Sunday, October 27, 2019

2019 Malvern Prep Hall of Fame Induction

On Friday, October 18, 2019, the Malvern Rowing 2004 National Rowing Championship Boat - Ryan Coyne '06, Pat Ryan '05, Justin Teti '05, and Craig Wenger '04 - was inducted into the Malvern Prep Hall of Fame. The 2004 boat, led by Coach Craig Hoffman, won the Philadelphia City Championship, Scholastic Rowing National Championship and the USRowing Youth National Championship.


Introductory video with commentary from Coaches Craig Hoffman and Ransom Weaver.

Speeches from the induction ceremony (Ryan Coyne '06, Pat Ryan '05, Justin Teti '05, and Craig Wenger '04).





Monday, July 29, 2019

Mark Your Calendars for the 2019 Hall of Fame Induction! Friday, October 18

All are invited to join us for the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Friday, October 18, 2019, beginning at 6:30 p.m. We hope you will join us to celebrate the following Friars being inducted: DJ Driscoll '02, Brian Grandieri '04, and the 2004 National Rowing Champion Boat consisting of Ryan Coyne '06, Pat Ryan '05, Justin Teti '05, and Craig Wenger '04.

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

USRowing Club Nationals, Cincinnati Ohio

Malvern Alumni Rowers, Casey Lauder '19 George Washington University, Andre Quintalani '19 Dartmouth College, joined Haverford School Alumni Tim Scheuritzel '19 Princeton University, and Shipley Alumni Nick Hannum '18 Mercyhurst University, winning the Bronze Medal in the Intermediate Heavyweight Quad Event representing Conshohocken Rowing Center.
The CRC Under 23 Rowing team continues to Royal Canadian Henley Championship in early August, one of the most competitive premier regattas in the World.

USRowing 2019 Club National Championships

Malvern rowers Quinn Hall '21 and Jason Kennedy '20 won Gold on July 11 in the Under 19  Quad event in Cincinnati Ohio representing Conshohocken Rowing Center with two athletes from Conestoga High School.
Malvern Rowers rowing for CRC Drew Morris '20, Collin Munyan '21, Matt Davis '21, Dan Ward '21, Cormac Delaney '21, made A Finals In Under 17 Quad, Under 17 Doubles,  Under 19 Quad, and Under 19  Double Events. Great effort at  Summer Nationals against Club competition from around the Country.

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

2019 USRowing Youth Nationals for Schools and Clubs, Sarasota, Florida

Malvern’s Varsity Quad finished 7th in the Nation at this years Club Championship, winning the B Final by less than one second. Varsity Lightweight Double finished 4th in the B Final, 2nd Varsity Lightweight Double won the C Final Saturday, finishing 13th. 
Malvern rowers showed real grit, coming back from close semifinal losses to race well in their finals. Coaches are extremely proud of their 2019 efforts and work ethic. Entire Squad returns this Fall. 

Varsity Quad: Matt Davis, Jason Kennedy, Quinn Hall, Drew Morris

Varsity Lightweight Double: Cormac Delaney, Edmund Park

Varsity Lightweight Double: Collin Munyan, Dan Ward

Monday, May 27, 2019

2019 Scholastic National Rowing Championships

Malvern’s Varsity Lightweight Quad and Varsity Heavyweight Quad finished 2nd and third in the Country yesterday in Ohio. Races were close and fiercely contested. Great effort by Malvern rowers. 

Varsity Heavyweight Quad
Matt Davis, Jason Kennedy, Quinn Hall, Andrew Morris 

Varsity Lightweight Quad
Collin Munyan, Dan Ward, Cormac Delaney,
Edmund Park

Malvern’s Heavyweight Varsity Quad and Varsity Lightweight Double travel next to Sarasota, Florida June 5th to race at USRowing’s Youth National Championships for Schools and Clubs June 5th after qualifying at the Mid Atlantic Regional Championships earlier in May. 

Monday, May 20, 2019

Malvern Rowing featured on MPTV

Stotesbury Cup Regatta 2019

Three of four Malvern crews advanced to semifinals, two continuing to the finals. Malvern’s Junior quad finished 4th. The Varsity Heavyweight Quad won the time trial, semifinals, finishing 5th in the Finals.

Four Malvern crews  qualified  at the City Championships for the Scholastic National Rowing Championships, leaving Thursday for Dillon Lake in Ohio. Malvern rowers will compete in the Junior Double, Varsity Lightweight Double, Varsity Lightweight Quad, and Varsity Heavyweight Quad events.

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Mid Atlantic Regionals, Mercer, NJ - 2019

Malvern rowers qualified two boats this weekend for the USRowing Youth National
Rowing Championships for Schools and Clubs in Sarasota, Florida in June. Malvern’s 
Varsity Heavyweight Quad and Varsity Lightweight Double finished 2nd in Saturday’s time trial against crews from Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New Jersey.  Final Races were cancelled on Sunday because of unsafe weather conditions. 

Varsity Heavyweight Quad : Matt Davis, Jason Kennedy, Quinn Hall, Andrew Morris

Varsity Lightweight Double : Collin Munyan, Dan Ward

Malvern rowers compete Friday and Saturday at the Stotesbury Regatta, largest Scholastic rowing regatta in North America.


Tuesday, May 07, 2019

2019 Philadelphia Scholastic Rowing Championships

Malvern rowers raced Saturday and Sunday at the Philadelphia Scholastic Rowing Championships. 

Malvern rowers won the Varsity Lightweight Quad, last won by Malvern in 2016, and Junior Single Events. Malvern finished third in the Novice Double, finishing fourth in the Junior Double and Varsity Heavyweight Quad Events. 

