Following the three national championships that took place from May 27-June 6, Yale was awarded the Leonard M. Fowle Trophy for the second year in a row. Nine Bulldogs were also named to the All-American team, more sailors than any other collegiate team this year.
After the week of national championships concluded yesterday, the ICSA announced the winner of the Everett B. Morris Trophy for the Marlow Ropes College Sailor of the Year. This year, the trophy was awarded to junior captain of the Yale coed sailing team Graham Landy.
Having already won the Team Race National Championship earlier this week, the Yale coed sailing team added the Fleet Race National Championship to its list of honors on Friday. Full details will be posted on yalebulldogs.com shortly.
The Yale coed sailing team is currently in first place at the Gill Coed Dinghy National Championship hosted by St. Mary’s. Nine races in A division and 10 races in B division were completed on this first day of racing. One more day remains.
Fresh off their victory at the APS Team Race National Championship, the No. 2 Yale coed sailing team will begin competing in the Western Semifinals in hopes of qualifying for the Gill Coed Dinghy Championships. St. Mary’s is hosting all the events.
The Yale coed sailing team won the APS Team Race National Championship today for the Walter C. Wood Trophy. After three long days of racing, the team finished with a dominant 22-3 record. This is the second year in a row that Yale has won this national championship.
After the second day of racing the Yale coed sailing team extended its first-place lead at the APS Team Race National Championship, moving onto the top eight. Only one more day of racing remains with six races left.
After a long post season of training, the No. 2 Yale coed sailing team will begin a week at St. Mary’s with the APS Team Racing National Championship. The championship will last three days before the Gill Coed Dinghy National Championship begins.
Junior captain Graham Landy has been leading the No. 2 Yale coed sailing team through a long post season in training for the upcoming Team Race National Championship and Coed Dinghy National Championship.
After the New England Dinghy Championships, the NEISA awards committee announced the first and second All-New England teams, along with other individual New England awards. Yale’s success during the fall and spring season showed, with six Bulldogs earning honors.
The No. 2 Yale coed sailing team will race in the New England Dinghy Championships this weekend at the McNay Family Sailing Center. This regatta is the district qualifier for the ICSA National Semifinals in June.
The No. 2 Yale coed sailing team finishes its regular season this weekend, sailing the Boston Dinghy Cup at MIT and the Greater New York Open at Fordham. These are the last regattas before the New England Dinghy Championship next weekend.
After team racing all spring, the Bulldogs return to fleet racing this weekend. The No. 2 Yale coed sailing team will compete at home for collegiate sailing’s equivalent to Ivy League championships at the Owen, Mosbacher and Knapp Trophies. The team will also sail the Thompson Trophy at Coast Guard. The three-division fleet race is the major intersectional in New England this weekend.
The No. 1 Yale coed sailing team placed second at the New England Team Race Championship this weekend at Connecticut College, earning a berth to the ICSA Team Racing National Championship this June. The Bulldogs also placed eighth at the Mystic Lake Team Race Invitational hosted by Tufts.
The No. 1 Yale coed sailing team will race the New England Team Racing Championship this weekend at Connecticut College, hoping to earn one of the four NEISA spots to the ICSA Team Racing National Championship. The underclassmen Bulldogs will also team race at the Mystic Lake Invitational hosted by Tufts.
The No. 1 Yale coed sailing team placed second at the Szambecki Team Race at Old Dominion, just losing the tiebreaker for first with St. Mary’s. The Bulldogs also placed eighth at the Friis Team Race at Harvard, and 13th at Southern Series #1 at Salve Regina.
The No. 2 Yale coed sailing team sailed all over the East Coast this weekend, placing sixth at the Eckerd Intersectional, and ninth at the Ice Breaker Regatta at Connecticut College. These events were the first fleet races for the Bulldogs this spring.
The No. 2 Yale coed sailing team will begin its spring break training trip with two competitions this week. One group will race in the Connecticut College Fleet Race, while another will go south for the Eckerd Intersectional. The remaining Bulldogs will begin practices at University of South Florida.
The No. 2 Yale coed sailing team began its spring season by winning the Bob Bavier Team Race at College of Charleston this weekend. The Bulldogs did not attend the practice event at Roger Williams due to weather concerns.