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by Donna Hudson

June 25, 2006

Three North Allegheny rowers have qualified for the United States Junior National Team after finishing first in the women’s quadruple scull event at last week’s time trials in Princeton, New Jersey.  They will represent the U.S. in races for 18-and-under competitors in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in early August.

North Allegheny senior Brittney Kelly and juniors Erin Dauson and Briana Pittman, along with Chartiers Valley junior Suzanne Maddamma, achieved two consecutive wins in the best-of-three qualifying competition.  They also bettered the mandated Junior Worlds qualifying time by 5 seconds.

The four girls comprise a composite boat from both the North Allegheny High School Rowing Team and the Steel City Rowing Club and are coached by NA women’s team coach Don Heckenstaller and Steel City coach Ladislau Tompa.

Kelly, Dauson and Pittman rowed in the North Allegheny women’s quadruple scull that took a bronze medal at the USRowing National Youth Championships earlier this month.  Maddamma took a silver in the women’s single scull at the same venue.

The U.S. will send six sculling boats and five sweep boats to Amsterdam. All sculling boats were chosen through the Princeton time trials.  The sweep boats will be chosen in mid July by the USRowing junior national team head coaches from the athletes participating in the junior national team camps that are currently in progress. 

North Allegheny senior Singen Elliott has made the first cut for the Junior Men’s Team and will be competing against the remaining 24 athletes for a seat in one of the men’s sweep boats.

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by Donna  Hudson

North Allegheny sent four boats to the USRowing National Youth Championships this weekend and rowed away with three medals, more than any other team in the nation.  The Men’s Youth Single and Men’s Youth Double both claimed silver medals while the Women’s Youth Quad captured the bronze.  The Men’s Youth Quad finished just out of the medals in 4th place.

119 teams representing 24 states sent crews to Harsha Lake near Cincinnati, Ohio to compete in the invitation-only culminating event of the high school rowing year.  All competing boats receive national rankings according to their final standings.  In order to qualify, crews had to win their regional championships.  NA qualified their boats through the Midwest Scholastic Championships held in May.   

NA got off to a strong start on the first day of preliminary competition by qualifying all four of their boats for semi-finals.  During the second day’s semi-finals races, all four boats again were among the top finishers, earning them each a place in their respective Grand Finals.  Against the most elite high-school-aged competition in the nation, NA’s crews rowed strong through the Grand Finals.  The Women’s Youth Quad finished only half a second out of first place in an intense battle to the finish line.  The Men’s Youth Quad had a similar photo-finish race between the 2nd-through-4th place boats, as did the Men’s Youth Single between the 2nd and 3rd place rowers.

NA seniors Singen Elliott, Joseph Brendel, Rory Dahl, Brittney Kelly and Liz Rebhun were key to the medal wins, along with juniors Erin Dauson and Briana Pittman.  NA has a good outlook for next year as well, with juniors Steve Marcus, Mark Nolfi and Bill Francis and sophomore Brian Marcus showing their strength in their first appearance at Youth Nationals.

For more information about the North Allegheny Rowing and their summer program for new rowers, see their website at www.narowing.org.

Full Results:

2nd Place

Men’s Youth Single – Singen Elliott

Men’s Youth Double – Joseph Brendel, Rory Dahl

3rd Place

Women’s Youth Quad – Brittney Kelly, Erin Dauson, Liz Rebhun, Briana Pittman

4th Place

Men’s Youth Quad – Brian Marcus, Bill Francis, Mark Nolfi, Steve Marcus

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 by Donna Hudson

Two North Allegheny seniors have accepted rowing scholarship offers from top colleges.  Joseph Brendel will be attending Stanford University on a full scholarship, while Brittney Kelly has received a partial scholarship to Notre Dame University. 

Brendel is a two-time USRowing Junior National Team Selection Camp participant and has earned regional and national regatta medals for North Allegheny in both double and quad events.  Kelly has medaled frequently at the regional level and will partner with NA junior Erin Dauson in a Women’s Double at the United States Junior Trials on June 20-24 in the hopes of representing the United States in that event in Amsterdam, The Netherlands later this summer.

