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2018-19 Harvard Sailing News

  • Episalla, Burnes Collect ICSA All-America Honors
    June 04, 2019
    Harvard sailing student-athletes Lena Episalla and Eli Burnes were named ICSA All-Americans for their efforts during the 2018-19 campaign. Episalla was part of the 19-member ICSA All-American Crew, with Burnes landing on the coed honorable mention skipper list.
  • Kaneti Named ICSA Honorable Mention Women’s All-American Skipper
    June 03, 2019
    Harvard sailing first-year Emma Kaneti was named a 2019 ICSA Honorable Mention Women’s All-American Skipper, following competition at the Sperry College Sailing Women’s National Championship in late May at Sail Newport Sailing Center in Newport, Rhode Island.
  • No. 10 Women’s Sailing Secures Second-Place Finish at ICSA National Championship
    May 24, 2019
    NEWPORT, R.I.—The No. 10 Harvard women’s sailing team capped off the season with a second-place finish at the 2019 ICSA Women’s National Championship, earning 199 total points. The second-place performance marks the program’s best finish since 2005, when the Crimson brought home the title.
  • No. 10 Women’s Sailing Advances to Sperry Women’s Finals
    May 23, 2019
    NEWPORT, R.I.—After finishing fourth overall in the Sperry Women’s Eastern Semifinal Round of the 2019 ICSA Women’s National Championship, the No. 10 Harvard women’s sailing team secured a spot in the Sperry Women’s Final for the second consecutive year.
  • No. 10 Women’s Sailing Readies for Opening Round of ICSA Women’s National Championship
    May 20, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—After qualifying for the second-consecutive season, the No. 10 Harvard women’s sailing team readies for the ICSA Women’s National Championship this week, May 21-24, at Sail Newport in Newport, R.I. The Crimson will open competition with the Sperry Women’s Eastern Semifinals, May 21-22, with the top nine teams from both the Eastern and Western semifinals advancing to the Sperry Women’s Finals, May 23-24. 
  • Four Sailors Tabbed to 2019 Coed All-NEISA Team
    April 30, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—Following a 10th-place finish at the 2019 New England Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (NEISA) Coed Championship last weekend, four members of the Harvard coed sailing team were named to the 2019 Coed All-NEISA team. Sophomores Henry Burnes and Eli Burnes were both tabbed as Second-Team All-NEISA Skipper selections, while seniors Lena Episalla and Catherine Tang picked up All-NEISA Crew First- and Second-team honors, respectively.
  • No. 13 Sailing Closes Out Season at NEISA Coed Championship
    April 29, 2019
    BOWDOIN, Maine—The No. 13 Harvard coed sailing team closed out its season at the 2019 NEISA Coed Championship hosted by Bowdoin last weekend, April 27-28. With a combined score of 255 points, the Crimson finished 10th in a highly competitive field.
  • No. 13 Coed Sailing Caps Season at NE Dinghy Championship
    April 26, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The No. 13 Harvard sailing team travels to Maine this weekend, April 27-28, closing out the regular season at the NE Dinghy Championship hosted by Bowdoin.
  • No. 13 Sailing Posts Second-Place Finish at Boston Dinghy Club Challenge Cup
    April 22, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—Spending time at three local races this weekend, the No. 13 Harvard sailing team clinched three top-10 finishes, including a second-place finish at the Boston Dinghy Club Challenge Cup. In addition, the women’s team punched its ticket to the ICSA Women’s Championship with a sixth-place finish at the NEISA Women’s Championship, while the coed team secured a seventh-place result at the Morris Trophy hosted by Boston University. 
  • Gavula, Kaneti Earn All-NEISA Honors
    April 22, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—Senior Taylor Gavula and first-year Emma Kaneti were named to the All-New England Intercollegiate Sailing Association(NEISA) Second Team for their performances at skipper this season, as announced by the conference on Sunday. In addition, Kaneti earned NEISA Rookie of the Year honors for her breakout performance on the Crimson’s top line. 
