The Crimson trio was among 54 student-athletes named to the All-Academic Sailing team (Athletic Communications).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard sailing's Brian Drumm, Michael Drumm and Isabel Ruane have been named to the Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) All-Academic Sailing teams. Brian Drumm was named to the All-Academic first team, while Michael Drumm and Ruane were recognized as Academic All-Conference members for their excellence in the classroom.
Brian Drumm earns ICSA All-Academic honors after being selected to the All-NEISA second team in April. As the skipper in the "A" team boat, he helped the Crimson to an appearance at the national championships and an 18th-place finish. Adding to his list of accolades, Brian Drumm was also one of ten Harvard student-athletes named to the Academic All-Ivy League team in the spring.
Michael Drumm secures ICSA All-Academic honors after a strong year for the Crimson. The skipper of the "B" team boat for a majority of the season, he helped captain the Crimson to a victory at the Harry Anderson Trophy race, and helped Harvard to an 18th-place finish at the national championships in St. Mary's City, Maryland.
With her inclusion on the ICSA All-Academic team, Ruane obtained her second honor of the summer, after also being named to the All-NEISA second team crew in April. She played a significant role as a crew member on the "B" vessel at the national championships, and helped the Crimson to a plethora of top-ten finishes over the 2013-14 schedule.
To qualify for the ICSA All-Academic team, the student-athletes had to maintain a 3.5 GPA or higher, be an upper-classman, and play a key role as a starter or reserve on the team.