FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 2014
Rowing Has 16 on MAAC All-Academic Team
WEST WINDSOR, N.J.- Jacksonville University’s rowing program lays claim to the best and the brightest. Earlier today the teams combined to name three boats on the All-MAAC Team and most recently the conference announced 16 Dolphins on the MAAC All-Academic Team.

To be eligible for the honors, a student athlete must have completed two semesters at their institution and have over 3.2 cumulative GPA.

"Our coaching staff is very proud of the fact that our student-athletes focus on excelling in the classroom and on the river,” said the Director of Rowing Jim Mitchell. “We preach often to be good at everything you do, not just one thing or the other. These student-athletes work tirelessly to excel in school and rowing.”

Andrew Bechtold

Jacksonville

Jr.

Engineering

Somers Point, N.J.

Sean Carney

Jacksonville

Sr.

Aviation Management

New London, Pa.

Scott Del Vecchio

Jacksonville

Sr.

Exercise Science

Indialantic, Fla.

Nathan Esterline

Jacksonville

So.

Engineering

Melbourne, Fla.

Stephen Marra

Jacksonville

Jr.

History

Tampa, Fla

Sean Meyer

Jacksonville

So.

Business Administration

Boynton Beach, Fla.

Scott Waitley

Jacksonville

So.

Aviation Management

Roswell, Ga.

David Waugh

Jacksonville

Jr.

Finance

Somers Point, N.J.

Jodi Coia

Jacksonville

Jr.

Marine Science

Marlton, N.J.

Monica Hakun

Jacksonville

So.

Sustainability

Gambrills, Md.

Ashley Hirt

Jacksonville

So.

Education

Somers Point, N.J.

Jena Holt

Jacksonville

So.

Pre-Nursing

Clermont, Fla.

Jessica Matthews

Jacksonville

So.

Biology

Jacksonville, Fla.

Renee Pharis

Jacksonville

So.

Sociology

Stephenville, Tx.

Laura Stevenson

Jacksonville

So.

Aviation Management

Glen Allen, Va.

Victoria Hernandez

Jacksonville

So.

Exercise Science

Windermere, Fla.