ICSA News



After a battle with pneumonia and lung cancer, Stuie Nelson passed away quietly with his wife Judy at his side on Sunday evening in Laconia, NH. Not only a pioneer for women's sailing as a founder and the first coach of women's sailing for New England colleges and the country, Stuie was always friendly and affable in his 38 years of coaching, teaching PE and Rec Sailing at the MIT Sailing Pavilion. His spirit continues to this day as every messed up bowline knot is fondly referred to as a 'running half tangle'. With an amazing memory for birth dates and all details that others would lose in a nano-second, Stuie was truly a bionic athlete with an amazing gift of gab, too. Windsurfing, iceboating, skiing, and any fun, fast challenge was a reason to try.

Congrats to Stanford's Luke Muller and Kieran Chung for qualifying for 2014 LaserPerformance College Sailing Men's Singlehanded Nationals.

Eight teams compete in 2014 Women's Pacific Coast Championship @ Stanford University

Stanford's Sally Mace and UC Santa Barbara's Simone Staff qualify for the 2014 LaserPerformance College Sailing Women's Singlehanded Nationals!

The UC Santa Barbara Sailing Team wins all divisions at the 2014 Stoney Burke Interconference hosted by UC Berkeley.

Ian Barrows '17, Graham Landy '15, and Marly Isler '16 are the NEISA Sailors of the Week; Erika Reineke '16 and Beth Barnard '15 are the NEISA Women's Sailors of the Week

Graham Landy '15, Charlotte Belling '16, and Katherine Gaumond '15 are the NEISA Coed Sailors of the Week; Erika Reineke is the NEISA Women's Sailor of the Week

Avery Fanning '16 is the NEISA Coed Sailor of the Week; Casey Klinger '18 and Isabelle Rossi De Leon '17 are the Women's Sailors of the Week

Yale's Ian Barrows, Graham Landy & Marly Isler are Coed Sailors of the Week; Boston College's Erika Reineke & Beth Barnard are Women's Sailors of the Week

Welcomes Sailors, Coaches and Teams to the 2014-2015 PCCSC Racing Year! This is the first in a series of emails to make sure you are all ready for our first events. There are many things to take care of so please read carefully.

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