The Row’d to Greatness

March 13, 2020

by Pete Janny & Anna Woods , Sports Editor & Asst. News Editor  The Manhattan College men’s crew team is one of three club teams on campus. Naturally, they don’t have the same privileges and prestige as the varsity athletic teams. [...]

Jaspers Talk: Lisa Angeles

May 14, 2016

Lisa Angeles joined the women’s rowing team when she was a freshman. For four years she has been row six seat in the Women’s 8+ and bow in the Women’s 4+. Now, as the only senior on the team, she looks back on her four years here and towards [...]


April 27, 2016

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 [...]

More Than Just An Athlete

November 5, 2015

by Tori James, Staff Writer From balancing residents, rowing, and radiology, Morgan Seger, junior allied health major, spends her Sunday nights on duty in Chrysostom Hall preparing for her 5:00 a.m. practice the next day. Not only is she a [...]