NP2, Nevins Trophy, Hatch Brown, Mrs. Hurst.

9-19-14

20 Cougar Sailors will hit the road this weekend as we open up our Fall travel schedule, competing at events along the east coast, in what will be one of our busiest weekends of the season.

At the SAISA North Points #2 in Clemson, SC the Cougars will sail a freshman team consisting of Paul Vermazen & Clare Dahl in A division with Eliot Caple & Islay Petrie in B division.

CofC_sailing_THUMBS-35751.jpgKings Point, NY will see the Cougars competing in the 3-division Nevin’s Trophy where Ryan Davidson, Emmy Stuart, & Chase Shaw will sail A division, while Dodge Rees & Tierney Driscoll take B division, with Reed Baldridge sailing Lasers in C division. This event features 20 of the top collegiate teams in the nation, and the C of C squad is looking to put on a strong performance.

Boston, MA will play host to the 3-division, 18 team, Hatch Brown event (hosted by MIT). Jake Reynolds & Ali Blumenthal will sail A division with Nick Johnstone and Seppie McAdams in B division while Alex and Morgan Buckley take C division.

Our Lady Cougars will be representing in New Hampshire at the Mrs. Hurst Regatta (hosted by Dartmouth). Clerc Cooper and Chloe Dapp will compete in A division with Beka Schiff and Michaela Reynolds in B division, where 18 of the top women’s teams in the nation will face off in this 2 day event.

For live scoring at all events, visit http://scores.collegesailing.org/

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9-20-14

With day 1 of our first travel weekend complete, the College of CharlestonSailing Team is showing its talent with a solid WIN at NP2, and comfortable top 3 standings at the other events. Here are your CofC Sailing #RegattaUpdates:

The Cougars have won North Points #2 (hosted by Clemson). Our freshman squad dominated through the 5 race series, sailing consistently and ending up 14pts ahead of the second place team.

At the Nevins Trophy (Kings Point, NY), the Cougars are holding onto 3rd overall after day 1 of competition, and having completed the first 10 races of the series. The CofC sailors are competing against 19 of the top teams in the nation.

The Cougars are in 2nd overall at the Hatch Brown event, hosted by MIT. After 10 races, the Cougars have just 185pts across the 3 divisions, and will be looking to climb the scoresheet into the top position tomorrow.

The Lady Cougars are off to a great start at the Mrs. Hurst Bowl (hosted by Dartmouth), currently in 3rd overall and looking forward to get back on the water tomorrow with hopes of moving into the top spot. Our ladies are just 7pts out of first overall.

For full scores, be sure to check:
http://scores.collegesailing.org/

9-21-14

The CofC Sailing Team showed their talents this weekend, placing top 5 at all four events sailed in what was the busiest (and first) travel weekend of the Fall ’14 season!

After winning NP2 yesterday in Clemson, the Cougars finished up the Hatch Brown Trophy (hosted by MIT) with a strong 2nd place performance. The Charleston sailors proudly took 3rd overall at the Nevins Trophy (hosted by Kings Point), and the Ladies finished up the Mrs. Hurst Bowl at Dartmouth with a solid 5th overall.

All scores:http://scores.collegesailing.org/