Harvard Sailing Finishes Second at the Moody Trophy

Harvard Sailing Finishes Second at the Moody Trophy

White and Kopp helped Harvard finish second at the Moody Trophy (photo courtesy Gil Talbot).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard sailing team finished second overall at the Moody Trophy, hosted by Rhode Island, over the weekend.

At the Moody Trophy, featuring 18 teams, Tedd Himler and Quincy Bock led Harvard by winning the A division. The duo was the staple of consistency by finishing in the top three in seven of the 13 races in the division.

Harvard’s other pair of Brendan Kopp and William White registered a solid performance as well, finishing fifth in the B division. Ivy League rival Yale was the regatta victor, as it finished second in the A division and first in the B division.

Colin Santangelo was on the water in individual fashion at the New England Singlehanded Championships. He finished in 20th place at the event.

Harvard is scheduled to compete at the Captain Hurst Bowl and the Women’s Intersectional, hosted by Dartmouth and Yale respectively, this weekend.