Swimming - Co-Ed Varsity

MPrep Swimming finished its third season with many accomplishments to celebrate. From the perspective of season stats, our program showed another great round of improvement over the first two seasons. Our team consistently broke their personal records and showed constant advancement. Furthermore, several school records were broken multiple times throughout the season. This season we enjoyed two meet victories against MacDuffie and Winchendon. We also had two great finishes to the season at finals with Olivia Panagiotou and John Sarantopoulos placing in the top 15 of the year.

While the Swimming Knights made great strides in the water this season, their sportsmanship never needed perfecting. Whether it was shaking hands with competitors in the next lanes after their race, lining up to shake the other teams' hands after the meet, or remembering to thank the officials, fans, and opposing team, each swimmer proved that they deserved the title of a Marianapolis Golden Knight.

Our team's encouragement of each other was especially impressive as well. During meets, there was very little time when the swimmers were actually sitting, as they were typically by the side of the pool cheering on their teammates in the water, pushing them to swim their best, and congratulating them as they came back to the stands.  

With the end of the winter we are forced to say goodbye to our two captains and seniors, Olivia Panagiotou and Christopher Ringer. We thank them for sharing their leadership skills and wish them the best of luck on their journey.

With great appreciation for the enthusiasm of our swimmers and the dedication of their families, who travel near and far to cheer us on, we look to close this season and look forward to next winter when the Swimming Knights will take to the water again.

Record: 0-5

Schedule

Schedule

Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Result Score Status
vs.
Eagle Hill School
Eagle Hill School Away Details
vs.
Lincoln School
Lincoln School Away Details
vs.
Rectory School
YMCA Away Details CHANGED: This event has changed.
vs.
Thayer Academy
Thayer Academy Away Details Loss 70-89
vs.
Wilbraham & Monson Academy
Wilbraham & Monson Academy Away Details Loss 55-29
vs.
Eagle Hill School
Eagle Hill School Away Details Loss 100-69
vs.
Worcester Academy
Worcester Academy Away Details Loss 51-30
vs.
Hamden Hall
Hamden Hall Away Details
vs.
Kingswood Oxford School
Trinity College Pool Away Details
vs.
St. George's School
St. George's School Away Details Loss
Providence Cup
Roger Williams Away Details CANCELLED
vs.
Rectory School
Home Details
NEPSAC Championships
Wesleyan University Away Details

Roster

Roster

# Name Class
Ryan Barnwell 2020
Amiah Brown 2022
Hansen Cao 2021
Julia Crosby 2020
Alexandra Giorgio 2021
Patrick Martineau 2022
Laurelyn Mayen 2021
Grace McGovern 2021
Jacob Mobley 2022
Olivia Panagiotou 2019
Grace Rhoads 2022
Christopher Ringer 2019
Ashley Robert 2020
John Sarantopoulos 2020
Sara Soares 2021
Zachary Stoddard 2022
Max Tsai 2021
Ashley Vandenbrouck 2022
Rose Warfield 2022

Coaches

Coaches

  • Yfqhi92mjJoshua Roesler
    Head Coach
    Joshua Roesler teaches mathematics at Marianapolis. He has spent every summer since 2011 working at a summer camp in the mid-west. While there, he instructs drum and bugle, sailing, and water ski. Mr. Roesler has over 80 hours of classroom observation and private tutoring in mathematics. He was a Boy Scout for 8 years and earned the rank of Eagle. He is also lead climb, lifeguard, and open water diver certified. He loves the outdoors, camping, climbing, hiking, reading and taking his dog for walks.
  • Ta6higi8cGwenn Curtis
    Assistant Coach
    Gwenn Curtis joins the English Language department at Marianapolis this year. Ms. Curtis grew up on the campus of Salisbury School where her dad is a teacher and coach. She has traveled extensively throughout Europe and Eastern Asia. Ms. Curtis has her Masters of Music in Historical and Analytical Musicology from King's College London. She taught Grade 1 and 2 English, Science, and Art in Ningbo, China for the last two years prior to joining MPrep. 
  • Yj3hhww0eSamuel Gray
    Assistant Coach
    Samuel Gray teaches computer science, coaches the cross country and jv lacrosse teams, and is part of the residential duty team in White House. In addition, he is the advisor of the Robotics Club. Outside of Marianapolis, Mr. Gray enjoys sailing a canoe, and he studied abroad in France for a semester.