Moody Trophy Ahead for Sailing Coeds
Benjamin Lamont helped the Crimson finish ninth at the regatta a year ago (photo courtesy Athletic Communications).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The No. 5 Harvard sailing coed team will race for the Moody Trophy when it travels to Wakefield, R.I., this weekend.
Fans can follow results from the Moody Trophy live, here.
Last Time on the Water
In a full weekend of competition, the Crimson coeds claimed their second victory of the fall season at the Charles Invitational. Harvard also competed at the Danmark Trophy, the 9th Annual Richard B. Ross Memorial Trophy and the George Warren Smith Trophy.
About the Moody Trophy
The Moody Trophy, hosted by Rhode Island, will see 17 teams, including 10 ranked in the top-20, clash on Point Judith Pond. The two divisions in the intersectional event will compete in FJs. Last season, five sailors contributed to the Crimson's ninth-place finish in the weather-shortened race.
Related Link: Sailing Claims Ninth in Weather-Shortened Moody Trophy
Sailors will take the water Saturday with northeast winds of 10 to 15 knots, with gusts up to 20 knots and waves around two feet. Similar conditions are in store for Sunday's races.
For up-to-date forecasts, click here.
Harvard sailing continues its fall season next weekend with five regattas.