  • No. 13 Sailing Splits for Trio of Races
    April 19, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—In its penultimate weekend of regular-season competition, the Harvard sailing team readies for a trio of local regattas this weekend, April 20-21. The No. 13 coed team is set to split time between the Boston Dinghy Club Challenge Cup at home and the Morris Trophy hosted by Boston University. Meanwhile, the No. 5 women’s crew is set to close out its regular-season slate at the NE Women’s Championship hosted by MIT. 
  • No. 13 Coed Sailing Earns Second at Ivy Championships
    April 15, 2019
    NEW HAVEN, Conn.—Competing in four regattas across the Northeast this past weekend, the No. 13 Harvard coed sailing team earned an impressive third-place finish at the Owen, Mosbacher-Knapp Trophies. In addition, the coed team picked up a second-place finish at the Thompson Trophy as well as ninth-place finish at the Oberg Trophy, while the No. 5 Harvard women’s team took 11th at the Women’s National Team Race Invitational.
  • Sailing Set to Compete at Ivy League Championships
    April 12, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The Harvard sailing team readies for a packed weekend of competition this weekend, April 13-14, with the teams slated to split competition between five regattas. The coed team will take on the Thompson Trophy at Connecticut College, the Oberg Trophy hosted by MIT and Northeastern, and the Ivy League Championships hosted by Yale. In addition, the women’s crew will set its sights on the Women’s National Team Race Invitational hosted by Brown. To close out the weekend, the coed crew will return to the water on Sunday, April 14, for the Central Series 4 at Tufts.
  • Women’s Sailing Secures Third-Place Finish at Emily Wick Trophy
    April 08, 2019
    NEW LONDON, Conn.—The Harvard women’s sailing team saw another successful weekend out on the water, securing a third-place finish at the Emily Wick Trophy hosted by the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. Additionally, the coed crew competed at the NE Team Race Championship hosted by Connecticut College, where the team finished with a 10th-place result.   
  • Sailing Heads to Connecticut for a Pair of Races
    April 05, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The Harvard sailing team heads to Connecticut this weekend, April 6-7, to take on a pair of races. Harvard’s coed crew will compete for the NE Team Race Championship hosted by Connecticut College, while the women’s team will vie for the Emily Wick Trophy hosted by the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.
  • Sailing Captures First-Place Finish at Marchiando Trophy
    April 01, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The Harvard sailing team saw a successful weekend out on the water, with the coed team securing a first-place finish at the Marchiando Trophy hosted by MIT and an 11th-place effort at the BU Trophy. Additionally, the women’s team raced to an impressive third-place finish at the Dellenbaugh Trophy hosted by Brown.
  • Sailing to Compete at Four Races
    March 28, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The Harvard sailing team readies for a four-regatta schedule this weekend, March 30-31. The Crimson coed team will play host to the Central Series 3 Race in addition to splitting competition between the Marchiando Trophy Team Race hosted by MIT and the BU Trophy. The women’s team, meanwhile, will vie for the Dellenbaugh Trophy hosted by Brown.
  • Sailing Earns Third-Place Finish at Vietor Trophy
    March 25, 2019
    NEW LONDON, Conn.—The Harvard coed sailing team vied for a trio of trophies across the East Coast this weekend, March 23-24. The Crimson coed crew split competition between the Vietor Trophy hosted by the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, the Aaron Szambecki Team Race hosted by Old Dominion and the BU Team Race.
  • Sailing Readies for Packed Four-Regatta Slate
    March 22, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The Harvard sailing team readies for a heavy race schedule, competing in four regattas this weekend, March 23-24. The coed team is set to travel to the Szambecki Trophy Team Race hosted by Old Dominion, the Vietor Trophy Team Race hosted by the U.S. Coast Guard Academy and the BU Team Race. The women’s crew, meanwhile, prepares to compete on the Charles River in the Duplin Women’s Team Race. 
