The Harvard sailing team competed in four regattas this past weekend (photo courtesy Gil Talbot).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard sailing team contested four regattas from April 13-14. The Crimson took 10th at the NEISA Dinghy Championship, fourth in the Savin Hill Invitational, seventh in the 70th Oberg Trophy and 15th at the Emily Wick Trophy.
Harvard amassed 288 points to take 10th place at the NEISA Dinghy Championships/68th Coast Guard Alumni Bowl hosted by Brown, Providence and Roger Williams. Sophomores Michael Drumm and Gram Slattery paired with junior Isabel Ruane in Division A. The trio posted 129 points in the fleet scoring format, placing seventh in its group. Second year Brian Drumm was joined by freshmen Andrew Mollerus, Sydney Karnovsky and Jacob Bradt in Division B, totaling 159 points for 12th place.
Brown claimed the regatta with 163 points, followed by Boston College (182), Tufts (194), Roger Williams (213) and Dartmouth (228) in the top five.
The Crimson placed fourth at the Central Series Savin Hill Trophy hosted by Boston College. The Division A boat tallied 11 top five finishes in 14 races to tally 66 points, while Harvard totaled 116 points in Division B during the round robin format.
Dartmouth won the conference regatta with 118 points, followed by Tufts (139), Boston College (142), Harvard (182) and Roger Williams (222).
Senior Jinyan Zang and sophomore Richard Bergsund led Harvard at the 70th Oberg Trophy. The crew produced nine top five finished in 12 races to net 56 points and take fourth place in Division B. Sophomores Ames Lyman and Jacquelyn Cooley netted 103 point in Division A. The Crimson ended the regatta in seventh place with 159 points.
Tufts won the trophy with 97 points. Boston College (100), Yale (124), Dartmouth (125) and Roger Williams (146) completed the top five.
At the Emily Wick Trophy, the Crimson totaled 320 points for 15th place. Sophomore Ashleigh Inglis and freshman Sophie Bermudez tallied 145 point in Division B. Junior Caitlin Watson, sophomore Emma Smith and freshman Kristina Jakobson summed 175 points in Division A, as Harvard placed 15th with 320 points.
Yale won the title with 133 points. Tufts (188), Charleston (197), Boston College (210) and Eckerd (218) filled in the top five.
Harvard competes in four regattas April 20-21. The coed teams travel to the 38th Admiral's Cup at King's Point, the 26th Thompson Trophy at Connecticut College/U.S. Coast Guard and the Tech Invitational at MIT. The women will compete for the 43rd Women's New England Championship/Reed Trophy at Tufts.