Sunday, June 8, 2003
Dartmouth Sixth at ICSA Team Sailing Championship
GROSSE POINTE FARMS, Mich. -- Dartmouth's sailors took sixth place at the ICSA (Intercollegiate Sailing Association) North American Team championship that concluded Saturday.
In the championship round, the Big Green posted a 3-4 record, defeating Georgetown, Hawaii and Southern California.
Harvard successfully defended its title with a 5-2 record.
The team racing event was the second of three ICSA spring championships. Next up is the ICSA/Gill North American Dinghy Championship that concludes Tuesday, June 10.
Dartmouth Fourth at ICSA North American Women's Sailing Championship
GROSSE POINTE, Mich. -- Led by senior Thalia Pascalides, the Dartmouth women's sailing team took fourth place at the ICSA (Intercollegiate Sailing Association) North American Championship that concluded Wednesday at Grosse Pointe Yacht Club.
Pascalides, who earned All-America honors, combined with sophomore Clementine James for 114 points, good for fourth place in A division. In B division, sophomore Lauren Padilla and junior Amo Loring were second with 81 points. Padilla was named honorable mention All-America.
Dartmouth had a combined 195 points, just one behind third-place Old Dominion in the 18-school field. Tufts was first with 159, followed by St. Mary's College with 173.
Earlier in the season, both Pascalides and Padilla were named All-New England skippers by the NEISA (New England Intercollegiate Sailing Association).
ISSA NATIONAL SAILING CHAMPIONSHIP COMES TO DARTMOUTH
HANOVER, N.H. -- Dartmouth's outstanding sailing facility on Lake Mascoma will host a prestigious national championship on May 9-11.
The Interscholastic Sailing Association chose Dartmouth to host the 2003 ISSA National Doublehanded Championship for the Mallory Trophy, which will be held on May 9-11 at the Allen Boathouse.
"Our region only hosts this event once every seven years," Dartmouth sailing coach Brian Doyle said. "It's a win-win situation and we're very excited about it because we have a good fleet of boats and it's a great chance to bring exposure to Dartmouth. We're really expecting a good crowd of people."
The doublehanded competition, two people on a boat, consists of 20 teams from regions all across the country. The squads have between four and eight sailors in grades 9-12 who have qualified to represent their particular district.
Registration begins on Friday, May 9 with the first start on Saturday, May 10 at 10 a.m. The event concludes on Sunday, May 11 with racing set to begin at 9:45 a.m.
DARTMOUTH WINS A-DIVISION AT NEW ENGLAND CHAMPIONSHIP; WINS METRO SERIES
BOSTON, Mass. --The Dartmouth sailing team of Scott Hogan and Amo Loring won the A-division at the New England Dinghy Championship hosted by Harvard and MIT on Sunday, while the Big Green also won the Metro Series by placing second in the event hosted by Boston University on Saturday.
While victorious in the A-division with 87 points, Dartmouth placed seventh in the B-division with 153 and seventh overall with 240, but did not earn an automatic bid to the ICSA Co-ed Dinghy National Championship. However, the Big Green remains in the running for a pair of at-large bids yet to be given out. Tufts won the event with 164 points.
At the Metro Series event, Greg Hammond, Christina Duncan, Todd Whitehead and Anna Weinberg finished second for Dartmouth, while Clementine James, Thalia Pascalides, Allison Swindell and Lauren Padilla won the eight-team Western Series for the Big Green.
Dartmouth Sailing Qualifies for ICSA Nationals
MEDFORD, Mass. -- By finishing third at the NEISA Team Racing Championship Sunday, Dartmouth sailing grabbed New England's third and final spot in the ICSA national championship.
The Big Green travels to Grosse Pointe, Mich. on June 5-7 to compete for the national team racing event hosted by the University of Michigan.
Representing Dartmouth were Scott Hogan, Amo Loring, Peter Fleming, Liz Hyon, Andrew Loe, Elisabeth Kreter, Karl Johnson, Todd Whitehead and Garrett Holmes. The team combined for an 11-6 record, behind Harvard and Tufts who were 15-2.
