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No. 15 Coed Sailing Concludes Fall at Atlantic Coast Tournament

The Crimson coeds will race at their 27th regatta this autumn (photo courtesy Ken Legler).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The No. 15 Harvard coed sailing team's fall season will come to a close this weekend when the Crimson clash on the water in New London, Conn., at the Atlantic Coast Tournament hosted by Connecticut College. The regatta will feature 18 teams battle across two divisions in FJs. Sailing is set to begin at 9:30 a.m.

Fans can follow results from the regatta, here.

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Last Time on the Water
In his fourth collegiate regatta, Juan Carlos Perdomo became the first freshman in Harvard sailing history to earn the Griswold Trophy at the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association Singlehanded Championships. The runner-up performance was the first time a Harvard sailor finished second at the national championship since Clay Johnson '08 did so in 2005.

The then No. 11 coeds competed at three regattas a week ago: 2nd Sister Ester Open, Hap Moore Trophy and the Mike Horn Trophy.

Related Link: Perdomo Earned Griswold Trophy at ICSA Singlehanded Championships; Coeds Compete at Three Regattas

Sailor of the Week
For his second-place finish at the ICSA Singlehanded Championships, Juan Perdomo was named the New England Intercollegiate Sailing Association Coed Sailor of the Week Nov. 12. The weekly accolade was the first of the freshman's career and first weekly award presented to a Crimson sailor this season.

Related Link: Perdomo Named NEISA Sailor of the Week

Rank and File
The Crimson coeds opened the season ranked 16th in the SailingWorld.com rankings, presented by Sperry-Top Sider. Harvard moved up to No. 5 in the national poll after six top-five finishes Oct. 5, but has since dropped to No. 15.

Week  Of

Coeds

Sept. 4

16

Sept. 18

10

Oct. 2

5

Oct. 16

6

Oct. 30

11

Nov. 13

15


Related Link:
Sailing World's College Rankings

Forecast
Sailing will begin with west winds around 5 knots shifting to a south breeze in the afternoon. Conditions on Sunday will be southeast gusts of 5 to 10 knots.

For up-to-date forecasts, click here.

Coming Up
Harvard will return to the water in the spring.