SAILING: Bulldogs settle for fourth place
The No. 2 coed sailing team capped an impressive fall season with a fourth-place finish at the ICSA Match Racing National Championships on the weekend of Nov. 22. Match racing involves head-to-head races, rather than the usual college format of having all of the teams sail at the same time. Captain Chris Segerblom ’14 said »
SAILING: No wind in Yale’s sails at ACCs
Despite each having held the No. 1 ranking for longer than any other school in the country, the No. 2 coed sailing team and No. 2 women’s sailing team both came up short at the Atlantic Coast Championships this weekend. The coed team claimed third place at the event, which was hosted by the College »
COED SAILING: One if by landy, two if by sea
On Nov. 3, the No. 1 co-ed sailing team placed third at the Erwin Schell Trophy hosted by MIT, qualifying for the Atlantic Coast Championships in the process. The Bulldogs have held the No. 1 ranking for most of the year and have won four intersectional regattas, including their most recent triumph at the Sherman »
SAILING: Sailing rides solo
With the No. 1 coed sailing team and No. 1 women’s sailing team each preparing for the Atlantic Coast Championships in one week’s time, individuals from each squad competed for national championships. On the coed side, Mitchell Kiss ’17 secured a fourth-place finish at the ICSA Men’s Singlehanded National Championship while Urska Kosir ’15 delivered »
SAILING: Elis qualify during windy weekend
A nearly windless Saturday postponed much of the scheduled action, resulting in a wild Sunday packed with racing for the coed and women’s sailing teams. But when all was said and done, both teams qualified for the Atlantic Coast Championships. The No. 1 coed team placed third at the 73rd Annual Professor Schell Trophy, hosted »
SAILING: Women’s sailing continues to roll
The No. 1 women’s sailing team continued its recent dominance on home waters this weekend, winning the Yale Women’s Intersectional. The No. 1 coed team, meanwhile, came away with fourth-place, sixth-place and ninth-place finishes at three regional regattas over the weekend. The two squads had different goals in mind this past weekend. The women’s team »
SAILING: Bulldogs tame the seas
The No. 1 coed and women’s sailing teams each claimed major victories this weekend, further establishing themselves as the squads to beat on the water.
Ahoy! Elis dominate the seas
Repeating recent success, both the coed and women’s sailing teams dominated the East Coast this weekend.
SAILING | Women defend trophy
The Yale squads competed at four events this weekend, emerging with the women’s team’s lone victory earned in defense of their title at the Mrs. Hurst Bowl regatta at Dartmouth.