Camels Sail in Silver Fleet at Southern NE Team Race Intersectional
NEW LONDON, Conn.--The Connecticut College coed sailing team co-hosted the 13th Southern New England Team Race Intersectional with the Coast Guard on the Thames River this weekend.
It was a successful weekend for the Camels, who sailed in the Silver Fleet, finishing fifth with a 5-9 record. Georgetown University won the regatta with an 11-3 mark in the Gold Fleet. The Roger Williams Hawks won a tie-breaker with Yale to place second at 9-5.
Connecticut College sophomore Ben Bainbridge (West Hartford, Conn.), Matt Sterett (Corpus Christi, Tex.), Peter Miller (Page, Bermuda), Wells Bacon (Mount Desert Island, Maine), Mike Marshall (Jamestown, R.I.), Katrina Salk (Jamestown, R.I.), Katie St. George (Marblehead, Mass.), Marina Gluckman (New York, N.Y.), Elizabeth Wilsterman (Winchester, Mass.), Christy Clothier (Newtown Square, Pa.) and Katie Andril (Arlington, Va.) all contributed to the weekend´s sailing for the Camels.
The eighth ranked Connecticut College women´s team competed in the Brad Dellenbaugh Trophy Regatta at the Brown University Yacht Club in Cranston, R.I. this weekend. The Camels placed 10th in the 18 team field with a score of 288 points.
Boston College won the regatta with a score of 149 points. Brown University placed second with a score of 154 points. St. Mary´s University of Maryland scored 168 points in a third place showing.
Junior skipper Maggie Shea (Wilmette, Ill.) and senior Kelly Arabia (Braintree, Mass.) finished 10th with a score of 135 points in the A Division. In the B Division, Atlantic Brugman (Barcelona, Spaine), Bitsy Whipple (Plandome, N.Y.), Claire Sacco (Glenmont, N.Y.) and Katrina Salk (Jamestown, R.I.) teamed up to score 153 points, placing 13th for Connecticut College.
April 5, 2010