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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat May 13, 2017 2:53 am

COLBY: WOMEN'S CREW 11TH AT NATIONAL INVITATIONAL ROWING MEET

WORCESTER, Mass. -- The Colby College women's varsity 8 crew placed 11th overall at the National Invitational Rowing Championships on Friday.

The 14th-ranked Mules finished fifth in the Petite Final (places 7 to 12) in 7 minutes, 11.251 seconds. Colby finished ahead of 15th-ranked William Smith (7:12.792).

The Mules placed fourth in the opening heat with a time of 6:54.249, beating 12th-ranked Smith College (6:56.651).

Susannah Donoho (coxswain), Elli Mapstone (8), Eliza Mushinski (7), Libby Huber (6), Emily Muller (5), Katelyn Hamilton (4), Sophia Bartels (3), Ellie Krossa (2), and Bobbi Alman (1) rowed for Colby.

Colby's second varsity 8 placed second in the Petite Final and eighth overall with a time of 7:05.996. The Mules beat William Smith, RIT, Tufts, and Hamilton. Colby was fourth in the second heat in 7:14.213.

Riley Karp (coxswain), Katy Donchik (8), Lydia Larson (7), Helen Watson (6), Ling MacLean (5), Amanda Deming (4), Lilly Watson (3), Andrea Velazquez (2), and Maddie Andrews (1) were in the boat for the Mules.

Colby's Anita Guaman (coxswain), Caroline Stetson-Dibble (8), Lucy Weaver (7), Alessandra Grossman (6), Charlotte Jones (5), Kate Burke (4), Helen Carroll (3), Alison Obstler (2), and Anya Parauda (1) finished eighth overall in the third varsity race in 7:35.561.

National Invitational Rowing Championships
Women's Varsity 8
Petite Final (places 7-12)
1. RIT, 6:57.134
2. WPI, 7:05.008
3. U. New Hamsphire, 7:05.241
4. Hamilton, 7:06.228
5. Colby, 7:11.251
6. William Smith, 7:12.792
Women's Varsity 8 Heat 1
1. Bates, 6:36.502
2. Tufts, 6:39.664
3. RIT, 6:40.187
4. Colby, 6:54.249
5. Smith, 6:56.651
6. Clark, 7:33.705

Women's Second Varsity 8
Petite Final (places 7 to 12)
1. U. New Hampshire, 7:01.492
2. Colby, 7:05.996
3. William Smith, 7:08.005
4. RIT, 7:11.283
5. Tufts, 7:17.836
6. Hamilton, 7:18.871
Women's Second Varsity 8 Heat 2
1. Wesleyan, 6:57.102
2. WPI, 6:59.171
3. U. New Hampshire, 7:00.943
4. Colby, 7:14.213
5. Simmons, 7:28.472
6. Mt. Holyoke, 7:41.032

Women's Third Varsity 8
Petite Final (places 7-10)
1. Ithaca, 7:30.458
2. Colby, 7:35.561
3. WPI 'B', 7:38.475
4. Trinity, 7:43.214
Women's Third Varsity 8 Heat 1
1. Williams 'A', 6:58.096
2. Wellesley, 7:08.568
3. Williams 'B', 7:08.871
4. Colby, 7:38.184
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Re: Rowing 2017:

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Postby Tom Nolette » Thu May 18, 2017 3:10 am

COLBY'S MAPSTONE ON ALL-NESCAC WOMEN'S ROWING TEAM

WATERVILLE, Maine -- Colby College sophomore Elli Mapstone (Andover, Mass.), who sits in the stroke position for women's crew, was named to the New England Small College Athletic Conference Rowing All-Conference Team on Wednesday.

Mapstone made the All-NESCAC Second Team after helping the Mules finish the season ranked 11th in Division III. The Mules moved up from 14th after taking 11th at the National Intercollegiate Rowing Championships last Friday. Colby also placed 10th at the New England Championships.

The stroke position is the number eight spot in the boat and is closest to the stern and coxswain. Often the most competitive rower in the crew, the stroke works with the coxswain to establish the crew's rate (number of strokes per minute) and rhythm.

