Rowing Competes in Head of the Schuylkill Regatta

Rowing Competes in Head of the Schuylkill Regatta

PHILADELPHIA - The Thomas Jefferson University rowing team raced in the Head of the Schuylkill Regatta on the Schuylkill River on Saturday.

Women's Championship Pair without Coxswain
1. Penn – 15:48.578
2. Temple – 15:51.452
3. Duquesne – 16:07.506
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10. Jefferson A – 17:24.446
- Maxi Schacht, Jenna-Lynne D'Agostino
12. Jefferson B – 17:27.525
- Jillian Paternoster, Colton Salomon-Lowden

Women's College Frosh/Novice Fours with Coxswain
1. Temple – 15:22.402
2. Lafayette – 16:53.150
3. Buffalo State – 17:28.462
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8. Jefferson – 18:13.541
- Nicole Snyder (stroke), Camila Meza, Elizabeth D'Alfonsi, Sarah Abatiello (bow), MaryAnn Saad (coxswain)

Women's Championship Fours with Coxswain
1. Georgetown A – 14:30.418
2. Penn – 14:50.392
3. Georgetown B – 14:56.811
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27. Jefferson B – 16:38.706
- Jennifer Palacios (stroke), Emily Karras, Katherine Gortner, Madison Carter (bow), Anne Demetroules (coxswain)
28. Jefferson A – 16:43.846
- Angelika Tota (stroke), Elizabeth Zolnierzak, Emma Erato, Hannah Tobinus (bow), Mara Holt (coxswain)

Women's College Frosh/Novice Eights
1. Duquesne – 14:34.109
2. Drexel – 14:55.480
3. Penn – 15:21.329
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12. Jefferson – 17:34.916
- Nicole Snyder (stroke), Katie DeWitt, Jenna Snyder, Olivia Eichman, Jayna Bruno, Brenna Carley, Hope Heffner, Sarah Abatiello (bow), Kylie Swanick (coxswain)

Women's Club Championship Eights
1. Penn – 14:00.930
2. Temple – 14:17.675
3. Georgetown B – 14:23.567
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14. Jefferson A – 14:58.904
- Maxi Schacht (stroke), Colton Salomon-Lowden, Angelika Tota, Jenna-Lynne D'Agostino, Emma Erato, Elizabeth Zolnierzak, Jillian Paternoster, Madison Carter (bow), Mara Holt (coxswain)
32. Jefferson B – 16:03.681
- Jennifer Palacios (stroke), Mariah Pease, Erica Lehman, Katie Lutterschmidt, Rachel Hackius, Hannah Tobinus, Katherine Gortner, Savannah Webb (bow), Anne Demetroules (coxswain)

NEXT UP
The Rams finish the fall portion of their season with the Frostbite Regatta on the Cooper River on Saturday, November 9.