C of C Sailing Update. 2013 Team Race Championship.


With Women’s Nationals done, the next event on the agenda is the APS – Annapolis Performance Sailing Team Race Championship.

The College of Charleston Sailing Team is the defending champion of this title, having won the championship in 2012.

The Cougars have a very experienced team standing by in St. Pete, with sailors Mac Mace, Cory DeCollibus, Ben Spector, Ali Blumenthal, Juan Maegli, Seppie McAdams, Chris Banholzer, Jake Reynolds, Emily Stuart, Brooks Clark, Jeff Aschieris, and Sarah Somes all ready to go tomorrow.

Racing is set to get underway at 0945 tomorrow. Be sure to check back to this page throughout the day as we update you on the Cougars quest to win the Championship again in 2013.



Racing is underway at the 2013 Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) / APS – Annapolis Performance SailingTeam Race Championship.

The College of Charleston Sailing Team has started the day right with a 2-0 record!

There’s a lot of racing left for this afternoon, so head over to the event Livestream page where you get all the latest LIVE racing updates:


Check out this photo of the College of Charleston SailingTeam finishing with a 2,3,4 to beat Wisconsin at the APS – Annapolis Performance Sailing Team Race Championships.

The Cougars are now 6-1 on the day.

Beat WiscoPhoto thanks to Chris Love Productions– head over to the event Livestream for the constant updates:

The College of Charleston Sailing Team has finished day 1 at the APS – Annapolis Performance Sailing Team Race Championships with a 7-2 record, which puts them in 4th overall.

Another full day of racing is scheduled for tomorrow, as the Cougars look to improve on an already strong performance.




Day 2 of the APS – Annapolis Performance Sailing Team Race National Championship is upon us!

Racing is already underway, and being streamed LIVE over on the event Livestream page; with great commentary from Chris Love and College of Charleston Sailing Alumni Zeke Horowitz.

Check it out, and support your C of C Sailors:http://new.livestream.com/collegesailingnationals/2013team
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Photo: Cougar Headquarters at the 2013 Nationals.

The College of Charleston Sailing Team has made it through the preliminary round, and has advanced to the Championship round of the 2013 APS – Annapolis Performance Sailing Team Race Nationals!

The top 8 will begin the championship series shortly. Yale, Brown, Stanford, Roger Williams, St. Mary’s, Georgetown and Navy will all accompany C of C in the championship round.


Day 2 of racing just ended at the 2013 APS – Annapolis Performance Sailing Team Race Championship and the College of Charleston Sailing Team is in FOURTH overall.

The Cougars were able to clinch a spot in the Championship round, and came out with a 2-1 record throughout the first 3 races of the championship series.
The Cougars will sail 4 more races tomorrow morning, and if they are able to maintain a top 4 standing they will advance to the finals.


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scores: http://scores.collegesailing.org/s13/aps-team-race/full-scores/#_


The College of Charleston Sailing Team finished up the top 8 round with a 4-3 record, which put them in a three way tie with Brown and Georgetown for 3rd. Only the top 4 will advance.

We are still awaiting final word on what the official tie-breaking procedures are… And we very well may see a sail-off sometime soon to determine who gets the last 2 spots heading into the final four.

We will keep you updated!


Just in:

There will be a 3 way sail-off to determine which teams advance to the Final Four. All races will count, so the Cougars must win both of their 2 races in order to advance.

Sail-off round is set to begin shortly!

Tune in to the event Livestream and show your Cougars some support:

Unfortunately, the College of Charleston Sailing Team did not advance to the Final Four, and ended up finishing 5th overall at theAPS – Annapolis Performance Sailing Team Race Championships.

Congratulations to all of our sailors on their 5th out of 14 finish!

The Cougars will be back on the water tomorrow for the Gill Coed Championships- check back here for more updates throughout the day!