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Lorelei Schreiber Signs Letter Of Intent with Monmouth University

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North Allegheny Rowing is thrilled to announce that Lorelei Schreiber has signed a letter of commitment to row at Monmouth University. Schreiber is a current captain, a 4-year member of the team and has received three Varsity letters.

Career highlights include:

First in the 4x at Huron River Sprints , Second at the Head of the Ohio in the 4x 2022 and 2023;  1st in the 4x at the Head of the Niagara; Gold at the Head of the Hoover in the 4x and the 2x; 1st in the 4x and 3rd in the 2x at Pittsburgh Sprints, Bronze in the 4x at the Midwest Scholastic Championships in 2023.  In 2023, the 4x placed 5th at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta, the world’s largest scholastic regatta.  Lorelei’s career began in 2021 placing 1st in the 8+ and 1st in the 4+ at Pittsburgh Sprints.1

Schreiber will join the Monmouth University Womens Rowing team in New Jersey and plans to study History and Pre-law.

Michael McNaughton Ban Memorial Alumni Regatta

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On Saturday September 16th generations of the NA Rowing community gathered at Moraine State Park to row in mixed lineups and reminisce about their experiences and achievements as NA Tigers. All said, 26 alumni jumped back into racing shells, and even more stayed on land with families and current rowers to cheer on their teammates.

The day started with two heats and progression to an A and B Final. The morning wrapped with a picnic and presentation of the Micheal McNaughton Ban Alumni trophy to the day’s winners, who rowed in the Michael McNaughton Ban ‘04 4x shell (which was christened last fall). The line-up was composed of Christopher Ban ‘01 Jordan Ellis ‘04  Bill Francis ‘07 and Anthony Bertucci ‘25.

Alumni gathered again later in the evening for dinner and to honor Class of ‘04 Grad Michael McNaught Ban whos legacy as a fierce competitor, role model, brother, and scholar of the sport the team is working to memorialize in conjunction with the Ban family in the in the form of the Michael McNaughton Ban Memorial Boathouse.

NARA looks forward to hosting the event again next year and encourages alumni to contact and follow the team on social media if they were not contacted for this year’s event.