Crimson Sailors Fifth with One Day Left at ICSA Coed Regatta

Top teams from across the country are facing off on Lake Travis (photo courtesy ICSA).
Top teams from across the country are facing off on Lake Travis (photo courtesy ICSA).

Day 1 Recap

AUSTIN, Texas--The Harvard sailing team enters the final day of competition at the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association/Gill Dinghy National Championship Friday on Lake Travis in fifth place.

With 155 points through 10 races in each of two divisions, the Crimson sits just 13 points out of the top three teams of the 18-school field. With four races sailed in each division on a Thursday session slowed by lack of wind, Georgetown maintained its lead with 104 total poiunts.

The collegiate sailing season concludes with Day 3 of the regatta, which gets underway Friday at 10 a.m. Central. The final race will start no later than 5 p.m. Fans can follow live coverage here, with live results here.

Brendan Kopp and Sarah Pierson rank second in the A division with 63 points, just 16 off the pace of division-leading Georgetown. They finished in the top half of the field in three of their four Thursday races, posting one runner-up finish and one fourth-place showing.

In the B division, Emily Lambert and Brian Drumm stand eighth with 92 points after finishing sixth in Thursday's final race.

Team Standings
Georgetown 104
Yale 134
Roger Williams 142
College of Charleston 153
Harvard 155
Stanford 180
Boston College 185
Dartmouth 189
Boston University 194
Wisconsin 198
South Florida 204
Miami 205
Brown 214
Tufts 215
Old Dominion 246
Navy 248
New York Maritime 276