Karnovsky, Resendiz and Zheng, Kessler combined for 10 top-10 finishes at the Camel Team Race (Athletic Communications).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Sailing finished seventh at the 35th Lynne Marchiando Trophy and the Camel Team Race, while sailing to eighth at its own Central Series 3 and ninth at the BU Trophy. Due to weather, all regattas were shortened to one-day events.
Skippers including Andrew Mollerus, Juan Carlos Perdomo, Marek Zaleski, and Nick Sertl and crews including Sydney Karnovsky, Julia Lord, and Nomin Erdene-Jagdagdorj sailed to a seventh-place finish at the 35th Lynne Marchiando Trophy. Hosted by MIT, the Crimson raced to an 8-5 overall record versus 13 other teams.
The Camel Team Race, hosted by Connecticut College, saw similar results for the Crimson, finishing seventh, but with a 1-7 record. Its only victory was against Coast Guard, where skippers Taylor Ladd, Dylan Farrell, and Jackson Wagner and crews Kevin Coakley, Christine Gosioco, and Divya Arya finished in first, second, and fourth in that race.
Hosted by Harvard, the A-division of Nicolas Karnovsky and Alejandra Resendiz and the B-division of Ben Zheng and Zoe Kessler finished eighth among a 16 team pool at the Central Series 3. Karnovsky and Resendiz tallied 33, while Zheng and Kessler recorded 58 for a combined 91 points. The two vessels combined for 10 top-10 results in the 12-race regatta.
The A-division of Taylor Gavula and Adam Brodheim finished with 23 points, while the B-division of Andrew Puopolo and Lena Episalla grabbed 39 points at the BU Trophy. The squad combined for six top-10 results for 62 total points, good for ninth among the 16 teams.
The Crimson will compete in three regattas April 9-10 including the New England Team Race Championship, hosted by Coast Guard, the Mystic Lake Team Race, hosted by Tufts, and the Emily Wick Trophy women's regatta, hosted by Connecticut College.