USD Men's Rowing 2007-2008

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The 2006-07 Toreros: Back Row (1-r): Andrew Herrington,Tyler Combs, Josh Gurr, Zach Barr, Brya n Reed, Kyle Martindale, Carson Reeling. Third Row: Mike Viets, Nelson Chase, Lambert deGanay, Josh Kolojeski, Josh Winters, Kyle Martinez, Nate Martinez Second row: Brooks Dagman, Mike Lancaster, Peter Heine, Geoff Wilson, Kolbe Jackson, Ryan Conly, Shane Farmer, Landen Buckley, T.J. Forster, Nick Navarro. Front row: Kelly Maxfield, Mariette Nascimento, Andy Durgan, Bryce Abraham, Cooper Dodd, Konrad Myca, Nick Geovati, Amanda Jessie, Alexis Sellett.

USD General Information

Schoof Name University of San Diego Location 5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110-2492 President Mary E. Lyons, Ph.D. Year Founded 1949 Enrollment 7,400 Colors Columbia Blue, Navy &White Affiliation NCAA Division I Boat House Coggeshall Rowing Center

2007 Newport Regatta bronze medalists-Varsity 8. Time :5:57 (new program record)


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Executive Director of Athletics .................................................. Ky Snyder Senior Assoc. Ath letic Director ............................................Mike Matoso Associate Athletic Director/ Business Affairs ........................Dan Yourg Dir.of Development Student Affairs/ Athletics..............Brian Fogarty Assoc. AD for Facilities & Operations ........................................ Andy Fee Assoc. AD for Sports Medicine ...........................................Carolyn Greer Assoc. AD for Media Relations.................................................. Ted Gosen Assist. Director for Marketing and Promotions........... Chris Morales Assist.AD for Academics and Student Services/ SWA... Shaney Fink

1220 El Carmel Point San Diego, CA 92109

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Broolcs Dagman

17th Year Head Coach

Brooks Dagman enters his 17th season as the Head Coach of Men's Rowing at USD. Over the past 16 seasons, Dagman has turned the USD Men's Crew Program into one of the most respected programs in the west. During his tenure, Dagman has consistantly guided USD into the medals at both the regional and national level. The 2006-07 season saw the program set several new standards in the eights with new school records being set at 5:57 by the first varsity eight and 6:07 by the second varsity eight. The varsity eight finished with a best ever fourth place finish at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Championships. The varsity lightweight four fin– ished the season with a silver medal performance at WIRAs.

The 2006 season was highlighted with some of the strongest racing performances in the program's history. The varsity eight raced to important dual race wins against Santa Clara and UCLA and finished with bronze medals at the WCC championships. The varsity also posted impressive wins at the City Championships in both the heavyweight and lightweight four races, with the lightweights going on to a silver medal race at the WIRAs. The novice program collected several sets of medals, with the final set of medals coming with an impressive come-from-behind sprint to finish third at the Dad Vail Regatta in Philadelphia. This set of bronze medals marks the first set of medals collected by USD in the eight at a season ending Eastern championship race. Besides his USD position, he has also served as assistant coach on the U.S. National Rowing Team which competed in the Pan American Games in Argentina; has worked with the national team at Lake Otay; been President of the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association;and served as the southwest representative for the Mens Olympic Rowing Committee. Dagman was named to the USD post in 1992 after seving as senior assistant coach at UCLA from 1986-91. He earned three varsity letters as an oarsman for the Bruins (1982-85), receiving the team's Most Valuable Oarsman Award in 1984. Brooks and his wife, Barbara, reside in Lemon Grove with their daughter, Madeleine (14), and son, Hayden (2).


"The 2007-08 season should see the program reach newheights.With everyone returning from the 2007 ending varsity eight line-up, along with an additional 12 talented oarsmen competing for those top spots, the varsity program will be in a great position to move faster then ever." - Brooks Dagman


Crew phone: (619) 260-2261 E-mail:

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Height: 6'2"

Year: Sophomore

Position: Starboard

Position: Port

Hometown: Temecula, CA

Hometown: Glendora, CA



Height: 6' 2" Year:Junior

Height: 5' 1O"

Year: Sophomore Position: Starboard

Position: Port/ Starboard

Hometown: New York, NY/ Paris, France

Hometown: San Juan Capistrano



Height: 6' 1"

Height: 6' 3" Year: Senior Position: Port

Year: Sophomore Position: Starboard

Hometown: Lafayette, CA

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Hometown: Lake Forest, CA

Hometown: Manhattan Beach, CA



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Height: 6' 4" Year: Senior

Year: Sophomore

Position: Port

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Hometown: Sammamish, WA

Hometown: Palm Desert, CA



Height: 5'3" Year: Junior

Height: 6'2" Year: Senior Position: Port

Position: Coxswain

Hometown: Burbank, CA

Hometown: Parker, CO

JOSH KOLOJESKI Height: 6' 1" Year:Junior Position: Port Hometown: Atlantic City, NJ

