Posts from March 2019

The charges brought forth Tuesday are troubling for all of us in College Sailing. Currently available public information indicates that no other Stanford coaches, Stanford athletes, or any other College Sailing programs, were involved.

The Intercollegiate Sailing Association strives to provide fair, affordable, competitive opportunities for undergraduates in a non-scholarship, coeducational, and student-centered environment. College Sailing characterizes the values that most universities hope to provide for all their student-athletes, whether varsity, club or recreational.

The ICSA Executive Committee has removed John Vandemoer from all Standing, and ad hoc Committee positions within the Intercollegiate Sailing Association. At this time, no further action will be taken.  

The 2019 Spring Sailing Season is slowly heating up, both figuratively and literally. Light air in MAISA limited racing at the Navy Spring Women’s, the John Jackson and the St. Mary’s Team Race- the three premiere regattas last weekend. 

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Garcia Bringas, Carrasco, Toppa, Carrington, and the College of Charleston Offshore Squad Claim Sailors of the Week Honors

University of Miami Sailors Leah Harper and Katie DeLisser; College of Charleston Sailors Marian Williams and Elizabeth Mignon

NEISA Sailors of the Week

***Baird, Lingos-Utley, Hernandez, Webb, Harvey, and Loiacono are the NEISA Coed Sailors of the Week***

***Belda and Hutchinson are the NEISA Women’s Sailors of the Week***

The ICSA team race season is officially upon us. The Bob Bavier Team Race, sailed in Charleston, South Carolina, featured the now two-time defending Laser Performance College Team Race Champions, College of Charleston. However, the Cougars weren’t the headliners of their home event. It was Stanford and Yale that stole the show.

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