MARC All-Conference Awards Announced

(April 24) - The Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference has released its 2020 All-Conference Varsity, Novice and Academic selections..

McLean Named Head Men's Coach at Washington College

(November 4th) - Bill McLean, who had headed up the rowing program at Johnson & Wales since its inception, has been hired as the new head men's rowing coach at Washington College.

Cabrini, St. Mary's Novice Women Impress at Head of the Occoquan

(November 2nd) - A fourth-place finish in the women's novice eight for Catholic and a fifth-place finish in the women's novice four for St. Mary's highlighted the efforts of MARC crews at today's Head of the Occoquan.

Marietta Men, Bryn Mawr Women Shine at Head of the Schuylkill

(October 27th) - Several MARC crews competed at the Head of the Schuylkill on Saturday. The Marietta men turned in an impressive all-around performance, including a win in the novice four and a fifth-place finish in the championship four. Bryn Mawr's novice eight, meanwhile, took eighth while their varsity eight placed 12th.

F&M Women Win Four, Eight at Occoquan Chase

(October 13th) - Franklin & Marshall's women won both the women's open eight and open four at the Occoquan Chase Sunday.

Shorewomen Novices Place Fourth at Navy Day Regatta

(October 12th) - Washington College took fourth out of 12 crews in the women's collegiate frosh/novice four at the Navy Day Regatta Saturday, finishing in front of Division I Penn and Division II Jefferson.

Bucknell Eights Highlight Weekend's Performances

(October 7th) - Bucknell placed in the top three in all three eights (varsity, second varsity, novice) the Bison entered against a competitive field at the Head of the Genessee Saturday, highlighting this weekend's races for MARC schools.

Stockton Opens Fall Regatta Season for MARC Teams

(September 28th) - Stockton University became the first MARC team to compete this fall, hosting the Stockton AC Stakes on Saturday.

Washington College First Varsity Eight Wins Petite Final at NCAA Championship

(June 1st) - Washington College won the petite final of the first varsity eight at the NCAA Division III Championship, surging past Pacific Lutheran in a thrilling race. The Shorewomen finished eighth overall in the team standings.

MARC Highlights from Dad Vail

(May 12th) - Most of the MARC member programs were represented at the presitgious Dad Vail Regatta Friday and Saturday in Philadelphia. Among the results were a win in the men's collegiate junior varsity four for Bucknell, a second-place finish in the men's quad for Washington College, a second-place finish in the Division III women's varsity heavyweight eight for Washington College's second varsity eight, and a sixth-place finish in the women's frosh/novice four for North Park.

Hughes, Wolleben Named MARC Coaches of the Year

(April 30th) - Washington College women's head coach Kari Hughes and Bucknell men's head coach Dan Wolleben have been named the 2019 MARC Coaches of the Year after leading their respective teams to their respective MARC Championships. Full List of MARC Award Winners

Washington College, Bucknell Win MARC Championships

(April 27th) - The Washington College women won their seventh consecutive MARC Championship, earning their seventh consecutive NCAA Division III Championship berth, today, while the Bucknell men captured their second MARC Championship. MARC Championships Results

MARC Crews of the Week - April 23rd

(April 23rd) - The Franklin & Marshall varsity eight and Bucknell varsity eight are this week's women's and men's MARC Crews of the Week, respectively.

F&M Women Win DIII Varsity Eight at Kerr Cup

(April 20th) - F&M's women won the Division III Women's Varsity Eight today at the Kerr Cup, beating out MARC rival Bryn Mawr for first place in the final.

MARC Crews of the Week - April 16th

(April 16th) - The Franklin & Marshall varsity eight and Catholic novice eight share this week's MARC Women's Crew of the Week honor.

Impressive Performances Abound for MARC Crews at Knecht Cup

(April 14th) - A number of MARC crews turned in impressive performances at the Knecht Cup over the weekend, including a win in the DIII women's varsity four for the Washington College women, a win in the DIII women's varsity eight for the F&M women, and a win in the DIII frosh/novice eight for the Catholic women. Full Knecht Cup results.

MARC Crew of the Week - April 9th

(April 9th) - The Washington College women's second varsity eight has been named the MARC Crew of the Week.

Adrian Wins Women's Frosh Four at Lubbers Cup; Marietta Women Sweep Ohio Wesleyan

(April 7th) - On Sunday, Adrian won the women's frosh four at the Lubbers Cup, while Marietta's women swept a pair of races against Ohio Wesleyan.

F&M Women, Washington College Women Score Wins at Saturday Regattas

(April 7th) - The Franklin & Marshall women won the first varsity eight in a regatta hosted by Union College and the Washington College women claimed both the first and second varsity eights in a regatta hosted by Clark University, both on Saturday.

MARC Crews of the Week - April 4th

(April 4th) - The Washington College women's varsity eight and Catholic University men's novice eight have been named the MARC Crews of the Week.