In addition, seniors Singen Elliott, Rory Dahl and Kim Weaver have been recruited by the rowing teams of Cornell University, Georgetown University and Bucknell University, respectively.  The North Allegheny Rowing Team has a history of producing athletes sought out by college rowing programs.  Last year NA had seven graduating rowers recruited onto college teams. 

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The North Allegheny Rowing Team will be hosting free summer camps for new rowers.  Camps will be held on three Saturday mornings - June 17, June 24 and July 8 - at the team's boathouse on the Ohio River.  They are open to all incoming NA 8th, 9th and 10th graders.  No prior experience is necessary.

Boys' camp times will be 9:00 - 10:30 am and girls' camp times will be 10:30 am - 12:00 pm.  Interested athletes are welcome to come to as many sessions as they choose.  They will be taught rowing techniques both on the land and on the water by NA coaches and current rowers.  Current team parents will also be on hand to answer questions.  All athletes should come dressed in workout clothes.

For more information and directions to the boathouse, please go to the NA Rowing Team's official website, www.narowing.org.

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by Donna Hudson

Friday and Saturday, May 19 & 20, 2006

North Allegheny’s rowers captured three medals - a gold, a silver and a bronze - at this weekend’s Stotesbury Cup Regatta in Philadelphia.  For the second year in a row, the Tigers took gold in the Men’s Junior Quad and repeated the silver medal in the Women’s Senior Quad as well.  They rounded out their medals portfolio with a bronze in the Men’s Senior Quad.  The Men’s Junior Double and Women’s Junior Quad had fourth-place finishes.

NA took 11 boats to the 80th annual Stotesbury Cup, the world’s oldest and largest high school regatta, and placed five of them into the finals.  Against top-notch competition from a field of over 4700 competitors representing 14 states and 3 countries, the Tigers also advanced their Women’s Junior Double, Men’s and Women’s Senior Doubles, and Men’s Junior Eight to the semi-finals.  The Women’s Junior Four and Men’s Senior Single both raced against some of the largest slates of competitors and both finished just out of the top half of the field.

Men’s head coach Melissa Titus was pleased with the team’s performance.  “This is definitely solid results for NA.  The fact that our kids were able to repeatedly out-row powerful private school teams from all over the East Coast shows just how strong the NA program really is.”

Don Heckenstaller, women’s team head coach, echoed Titus’ sentiments.  “I’m very proud of how tough all of our kids rowed this weekend.  You don’t achieve these kinds of results at Stotesbury Cup without a lot of hard work and a lot of heart.”

This event concludes the regular spring season for the Tiger Rowers.  Select crews will participate in USRowing Youth Invitationals in Cincinnati, Ohio in June.

The team will offer three free learn-to-row days this summer for all interested incoming NA 8th, 9th and 10th graders.  See the team’s website for more details, www.narowing.org.

Full Stotesbury Cup results:

1st Place

Men’s Junior Quad – Brian Marcus, Mark Nolfi, Adam Reckless, Steve Marcus

2nd Place

Women’s Senior Quad – Brittney Kelly, Erin Dauson, Liz Rebhun, Briana Pittman

3rd Place

Men’s Senior Quad – Rory Dahl, Joseph Brendel, Bill Francis, Singen Elliott

4th Place

Men’s Junior Double – Alan Meininghaus, Josh Weis

Women’s Junior Quad (tie for 4th with Lyme-Old Lyme) – Anna Crews, Kathleen Janosco, Jess Kelly, Olivia Klipa

Other Finishes

Men’s Senior Double – 6th place in semi-final – Taylor Sandora, Zac O’Neill

Women’s Senior Double – 4th place in semi-final – Lauren Skoog, Kim Weaver

Women’s Junior Double – 6th place in semi-final – Amanda Hirsch, Cherith Elliott

Men’s Junior Eight – 5th place in semi-final – John Milone, John Logoyda, Logan Ellis, Alexi Smalianchuk, Keegan McKinney, Jeremy Tischuk, Dan Borzelleca, Dan McQuiston, Joel Mackay

Men’s Senior Single – 19th of 31 – Ryan Mohan

Women’s Junior Four – 37th of 63 – Elena Reynolds, Maria Deiulliis, Cyedha Banks, Stacey End, Jenny Hudson

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by Donna Hudson

USRowing’s Junior Men’s National Team Head Coach Martin Crotty has announced that NA senior Singen Elliott is among the elite group of 44 high school men invited to attend the junior national team selection camp this summer.  This is the third year in a row that a member of the NA men’s team has received this honor.

