Three Crimson Sailors Earn All-NEISA Accolades

Three Crimson Sailors Earn All-NEISA Accolades

Bradt earned his second-career conference honor, while Karnovsky and Mollerus took home their first (Athletic Communications).

NEWPORT, R.I. – Juniors Jacob Bradt, Sydney Karnovsky and Andrew Mollerus have been named to the All-NEISA second team, as announced by the organization.

Bradt and Karnovsky earned the distinction as crews, while Mollerus was the lone Harvard skipper recognized. Their sixth-place performance at the New England Dinghy Championship helped Harvard qualify for the ICSA National Dinghy Championship in Newport, Rhode Island, June 1-4.

Bradt earned second team All-NEISA crew honors for the second-straight season. Sailing in the A-division at the Salve Regina-hosted event, Bradt pushed Harvard to seven top-10's and one win, as well as one win and two top-five's in the B-division. Bradt sailed in eight regattas this spring, helping Harvard to six top-five results.

Karnovsky was awarded her first All-NEISA honor after assisting in Harvard's second-place finish in the B-division. In 13 races, she guided the Crimson to 12 top-eight finishes, including one victory. The junior was also named co-COOP Athlete of the Week for her performance along with Mollerus. A co-captain, Karnovsky has played a role in six top-five finishes this spring.

Mollerus was the only Crimson skipper to earn all-NEISA honors, and captained the B-boat to a second-place result at the national championship qualifier. At the regatta, the co-captain finished with two wins and 14 top-eight marks in 15 races. Like his teammates, Mollerus has helped steer Harvard to six top-five finishes in eight contests this spring, with the Crimson finishing no lower than seventh in those events.

Harvard will compete in the ICSA National Dinghy Championship in Newport, Rhode Island June 1-4, co-hosted by Brown and Salve Regina.