SAILING | Elis win big intersectional

October 18, 2011 • 0
After a busy start to the fall season, this weekend the No. 3 coed sailing team proved that quality is more important than quantity. Despite sailing in only two regattas, the team still managed to make its mark, something the No. 1 women’s team was unable to do as too much wind blew out its »
In the storm Trysail Big Boat regatta in Larchmont, N.Y., the coed sailing team placed third in a field of over 40 boats.

Sailing breezes past competition

October 11, 2011 • 0
The women’s and coed sailing teams enjoyed a second straight successful weekend, winning two regattas and finishing in the top three in all four regattas in which they participated. For the coeds, Cam Cullman ’13 qualified for the National Championships in Lasers, much like his women’s team counterparts — Claire Dennis ’13 and Emily Billing »

SAILING | Bulldogs capsize competition

October 5, 2011 • 0
The coed and women’s sailing teams reinforced their place among college sailing’s elite with impressive displays this weekend. The women’s team had two members qualify for the National Championships in Laser Radials, while the coeds traveled to three regattas, finishing within the top three in each. In Branford, Conn., the women’s team hosted the New »
The coed sailing team finished third out of 21 teams at the Professor Steadman Hood Trophy in Massachusetts.

SAILING | Windless weekend doesn’t stop sailors

September 27, 2011 • 0
Glassy water can be beautiful, but there is nothing uglier to a sailor. For the second straight week, a lack of wind in the Northeast limited the activity of the No. 1 coed and women’s sailing teams. The women’s team completed a weekend-high 14 races at its regatta, seven in each division, while none of »
The No. 1 coed sailing team competed at the Hatch Brown Trophy, the Nevins Trophy and the Boston Harbor Invitational last weekend and was unable to secure a finish higher than eighth.

SAILING | Frustrating weekend for No. 1 sailors

September 20, 2011 • 1
Although the women’s and coed sailing teams came into the weekend with the high of No. 1 rankings, the women barely got a chance to back up that mark as a lack of wind limited its sailing, while the coeds struggled in its three regattas, finishing no higher than eighth. Each coed regatta featured 20 »