This year’s selection camp will be held in Princeton, New Jersey.  The 44 young athletes will compete for spots on the 2006 USRowing Junior National Team that will race at the 2006 FISA World Junior Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in early August. USRowing is a nonprofit organization recognized by the United States Olympic Committee as the governing body for the sport of rowing in the United States.

Singen is a third-generation rower.  His grandfather took up the sport as rehabilitation after an injury suffered during World War II.  His father was a finalist for the British national youth team and a member of the British senior lightweight team. 

Singen will be entering Cornell University in the fall where he will compete for the Big Red oarsmen.

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by Donna Hudson

Saturday, May 13 & Sunday, May 14, 2006

Undaunted by frequent bouts of rain, the North Allegheny Tiger Rowers topped the competition from 56 other high school teams to take gold medals in four events at the 2006 Midwest Scholastic Championships.  They didn’t stop there, capturing four silver medals and four bronze medals as well.

The Tigers traveled to Harsha Lake at East Fork State Park near Cincinnati, Ohio for two days of intense competition against teams representing eight states.  They successfully defended their traditionally strong positions in both the men’s and women’s Double and Quad events, qualifying eight boats for US Rowing Youth Invitationals in June.

The Tigers will complete their regular spring season next weekend at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta on Philadelphia’s famed Schuylkill River.

For more information about the North Allegheny Rowing Team, see their website at www.narowing.org.

 Results Details:

1st Place

Women’s Double – Brittney Kelly, Erin Dauson
Men’s Double – Joe Brendel, Rory Dahl
Women’s Quad – Brittney Kelly, Erin Dauson, Liz Rebhun, Briana Pittman
Men’s Quad – Rory Dahl, Joe Brendel, Bill Francis, Singen Elliott

2nd Place

Women’s Double – Briana Pittman, Liz Rebhun
Men’s Double – Mark Nolfi, Bill Francis
Women’s Quad – Anna Crews, Kathleen Janosco, Jess Kelly, Olivia Klipa
Men’s Quad – Brian Marcus, Adam Reckless, Mark Nolfi, Steve Marcus

3rd Place

Women’s Single – Lauren Skoog
Men’s Double – Josh Weis, Alan MeininghausWomen’s Quad – Lauren Skoog, Stacey End, Taylor Span, Cherith Elliott

Men’s JV Eight – Jimmy Graner, Brian Marcus, Taylor Sandora, Adam Reckless, Josh Weis, Alan Meininghaus, John Logoyda, Logan Ellis, Zac O’Neill

Other Finishes

4th Place – Men’s Single – Singen Elliott
4th Place – Women’s Double – Kathleen Janosco, Taylor Span

4th Place – Women’s Novice Four – Elena Reynolds, Tori Horn, Maria Deiuliis, Jordan Herbert, Kaitlyn Hilderbrand5th Place – Women’s Double – Jess Kelly, Olivia Klipa

5th Place – Men’s Double - Taylor Sandora, Zac O’Neill

5th Place – Women’s Quad – Kate Jefferies, Michele Weaver, Cyedha Banks, Elena Reynolds

5th Place – Men’s Quad – John Logoyda, Alexi Smalianchuk, Dan McQuiston, Logan Ellis

5th Place – Men’s Novice Eight – John Milone, Mark Dissan, Jim Recktenwald, Dan Jefferies, Canaan Colwick, Kyle Kurtz, Gordon Palagi, Joe Schilleci, Kameron Palagi

6th Place – Women’s Double – Anna Crews, Kim Weaver

6th Place (semi-final) – Women’s JV 4+ - Elena Reynolds, Jenny Hudson, Kate Jefferies, Cyedha Banks, Michele Weaver

6th Place (semi-final) – Men’s Novice 4+ - John Milone, Sumeet Schroff, Gordon Palagi, Mike McGowan, Mike Dittmar

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 by Donna Hudson

Saturday and Sunday, May 6 & 7, 2006

The Tigers claimed top points trophies for Men’s Sculling and Women’s Sculling and tied with Fox Chapel for Total Men’s Team Points at last weekend’s Pittsburgh Scholastic Sprints.  The event, held on Lake Arthur at Moraine State Park, brought together 20 high school rowing teams from Western Pennsylvania and Ohio.  NA took away 21 medals, including 8 gold, 9 silver and 4 bronze. 