Height: 6' 7" Year: Junior Position: Starboard Hometown: Broomfield, CO

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KYLE MARTINDALE Height: 6'5" Year: Senior Position: Starboard Hometown: Oak Park, CA

KYLE MARTINEZ Height: 5'9" Year: Sophomore Position: Port Hometown: La Mesa, CA KONRAD MYCA Height: 5'1 O" Year: Junior Position: Starboard Hometown: Alameda, CA MICHAEL OSBORN Height: 6' 2" Year:Junior Position: Starboard Hometown:Altadena, CA

KELLYMAXFIELD Height: 5' 3" Year: Senior Position: Coxswain Hometown: Rancho Cordova, CA

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MARIETTE NASCIMENTO Height: 5' 4" Year:Junior Position: Coxswain Hometown: Rancho Santa Margarita, CA

BRYAN REED Height: 6'5" Year: Sophomore Position: Starboard Hometown: Coronado, CA ALEXIS SELLETT Height: 57" Year: Sophomore Position: Coxswain Hometown: Wilson, WY

CARSON REELING Height: 6' O" Year:Junior Position: Port Hometown: Bishop, CA

MICHAEL VIETS Height: 6'2"

Year: Sophomore Position:Starboard Hometown: Boulder City, NV

JOSH WINTERS Height: 6' 0" Year: Junior Position: Starboard Hometown: Burbank, CA

GEOFF WILSON Height: 6'3"

Year: Sophomore Position: Starboard Hometown: San Clemente, CA

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The University of San Diego is an independent Catholic institution of higher education. Founded in 1949, USD is located on 180 acres overlooking Mission Bay, San Diego Harbor and the Pacific Ocean . The campus is named Alcala Park and is located just 1 O minutes from downtown San Diego and the world famous San Diego Zoo. Historic Old Town is just minutes away as well. The city of San Diego along with this campus traces their origins to fifteenth century Spain. The campus was named after a Spanish village near Madrid - Alcala de Henares. Founded by the Greeks as Complutum, the village was later renamed Al Kala (the Castle) by the Moslems. ..------------------,

Christians recaptured the village centuries later and founded a university, the University of Alcala, whose buildings became the inspiration for USD's style.


The USD campus is regarded as one of the most architecturally unique insti– tutions in the country, featuring major buildings designed in an ornamental 16 th century Spanish Renaissance style. Since 1984, USD has completed nu– merous major construction and expansion projects. In 2000, the Jenny Craig Pavilion, a 5, 100-seat athletic center, opened its doors as home to USD vol– leyball and basketball. In the fall of 2001, the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice opened on the west end of campus and a new Science and Tech– nology Center recently opened for the 2003-04 academic year. A five-story Spanish Renaissance parking garage (1,100 spaces) was completed in 1998. A landscaped fountain plaza was finished in the fall of 1995, connecting the entrances of the lmmaculata and Hughes Administration Center. In 1992, the university completed the 45,000 square-foot Loma Hall, which includes an expanded bookstore, a larger mail center, classrooms, and laboratories.


USD enrolls more than 7,200 students who have a choice of more than 60 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The university's academic units include the College of Arts and Sci– ences, and the Schools of Business Administration, Education, Law, and Nursing. Class size generally averages between 15-25 students with the student to teacher ratio being 14:1. Over 97 percent of USD's full-time faculty hold doctorates.

In the annual ratings of the country's colleges and universities, published by U.S. News & World Report, USD moved from the regional to national category in 1994. The university now consistently ranks among the top schools in the United States.


The University of San Diego is a member of the West Coast Conference for nearly all sports and competes in 16 intercollegiate sports on the NCAA Divi– sion I level. The football team just completed its 13th season in the Pioneer Football League. Women's sports include: basketball, cross country, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball. Men's sports include: base– ball, basketball, cross country, golf, football, rowing, soccer and tennis. Since 1990, USD teams have made 49 NCAA post-season appearances; garnered 56 All-American selections; had 37 Conference Coaches of the Year; won 15 conference championships; and 4 WCC Scholar Athletes of the Year. At the end of the 2004 women's soccer season, Amy Epsten was honored as the WCC Freshman of the Year, the first Torero to win such an award and Ada Greenwood was voted as the WCC Coach of the Year by his peers.



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Newport Beach, CA

Newport Autumn Rowing Festival

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Mission Bay

San Diego Fall Classic

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Long Beach Christmas Sprints

Long Beach Regatta San Diego Crew Classic City Championships

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Newport Regatta

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WIRA Championships

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Dad Vail Regatta


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