Women’s Rowing Starts Back Up For 2018

After over four months, the Manhattan College women’s rowing team has took to the waters for the spring portion of their 2017-2018 campaign. The team’s last regatta of the winter was the Frostbite Regatta held on Nov. 11 in West Windsor, N.J. During the regatta, Manhattan had one team of rowers, their Lightweight 4+, take home gold. While that was a nice moment for five … Continue reading Women’s Rowing Starts Back Up For 2018

Meet Maggie Tebbetts

Maggie Tebbetts is a senior member of Manhattan College’s women’s rowing team.  Originally from North Haven, Connecticut, she came to MC to study environmental science.  As a four-year member of the team, Tebbetts saw rowing evolve from simply a club sport to a Division I force to be reckoned with. The Quadrangle: How did you get into rowing? Maggie Tebbetts: So I didn’t do it … Continue reading Meet Maggie Tebbetts

A Look into Women’s Rowing

For the Manhattan College Women’s Rowing Team, after undergoing a change in staff and now working with head coach Alex Canale, this is the season that the team is beginning to make incredible progress. In 2015, Manhattan College changed the status of the women’s rowing team from a club team to to an intercollegiate Division I athletic team. Manhattan College phased out women’s tennis in … Continue reading A Look into Women’s Rowing

Where Are They Now? Manhattan Women’s Tennis

by Angela QUADRINI, Staff Writer In April of 2015, Noah LeFevre, former athletic director at Manhattan College made the abrupt decision of discontinuing the women’s tennis team while adding women’s rowing as a Division 1 intercollegiate sport. The news came as a shock to the tennis team, leaving many players upset. Junior Gabby Leon was the first to hear the news after being called into a … Continue reading Where Are They Now? Manhattan Women’s Tennis

JASPERS TALK: Amy Sniffen

by ANGELA QUADRINI, Staff Writer In 2014, sophomore Amy Sniffen joined the rowing team as a fun extracurricular activity. The Manhattan College rowing team has been around for over 80 years, making it the oldest sport on campus. Today, Sniffen is a coxswain for the team, but the program has changed in a major way. Women’s rowing has transitioned from a club to now a Division … Continue reading JASPERS TALK: Amy Sniffen

Women’s Rowing Hopes to Continue Strong First Year as a Division 1 Team

While the crew members of Manhattan College’s women’s rowing team may sit with their backs to the bow as they race across the water, the team is only looking to continue to move in one direction this spring—forward. Last May, it was announced that the team was to be promoted from club level to a Division 1 program, replacing women’s tennis as one of the … Continue reading Women’s Rowing Hopes to Continue Strong First Year as a Division 1 Team

Fault! Tennis Discontinued, Replaced With Women’s Rowing

If someone were tasked with following the usually quiet goings-on at a college during the summertime, Manhattan College wasn’t of the norm in summer ‘15. Translation: a lot happened. Five changes of note occurred: 1. revamped basketball court designs; 2. Manhattan and Learfield Sports — rights holder — partnered to improve athletics’ multimedia; 3. new administrative position assistant director of athletics for sports performance filled by Jonathan Larson, … Continue reading Fault! Tennis Discontinued, Replaced With Women’s Rowing