Strong winds on Saturday forced race officials to shorten the course from the usual 1500 meters, delay the race starts, and cancel the finals in several novice and small boat events.  Sunday dawned with weather far more conducive to rowing, however, and all scheduled races were run.   NA captured top place finishes across all boat sizes and rowing categories, highlighted by golds in the Girls’ Varsity Double, Girls’ JV Double, Girls’ Varsity Pair, Girls’ Varsity Single, Girls’ Lightweight Single, Boys’ Varsity Double, Boys’ JV Double and Boys’ Club Quad.

The Tigers travel next to Harsha Lake near Cincinnati, Ohio to compete against top teams from the entire Midwest region at the Midwest Scholastic Rowing Championships.

 Full Pittsburgh Sprints Results:

1st Place:

Girls’ Lightweight Single – Kim Weaver
Girls’ Varsity Single – Lauren Skoog
Girls’ Varsity Pair – Jenny Hudson, Kate Jefferies
Girls’ Varsity Double – Brittney Kelly, Erin Dauson
Girls’ JV Double – Cyeda Banks, Stacey End
Boys’ Varsity Double – Taylor Sandora, Ryan Mohan
Boys’ JV Double – Bill Francis, Adam Reckless
Boys Club Quad – Brian Marcus, Josh Weis, Zac O’Neil, Alan Meininghaus

2nd Place:

Girls’ Varsity Single – Kate Jefferies
Girls’ Varsity Double – Briana Pittman, Liz Rebhun

Girls’ JV Eight – Elena Reynolds, Kathleen Janosco, Brittney Kelly, Anna Crews, Jess Kelly, Amanda Hirsch, Lauren Skoog, Olivia Klipa, Cherith Elliott, Taylor SpanBoys’ Varsity Single – Joe Brendel

Boys’ Varsity Double – Joel Mackay, Jeremy Tischuk
Boys’ JV Double – Mark Nolfi, Steve Marcus

Boys’ JV Eight – Jimmy Graner, Brian Marcus, Alan Meininghaus, Josh Weis, Ryan Mohan, Taylor Sandora, Alexi Smalianchuk, Logan Ellis, Zac O’Neill

Boys Freshman 8+ - John Milone, Mark Dissen, Jim Rectenwald, Dan Jefferies, Canaan Colwick, Andrew Spirk, Peter Joyce, Sumeet Shroff, Kameron Palagi

Boys Club Quad – Alex Smalianchuk, Logan Ellis, Keegan McKinney, Dan Borzelleca

3rd Place:

Girls’ Varsity Double – Taylor Span, Kim Weaver

Girls’ Novice Four – Elena Reynolds, Victoria Horn, Maria Deluliis, Jordan Herbert, Kaitlyn Hiderbrand

Girls’ Varsity Eight – Elena Reynolds, Kathleen Janosco, Brittney Kelly, Briana Pittman, Erin Dauson, Jess Kelly, Liz Rebhun, Kim Weaver, Anna Crews

Boys Novice 8+ - Jimmy Graner, Mark Dissen, Jim Rectenwald, Dan Jefferies, Gordon Palagi, Kyle Kurtz, Canaan Colwick, Joe Schilleci, Kameron Palagi

Other Finishes

4th place – Boys’ Varsity Single – Singen Elliott

4th Place – Boys Novice 4+ - John Milone, Sumeet Shroff, Peter Joyce, Mike McGowan, Mike Dittmar

5th place – Girls’ JV Eight – Kim Weaver, Jenny Hudson, Maria Deluliis, Victoria Horn, Cyeda Banks, Jordan Herbert, Kaitlyn Hilderbrand, Stacey End, Michele Weaver

5th place – Boys’ Varsity Single – Rory Dahl

5th place – Boys’ JV Double – Dan McQuistion, John Logoyda

5th place – Boys’ Varsity Eight – John Milone, Rory Dahl, Singen Elliott, Adam Reckless, Joe Brendel, Bill Francis, John Logoyda, Mark Nolfi, Steve Marcus

