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Congratulations to our boys and girls high school and modified rowers that earned eight medals at the 2014 Tail of the Fish Regatta! The weather was perfect for our high school boys to win gold in Frosh/Nov 8+ and 4x, Jr 4x - our girls to wing gold in Fosh/Nov 4x. Silver medals were won by Boys Junior 2x and our Modified boys and girls who combined to in the Mixed 8+ event. Bronze medals were won by Girls Junior 8+ and 4x. Detailed results are available on the Results page.
Niskayuna High School rowers fought through rough water to win several medals including four golds along with Wooden Shoes! Congratulations!
Men’s Jr 8+: 1st Place
Men’s Jr 2X: 1st & 2nd Place
Men’s Jr 4X: 1st Place
Complete results available on the Results page.
Trena Jones was reckognized at Niskaytuna High School last week as she signed a National Letter of Intent to row for Merrimack College. These letters are signed in the spring by athletes all over the country as they commit to their respective institutions and atheletic scholarships.
Congratulations Trena! A link to Merrimack College's crew team can be found here. Go Warriors Crew!
The New York State Scholastic Rowing Association (NYSSRA) recently announced the high school rowing teams and clubs recognized as Spring 2014 Scholar/Athlete Teams. Niskayuna students were among those honored.
Niskayuna Rowing's Varsity Girls and Varsity Boys teams, led by coaches David Buckner and Michel Gilbert, respectively, earned Scholar/Athlete Team status. Rowers honored are: Stephanie Acquario, Jill Armenia, Alexandria Cammarene, Elyssa Connolly, Julia Cutler, Aparna Dutta, Trena Jones, Precious King, Irene Kulbida, Gabrielle Lambeth, Rea Mittal, Sophia Mrazik, Greta O'Hara, Rachel Padula, Ashley Schingo, Julia Sinkus and Clare Struzzi; Noah Chaskin, Stephen Davenport, Reilly Duffy, Philp Fraterrigo, Kevin Koste, Michael Makutonin, Liam McGrinder, Matthew Mizbani, Jair Oballe, Colin Ryan, Gideon Schmidt and Kees Vandenberg.