Championships
(April 29th) - The 13th-ranked Washington College women's rowing team won its fifth consecutive MARC Championship by sweeping the first and second varsity eights at today's championship regatta. The Shorewomen will represent the MARC at the NCAA Division III Championships for the fifth straight year. On the men's side, Marietta's men captured its first MARC Championship on the strength of its victory in the varsity eight. Full Championship results can be found here. A list of this year's MARC Award Winners can be found here. Phil Schmehl and Kari Hughes were named the MARC Men's and Women's Coaches of the Year.
Bryn Mawr Cracks National Poll for First Time
(April 25th) - For the first time in program history, Bryn Mawr is nationally-ranked, checking in at 15th in this week's CRCA/USRowing Division III Top 15 Coaches Poll. The Owls swapped places with Franklin & Marshall, who missed making the ranking this week by one vote-point after coming in at 15th last week. Four-time defending conference champion Washington College is ranked 13th this week.