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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.
Racing at the J. Stewart Walker Sailing Complex, the two Crimson boats competing in the regatta combined for 157 points. Harvard finished fourth of 14 teams, behind No. 3 Georgetown, No. 13 Vermont, and No. 1 Yale.
Competing on the Thames River this past weekend, Harvard finished with an 11th place result.
The Crimson competed in three regattas over both days and finished in the top two spots for two of the three events.
The Harvard sailing team competed in three regattas this weekend, including the Schell Trophy, where the squad qualified for the Fall 2014 Atlantic Coast Championship.
With its fall action nearing completion, the Harvard’s coed sailing team split up across New England and finished within the top-10 spots in two of the three regattas.
The men and women of the Harvard sailing team had a full weekend of racing that included top place finishes in the Norman Reid Regatta and Firefly/FJ Invitational and an unexpected disqualification in the Lane Trophy.
18 teams came out for this two-day inter-conference regatta hosted by the University of Rhode Island.
Despite top-10 finishes in the Hood and President Trophies, the Crimson was unable to qualify for nationals in the NEISA Men's Singlehanded Championship.
The Harvard coed sailing team finished in second place at the Nevins Trophy Regatta, topping off a weekend that resulted in four top-10 overall team finishes for the Crimson sailors.
After qualifying to the ICSA College Sailing National Championships last year, the sailing team had a disappointing finish. This year's squad will look to improve upon last year with a berth to the Atlantic Coast Championship