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Sailing Wins Hatch Brown Trophy

In its second weekend of competition, Harvard sailing finished in first place at the Hatch Brown Trophy (Athletic Communications).
In its second weekend of competition, Harvard sailing finished in first place at the Hatch Brown Trophy (Athletic Communications).

In its second weekend of competition, Harvard sailing finished in first place at the Hatch Brown Trophy (Athletic Communications).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – In its second weekend of competition, the Harvard sailing team captured two top-three finishes at the Hatch Brown Trophy and Central Series 2.

At the Hatch Brown Trophy hosted by MIT, the Crimson recorded a first-place finish with 49 points. Skipper Nick Sertl and crew Christine Gosioco posted a first-place finish in the A-Division while Dylan Farrell, Emily Wang and Lena Episalla earned a second-place finish in the C-Division. Nick DiGiovanni and Catherine Tang raced in the B-Division for Harvard.

Taylor Gavula and Tess Avery sailed in the A-Division for Harvard at the Central Series 2 hosted by Boston College, earning a second-place finish. The Crimson placed third overall with 95 points, narrowly missing the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in second place.

Sailing in the Nevins Trophy this weekend, the Crimson was unable to crack the top-ten. Eli Burnes and Kevin Coakley raced in the A-Division earning 161 points with Henry Burnes and Divya Arya finishing with 139 points in the B-Division. Andrew Puopolo competed in the C-Division, contributing to Harvard's overall 12th place finish for the weekend.

At the Stu Nelson Trophy, Harvard finished 14th overall with 158 points. Sailing for the Crimson in the A-Division, Taylor Ladd and Kirstin Anderson finished in eighth place with 69 points in a head-to-head tiebreaker with Penn and Brown.

Harvard Highlights

  • Harvard has accumulated three first-place finishes in its first two weekends of competition.

What's Next?
Harvard is set to compete in the Hood Trophy hosted by Tufts next weekend, Sept. 23-24. The Crimson will also travel to Roger Williams University to race in the NEISA Singlehanded Championships and the Amanda Trophy.

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