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Open Women

2017 | 2016 | 2015

Head Coach
Gina Pagán

2016 Finish

  • Varsity 8 - 7th at MACRA, semis at Vails
  • Varsity 4 - 3rd at ACRA
  • Novice 8 - 2nd at MACRA, semis at Vails, 11th at ACRA

Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 3

2017 Seniors - 2

2017 Outlook
"This year, we have a core group of upperclassmen lead an eager group of freshmen, pushing each other from both directions and ultimately raising the bar for the program. The women continue to take steps forward, while redefining our culture and building on the momentum from previous years.The spring season opens with scrimmages against the University of Dayton and MSOE before we travel to Lubbers Cup in Michigan. The Illinois Collegiate Rowing Invitational and MACRA are next on the schedule, where we see formidable competition that will prepare us for our championship races - Dad Vail and ACRA. We are looking forward to another exciting spring!"
-Head Coach Gina Pagán

Open Men

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Marquette racing at 2014 HOCR

Head Coach
Megan McCulloch, 1st year

2014 Finish

  • Novice 4 - 5th at MACRA

Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 1

2015 Seniors - 0

2015 Outlook
"We have a tough road ahead of us. The competition these young men face is very strong, and typically more experienced. With a Varsity Men's team consisting of mostly Sophomores, we recognize that in order to succeed they have to put in extra effort each and every day in order to bring the team up to the level of competition that surrounds us. Closing out the fall with some success and some hard losses in Novice and Varsity races, we all went into the long winter fired up, wanting more. Having a young team is also very exciting. The team will become what they make of it. Marquette Men's Crew will be remolded into whatever these guys decide they truly want. From where I'm standing - they want gold. Winter season gets long in the north, but each day they show up ready to exceed prior marks and set new, higher, expectations. They're putting in the work. I can't wait to see it pay off. Spring racing can't come soon enough!"
-Head Coach Megan McCulloch