2022 Dad Vail Program

The Dad Vail Room at the Lindamood-Van Voorhis Boathouse displaying names of all alumni and crews that have won Dad Vail Gold. MEN’S PROGRAM • VARSITY HWT 8: 1934, 1963, 1966, 1967, and 2006. Marietta lost the 1964 Dad Vail to Northeastern University. The 1967 Boat competed in the Ratezburg, Germany and Henley Royal Regattas. • VARSITY LWT 8: 1971,1973, and 1994. Marietta won the inaugural event in 1971. • JV HWT 8: 1966, 1968,1969,1971,1972,1973,1976, and 2002. The Rusty Callow Cup was retired upon winningthe event three years in a row. • FRESHMAN/NOVICE HWT: 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004, and2012. The Lev Brett Bowl was retired in 1971 upon winning the event three years in a row. • VARSITY HWT 4: 1981 • FRESHMAN/NOVICE HWT 4: 1980, 1983, 1992 • VARSITY PAIR W/COX: 1990 and 1991 • FRESHMAN/NOVICE LWT 8: 1976, 1983, 1991 WOMEN’S PROGRAM • DIVISION 3 OPEN VARSITY 8: 2004, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015 • VARSITY LIGHTWEIGHT 4: 1993, 1996 MedalistMuch has changed in the 82 years the Dad Vail has been contested. Marietta College rowing has embraced the growth changes made to the Dad Vail allowing both Club and Varsity programs, regardless of the enrollment, to compete for the coveted Dad Vail Gold. While it is a challenge for a school with an enrollment of less than 1400 students, the College has recommitted itself to be a Dad Vail school and a consistent presence in Grand Finals and the medal podium. Over the past 5 years, the College leadership, dedicated alumni, and friends of the Pioneer Navy have funded a $1.3 million renovation to the Lindamood – Van Voorhis Boathouse, updated its fleet of racing shells and small boats, and are on track to raise a $5 million endowment for the Men’s and Women’s Rowing teams. The 46 banners of crews that have won Dad Vail gold that hang from the Boathouse rafters in the Dad Vail Room is an inspiration to each new member of the Men’s and Women’s Rowing programs. Under the leadership of the Men’s Head Coach Greg Myhr and Women’s Head Coach Abby Lord, Marietta is prepared and excited for the next 150 years at the Dad Vail. Marietta College Varsity 8-First Crew to win Dad Vail Regatta. • Varsity Lwt 8: 1971,1973, and 1994. Marietta won the inaugural event in 1971. Marietta College Varsity 8-First Crew to win Dad Vail Regatta 1973 Dad Vail Winning Varsity Lightweight 8 1973 Dad Vail Winning Varsity Lightweight 8. • Varsity Lwt 8: 1971,1973, and 1994. Marietta won the inaugural event in 1971. Marietta College Varsity 8-First Crew to win Dad Vail Regatta 1973 Dad Vail Winning Varsity Lightweight 8 1971 Junior Varsity Heavyweight 8. • JV Hwt 8: 1966, 1968,1969,1971,1972,1973,1976, and 2002. The Rusty Callow Cup was retired upon win the event three years in a row. • Freshman/Novice Hwt: 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2012. The Lev Brett Bowl was retired in 1971 upon winning the event three years in a row. • Varsity Hwt 4: 1981 • Freshman/Novice Hwt 4: 1980, 1983, 1992 • Varsity Pair w/cox: 1990 and 1991 • Freshman/Novice Lwt 8: 1976, 1983, 1991 1971 Junior Varsity Hwt 8 1976 Marietta Freshman Dad Vail Winners 1976 Marietta Freshman Dad Vail Winners. • JV Hwt 8: 1966, 1968,1969,1971,1972,1973,1976, and 2002. The Rusty Callow Cup was retired upon winn the event three years in a row. • Freshman/Novice Hwt: 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004, a 2012. The Lev Brett Bowl was retired in 1971 upon winning he event three years in a row. • Varsity Hwt 4: 1981 • Freshman/Novice Hwt 4: 1980, 1983, 1992 • Varsity Pair w/cox: 1990 and 1991 • Freshman/Novice Lwt 8: 1976, 1983, 1991 1971 Junior Varsity Hwt 8 1976 Marietta Freshman Dad Vail Winners Women’s Lightweight 4+ 1993 Dad Vail Gold Medalist. WOMEN’S PROGRAM • Division 3 Open Varsity 8: 2004, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015 • Varsity lightweight 4: 1993, 1996 omen’s light weight 4+ 1993 Dad Vail Gold Medalist 2004 Women’s Varsity D2/D3 Heavyweight 8+ Dad Vail Gold Medalist Much has changed in the 82 years the Dad Vail has been contested. Marietta College rowing has embraced the growth changes made to the Dad Vail allowing both Club and Varsity programs, regardless of the enrollment, to co pete for the coveted Dad Vail Gold. While it is a challenge for a school with an enrollment of less than 1400 students, the College has recommitted itself to be a Dad Vail school and a consistent presence in Grand Finals and the medal podium. Over the past 5 years, the College leadership, dedicated alumni, and friends of the Pioneer Navy have funded a $1.3 milli n renovation to the Lindamood – Van Voorhis Boathouse, updated its fleet of racing shells and small boats, and are on track to raise a $5 million endowment for the Men’s and Women’s Rowing teams. The 46 banners of crews that have won Dad Vail gold that hang from the Boathouse rafters in the Dad Vail Room is an inspiration to eac new member of the Men’s and Women’s Rowing programs. Under the leadership of the Men’s Head Coach Greg Myhr and Women’s Head Coach Abby Lord, Marietta is prepared and excited for the next 150 years at the Dad Vail. GRAM Open Varsity 8: 2004, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015 htweight 4: 1993, 1996 men’s light weight 4+ 1993 Dad Vail Gold Medalist 2004 Women’s Varsity D2/D3 Heavyweight 8+ Dad Vail Gold Medalist in the 82 years the Dad Vail has been contested. Marietta College rowing has embraced s made to the Dad Vail allowing both Club and Varsity programs, regardless of the mpete for the coveted Dad Vail Gold. While it is a challenge for a school with an nrollment students, the College has recommitted itself to be a Dad Vail school and a consistent Finals and the medal podium. ars, the College leadership, dedicated alumni, and friends of the Pioneer Navy have funded vation to the Lindamood – Van Voorhis Boathouse, updated its fleet of racing shells and re on track to raise a $5 million endowmen for the Men’s and Women’s Rowing teams. The ws that have won Dad Vail gold that hang from the Boathouse rafters in the Dad Vail Room each new member of the Men’s and Women’s Rowing programs. Under the leadership of oach Greg Myhr and Women’s Head Coach Abby Lord, Marietta is prepared and excited for at the Dad V il. 2004 Women’s Varsity D2/D3 Heavyweight 8+ Dad Vail Gold Medalist.

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