Bulldogs Named Best Overall Collegiate Team a Second TimeFollowing the three national championships that took place on 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.
Bulldogs Receive All-New-England HonorsIn addition to winning the Women’s New England Championship this past weekend, four members of the No. 1 Yale women’s sailing received individual honors for their performances throughout the season. Yale was the only team to win four “All-NEISA First Team” awards which recognized sailors for being the best in the district.
No. 1 Bulldogs to Race for a Spot at NationalsThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team will race for a ticket to the nationals this weekend at the Women’s New England Championship. The top two teams at the regatta will earn automatic berths to the ICSA Women’s National Championship. Meanwhile, the remainder of the top seven will move on to compete in a semifinal championship where they will have to finish in the top nine to move on to nationals.
Young Bulldogs Finish SeventhThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team sent a young team to the President’s Trophy this weekend where it finished seventh overall. Eleven teams competed in the event which was hosted by Boston University on the Charles River.
No. 1 Bulldogs To Race for President's TrophyThe No. 1 Yale women’s team will is headed to Boston, Mass., this weekend to race for the President’s Trophy at Boston University. This will be the team’s last regatta before the Women’s New England Championship which takes place next weekend and is the first step in qualifying for the nationals.
No. 1 Bulldogs Win Wick TrophyAfter finishing second last weekend, the No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team made a point of returning to the top of the standings this weekend. The Bulldogs won the Emily Wick Trophy which was raced on the Thames River in New London, Conn.
No. 1 Bulldogs to Face Competitive Fleet at Wick TrophyThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team will race at the Emily Wick Trophy hosted by the US Coast Guard Academy in New London, Conn., this weekend. Racing will take place on the Thames River in both FJs and 420s. All but four of the top 15 teams in the nation will be in attendance.
No. 1 Bulldogs Race in New England This WeekendThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team will travel to Providence, R.I., this weekend for the Dellenbaugh Trophy hosted by Brown University. The team is undefeated so far this season and is looking to keep that winning streak alive.
No. 1 Bulldogs to Finish Up Spring Break in CharlestonThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team will attempt to keep its winning streak alive at the Charleston Women’s Inter-conference Regatta this weekend. The Bulldogs are coming off back-to-back victories at the past two regattas. After this weekend they will return to New Haven from spring break and commence their daily practice routine out of the McNay Family Sailing Center.
No. 1 Bulldogs Go 2-for-2 to Start the SeasonThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team dominated the St. Mary’s Women’s Inter-conference Regatta this past weekend, winning by 56 points. This victory follows a long week of training that the team did down in St. Petersburg, Fla., last week.
No. 1 Bulldogs Ready to Race After Spring TrainingAfter a productive week of training in St. Petersburg, Fla., the No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team will travel back to Maryland for the St. Mary’s Women’s Interconference Regatta this weekend. The team is coming off of a big win at the Navy Women’s regatta last weekend which boosted it to the top of the national rankings.
No. 3 Bulldogs Ready to Come Out of HibernationThe Yale women’s sailing team, ranked No. 3 in the preseason coaches’ poll, will kick off the spring season this weekend at the Navy Women’s Interconference Regatta. After finishing their midterm exams, the Bulldogs will hop in a car to travel to Annapolis, Md., on Friday afternoon. They have yet to get on the water in 2014 due to this harsh winter, but are excited to start racing nonetheless.
Bulldogs Finish Season SixthThe Yale women’s sailing team’s fall season came to an anticlimactic close this weekend. After holding the No. 1 national ranking for most of the season, the Bulldogs finished sixth at the Women’s Atlantic Coast Championship hosted by Cornell.
No. 2 Bulldogs Prepare for Season FinaleThe No. 2 Yale women’s sailing team will travel to Cornell in Ithaca, N.Y., this weekend for the Atlantic Coast Championships. This will be the Bulldogs’ final regatta before they enter their three-month winter offseason.
Kosir Battles Strong Winds at NationalsThe ICSA Women's Singlehanded Nationals concluded on Sunday after 18 races in strong winds. Junior Urska Kosir, representing the No. 1 Yale women's sailing team, finished 15th at the event. More information coming soon...
Kosir Ready for NationalsThis weekend, junior Urska Kosir will represent the No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team on the national stage. She will compete at the ICSA Women’s Singlehanded National Championship in Newport, R.I., which she qualified for by finishing third at the New England Singlehanded Championship one month ago.
No. 1 Bulldogs Qualify for ACCsThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team overcame challenging conditions on the Charles River this weekend to finish fourth at the Victorian Coffee Urn. This result qualifies the Bulldogs for the Atlantic Coast Championships which will be hosted by Cornell in Ithaca, N.Y., on Nov. 16 and 17.