Washington College Women Claim Washington College Invitational Points Trophy

(April 1st) - The Washington College women claimed the women's points trophy, while the WC men finished second in men's points in the Washington College Invitational Saturday. Six MARC women's teams and four MARC men's teams competed in the regatta.

Washington College Women, Bucknell Men Impress at Murphy Cup

(March 23rd) - The Washington College women's second varsity eight won the Division II/III women's varsity eight at Saturday's Murphy Cup, while their first varsity eight competed up and reached the petite final of the Division I women's varsity eight. On the men's side, Bucknell captured the petite final in both the men's varsity eight and men's junior varsity eight.

F&M and St. Mary's Split Early-Season MARC Dual Regatta

(March 16th) - Franklin & Marshall headed south to St. Mary's Friday for a dual regatta. Varsity eight races for both men and women were held with the Diplomats coming out on top in the men's race and the Seahawks taking the women's race.

Stockton Hires John Bancheri as Head Rowing Coach

(December 4th) - Stockton University has named John Bancheri as its first full-time head rowing coach. Bancheri has nearly 35 years of collegiate coaching experience.

Marietta Men Take Top Two Spots in JV 8 at Bill Braxton Memorial Regatta

(November 11th) - Marietta's men finished one-two in the men's collegiate JV eight at the Bill Braxton Memorial Regatta.

Marietta Men, Catholic Women Garner Medals at Head of the Occoquan; Shoremen Novices Shine Again

(November 4th) - Marietta's men won four medals Saturday at the Head of the Occoquan, including a bronze in the men's varsity eight and silver in the men's varsity four. Catholic's women, meanwhile, rowed to a silver medal in the women's novice eight at the same regatta. Elsehwere this weekend, the Washington College men's novices were impressive at the Head of the Hooch.

Shoremen Novices Impress at Head of Schuylkill, Ohio Wesleyan Makes Debut

(October 27th) - Washington College placed seventh of 22 crews in the men's college frosh/noice eight at the Head of the Schuylkill, finishing behind only crews from Division I schools and ahead of several crews from Division I schools. Elsewhere, Ohio Wesleyan competed as a varsity program for the first time at Marietta's Muskie Chase. Marietta won both the men's eights and men's fours, edging out first-year program and MARC rival Adrian.

MARC Crews Compete at Head of the Charles

(October 21st) - Crews from Bryn Mawr, Franklin & Marshall, and Marietta competed at the Head of the Charles Sunday. The top finish by a MARC crew belonged to Franklin & Marshall, whose women's collegiate four placed 14th amog 40 boats.

Catholic, F&M Impress at Occoquan Chase

(October 14th) - Catholic's fledgling rowing programs got off to an impressive start at the Occoquan Chase, winning the men's and women's novice eights. F&M's women, meanwhile, won the women's varsity four.

Adrian Impressive in Varsity Debut

(October 7th) - Adrian College's men's and women's teams were impressive in their varsity debuts at Rowtoberfest on Saturday. The Bulldog men were first and second in the three-boat men's collegiate four and first and third in the four-boat men's collegiate eight. The Bluudog women, meanwhile, were second eighth in the nine-boat women's collegiate four and fourth in the women's collegiate eight. Elsewhere this weekend, the Washington College men won a pair of novice races at the Occoquan Challenge.

Johnson & Wales Wins First Home Regatta

(September 23rd) - Johnson & Wales was the first MARC team to compete this fall and opened the season by hosting - and winning - its first-ever home regatta, against Massachusetts Maritime.

Lindgren-Streicher Tapped as New Head Coach at St. Mary's

(August 24th) - Anna Lindgren-Streicher, a 14-year veteran of collegiate rowing coaching, has been announced as the new head men's and women's rowing coach at St. Mary's.

MARC Welcomes Three New Member Schools for 2018-19

(July 1st) - The Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference welcomes three new member schools for the 2018-19 academic year - Adrian College, Catholic University, and Ohio Wesleyan University. All three schools are offering rowing at the varsity level for the first time. Adrian and Catholic are sponsoring programs on both the men's and women's sides of the conference, while Ohio Wesleyan will be offering a women's varsity program. With 12 competing institutions on the women's side stretching from Rhode Island to Illinois to Virginia, the MARC is the largest conference in Division III women's rowing, both in number of schools and in geographic area.

Washington College Places Eighth at NCAA Division III Championship

(May 26th) - Representing the MARC at the NCAA Division III Championship for the sixth consecutive year, the Washington College women placed eighth in the overall team standings.

Washington College, Army Win MARC Championships

(April 24th) - Due to ongoing thunderstorms, the finals of the men's and women's varsity eights at today's MARC Championships were canceled and heat times were used to determine points for those events. Washington College won its sixth consecutive MARC Women's Championship and NCAA Division III Championships bed, while Army won the MARC Men's Championship. All-MARC and Academic All-MARC selections can be found here.