SAILING: Elis set sail on fall season

The Yale coed and women’s sailing teams launched their 2017 fall seasons with promising performances at home and away last weekend. The women’s team traveled […]

SAILING: Elis claim Ivy championship at home

The No. 1 Yale coed sailing team maintained its perch atop the Ivy League with a golden performance at the Ivy League Sailing Regatta Championship […]

SAILING: Teams elect new captains

Claire Huebner ’18 and Malcolm Lamphere ’18 were elected as captains of the Yale women’s and coed sailing teams, respectively, for the 2017 fall and […]

SAILING: Bulldogs start title defense

As winter thaws, Yale’s coed and women’s sailing teams will return to icy waters aiming to defend their four consecutive national team racing titles this […]

SAILING: Yale administrator makes sailing history

On Nov. 4, Joy Sherman, an administrator for the Yale Council of African Studies, faced an immense challenge: captaining a sailing crew on a round-trip […]

WOMEN’S SAILING: Yale finishes fall with ACCs

Racing a team composed mainly of underclassmen, the No. 1 Yale coed and No. 1 women’s sailing teams put together a good team effort this weekend to finish seventh and sixth, respectively, at the fall Atlantic Coast Championships.

SAILING: Sailing teams win at Coast Guard

October could not have ended much sweeter for the Yale sailing teams. The No. 2 coed and No. 1 women’s teams both won the New England Fall Championship this past weekend, securing their spots at the Atlantic Coast Championship in two weeks.

SAILING: Women win third in a row

Overcoming varying wind conditions across the weekend, the Yale sailing teams continued their strong performances on the water. The No. 4 women’s team provided the […]

SAILING: Yale takes top spot in three regattas

The Yale sailing team stuck to its well-worn script for success this weekend, easing to comfortable margins of victory in three of its four regattas […]

SAILING: Three Elis qualify for Singlehanded Nationals

The Yale sailing team continued its strong start to the season, with three individual sailors qualifying for the Singlehanded National Championship. In team competition, the Yale women’s team cruised to victory in the Amanda Trophy at Roger Williams, while the co-ed team finished second in the Chris Loder Trophy at MIT and fourth in the Stedman Hood Trophy at Tufts.

SAILING: Bulldogs earn three wins on the water

Next week, the Bulldogs have six regattas on the docket, including the Men’s and Women’s Singlehanded Championships. Nordstorm will sail for the women, while Malcolm Lamphere ’18 — the defending national champion — Barrows and Baird will sail for the men.