All three teams are currently ranked in the top 10 nationally.
On May 3-4, Dartmouth will defend its title at the New England Fleet Racing Championship, hosted by MIT and Harvard.
Sailing Qualifies for ICSA National Championship
HANOVER, N.H. -- The Dartmouth women's sailing team qualified for the ICSA Women's National Championship by finishing fifth place at the New England Women's Championships.
Thalia Pascalidies and Lauren Padilla were named to the short list of All-NEISA skippers and Clementine James and Allison Swindell were named to the short list of All-NEISA crews. They will advance to the ICSA National Women's Championships to be hosted by the University of Michigan at the Grosse Pointe Yacht Club on June 2-4, 2003.
The Big Green co-ed sailing squad also finished second of 18 teams at the Thompson Trophy event at the United States Coast Guard Academy.
Andrew Loe and Elisabeth Kreter won B-division with impressive finishes, while Scott Hogan and Liz Hyon finished third in A-division.
Dartmouth sealed up the Metro Series for the year by winning both A and B divisions, as Greg Hammond, Christina Duncan, Erik Johnson and Rachel Holmes were victorious.
Dartmouth Sailors Second at Metro Series
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- The Dartmouth sailors took second place at the Metro Series 3 Regatta hosted by Harvard last weekend.
Greg Hammond, Anna Weinberg, Emily East and Rachel Holmes combined for 28 points, just six behind first-place Connecticut. The Big Green has finished in the top three in all three Metro Series races this spring.
At the Friis Trophy, Dartmouth sailed 15 races and finished with a record of 9-6, good for fourth place. Tufts won the event with a 12-3 mark.
Sailing Finishes Second at Duplin Trophy
MEDFORD, Mass. --The Dartmouth College sailing team finished second at the Duplin Trophy at Tufts on Saturday.
Lauren Padilla and Allison Swindell placed second in the B-division in a field of 14 teams. Dartmouth defeated No. 1 Old Dominion who finished fourth.
In other action, Dartmouth finished seventh of 16 at the Boston Dinghy Club Cup hosted by Harvard and MIT. The Big Green was also second of 10 teams at the Metro Series and fifth of 18 teams at the Veitor Trophy.
Dartmouth is slated to compete in the Women's New England Championships at Brown on April 19th-20th. The top five New England Teams will qualify for the ICSA National Championships to be held at Michigan on June 2-4.
Dartmouth Sailors Third at Charleston Spring Race
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- The Dartmouth sailors finished third at the Charleston Spring Intersectional race that concluded Sunday.
In the field of 18 teams, Dartmouth earned 171 points, five ahead of Boston College in fourth. Stanford won, followed by Charleston.
In A division, junior John Diskant and freshman Christina
Duncan combined for a fifth place showing, as two other freshmen, Andrew
Loe and Debbie Sperling, were fifth in B division. Each pairing competed
in 14 separate races.
Thursday, February 13, 2003
Brian Doyle Wins Gold
AUCKLAND, New Zealand -- Dartmouth sailing coach Brian Doyle won a gold medal at the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Championship held January 31-February 7 at Waitemata Harbour.
Doyle was a skipper on Team USA 2 that won 36 of 43 races contested. Team USA 2 featured six sailors -- three skippers and three crew -- and represented Dartmouth well. Leigh Lucas Woodworth, a member of the Class of 1998 and a two-time All-America, was a crew member on Doyle's team.
Patrick Hogan, Dartmouth Class of 2000, was a skipper on Team USA 1 that finished sixth.
In the finals of the event, Team USA 2 won the gold with a 3-0 shutout of Great Britain 2.
Dartmouth Sailors Win Atlantic Coast Dinghy Championship
ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- The Dartmouth co-ed sailors won the Atlantic Coast Dinghy Championship in a 17-school regatta hosted by the U.S. Naval Academy on November 16-17.
The Big Green won the B division and was second in A for a total score of 134 points. Rhode Island was second with 166.
At the Atlantic Coast Freshman Championship hosted by Hobart/William Smith, Dartmouth was third of 12 schools. Tufts won with 109, followed by Georgetown with 121 and the Big Green at 122.
