Tuesday, April 21, 2009

5th Manny Flick Results

This past Sunday, Malvern raced in the 5th Manny Flick. The day started out with a 2nd place finish from Andrew Paisley in the Men's JV Single event with a time of 5:48.98. Also Placing 2nd was Austin Moore and Alec Somers with a time of 5:15.93 in the Men's JV Double event. In the Novice quad, Malvern placed 1st and 3rd with times of 5:11.31 ( A Quad) and 5:12.50 ( B Quad). Malvern placed 4th and 5th in the novice single with Robbie Smith coming in 4th with 6:28.83 and Julian Venonsky coming in 5th with 6.33.74.

In the Men's Varsity Single, Sean Lawler placed 3rd with 5:41.02. In the Varsity Double Event Malvern placed 1st in 2 separate heats. Jack Buckley and Dan Schwarz placed 1st with 5:28.07, David Matasic and Bill Doughty placed 1st with a time of 5:04.47. In a close race, Malvern placed 2nd in the Men's Varsity Quad. Mike Donohue, Pat Donohue, Austin Bury, and Chris Higgins rowed a time of 4:34.53, finishing .8 seconds behind Roman Catholic.

Malvern will race next weekend at Cooper River.

For Complete Results click here

Sunday, April 05, 2009

4th Manny Flick Results

Today, Malvern raced in the 4th Manny Flick. Results were as follows:

Julian Venonsky, Novice Single, 4th place with 6:34.43

Rob Smith , Novice Single, 5th place with 6:38.16

Alex Somers/ Austin Moore, JV Double, 2nd Place with 5:21.49

Andrew Pailey, JV Single, 1st place with 6:26.47

Novice Quad(B) placed 1st with 5:49.03

Novice Quad (A) placed 2nd with 5:53.75

Jack Buckley/ Dan Schwarz, Lwt. Double, placed 2nd with 5:19.93
Sean Lawler, Varsity Single, DNF

Dave Matasic/ Bill Doughty , Varisty Double, placed 2nd with 5:10.15

Mike Donohue/ Pat Donohue/ Austin Bury/ Chris Higgins, Varsity Quad, Placed 1st with 4:35.52
Complete Results can be found here
Pictures from the flicks can be found in Malvern Rowing's Photo Gallery

Saturday, April 04, 2009

Malvern Rowing featured in "The Bulletin"

Malvern Rowing was recently featured in the article "Row Homes: Malvern, EA, Springside Have An Oar Up On The Competition" in The Bulletin newspaper.

"Malvern — From the outside, the Melton Rowing Center at Malvern Prep looks quite ordinary. Boring, even. The cream-colored stucco, red brick base and dull, gray roof offer a muted exterior to the roar of 16 oars working inside as one." to read the full article click here.