5th place – Boys’ JV Eight – John Milone, Dan Borzelleca, Dan McQuiston, Keegan McKinney Jeremy Tischuk, Joel Mackay, Gordon Palagi, Joe Schilleci, Mike McGowan

6th place – Boys’ Varsity Single – AJ Cadman

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by Donna Hudson

Facing relentless rain and icy winds, the North Allegheny Rowing Team opened their spring season at the Mercer Lake Super Sprints/ISA Sculling Championships in Princeton, New Jersey.  Over 40 teams from Pittsburgh to Boston competed in the day-long series of sweep and sculling events.  The inclement weather caused some novice and JV events to be cancelled completely while other small boat events were unable to complete their finals races.  The Tigers came away with mixed results but captured 8 medals – 2 gold, 2 silver and 5 bronze. 

NA’s performances were highlighted by gold medals in the Girls’ Octuple and Boys’ Second Novice Eight.

The Tigers will be in action next at the Pittsburgh Scholastic Sprints.  The event will be held at Moraine State Park on Saturday and Sunday, May 6 & 7.  Admission is free.

For more information about the North Allegheny Rowing Team, see their team website at www.narowing.org.

Partial Lake Mercer Results**:

First Place

Girls’ Octuple – Elena Reynolds, Brittney Kelly, Erin Dauson, Briana Pittman, Liz Rebhun, Jess Kelly, Lauren Skoog, Olivia Klipa, Kim Weaver

Boys’ Second Novice Eight - Jimmy Graner, Mark Dissen, Jim Rectenwald, Sumeet Schroff, Kameron Palagi, Mike McGowan, Canaan Colwick, Andrew Spirk, Mike Dittmar

Second Place

Boys’ Junior Single B – Mark NolfiBoys’ Octuple – Elena Reynolds, Adam Reckless, Brian Marcus, Steve Marcus, Mark Nolfi, Josh Weis, Alan Meininghaus, Ryan Mohan, Zac O’Neill

Third Place

Boys’ Junior Single A – Steve Marcus
Girls’ Junior Single – Cherith Elliott
Boys’ Varsity Quad A – Joe Brendel, Rory Dahl, Bill Francis, Singen Elliott
Girls’ Varsity Quad A – Kathleen Janosco, Briana Pittman, Liz Rebhun, Kim Weaver

Boat Qualifying for Finals Not Run

Boys’ Varsity Single – Singen Elliott (1st place in heat)
Girls’ Varsity Double A – Brittney Kelly, Erin Dauson (1st place in heat)

** Only reflects boats which either placed in the top 3 in the finals or qualified for finals not run.

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By Donna Hudson

Fierce competition was the name of the game when NA hosted 12 other Western PA high school rowing teams at the 7th Annual North Allegheny High School Rowing Championships.  The event, held at Marshall Middle School on Saturday, featured 250 young athletes battling for the fastest times in simulated 2000 meter rowing races.  NA’s rowers had an outstanding day, taking 20 medals – 9 gold, 4 silver and 7 bronze – as well as the men’s team, women’s team and combined team top points trophies. 

The level of competition was evidenced in the posting of new All Time Top Times in 5 of the 17 race events run.  NA claimed 4 of those 5.  Participating teams included Central Catholic, Ellis, Hampton, Mt. Lebanon, Oakland Catholic, Pine-Richland, Riverview, Shaler, Steel City, Taylor Allderdice, Upper St. Clair and Winchester Thurston.

 NASH medal winners were Joe Brendel, Erin Dauson, Singen Elliott, Bill Francis, Brittney Kelly, Steve Marcus, Liz Rebhun, Elena Reynolds and Kim Weaver.

NAI medal winners were Mark Dissen, Jordan Herbert, Victoria Horn, Brian Marcus, Zac O’Neill, Joe Schilleci, Taylor Span, Sumeet Shroff, Andrew Spirk, Michelle Weaver and Josh Weis.

The Tigers will continue their winter training before beginning their spring racing season on Saturday, April 22 at the Mercer Lake Super Sprints in Princeton, NJ.

For more information about the Indoor Rowing Championships and the NA Rowing Team, see their website at www.narowing.org.

