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Club - Gonzaga College High School Washington, DC -
High School Marc Mandel
Primary Position Port
Secondary Positions Str, Scl
distance erg
500m 2km 5km 6km 10km HMAR MAR
Best Time (mm:ss.s) 1:27.5 6:38.6 18:02.8 - 37:37.0 - -
timed erg
4min 20min 30min 60min
Best Distance (meters) 1,205 5,581 - -
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Wingspan Years rowing
170 77 2
Rowing Honors

-Freshman 8 WMIRA Gold Medal.
-Freshman 8 Stotesbury 10th place.
-Freshman 8 SRAA Nationals 8th place.
- Attended Junior Mens Sweep Development Camp.
-12th out of 85 in the Youth Four Category of Head of the Charles.
-2nd place (behind our varsity 8) in the Youth 8 event at Head of the Occoquan.
-2nd Varsity 8 Jesuit Invite Champions.
-2nd Varsity 8 WMIRA Gold Medal.
-2nd Varsity 8 Stotesbury Gold Medal.
-2nd Varsity 8 SRAA Silver Medal.
-2ND Varsity 8 NSRA Silver Medal.
Invited and did not attend Junior B Men's sweep development camp
Invited and did not attend Junior Men's Sculling development camp, Pittsburgh.
2014(Summer - Potomac Boat Club)
-3rd in JM16 2x at the Independence Day Regatta.
-8th in the Junior A 4x Time Trial at Club Nationals (Stroke).
-5th in Junior B 4x at Club Nationals (Stroke).
2014 (Fall)
-1st Varsity 8 Occoquan Chase Champions.
-1st Varsity 8 8th out of 85 boats in the Youth Men 8 category at Head of the Charles
-1st Varsity 8 Head of the Occoquan Champions.

Rowing Additional

on 2/23/15, my 2k pr was done

Date of last 20 minute piece was 2/18/15


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Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

I played JV hockey at Gonzaga my sophomore year and led the team in scoring. I was appointed a captain of that team not based off of my skill, but because I was able to lead the guys in practices and keep them going in games. One of my leadership projects is leading our current freshman rowers by encouraging them to continue and enjoy the sport. I find it rewarding when I help the freshman in their technique, and seeing them get in return rewarded by the freshman coach. It is my way of giving back for what I received as a freshman from upper- class rowers, and to help the future of the program in anyway I can. I also work at the YMCA of Bethesda-Chevy Chase as a swim instructor. I do it because of the awesome kids I get to see every Sunday.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.
Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I altar serve for Little Flower, which is my old elementary and middle school. I have also served mass as a Gonzaga altar server in beautiful St. Aloysius Church. I have worked as a counselor at camps for younger children. I am on the Gonzaga retreat team or the "God Squad", and through that I work on retreats around Gonzaga as a small-group leader. The junior Gonzaga service outreach program is called "food and friends" which delivers specialized food to those that require it to survive and may not be able to pay for it. I do "food and friends" as much as I can, and always volunteer when the school urgently needs someone to do it.

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Second 20 minute of the fall on 09/17/14
September 17, 2014

173 pounds.

20 Minute: 1:50.9

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