ACCs Qualifier This WeekendThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team has been the team to beat all season. It finished third at its first regatta back in early September and hasn't been defeated since. However, everything has been a warm-up until now. This weekend the Bulldogs will race to keep their nearly perfect season alive. They are headed to Cambridge to race for the Victorian Coffee Urn and one of eight New England berths to the Women’s Atlantic Coast Championship.
No. 1 Bulldogs Come Through in the ClutchThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team pulled off a come-from-behind victory at the Stu Nelson Trophy this weekend. Yale’s B division boat won the last two races of the regatta to keep the team’s winning streak alive.
No. 1 Bulldogs Prepare for Heavy AirThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team will remain in-state this weekend to compete at the Stu Nelson Trophy hosted by Connecticut College. This will be the Bulldogs’ last tune-up event prior to the Victorian Coffee Urn, which will take place next weekend. The Victorian Urn serves as the qualifying event for the Women’s Atlantic Coast Championship.
No. 1 Bulldogs Win On Home WatersThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team stretched its winning streak to four regattas this past weekend by winning the Yale Women’s Intersectional. Eighteen schools competed in the event and 12 races were completed in each division over the course of the weekend.
No. 1 Bulldogs Host Intersectional This WeekendAfter five weeks, the No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team is officially halfway through its fall season. It will begin the second half with a regatta at home. The Bulldogs are set to host 17 other schools for the annual Yale Women’s Intersectional this weekend.
No. 1 Bulldogs Win Biggest Regatta of the FallThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team continued its winning streak this past weekend with a victory at the Women’s Navy Fall Regatta, hosted by the US Naval Academy. After 18 races, the Bulldogs finished 72 points ahead of second place.
Despite Shutdown, Bulldogs to Race at NavyThe No. 1 Yale women’s sailing team will send five sailors to the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., this weekend for the Navy Fall Women's Regatta. The event will take place in spite of the government shutdown which has caused the academy to cancel or postpone many other activities, including 20 percent of classes.
Kosir Qualifies for NationalsOver the weekend, junior Urska Kosir of the No. 1 Yale women's sailing team finished third at the Women's New England Singlehanded Championship. This result earned her a berth to the ICSA Women's Singlehanded Nationals which will take place in Newport, R.I., in November.
Kosir to Race for Spot at Nationals– Just two points separated junior Urska Kosir from qualifying for the ICSA Women’s Singlehanded National Championship last year. Every year, the top five finishers at the New England Women’s Singlehanded Championship earn berths to the nationals and she was sixth. The year before that, she was seventh. However, she has not given up and this weekend she will try again.
No. 3 Bulldogs On Top AgainThe No. 3 Yale women’s sailing team claimed its second regatta victory of the season at the Regis Bowl this weekend. After 10 races on the Charles River, the Bulldogs finished 45 points ahead of the Boston University Terriers, their closest competition in the fleet of 16 teams.
No. 3 Bulldogs Headed North AgainComing off a big win last weekend, the No. 3 Yale women’s sailing team looks to have a repeat performance at the Women’s Regis Bowl this weekend. The Regis Bowl is hosted by Boston University on the Charles River every fall. Last year the Bulldogs sailed to a third-place finish.
No. 3 Bulldogs Excel in New BoatsThe No. 3 Yale women’s sailing team took a commanding lead at the Mrs. Hurst Bowl on Saturday and never looked back. After 16 races, the Bulldogs finished 24 points ahead of the second-place Dartmouth Big Green who hosted the event.
No. 3 Bulldogs Head to HanoverComing off of a third-place finish last weekend, the No. 3 Yale women’s sailing team will head to Hanover, N.H., this weekend for the Mrs. Hurst Bowl. Last year, the Bulldogs won this regatta by 58 points, so they will be looking to defend that victory. The regatta, hosted by Dartmouth, will be sailed in FJ’s on Lake Mascoma.
No. 3 Bulldogs Take ThirdOn its first weekend of racing since the spring, the No. 3 Yale women’s sailing finished third place out of 17 teams. This marks the fourth year in a row that the Bulldogs have finished in the top three at the Toni Deutsch Regatta. The regatta was hosted by MIT and sailed in FJs on the Charles River.
No. 3 Bulldogs Back In ActionThe Yale women’s sailing team will return to competition this weekend after a three-month hiatus. After a sixth-place finish at the nationals in May, the Bulldogs now stand third in the preseason rankings. All but two sailors from last year’s team are returning and a promising class of freshmen is joining them.