Sailing at Princeton Edges The Grant

The team finished 11th at the MAISA Spring Women’s Championships in Upstate, New York.

Chestertown, MD, Ithaca, NY – The Washington College Sailing Team competed in a pair of regattas this weekend. Team Grant hosted and finished second out of 14 teams, two points behind first-placed Princeton, and finished 11th out of 14 teams at the MAISA Spring Women’s Championship hosted by Cornell the Shore Sailors.

Grant
– Junior captain Stuart Gurnell And the junior crew Andrew Tran And second-year employees Megan Kallis He led the team to second place in Division A with 53 points, including two first-place results and four second-place finishes. Served as tran crew in races 1-4 and 7-14, and Kallis crew in races 5 and 6. Princeton A Division won by 48 points, while Washington finished second with 53 points. WC and Colombia had 53 points each, but Washington won the tiebreaker.
– Second year Alex Heim He led the team to third place in Division B with 59 points along with Junior John Kelly Serves as Crew 1-8, 13-14 and Junior Emma McTurk as Crew 9-12. Heim and Kelly won three races and finished second in one race, while Heim and MacTurk finished first. Christopher Newport B Division won by 51 points.
– Princeton won the regatta with 110 points, while WC is second with 112 points. Christopher Newport is third with 129 points.

Notes
– It was windy both days. A shift with massive oscillations and winds from 5-15 knots was brought westward on Sunday.

MAISA Spring Women’s Championship
– Second Division Captain, in Division A. Kennedy Jones And second-year employees Laurel Krause He finished 11th with 149 points. The Pen A Division won by 46 points.
– B Division Tandem was the newcomer Hartley Meyer As captain and junior Chalice Hunt As a crew, they finished 11th with 157 points. Cornell B Division captured with 40 points.
– Hosts Cornell Race with 88 points, 10 points ahead of Penny with 98 points.

Notes
– The race was suspended for 90 minutes on Saturday due to southern currents. On Sunday, the winds in Lake Kayuga were primarily from the northwest.

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