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Coed Sailing Wins BU Trophy, Places Second at Marchiando Trophy Team Race

Coed Sailing Wins BU Trophy, Places Second at Marchiando Trophy Team Race

Women's sailing comes in 13th at the Dellenbaugh Trophy (Athletic Communications).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – While one regatta was left incomplete due to unsailable conditions, Harvard coed sailing finished first at the BU Trophy and second at the Marchiando Trophy Team Race for its third-straight week with a top-two finish.

Harvard finished first in a weather-shortened BU Trophy. Nick Sertl and Nomin-Erdene Jagdagdorj manned the A-boat, finishing with one win and a top-five result in each race. In the B-division, Bennett Capozzi and Olivia Kjorlien came in eighth, placing in the top-10 in all three races.

In a field of 16 at the Marchiando Trophy Team Race, Harvard finished 12-3 overall, trailing winner Yale by one victory. The Crimson won its first ten matchups of the event, posting the first-place dinghy in nine of the matchups. Harvard finished the day 2-3, falling to Roger Williams, Stanford, and Boston College.

Brian Drumm, Nick Sertl, Marek Zeleski, Gram Slattery, Michael Drumm and Andrew Mollerus took turns as skippers of the Harvard fleet, while Jacob Bradt, Brian Drumm, Matthew Mollerus, Sydney Karnovsky, Kevin Coakley and Julia Lord served as crews.

The women's team came in 13th place at the Dellenbaugh Trophy, hosted by Brown. Sophie Bermudez and Ashleigh Inglis formed a pair in the A-division, placing finishing 14th with two top-10 finishes. Taylor Ladd and Kristina Jakobson wound up 10th in the B-flight, with three top-five results.

Similarly, Central Series Three was called off after two races in each division. Harvard was in second-place at the time of the cancellation.

The Crimson continues its season with three regattas April 11-12. Harvard will host the NEISA Team Race Championship, while also sending student-athletes to the Emily Wick Trophy (at Coast Guard) and Mystic Lake Team Race (at Tufts).

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