Date Event Results
11/10-11/18 Fall Coed PCCs
11/10-11/18 Frosh/Soph
11/3-4/18 MCSA Fall Championship
11/3-4/18 North/North
11/2-4/18 LaserPerformance Singlehanded National Championship
10/27-28/18 Cedarfest
10/27-28/18 Women’s Fall PCCs
10/20-21/18 Boudeman Cup
10/20-21/18 Match Racing PCCs
10/20-21/18 Wisco Women’s
10/13-14/18 Davis Cup
10/13-14/18 Stoney Burke Intersectional
10/13-14/18 Emma Biagioni
10/13-14/18 MCSA Singlehanded Qualifiers
Date Event NOR
1/5-6/19 Rose Bowl Intersectional
2/9-10/19 Harris Kempner Memorial
2/9-10/19 Old South Regatta
2/16-17/19 Women’s Interconference
2/23-24/19 Nelson Roltsch
2/23-24/19 Phebe Corckran King Women’s Interconference
2/23-24/19 Jeremy McIntyre Memorial Team Race
2/23-24/19 Frank Mendelblatt Team Race
3/2-3/19 ODU Spring Women’s
3/2-3/19 Eckerd Interconference
3/2-3/19 Bob Bavier Team Race
3/9-10/19 Navy Women’s Spring Interconference
3/9-10/19 St. Mary’s Team Race Interconference
3/9-10/19 Spring Interconference

Fall 2018 Rankings No 3
Issued November 20, 2018

TOP 10 COED RANKINGS

# School Pts Prev. Rank
Yale 240 [12] 1
Hobart & William Smith 219 2
Georgetown 218 3
Bowdoin 186 4
Brown 181 5
Boston College 165 9
Charleston 160 7
Harvard 159 8
MIT 141 6
Stanford 135 11

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TOP 10 WOMEN RANKINGS

# School Pts Prev. Rank
Brown 240 1
Yale 226 2
MIT 192 3
Boston College 187 4
Cornell 187 5
Hobart & William Smith 181 6
Boston University 171 7
Dartmouth 157 8
Pennsylvania 142 9
Charleston 133 10

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NEISA Sailors of the Week, Weekend 4, Fall 2018

***De urdanibia panos and Bertolini are the NEISA Coed Sailors of the Week***

***Haig ’21 and Caso ‘19 are the NEISA Women’s Sailors of the Week***

Match Racing in MAISA and SAISA; Women qualify and Interconference sailing in Coed; NWICSA fills their singlehanded slots

William Smith College won the Women's Showcase Semifinals at St. Mary’s College of Maryland decisively over second place MIT, 56 to 82 points respectively. William Smith, the third place finisher at last year’s Gill Women’s National Championship, is led by A-Division skipper and senior, Bailey Carter. Ms. Carter, who walked away with the regatta, winning A-Division by 30 points after 9 races, finished with 17 points. Carter, sailing primarily with a freshman, Sarah Smith, bested Isabella Loosbrock of Boston College and Louisa Nordstrong of Yale which puts Carter at the top of the extremely premature watchlist for this year’s Quantum Women’s Sailor of the Year.

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