SAILING: Yale sails to success in opener
After more than three months away from competition, the Yale women’s sailing team finally returned to action this weekend in South Carolina at the Charleston Women’s Interconference Regatta. Despite the lack of practice time, the Bulldogs finished third among 14 teams.
SAILING: Elis continue to dominate the seas
Over the weekend, the No. 1 coed sailing team split up over three events, displaying their talents across the Northeast. Two Elis qualified for the ISCA Men’s single-handed National Championships while the other Bulldog squads placed third and fifth at the 32nd Hood Trophy and Salt Pond Invitational, respectively.
COED SAILING: Yale wins at MIT
After placing second at home last week, the coed sailing team performed even better this weekend, cruising to victory by a massive 98 point spread at the Hatch Brown Trophy.
SAILING: Bulldogs saved by Belling ’16
In addition to helping the Yale coed sailing team win the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association Team Race National Championship in June, crew Charlotte Belling ’16 has achieved personal recognition for her achievements as well.
SAILING: Anchors aweigh for defending champs
Coming off of two consecutive Team Race national championships and three straight Ivy League titles, the Yale coed sailing team will look to defend its titles this year with a squad of seasoned veterans and talented freshman.