Sailing Finds Success During Fall Season
Oct. 28, 2013
Chestnut Hill, Mass. -
SHERMAN HOYT TROPHY
The sailing team placed eighth at the Sherman Hoyt Trophy Regatta this past weekend hosted by Brown University. The Eagles posted 213 points, while the Yale Bulldogs won the event with 103 points.
In the A Division, Domenic Bove, Doyle Calhoun and Katja Sertl placed 11th. Bove raced in all 12 races, while Calhoun worked on the first four races and the final four. Sertl was on the boat for races five through eight.
The B Division boat placed fifth with 98 points. Maxwell Simmons competed in all 12 races, while Shelby Hamilton competed in the first two and the final five races. Marcos Darcy raced in the third to sixth race of the day.
In the 75th Annual Oberg Trophy, Boston College placed 10th with 457 total points. The event was hosted by Northeastern in an in-conference regatta with three divisions. The US Coast Guard won the event with 351 points, while BU placed second with 353 points.
BC's A Division boat was manned by Harry Koeppel and Katherine Downey. The tandem placed ninth with 152 points. Rogers Williams won the A Division with 86 points.
In the B Division, BC placed 12th with 175 points, while BU won the division with 94 points. Ryan Schmitz and Isabelle Salvaterra raced for the Eagles in the B Division. Henry Dumke and Alex Palfrey, both freshmen, placed seventh in the C Division with 130 points. US Coast Guard won the division with a regatta low 65 points.
STU NELSON INTER SECTIONAL
In the Stu Nelson Intersectional Regatta hosted by Connecticut College over the weekend, Boston College placed seventh with 180 points. Yale won the event with 133 points, while Brown was second with 137 points.
The A Division team of Carolyn Naughton, Allison Ferraris and Emily Schalka placed in 15th place with 114 points, while the US Naval Academy won the division with 67 points. In the B Division, Allyson Donahue and Elizabeth Barnard placed fifth with 66 points.
In the Central Series 6 in-conference regatta hosted by Boston College this past weekend, The Eagles placed fourth with 90 points. Tufts won the event with 40 points, while the Jumbos second boat placed second with 61 points.Brown was fourth with 86 points.
Freshmen Jacob Martz and Hannah Lynn placed sixth in the A Division with 48 points. In the B Division, junior Christopher Dwyer and freshman Madeleine Loosbrock placed fourth with 42 points.