Marc Mandel is in his third year at Georgetown as the men's heavyweight freshman/novice coach. During each of his first two years on the Hilltop, he guided predominantly novice-filled freshman crews to petite-final appearances at the IRA National Championships. From 2001-2005, Mandel served as the head coach of men's rowing at Florida Institute of Technology. Highlights of Mandel's tenure at F.I.T. include a silver medal in the Varsity Eight at the 2005 Dad Vail National Championships and a gold medal in the Freshman Four at the 2004 Dad Vail. The program achieved tremendous success at the Florida Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships, winning the overall men's championship four years in a row. Mandel graduated from Northwestern University in 1998, having competed four years for their rowing team.
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