  • Women’s Sailing Cruises to Second-Place Finish at St. Mary’s
    March 18, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—Closing out its third consecutive three-race weekend, the Harvard sailing team secured a top-5 and a top-10 finish this weekend out on the water. The women’s crew placed second overall at the St. Mary’s Interconference and the coed team finished seventh at the Ike Geiger Team Race hosted by MIT. Narrowly missing the top-10 cut, the Crimson also earned 11th at the Graham Hall trophy hosted by the U.S. Naval Academy.
  • Sailing Sets Sights on Trio of Races
    March 13, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The Harvard sailing team heads into its third weekend of competition this weekend, March 16-17. The coed team sets its sights on the Graham Hall Team Race hosted by the U.S. Naval Academy and the Geiger Trophy hosted by MIT, while the women’s squad readies for the St. Mary’s Women’s Interconference Regatta.
  • Sailing Secures Top-5 Finish at Wood Trophy Team Race
    March 11, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The Harvard sailing team picked up a top-5 and top-10 finish this weekend on the water, placing fifth at the Wood Trophy Team Race and ninth at the Navy Women’s Regatta.
  • Sailing Prepares for Three-Race Weekend
    March 08, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The Harvard sailing team returns to the water this weekend, March 9-10, for a trio of races across the Northeast. The coed team will split competition between the Wood Trophy Team Race hosted by Harvard and the MIT Invitational Team Race, while the women’s team will travel to Annapolis, M.d. for the Navy Women’s Regatta.
  • Sailing Posts Top-5 Finish in Opening Weekend
    March 04, 2019
    MT. PLEASANT, S.C.—The Harvard sailing team opened the spring with a pair of races this weekend, splitting competition between the Bavier Team Race hosted by College of Charleston and the Sharpe Trophy Team Race hosted by Brown. The Crimson finished the weekend with a fourth-place finish in Mt. Pleasant and an eight-place finish in Providence, Rhode Island.
  • Sailing Opens Spring Schedule with Trio of Races
    February 28, 2019
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The Harvard sailing team opens its spring slate with a trio of regattas this weekend, March 2-3. The women’s team is set to compete at Women’s Team Race Regatta, while the coed squads will split competition between the Bavier Team Race hosted by College of Charleston and the Sharpe Trophy Team Race hosted by Brown.
  • Coed and Women’s Sailing Ranked Eighth, 11th in Sailing World’s College Rankings
    November 20, 2018
    The Harvard coed and women’s sailing teams closed out the fall season ranked eighth and 11th respectively in the Sailing World’s Fall 2018 College Rankings, as announced on Nov. 20. 
  • Marshall Clinches ICSA Singlehanded National Champion Title
    November 05, 2018
    In his first career ICSA Singlehanded National Championship appearance, first-year Henry Marshall sailed to a commanding first-place finish. This is Marshall’s first collegiate national championship title, and the first time in 15 years that Harvard won the Glen S. Foster Trophy.
  • Marshall Set to Compete at ICSA Singlehanded National Championships
    November 02, 2018
    After earning a first-place finish at the New England Men’s Singlehanded Championships in September, first year Henry Marshall is set to sail at the ICSA Singlehanded National Championship hosted by Hope College (Mich.) this weekend, Nov. 3-4.
  • Sailing Closes Out Fall Slate with Three Top-10 Finishes
    October 29, 2018
    The Harvard sailing team earned three top-10 finishes this weekend to close out the fall slate, including a third-place finish at the 78th Professor Schell Trophy hosted by Dartmouth. In addition to their top-three finish, the team earned sixth at the Nickerson Trophy hosted by Tufts and seventh at the Victorian Urn Trophy hosted by Bowdoin.
  • Sailing Prepares for Last Trio of Fall Regattas
    October 26, 2018
    The Harvard sailing team prepares to take on its final trio of regattas for the fall season this weekend, Oct. 27-28. On the slate for the Crimson are the Victorian Urn Trophy hosted by Bowdoin, the 78th Annual Professor Erwin Schell Trophy hosted by Dartmouth, and the Nickerson Trophy hosted by Tufts.
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