2013 Collegiate National Championships

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The 2013 USAPL Collegiate National Championships is this weekend and the excitement is building. With classes that can be 40+ competitors deep, large crowds, and ear-piercing cheering, Collegiate Nationals is the most electric powerlifting meet that you are likely to encounter. Teams from around the nation train all year for this weekend, and 2013 looks to be another great event.  Let’s take a look at the local contenders!

Travis Werner wrote in the 2013 Collegiate Nationals Preview, “In just five short years, Boston has exploded onto the collegiate powerlifting scene. With a huge roster and an all-star coaching staff, we are within a few years of the North claiming their first national championship in many years. Led by defending National Champion, Shaina Petit, and top-seeded Emily Leibert at 114, Northeastern has a very good chance of leaving Texas with the coveted team title in 2013.”

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Northeastern University Women:

Emily Liebert 52 kg
Michelle Ryan 52 kg
Kimberly Martin 57 kg
Kristy Marie Bell 57 kg
Daria Capone 57 kg
Jessica De St. Croix 63 kg
Shaina Petit 72 kg
Caitlyn Frances Hester 72 kg
Erika Myers 84 Kg
Monet Bland 84 Kg
Audrey Underwood 84 Kg
Allison Trites 84 Kg
Christine Bivona 84 + kg
Vikky Park 84 + kg
Clara Lauterwasser 84 + kg

 

Bridgewater State University Women:

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Allison Almeida 72 kg

 

Northeastern University Men:

Anthony Grimaldi 66 kg
Scott Conway 74 kg
Roy Apostle 74 kg
Gregory Lum 74 kg
Isaac Rynowecer 74 kg
Wilson Mefford 74 kg
Daniel Haskin 83 kg
Ryan Hanrahan 83 kg
Matt Cassista 83 kg
Alexander Baval 93 kg
Thomas Reilly 93 kg
Chris Hughes 93 kg
Jordan S. Turgeon 93 kg
Andrew Mastone 120 kg
Stephen King 120 + kg

 

Boston College Men:

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Ian MacPherson 74 kg
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