Lambert (left) and Jumper comprised a powerful A-division pairing that tallied three first-place finishes to help the Crimson to a fourth-place showing at the St. Mary's Women's Intersectional. (Gil Talbot)
The Harvard women's sailing team took fourth place at the St. Mary's Women's Intersectional this weekend. The A-division pairing of seniors Emily Lambert and Alexandra Jumper helped lead the way for the Crimson as the team tallied three first-place finishes during the weekend.
Harvard totaled 50 points in the A division good for second place overall in the grouping. In the B division, sophomores Morgan Russom and Isabell Ruane took to the water, earning two second-places finishes in the third and fourth races and secured sixth place with 72 points. Harvard finished just two points back of third-place Connecticut College, while Georgetown took top-honors with No. 1 Yale securing second place.