Harvard Sailing Competes In Two Team Regattas

Harvard Sailing Competes In Two Team Regattas

Jumper was one of eight Harvard athletes that took part in the Hap Moore trophy helping Harvard place ninth in the event. 

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard sailing team notched a ninth-place showing at the Hap Moore Team Race, hosted by Coast Guard. The regatta was one of a pair of round-robin team races that the Crimson competed in this weekend, hosting the Horn Trophy.

Harvard was one of 11 schools to participate in the Hap Moore trophy, winning three races on Saturday and six on Sunday. The Crimson had eight players compete during the regatta, as Gram Slattery, Brian Drumm, Michael Drumm, Ried Bergsund, Alexandra Jumper, Emily Lambert, Will White and Brendan Kopp all took part. The Crimson finished with a final record of 6-8. Tufts won the event by recording a 13-2 record. Boston College (12-3) and Roger Williams (11-4) rounded out top-three finishers. 

At the Mike Horn Trophy Harvard placed sixth. Roger Williams took top honors with a 12-3 mark with Tufts and Bowdoin coming in second and third with 9-6 records, respectively.

The Harvard coed sailing team is slated to compete in the Atlantic Coast Championship this weekend, after qualifying for the event by coming in second at the Schell Trophy. The championship is scheduled for Nov. 12-13 on the Charles River.