Full Results:

1st Place
Girls’ Novice Lightweight – Victoria Horn
Boys’ Novice Flyweight – Andrew Spirk
Girls’ Varsity Flyweight – Elena Reynolds
Boys JV Flyweight – Brian Marcus (new all time top time)
Girls’ JV Lightweight – Taylor Span (new all time top time)
Girls’ Varsity Lightweight – Kim Weaver
Girls’ JV – Erin Dauson (new all time top time)
Girls’ Varsity – Brittney Kelly
Boys’ Varsity – Joe Brendel (new all time top time)

2nd Place
Girls’ Novice – Jordan Herbert
Boys’ JV Flyweight – Zac O’Neill
Boys’ JV Lightweight – Steve Marcus
Boys’ Varsity – Singen Elliott

3rd Place
Boys’ Novice Lightweight – Joe Schilleci
Boys’ Novice – Mark Dissen
Girls Novice Lightweight – Michelle Weaver
Boys’ Novice Flyweight – Sumeet Shroff
Boys’ JV Lightweight – Bill Francis
Boys’ JV – Josh Weis
Girls’ Varsity – Liz Rebhun

Other Finishes
4th place – Boys’ Novice Lightweight – Kyle Kurtz
4th place – Boys’ Novice – Mike Dittmar
4th place – Boys’ JV Lightweight – Mark Nolfi
4th place – Girls’ JV – Briana Pittman
5th place – Girls’ Novice – Maria Deiuliis
5th place – Boys’ Novice Lightweight – Mike McGowan
5th place – Girls’ JV Lightweight – Lauren Skoog
5th place – Boys’ JV Lightweight – Logan Ellis
5th place – Boys’ JV – Adam Reckless
5th place – Boys’ Varsity – Rory Dahl
6th place – Girls’ JV – Jessica Kelly
7th place – Boys’ Novice – Gordon Palagi
7th place – Girls’ JV Lightweight – Jenny Hudson
7th place – Boys’ JV Lightweight – Taylor Sandora
9th place – Boys’ Novice – Jim Rectenwald
9th place – Boys’ JV Flyweight – Joel Mackay
9th place – Boy’s JV Lightweight – Dan McQuiston
10th place – Boys’ Novice – Kameron Palagi
10th place – Girls’ JV Lightweight – Cherith Elliott
10th place – Boys’ JV Lightweight – Dan Borzelleca
10th place – Boys’ JV – Alan Meininghaus
11th place – Boys’ JV – John Logoyda
12th place – Boys’ Novice – Dan Jeffries
12th place – Boy’s JV Lightweight – Keegan McKinney
13th place – Girls’ JV – Olivia Klipa
13th place – Boys’ JV – Alexi Smalianchuk
14th place – Girls’ Novice – Katelyn Hilderbrand
15th place – Girls’ Novice – Sara Boring
16th place – Boys’ Novice – Peter Joyce
16th place – Girls’ JV – Amanda Hirsch
18th place – Boys’ JV – Jeremy Tischuk
20th place – Girls’ JV – Stacey End
26th place – Girls’ JV – Kate Jeffries

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Saturday, February 25, 2006

Three North Allegheny rowers traveled to Boston, MA for the 2006 CRASH-B Sprints World Indoor Rowing Championships held February 25, 2006.

NA senior Joe Brendel, who earned the 5th place spot for Junior Heavyweight Men in 2005, competed this year in the Open Men’s division due to the birth date cut-off.   He pulled an outstanding 6:09.2, which earned him a 27th place finish among 227 college and international elite club competitors (19th among US competitors).  His time was faster than all US entrants in the Junior Heavyweight category.

Junior Briana Pittman and senior Brittney Kelly represented NA in the Junior Heavyweight Women’s category.  Pittman finished with a time of 7:25.8 in 15th place and Kelly with a time of 7:26.0 in 17th place among 196 competitors (10th and 12th, respectively, among US competitors). 

With racing categories ranging from Junior (under 18 years of age) to 80-89 years old, the CRASH B has been run for 25 years as a chance for high school, college, elite and club level rowers to test their strength and endurance in a 2,000 meter race run on rowing machines.  This year there were over 1,800 rowers who competed from 7 different countries.


Any questions or comments should be directed to Athletic Director Bob Bozzuto at:  bbozzuto@northallegheny.org





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