LEWISBERRY, Pa. – Coming off a third-place finish at the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference Championship, the Johnson & Wales University women's rowing team was recognized by the league. Three Wildcats earned All-MARC honors while six JWU rowers were recognized for their academic success.
After rowing primarily in the five seat last year, the Exeter, NH native Fougere moved up to the stroke position for the Varsity 8. A native of Middleboro, Mass, Falconeiri moved up four seats in the Varsity 8 from number three to seven this year. Lomas bounced around in the Varsity 8 boat before the Sonora, Calif. native found a spot in the bow for the last two races.
To qualify for the academic all-conference award, student-athletes must have at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA, be at least a sophomore in their second, third or fourth year of competition and competed in 75% of the varsity competitions or competed in the MARC Championships. Earning the award for JWU was:
For Windley, it's the second academic all-conference honor of her career.
The Wildcats travel to the New England Rowing Championships on Saturday at Lake Quinsigamond.