The Crimson clinched a 1-2-5 win over Brown at the New England Team Race Championships (Athletic Communications).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard sailing team competed at the New England Team Race Championships at Tufts and the Emily Wick Trophy at Coast Guard. Harvard was challenged by the heavy winds, finishing eighth at the NE Team Race Championships and 15th at the Emily Wick Trophy.
Sailing in Larks, Harvard sent skippers, Nick Sertl, Taylor Ladd, Dylan Farrell and Nick DiGiovanni and crews, Nomin-Erdene Jagdagdorj, Kevin Coakley, Kristin Anderson, and Julia Lord, to compete at the NE Team Race Championships. Despite a five-win comeback in the second round, Harvard was limited to an eighth-place finish at the conclusion of the weekend, tallying a 5-13 overall mark. The Crimson earned wins over Brown, Bowdoin, Connecticut, Dartmouth and Coast Guard. For a full report, please see College Sailing.
Competing in FJs and Z420s, Harvard sent Taylor Gavula, Sofia Marie Mascia, Jessica Williams, Emma Wheeler, Lucy Wilmot and Alejandra Resendiz to the Emily Wick Trophy at the Coast Guard. The winds were high throughout the weekend, causing rough conditions for the women's only regatta. The Division A sailors finished consistently in the middle of the pack, while Wilmot and Resendiz finished within the top-10 in six of 15 races. Harvard finished the weekend with 356 points and in 15th place. For a full report, please see College Sailing.
The Crimson will return to action next weekend in the Ivy League Championships at Yale (Owen Trophy), the Oberg Trophy at MIT, the Presidents Trophy at Boston University and the Thompson Trophy at Coast Guard.