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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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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. […]

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, […]

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.

SAILING: Elis capture Danmark trophy

This weekend, Yale came away with a significant victory as the coed team claimed the coveted Danmark Trophy.

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.

SAILING | Bulldogs build momentum

The coed sailors headed to New York to compete in the Admiral’s Cup, finishing fourth overall in the competitive field.

SAILING | Bulldogs advance despite tough conditions

Over a weekend of shifty winds and difficult sailing conditions, both of Yale’s sailing teams emerged with their goals met.