The Dartmouth women's sailing team was seventh of 16 entries
at the Women's Atlantic Coast Championship hosted by Connecticut College.
Dartmouth Sailors Win Nickerson Trophy
BUZZARDS BAY, Mass. -- Dartmouth's sailors won the New England Freshman Championship this weekend, defeating 16 other schools.
Andrew Loe, Debbie Sperling, Erik Johnson, Todd Whitehead and Clare O'Keefe represented the Big Green, claiming the Nickerson Trophy. With the victory, Dartmouth qualified for the Atlantic Coast Freshman Championship, on November 9-10 at Hobart/William Smith.
Dartmouth earned 138 points, five ahead of runner-up Connecticut College with 143.
In the Victorian Urn Trophy at Harvard, the Dartmouth women were third of 18 teams. Harvard and Brown were first and second, respectively. The Big Green currently is ranked first in New England.
Although the Dartmouth co-ed sailors were eighth out of 18 teams at the Schell Trophy in Boston, that still was enough to send the Big Green to the Atlantic Coast Tournament at Navy on November 16-17.
Dartmouth Women Sailors Second at Stu Nelson Trophy
NEW LONDON, Conn. -- With Thalia Pascalides and Clementine James winning A division, the Dartmouth women's sailing team was second at the Stu Nelson Trophy Intersectional hosted by Connecticut College.
Pascalides and James have won three out of four A division competitions this fall and the duo next competes at the Atlantic Coast Championship on November 14-15.
Old Dominion was first with 154 points, while the Big Green was next in 18-team field with 161. Yale was third with 180.
At Boston College, the Dartmouth co-ed sailors were third at the Oberg Trophy as Scott Linthicum and Christina Lyndon were second by only four points in A division.
In other regattas, Dartmouth won the Western Series at Amherst, was third at Southern Maine's Wellehan Trophy and third at the Freshman Series hosted by Tufts.
Dartmouth Sailing Wins Four Regattas
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- The Dartmouth sailors won four regattas, including the 20-team Yale Women's intersectional on Sunday.
The Big Green's Thalia Pascalides, Clementine James, Lauren Padilla and Elisabeth Kreter combined for 22 points in 10 races. Brown was second and Yale third.
With the win, Dartmouth qualified for the Women's Atlantic Coast Championship, scheduled November 15-16 at Connecticut College.
In other races, the Big Green won the 12-team Wood Trophy for the first time in 12 years. The competition was hosted by Harvard, and Dartmouth earned 90 points, ahead of Boston University with 119 and Harvard with 125.
At MIT, Dartmouth took the lead in the season-long Metro Series, winning both divisions and defeating 14 other schools. The Big Green extended its lead in the Western Series, by winning a regatta at Amherst. Four freshmen -- Todd Whitehead, Clare O'Keeffe, Paul Durkee and Andrea Laurman -- won both divisions of the six-team event.
At the Sloop New England Championship, Scott Hogan, Karl Johnson and Erik Johnson finished third, narrowly missing a trip to the nationals. Brown and Rhode Island were first and second in the race held at Newport, R.I.
Dartmouth Sailors Take Third Place in Two Regattas
ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- The Dartmouth women's sailing team finished third at the Navy Intersectional as sophomores Lauren Padilla and Elisabeth Kreter won B division.
The Big Green was seven points behind first-place St. Mary's and only five behind the runner-up, Old Dominion. The Monarchs currently are ranked first in the nation.
The Big Green's co-ed sailors tied Yale for third place at the Hap Moore Trophy, hosted by the Coast Guard Academy. Harvard was first, and Tufts second.
At the Hobart Intersectional, Dartmouth was fourth behind Hobart, Boston College and Kings Point as freshmen Andrew Loe and Debbie Sperling won B division.
HANOVER, N.H. -- The Dartmouth women's sailing team jumped from 10th place to second in the most recent poll by Sailing World.
Old Dominion held on to the top spot, while Tufts jumped from fourth to third.
Meanwhile, Dartmouth's coed sailors slipped from second place to fifth. Harvard had been ranked first, but fell to third, while Hobart/William Smith, previously sixth, moved all the way to the top spot.
