The Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) has released the names of 170 student-athletes who have been named to the 2015 All-Academic Sailing Team, including all 11 of Harvard’s juniors and seniors from this past year.
The Phi Beta Kappa honor society completed its final inductions just before graduation last week, inducting six Harvard student-athletes as Final Seniors. The six new inductees join the Alpha Chapter of Massachusetts, along with the two Senior 48 and two Junior 24 selections to give the Class of 2015 a total of 10 student-athletes inducted into the prestigious organization.
The Harvard coed sailing team completed competition at the 2015 Intercollegiate Sailing Association's (ICSA) Gill Coed National Dinghy Championship on Thursday, finishing the event in 15th place overall.
The Harvard coed sailing team will compete for the Henry A. Morss Memorial Trophy next week at the Intercollegiate Sailing Association’s (ICSA) Gill National Dinghy Championship in Newport, R.I. The championship event will be held from Monday, June 1 through Thursday, June 4.
Harvard coed sailing comfortably qualified for the ICSA National Dinghy Championship with a sixth-place finish at the New England Dinghy Championship. The Crimson finished 33 points ahead of the cutoff pace.
Traveling South for its final regatta of the regular season, Harvard coed sailing treks to Salve Regina to compete in the New England Dinghy Championship. The Crimson can qualify for the ICSA National Dinghy Championship June 1-4 with a top-eight finish.
Scattering to multiple regattas for the final time in 2015, Harvard coed sailing took fourth place at the Admiral’s Cup. The coed squad also finished sixth at the Boston Dinghy Cup Challenge and eighth at the Morris Trophy, while the women’s squad turned in a 12th-place result at the NEISA Women’s Championship.
In its final weekend with multiple regattas, Harvard sailing will split up for four events scattered around the Northeast. The women’s squad will race for a chance to compete in the ICSA National Team Race Championship at the NEISA Team Race Championship, while the coed squad will race at the Boston Dinghy Cup Challenge (co-hosted by Harvard and MIT), Admiral’s Cup (at USMMA) and Morris Trophy (at Boston University).
Harvard coed sailing competed in four regattas around the Northeast, finishing no lower than seventh with three top-four results. The Crimson had its best outing at the Owen/Mosbacher/Knapp Trophy, coming in second, while also finishing third at the Oberg Trophy and fourth at Savin Central Series Four.
With two full weekends remaining on the spring schedule, Harvard coed sailing will split up for four regattas around the Northeast. The Crimson will scatter to the Owen/Mosbacher/Knapp Trophy (at Yale), Thompson Trophy (at Coast Guard), Oberg Trophy (at MIT/Northeastern), and Savin Central Series Four (at Boston College).
Coming off its most successful weekend of the season, Harvard is set to host the NEISA Team Race Championship April 11-12 on the Charles River. The Crimson will also be represented at the Emily Wick Trophy and the Mystic Lake Team Race.
With no cancellations for the first time this season, Harvard coed and women’s sailing will send student-athletes to four regattas, including Central Series Three, which will be hosted by the Crimson. The coeds will also race at the Marchiando Team Race, hosted by MIT, and BU Trophy, while the women’s squad will sail at the Dellenbaugh Trophy at Brown.
As ice obstructs the schedule for the fourth-straight week, Harvard coed and women’s sailing will race at two regattas March28-29. Locally, the Crimson will compete at the NEISA-MAISA Team Race at Boston College, while the team will also sail at the Friis Trophy Team Race at Roger Williams.
With snow and ice altering the sailing schedule around Boston, Harvard coed sailing will only race at the Southern New England Team Race, hosted by Connecticut College, March 21-22. The previously scheduled Geiger Trophy Team Race at MIT has been cancelled.
In its second weekend of the spring season, Harvard coed sailing posted a seventh-place result at the St. Mary’s Team Race, while the women’s squad came in 18th at the Navy Women’s Interconference Regatta.
After an idle week due to the snow and ice on the Charles River, Harvard coed sailing will compete in the St. Mary’s Team Race while the women’s team will race at the Navy Women’s Interconference Regatta on March 14-15.