Marietta Wins B Final at SIRAs

(April 20th) - The 10th-ranked Marietta women's rowing team represented the MARC well at this weekend's SIRA Championships as the Pioneers won the B Final of the women's varsity eight. Also this weekend, Washington College's men's varsity eights had impressive showings on Sunday in Worcester. F&M's women, meanwhile, captured the Division III women's varsity eight at the Kerr Cup.

Shorewomen, Owls Win at Knecht Cup

(April 13th) - With all of the MARC competing at the Knecht Cup this weekend, it was the Washington College women and Bryn Mawr coming out as the big winners. The Shorewomen won both Division III women's varsity eight races, while the Owls won the Division III women's novice eight.

Stockton Claims New Jersey Bragging Rights Against Rutgers-Camden

(April 6th) - In a showdown between the MARC's two New Jersey schools, Stockton swept all three races against Rutgers-Camden Saturday, winning the men's varsity and novice fours and the women's varsity four.

#5 Shorewomen's First Varsity Eight Edges #3 Wellesley's Top Boat

(March 29th) - The fifth-ranked Washington College women scored a big win for the MARC on Saturday as the Shorewomen's first varsity eight edged third-ranked Wellesley Saturday on the Chester River. Elsewhere, at the Murphy Cup, Bryn Mawr, Franklin & Marshall's women, and Washington College's men all had boats advance to final races, while Rutgers-Camden finished on top of a three-boat field in the women's pair.

Bryn Mawr, Marietta, North Park Open Spring Racing Season

(March 23rd) - Bryn Mawr opened its spring racing schedule Saturday by sweeping club teams from Haverford and Susquehanna in a home invitational. Elsewhere on Saturday, Marietta hosted North Park as well as Dayton and Duquesne. The Pioneers won the varsity four and beat out the Vikings for third in the varsity eight.

Shoremen, Ospreys Put Bow on Fall Racing Season

(November 10th) - The Washington College men and the Richard Stockton women raced at the Frostbite Regatta and Bill Braxton Memorial Regatta, respectively, over the weekend to conclude the fall season for MARC crews. The Shoremen's first varsity eight finished second in its race.

Three MARC Schools Compete at Head of the Occoquan

(November 3rd) - Washington College, Franklin & Marshall, and Marietta competed Saturday at the Head of the Occoquan. The top finish was turned in by Washington's men's novice four, which placed fourth.

Washington College Men, F&M Men Shine at Head of the Schuylkill

(October 27th) - Four MARC schools competed at the Head of the Schuylkill on Saturday. The Washington College men's novice four picked up a bronze medal, finishing in third place out of 16 boats. Franklin & Marshall's men's varsity four, meanwhile, placed sixth of 36 boats in the championship fours.

Washington College Women Place 5th at Head of the Charles

(October 20th) - Two-time defending MARC women's champion Washington College placed fifth in the women's collegiate eights at the Head of the Charles on Sunday, the Shorewomen's best-ever finish in that race.

Washington College Takes Sixth at NCAA Championships

(May 31st) - Sixth-ranked Washington College finished sixth at the NCAA Division III Championships, held Friday and Saturday in Indianapolis. The Shorewomen's first varsity eight won its repechage to advance to the grand final.

Marietta Women Win at Dad Vail, Washington College Women Make ECAC Final

(May 12th) - Thirteenth-ranked Marietta won the women's varsity eight Division III event at the Dad Vail regatta Saturday. Meanwhile, MARC Champion ninth-ranked Washington College advanced to the grand final and finished sixth in the women's varsity eight at the ECAC National Invitational Rowing Championships on Sunday.

Washington College Wins Women's, Men's MARC Titles

(April 26th) - For the second year in a row, the 10th-ranked Washington College women edged out 12th-ranked Marietta for the MARC Championship and automatic berth to the NCAA Division III Championships at today's championship regatta. On the men's side, Washington College also won, claiming its fourth title in five years. Rich Wilson of Mary Washington was named the Coach of the Year for both men's and women's rowing. PHOTOS

 

 
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