CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Seniors Mark Boissonneault (Bowie, Md./DeMatha), John Gould (Litchfield, Conn./The Gunnery), and Ryan Miranda (Farmington, Conn./Farmington) are reprising their roles as captains of the Washington College men's rowing team. The trio, along with Ben Sproule '15, also served as captains during the 2014-15 season.
Boissonneault was named the team's 2015 MVP and has won Shoreman of the Week honors three times - twice as part of the first varsity eight and once as part of the varsity four. He sat in the bow seat of the winning varsity eight at each of the past two Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Championships.
Gould has also won Shoreman of the Week honors three times - twice as part of the first varsity eight and once as part of the varsity four. He has represented the United States as a coxswain on the World Championship level and has been the coxswain of the last three MARC Championship-winning first varsity eights.
Miranda holds the school 1,500-, 2,000-, and 4,000-meter erg records. He is a two-time All-NIRC selection and two-time All-MARC varsity selection. He was named the team's MVP in 2014 and was also a 2013 All-MARC novice choice. He has twice won Shoreman of the Week honors as part of the team's first varsity eight. He has rowed in each of the past three MARC Championship-winning first varsity eights and was the male winner of the College's 2015 Elizabeth "Bo" Blanchard Memorial Sportsmanship Award.