The rankings are determined by Sailing World's panel of coaches that includes Michael Callahan of Georgetown, Ken Legler of Tufts and Mike Segerblom of USC.
Dartmouth Sailors Win at Maine Maritime
CASTINE, Maine -- Dartmouth sailors won the Penobscott Bay Open Trophy, defeating 11 other schools at Maine Maritime Academy this weekend.
Junior Greg Hammond and sophomore Liz Fink won A division as the Big Green earned 76 points, six ahead of second-place Tufts.
At Boston University, sophomore Clementine James and freshman Emily East won B division as the Big Green was second at the Presidents Trophy women's competition. A total of 14 schools competed.
Dartmouth also was fifth at the Hood Trophy, hosted by Tufts University. Senior Amanda Dwelley, juniors Scott Hogan and Amo Loring and sophomore Peter Flemming represented the Big Green in the 18-team event won by Tufts.
Junior John Diskant qualified for the Singlehanded New England Championships for the third time in his career. He advances to the October 26-27 event at the Coast Guard Academy. The top four sailors there will go on to the national championship, November 4-6, in Houston, Texas.
Dartmouth Sailing Wins Mrs. Hurst Bowl
ENFIELD, N.H. -- The Dartmouth women's sailing team captured the sixth annual Mrs. Hurst Trophy on Mascoma Lake Sunday.
Thalia Pascalides and Clementine James won the A division by eight points as Dartmouth upset six teams ranked higher nationally.
At Bowdoin College, the Big Green's co-ed sailors won the Casco Bay Open over 10 other schools. Dartmouth scored 69 points, while Rhode Island was second with 105.
Andrew Loe and Debbie Sperling combined for a win in A division, while B honors went to Dartmouth's Garrett Holmes and Liz Hyon.
In the latest national poll, Dartmouth's co-ed team jumped from fifth place to second, trailing only Harvard. In the women's ranking, the Big Green is 10th.
DARTMOUTH SAILING TO HOST MRS. HURST WOMEN'S REGATTA
HANOVER, N.H. -- The Dartmouth women's sailing squad will host 18 teams at the Mrs. Hurst Women's Regatta on Sept. 21-22 at Lake Mascoma Lake in Enfield, N.H.
Several ranked teams highlight the field, as Dartmouth welcomes top 10 opponents in Brown, Yale, Tufts, Hobart/William Smith and Georgetown. The event is set to begin on Saturday, Sept. 21 at 9:30 a.m.
Dartmouth Sailors Win 12th Annual Hurst Bowl Regatta
ENFIELD, N.H. -- The Dartmouth sailors held off 23 other teams to capture the 12th annual Hurst Bowl Regatta on Lake Mascoma.
The Big Green won both divisions as Scott Hogan and Amory Loring combined for the win in A while John Diskant and Christina Lyndon were first in B.
The Big Green earned a total of 158 points. Tufts was second with 201, Harvard third with 219 and St. Mary's fourth at 237. The latter three schools were ranked above Dartmouth in the preseason national poll.
DARTMOUTH TO HOST HURST BOWL REGATTA
HANOVER, N.H. -- Dartmouth's sailing team will host 22 squads at the Hurst Bowl Regatta on Sept. 14-15 at Lake Mascoma in Enfield, N.H.
Several ranked teams highlight the field, as the Big Green will welcome top 10 opponents in Harvard, Tufts, King's Point and Yale. Dartmouth enters the season ranked No. 5 by Sailing World. The event is set to begin on Saturday, Sept. 14 at 9:30 a.m.
SAILING TEAMS BEGIN SEASON RANKED
HANOVER, N.H. -- Dartmouth's coed sailing team was ranked No. 5 in the preseason Sailing World College Rankings released Monday, while the women's sailing squad was ranked No. 10.
Harvard earned the No. 1 ranking in the coed poll, while St. Mary's captured the honor in the women's poll. Both of the rankings are an improvement for the Dartmouth squads, as the coed team improved four spots from ninth last season and the women's squad jumped from 14th to 10th.