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This weekend, four Harvard sailors traveled to College of Charleston for the ICSA Match Race Championship, where they took home seventh of 10 teams. This regatta closed off the Crimson’s fall season.
Facing difficult conditions, the Harvard sailing team raced to mixed results this weekend in its second-to-last regatta of the fall.
The Harvard sailing team competed in three different regattas this weekend, highlighted by a second place finish at the ICSA Men’s Singlehanded National Championship from Crimson junior Juan Carlos Perdomo.
Heading out into the icy tundra that the Charles River Basin can be during the month of November is no easy task for even the most experienced cold weather New England sailors
On a busy weekend for Harvard sailing, six different boats competed across three different regattas on the Charles River. The three regattas delivered contrasting results for the Crimson, highlighted by a third-place finish at MIT.
While the Harvard sailing team muddled through less than ideal sailing conditions throughout New England in a weekend of middling results, the team’s freshman sailors finished strongly in their Central Series 6 event.
With their victory on Sunday, sophomore Nick Sertl, senior Jacob Bradt, and sophomore Taylor Ladd became the first Harvard team to win the Larry White Trophy since 2002.
For the second weekend of the fall season, the Harvard sailing team sent contingents to three separate regattas, coming out with a fifth, a ninth, and a 10th place finish.
The Harvard sailing team made waves in the opening weekend to its fall season, placing in the top four in four of its five regattas.
This weekend, the Harvard sailing team took to rivers and oceans alike, competing in regattas both inside and outside of Massachusetts.
Harvard sent four teams on the water this weekend, competing at Yale, Connecticut College, Boston College, and Northeastern.
After weeks of preparing for the NEISA Team Race Championship, the Harvard sailing team finished the weekend with a fifth place finish, falling short of a bid to nationals by one race. In addition, contingents competing at the Mystic Lake Team Race and Emily Wick Trophy took fifth and 18th respectively.
Harvard sailing made waves at four different regattas, ending the weekend with three top-three finishes. The team sent contingents to the 34th Lynne Marchiando Regatta, the BU Trophy Race, Central Series 3, and the Dellenbaugh Women's Trophy.
This past weekend, Harvard sailing competed in two regattas, the Navy Women Spring Regatta and the St. Mary’s Team Race. The Crimson took home 18th at Navy and 7th at St. Mary’s.
This weekend, the Harvard sailing team took on yet another snowstorm, sending contingents to the Friis Trophy Team Race and the NEISA-MAISA Team Race. At the end of the weekend, the Crimson added a second and sixth place finish to its records.