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Coed and Women’s Sailing Competes at Two Maryland Regattas

Coed and Women’s Sailing Competes at Two Maryland Regattas

Harvard's coed squad finishes seventh at St. Mary's Team Race (Athletic Communications).

ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. – In its second weekend of the spring season, Harvard coed sailing posted a seventh-place result at the St. Mary's Team Race, while the women's squad came in 18th at the Navy Women's Interconference Regatta.

The coed squad, racing 420s and FJs, finished 3-6 overall at the St. Mary's Team Race on southern Chesapeake Bay, posting victories over Old Dominion, Fordham and SUNY Maritime. In four of its nine contests at the regatta, a Crimson dinghy came across the finish line first. Brian Drumm, Michael Drumm and Andrew Mollerus served as skippers in the event, while Jacob Bradt, Kevin Coakley, Julia Lord and Sydney Karnovsky competed as crews.

The women's team, sailing in FJs and Z420s, wound up in 18th-place in a weather-shortened Navy Women's Interconference Regatta. Five races were carried out in the A-division, and four in the B-flight. Sophie Bermudez and Ashleigh Inglis finished 16th in the A-division, while Taylor Ladd and Kristina Jakobson took 16th-place sailing in the B-group.

Harvard sailing continues its spring schedule March 21-22 with the Southern New England Team Race, at Connecticut College, and Geiger Trophy Team Race, hosted by MIT.

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