New London, CT - 9/25/16 – Erika Reineke '17 of the Boston College Eagles is the NEISA Women’s Sailor of the Week after winning the NEISA Women’s Singlehanded Championship hosted by Connecticut College out of Mitchell Beach. Reineke put forth an impressive performance, winning nine of the 13 races in a wide range of challenging conditions. This is the fourth time that Reineke has the won the NEISA Women’s Championship.
AROUND THE CONFERENCE
Congratulations to Alp Rodopman ’17 of Tufts, Nicholas Baird ’19 of Yale, Malcolm Lamphere ’18 of Yale, and Scott Rasmussen ’20 of Boston College on finishing 1st through 4th at the NEISA Men’s Singlehanded Championship and qualifying for the 2016 ICSA/Laser Performance Men’s Singlehanded National Championship. Congratulations to Erika Reineke ’17 of Boston College, Lindsey Baab ’18 of Brown, Dana Rohde ’18 of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, Isabella Loosbrock ’19 of Boston College, and Louisa Nordstrom ’20 of Yale on finishing 1st through 5th at the NEISA Women’s Singlehanded Championship and qualifying for the 2016 ICSA/Laser Performance Women’s Singlehanded National Championship. Both events will be held November 5-6 in Galveston Bay, TX.
Host Tufts University won the Hood Trophy on Mystic Lake while the Dartmouth Big Green won the St. Mary’s Interconference Trophy at the St. Mary's College of Maryland. Tufts also won the Chris Loder Trophy hosted by the University of New Hampshire at MIT and the Richard Ross Trophy at Courageous Sailing Center. Yale won the 1st annual Amanda Women's Trophy at Roger Williams and Connecticut College won the Salt Pond Invite at URI.
Photo courtesy of Rob Migliaccio