Marek Zaleski
Marek Zaleski
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Norwalk, Conn.
High School: Fairfield College Preparatory School
Major: Statistics
House Affiliation: Currier

Sophomore 2013-14
Served as skipper in the C boat at the Hatch Brown Trophy, logging three fifth-place finishes to help the Crimson finish 10th overall ... Took fifth at the NEISA Singlehanded Championships with seven single-digit finishes ... Skippered the A division boat to a win with four victories and two runner-up finishes to help Harvard claim the Charles Invitational ... Finished second in the D division at the Navy Fall Invite with 11 top-five finishes to help the Crimson claim fourth overall ... Skippered the A division boat that helped Harvard take 11th at the 7th Oberg Trophy ... Led the Crimson to fifth place at the 2nd Sister Esther Open as the skipper of the A division boat that took first in the group with five victories and nine top-four finishes ... Skippered a vessel at the St. Mary’s Team Race ... Aided the Crimson's fourth-place finish at the Team Race Invitational as skipper ... As skipper, helped Harvard to a fifth-place finish at the 4th Mystic Lake Team Race ... Competed as skipper in the C division boat the finished first to help Harvard take third overall at the Thompson Trophy ... Skippered the B division vessel at the 29th Admiral’s Cup. 

Freshman • 2012-13
Skippered B division boat to three top-three finishes in 10 races to help Harvard place second overall at the Tufts Central Series 1 regatta ... Competed in the singlehanded laser C division boat at the Nevin's Trophy ... Finished tenth at the NEISA Singlehanded Championship.

Before Harvard
Four-year starter and skipper for varsity sailing team at Fairfield College Preparatory School ... Captained high school sailing team for one year ... Two-time winner of the Coaches’ Award ... Selected as team MVP in 2011 and 2012 ... Team ranked eighth in New England ... Won Laser LIS Championship in 2011 ... Contributed to an 11th-place finish in the North Americans as part of the first U.S. boat ... Scholar Athlete 2008-12.