NESCAC Women's Rowing All-Conference Team

FIRST TEAM
Clara Berry, Williams, junior
Sera Busse, Tufts, junior
Emma Conroy, Tufts, junior
Rosemary Kyne, Bates, junior
Gabrielle Markel, Williams, senior
Ava Miller-Lewis, Wesleyan, senior
Molly Pritz, Bates, senior
Olivia Stockly, Bates, junior
Eileen Russell, Williams, sophomore
Katherine Traquina (coxswain), Bates, senior

SECOND TEAM
Louisa Abel (coxswain), Williams, junior
Toni Bowden, Trinity, junior
Annalee Holmdahl, Wesleyan, senior
Ann-Sophie Koglin, Hamilton, first-year
Libby Lichter, Tufts, sophomore
Elli Mapstone, Colby, sophomore
Bertie Miller, Williams, junior
Laura Rand, Bates, junior
Lena Rintell, Bates, sophomore
Coach of the Year: Peter Steenstra, Bates
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Re: Rowing 2017:

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COLBY'S ASHLEY NAMED TO ALL-NESCAC MEN'S ROWING TEAM

WATERVILLE, Maine -- Colby College sophomore Ethan Ashley (Philadelphia, Pa.), who sits in the seventh spot for the men's crew, was named to the New England Small College Athletic Conference Men's Rowing All-Conference Second Team on Wednesday.

Ashley helped the Mules finish 10th at the National Intercollegiate Rowing Championships, ninth at the New England Championships, and lead Colby to a tri-meet win over University of New Hampshire and University of Vermont.

Ashley was one of only two sophomores to make the all-conference team.

The seventh spot in the boat sits directly behind the stroke and is typically both skilled and fit. The rower's job is emulate the rhythm of the stroke and act as a buffer between the stroke and the rest of the crew.

2017 NESCAC Men's Rowing All-Conference Team

FIRST TEAM
Graham Buchan, Williams, senior
Erik Divan, Bates, senior
William Lehrer, Bates, senior
Tyler McCullough, Tufts, senior
Zach Merchant, Tufts, senior
Michael Polson, Williams, senior
Roderick Pratt, Bates, junior
Mike Queenan, Wesleyan, senior
Charlie Sheils, Williams, senior
Benjamin Whitehead (coxswain), Bates, senior

SECOND TEAM
Ethan Ashley, Colby, sophomore
Doug Burt, Tufts, senior
Will Corban, Trinity, senior
Sam Ellison, Williams, junior
Devin Flynn (coxswain), Williams, junior
Colin Mattox, Wesleyan, senior
Greg Montenegro, Connecticut College, junior
Trent Pfeiffer, Hamilton, sophomore
Daniel Sparks, Bates, junior
Mats Terwiesch, Bates, junior
Coach of the Year: Peter Steenstra, Bates.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri May 19, 2017 2:40 am

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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri May 19, 2017 2:47 am

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Congrats to Ethan Ashely (men) and Elli Mapstone (women) for being named All-NESCAC 2nd Team! #holdthehill
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Re: Rowing 2017:

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu May 25, 2017 3:11 am

COLBY: WOMEN'S CREW HAS 21 ON NIRC ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

WATERVILLE, Maine -- Susannah Donoho made the National Invitational Rowing Championships (NIRC) All-Stewards Team and the Colby women's crew had 21 rowers earn NIRC All-Academic Team honors.

Coaches are able to nominate one student-athlete per program for additional recognition. The All-Stewards Team goes to captains, outstanding oarsmen and women, team leaders, or other key contributors of their program.

Donoho was the coxswain of the women's varsity 8 boat. Donoho also was one of the 21 women's rowers to earn academic honors.

Other rowers on the NIRC team include: Bobbi Alman, Maddie Andrews, Sophia Bartels, Annie Byrnes, Helen Carroll, Cari Daniels, Alessandra Grossman, Katelyn Hamilton, Libby Huber, Charlotte Jones, Riley Karp, Ellie Krossa, Lydia Larson, Alex Lucas, Ling MacLean, Elli Mapstone, Emily Muller, Alison Obstler, Sarah Rossien, and Andie Velazquez

Rowers needed at least a 3.35 grade point average, be at least sophomore standing, and transfers must have completed at least one year at the current institution.
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