Date Event Results
9/23-24/17 Hood Trophy
9/23-24/17 St. Mary’s College of Md Interconference
9/16-17/17 Stu Nelson Women’s
9/16-17/17 Hatch Brown Interconference
9/16-17/17 Shields Trophy
9/9-10/17 Fall Fury
9/9-10/17 Harry Anderson Trophy
5/30-2/17 Gill College Sailing Coed National Championship
5/27-29/17 LaserPerformance College Sailing Team Race National Championship
5/23-26/17 Sperry College Sailing Women’s National Championship
2017-05-22 ICSA Annual Meeting
4/22-23/17 George E. Morris Trophy
4/22-23/17 Boston Dinghy Club Challenge Cup
4/22-23/17 Admiral’s Cup
Date Event NOR
9/30-1/17 Timme Angsten
9/30-1/17 Danmark Trophy
9/30-1/17 Susan Rogers ‘75 Memorial Regatta
9/30-1/17 Jesuit Open
10/7-8/17 David Lee Arnoff Trophy
10/7-8/17 Moody Trophy
10/7-8/17 Navy Women’s Fall Interconference
10/14-15/17 Stoney Burke Interconference
10/14-15/17 Robert Cary-Allen Price Memorial
10/14-15/17 Capt Hurst Bowl
10/14-15/17 Yale Women’s Interconference
10/14-15/17 Truxtun Umsted
10/14-15/17 Stoney Burke JV
10/21-22/17 Mrs. Hurst Women’s
10/21-22/17 Hoyt Trophy
10/21-22/17 Kathryn Hammond Coed Interconference

MAISA shows its strength; Women’s Sailing returns at the Interconference level

Hurricane Irma has devastated the tropical communities of Florida and the island offshore, especially the Virgin Islands, home to many past, present and future college sailors. The presence of such sailors does not simply exist as a large portion of our tight-knit college sailing community, but represents the strength of the organization. With Hurricane Maria looming, our island friends need our thoughts and support.

While the Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) regular season has kicked off, the Stu Nelson Interconference regatta is the first major women’s Interconference of the Fall Season. Sailed on the Thames River, the banks of Connecticut College, the venue can be extremely challenging anytime the breeze clicks away from straight up and down. Being the first big regatta of the women’s season, many of the great women in college were elsewhere. However, results from this event helps set the scene for what we can expect on the women’s sailing front this season in college sailing.

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2011 Nationals Site Goes Live

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May 01, 2011

It was another warm sunny day for the sailors at Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier at the U.S. Sailing Center in Long Beach, CA with temperatures in the high 70s. The close racing continued and challenged sailors as the day began with the Southern California Santa…


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