Dukes win the Open 8 Race
Second varsity eight takes first place
Dukes compete in Mornagtown and in Pittsburgh
Varsity eight advances to grand final of repechage
Dukes win women's open eight for first time in school history
Contact Coach Langzettel: email@example.com
Jenn Langzettel enters her eighth year as assistant rowing coach. The 2002 graduate of Franklin Pierce College came to the Bluff from Pittsburgh's Fox Chapel High School where she coached the women's novice crew as well as assisting with the men's crew from 2004-2006.
Langzettel began her rowing career as a freshman at Franklin Pierce College where she was the stroke of the Varsity 4 her sophomore through senior years. During college, she rowed in several of the top regattas, including the Head of the Charles and Dad Vail, collecting numerous medals as a student-athlete. She has rowed with the Three Rivers Rowing Association Masters Women and holds a medal in the club eight from the Head of the Charles Regatta with this association.
The Middlebury, Conn. native graduated in December 2007 from Duquesne University's School of Education with her Master's degree in secondary science education. She resides in Allison Park, with her husband Anthony of nine years and daughters Kaley and Evelyn.