Saints at the Next Level
Kate Butcher ’21 - UPenn
Amrit Chapman ’21 - Georgetown
Elizabeth Hall ’21 - Rollins College
Christine Wu ’20 - Dartmouth
Parkie Mosley ’20 - Wesleyan
Alyse Ray ’20 - Naval Academy
Christine Wu ’20 - Dartmouth
Margaret Murphy ’19 - Princeton
Claire Miller ’18 - Georgetown
Noelle Yoo ’18 - Wellesley
Hannah Beams ’17 - Bates
Caitlin Cobb ’17 - Bucknell
Camy Hines ’16 - Smith
Eleni Scurletis ’16 - Tufts
Amanda Sin ’16 - UNC
Millie Spencer ’16 - Georgetown
Kristen Bowman ’15 - University of Southern California
Emma Porrazzo ’15 - Wesleyan
Emma Lea Wheeler '15 - Bates
Bella Miller ’14 - Bates
Bertie Miller ’14 - Williams
Kelsey Barolak ’13 - Harvard
Susannah Donoho ’13 - Colby
Alexandra Porrazzo ’13 - Georgetown
Liza Tarbell ’13 - Bowdoin
Emily Troisi ’13 - Georgetown
Mary Wilson ’12 - Duke
Katie Toothman ’12 - Stanford
Rachel Pederson ’10 - Bates
Leah Watson ’10 - Lewis and Clark
Hayley Swan ’09 - Williams
Sydney (Tooze) Taylor '08 - Williams
Elise Desimone '08 - Colby
Eloise Repeczky ’07 - Sewanee
Serena Roberts Houlihan ’01 - Brown
Annie Taylor Douthit ’00 - Bates
Meaghan Keely Schwarting ’99 - University of Virginia
Holly Fling Austin ’97 - Harvard
Andi Mulholland Whitaker ’95 - University of Delaware
Jennifer Hurtt Mullins ’88
A look back at the Saints accomplishments on and off the field.
Athletes from the Class of 2022 commit to where they will play next year in college
The Head of the Charles Regatta returned after two years. St. Andrew's graduates represented and found success on the water all weekend.
Dr. W. Chris Winter talks to St. Andrew's students and athletes about the research of sleep and relation to top performance.
About Head Coach Lou Berl
Lou O'Brien Berl began her rowing career at St. Andrew’s, where she was a three-sport varsity captain of field hockey, squash, and crew. After graduating from St. Andrew’s, Berl represented the US on the Junior National Rowing Team before heading to University of Pennsylvania to row. After graduating as captain and MVP from Trinity College in Connecticut, Berl began her collegiate coaching career at her alma mater, and continued at Nobles & Greenough School, where her team won NEIRAs and Youth National Championship races. She made the jump to collegiate coaching in 1997, and lead undefeated and championships teams at Ohio State and University of Virginia, before returning to Trinity College to become head coach. At Trinity, Berl’s teams swept the New England Championships and earned their first-ever bid to the NCAA National Championships.
After taking time off to raise her three daughters (Charlotte ’17, Wilder ’19, and Allaire ’22), Berl started Lou’s Garage Crew. Through this program, she trained several high school students on the erg and helped them with collegiate recruiting to the Junior National team and Ivy League programs.
In the fall of 2013, Berl became the head coach of the Harvard-Radcliffe Varsity Lightweight team. That spring, under her leadership, “RVL” rowed an undefeated first season, winning and setting a new course record at the Eastern Sprints as well as winning the IRA National Championships for the first time in 17 years. She was voted both the 2014 IRA and CRCA Lightweight Women's Coach of the Year.
In the fall of 2015, Berl and her family moved to St. Andrew’s where she took over as head coach of the girls crew program. She is also associate director of admission, a dorm parent on Moss Hall, and is a class advisor to the V Form. Her husband Chris Berl is also a girls rowing coach at St. Andrew’s. He rowed at Pomfret School in Connecticut and at the University of Pennsylvania and was a three-time member of the US National Rowing team.