Harvard Earns Four Top-10 Results

Harvard Earns Four Top-10 Results

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard sailing team tallied four top-10 results, including a third-place finish at the Thompson Trophy (Coast Guard/Connecticut College), a sixth-place mark at the Oberg Trophy (MIT), a 10th-place tally at the Presidents' Trophy (Boston University), and another 10th-place result at the Moschbacher, Owen, Knapp, Trophies (Cornell).

Three divisions of Crimson vessels raced to a third-place finish, the second-highest mark of the spring season, at the Thompson Trophy. The B-division of Marek Zaleski and Julia Lord tallied Harvard's best result totaling 97 points, while the A-division of Andrew Mollerus and Sydney Karnovsky recorded 118 and the C-division of Nick Sertl and Nomin Erdene-Jagdagdorj registered 143. The Crimson surpassed its seventh-place mark from last years' regatta.

At the Oberg Trophy, the B-division of Nicholas Karnovsky and Alejandra Resendiz crossed the finish line with a total of 70 points, good for second among the 15-vessel pool. The C-division of Jackson Wagner and Robert Anderson tallied 95, as the A-division of Dylan Farrell and Christine Gosioco recorded 128 points, for a total Crimson score of 293, good for sixth place.

The Crimson finished 10th at the Presidents' Trophy hosted by Boston University. Two divisions of vessels including the A-division of Taylor Ladd and Kristin Anderson registered 95 points, while the B-division of Taylor Gavula and Ariana Gross tallied 66 points.

Harvard recorded another 10th-place result at the Moschbacher, Owen, Knapp Trophies, where the team totaled 216 points. The A-division of Juan Carlos Perdomo and Catherine Tang earned 124 points where the B-division of Nicholas DiGiovanni and Pricillia Russo recorded 92 points.

The Crimson will compete in four more regattas with the Boston Dinghy Club Challenge (Harvard/MIT), New England Women's Championship Reed Trophy (Yale), Admiral's Cup (USMMA), and Morris Trophy (Boston University), which are all lined up for April 23-24.