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Fall Sailing Season Comes To a Close at the Atlantic Coast Championship

Fall Sailing Season Comes To a Close at the Atlantic Coast Championship

Sailors in both divisions posted top-10 results in the season finale (Athletic Communications).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard coed sailing ended its fall schedule with an 11th-place finish at the Atlantic Coast Championship. Dinghies in both divisions ended up in the top-10.

Racing FJs at the Coast Guard-hosted regatta, Harvard's A-division pair of Brian Drumm and Jacob Bradt sailed to 10th-place. The duo finished in the top-10 in nine out of 13 races, including a victory in the sixth race. Drumm and Bradt got off to a quick start, with six top-10s in the first seven races, which positioned Harvard in fifth overall at the midpoint of the regatta.

Andrew Mollerus skippered the B-division boat with Sydney Karnovsky as crew, and raced to a seventh-place finish. The tandem came out on top in one race, and posted eight top-10 finishes throughout the competition. Like their teammates in the A-division, Mollerus and Karnovsky were in the top-five throughout the first half of the regatta, but fell off slightly during the second day.

Harvard sailing concluded its fall schedule with three wins and an average finish of 6.9 out of 16. The season picks up again in early March.

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