Malvern rowers race this weekend at the USRowing Mid Atlantic Championships in Mercer NJ, qualifier USRowing Youth National Championships in Sarasota, Florida.

Monday, April 29, 2019

2019 Cooper Cup

Malvern rowers raced Sunday at the Cooper Cup Regatta in Camden NJ. Rowers won the Novice Double, Junior Single, and Junior Quad Events, finishing second in the Junior Double, finishing third in the Varsity Heavyweight Quad, fourth in the Varsity Lightweight Double.
Malvern races Saturday and Sunday at the Philadelphia City Championships, qualifier for the Scholastic National Championships in Ohio. Malvern Rowers are racing in the Varsity Lightweight Double, Varsity Lightweight Quad, Varsity Heavyweight Quad, Junior Double, Junior Single, Novice Single, and Novice Double Events.

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

5th Manny Flick Results

The Manny Flick Series concluded with today’s races. Malvern finished second in the 2019 Horvat Trophy Team point standing out of 20 teams.  Malvern rowers won the Junior Single and Varsity Lightweight Doubles, finishing 2nd in Novice Double, Varsity Heavyweight Double, Varsity Lightweight Quad, finishing 3rd in the Junior Double event. The Varsity Heavyweight Quad finished 6th with a steering interference penalty.

Varsity Heavyweight Quad. 

Monday, April 08, 2019

4th Manny Flick Results

Malvern Rowers finished first in the Junior Single, Junior Double, and Varsity Lightweight Double Events. Malvern finished 2nd in the Novice Double, Varsity Heavyweight Double, and Varsity Lightweight Quad, finishing third in the Novice Single and Varsity Heavyweight Quad Events.

Sunday, April 07, 2019

3rd Manny Flick Regatta

Malvern Rowing had a promising good day in rain and windy conditions at Cooper River Park in Camden, winning the Junior Single, Junior Double, Varsity Lightweight Double, and Varsity Heavyweight Double Events. Malvern Rowers had misadventure in the Varsity Lightweight Quad and Varsity Heavyweight Quad Events, leading both events when the Heavyweights broke an oar, Lightweights caught a crab 5 strokes before the line leading the race after coming from behind.

Sunday, March 24, 2019

Malvern Rowing Bingo / 15th Year

Malvern Rowing Alumni Bill Mongan 02, Princeton University, Brandon Hanna 08, St. Joseph's University, Sean Stewart 08, St. Joseph's University,  Coach Craig Hoffman, Matt Benedetto 08, St. Joseph's University, Chris Higgins 09, St. Joseph's University, Craig Wenger 04, University of Pennsylvania and Dave Matasic 10, US Naval Academy joined in the Festivities, not pictured Victor Maggitti 02, Villanova University, Drew Brady 18, Cornell University, Alex Stoczko 13, Trinity College.

The Second Manny Flick Scheduled for March 25 has been cancelled because of flood conditions.

1st Manny Flick 2019 Results

Malvern Rowers had a fair day, winning the Junior Quad, finishing 2nd in the Junior Double, third in the Varsity Lightweight Quad, and 4th in the Varsity Heavyweight Quad. 

Frank and Ronnie Venonsky, Parents of Julian Venonsky 11, current USA National Team coxswain stopped by the first Manny Flick to cheer Malvern on

Wednesday, March 06, 2019

Check Out: Malvern Prep Rowing Team Honors Fallen Marine



"This skull is no longer just a skull is it? It's a legacy," said Father James Flynn.

On a brightly lit but windswept Saturday, Brandon Bury was, for a moment, very much alive; the center of attention for all the right reasons.

"We were, uh, up in Canada, and as we were returning, I got a call from my dad. He was really upset, and I figured something bad had happened," said Austin Bury.

That call came on June 6th last year, and something bad had happened. Sgt. Bury, on his third tour of duty in Afghanistan, died. The 26 year old father of two was killed by an I.E.D.

"And I just broke down," said Austin. "It was a really sad day."

Austin Bury was Brandon's cousin. Geographically, they were not close. Brandon lived in Texas, but in every other way they were.

The loss hit Austin hard, derailing his season as a championship caliber rower at Malvern Prep.

It hit the team hard, too. Though they had never met him, they were inspired by Brandon's sacrifice. So they dedicated the season in his honor.

Saturday, they made certain he would be a part of their future seasons as well. Christening the Sgt. Brandon C. Bury, USMC, a varsity quad given to the team by an anonymous donor.

Brandon didn't row, but he was an avid swimmer and a fierce competitor, so this, his family says, is fitting.

Though Saturday was the official christening of the Sgt Brandon Bury, the boat has already been on the water twice, winning both times.

"More than anything, the boys really feel motivated when they get into that boat," says Rowing Coach Craig Hoffman.

The dedication gives the young athletes someone to fight for, and for Brandon Bury, the consummate the soldier, a different fight to join.

"This is just awesome," said Austin. "I can't wait to come back and watch them race, next year's varsity squad to see how they do. I'm sure they will be fast and the boat will lead down the river."

You can also watch more videos on this story on Malvern Prep's Youtube Channel
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Sunday, December 16, 2018

USRowing Regional Challenge, Sarasota Florida

Malvern Rowers representing the Mid Atlantic finished second in a close 6 boat final, losing to the Southeast Region Quad by two seconds in the Under 17 Quad race. Malvern Rowers won the 1900 meter time trial early Saturday , winning silver later in the 2000 meter Final.

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Save the date: MP Rowing Bingo 2019

The Annual MP Rowing Bingo will take place on Saturday, March 23rd at 7:00 PM in Stewart Hall. 

Wednesday, December 12, 2018