Five members of the Franklin & Marshall women’s rowing team were named to the 2017 Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Scholar-Athlete list, announced Wednesday. Teresa Chappell and Leah Issokson earned the honor for the second straight year, while Jillian Goss-Holmes, Helen Nelson and Margaret Stoner all garnered the distinction for the first time.
Another year of strong showings in prestigious regattas awarded Franklin & Marshall continued recognition among Division III’s top programs as the Diplomats became a fixture in the USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) National Poll, reaching as high as No. 15.
For the second-consecutive season, Franklin & Marshall’s women’s rowing team produced a second-place finish at the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Championships, accumulating 52 total points on Saturday afternoon at Gifford Pinchot State Park.
Franklin & Marshall women’s rowing returns for the 10th annual Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Championships on Saturday, seeking the program’s first championship. The Diplomats travel to Gifford Pinchot State Park in Lewisberry to take on the MARC’s nine other member teams.
Franklin & Marshall’s women's First Varsity 8+ boat registered a fourth-place finish out of 13 total competitors on Saturday at the 35th Memorial Murphy Cup Regatta on the Schuylkill River. Three boats competed in the event for the Diplomats.
FAIRFAX STATION, Va. – Franklin & Marshall’s women’s rowing team wrapped up the fall portion of its schedule at the Head of the Occoquan Regatta in Fairfax Station, Va. on Saturday. The Diplomats had a total of four boats compete in the event.
Franklin & Marshall's Teresa Chappell was named to the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Pocock All-America Second Team. The honor is the first of Chappell's career and the second in the history of the women's rowing program with Natalie Guzikowski also earning the distinction in 2014.
Three members of the Franklin & Marshall women’s rowing team earned a spot on the 2016 Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Scholar-Athlete List. Allison Hoffmann garnered the distinction for the second consecutive year while Leah Issokson and Teresa Chappell were honored for the first time.
Women’s rowing proved throughout the season that the Diplomats had the talent necessary to compete with some of the nation’s top programs. Division III took notice of that fact and rewarded Franklin & Marshall with a two-week stint in the national rankings, remaining at No. 15 from April 20 to May 4.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s rowing team recorded its highest finish ever at the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Championships, securing second place out of five competing teams with 35 points on Saturday in Lewisberry.
The No. 15 ranked Franklin & Marshall women's rowing team is primed to compete at the ninth annual Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Championship this Saturday at Gifford Pinchot State Park is Lewisberry.
Franklin & Marshall's women's rowing team continued its early season success on Saturday in Philadelphia, winning two of the three races the Diplomats participated in. The event featured competition amongst boats from La Salle, Philadelphia University and fellow MARC opponent Washington College.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s rowing team continued to display itself as a program on the rise throughout last season, culminating with a historic finish at the 77th annual Aberdeen Dad Vail Regatta. This year’s group looks to ride that momentum into 2016 in search of the program’s first Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (CC) Championship.
It’s 4:45 a.m.
Little is happening at Franklin & Marshall College, but across campus, alarms announcing a new day are beginning to ring. These alarms belong to members of the rowing team, and the call to rise represents only the first mental test that their sport will throw at them today.