After taking seventh in the Coast Guard Alumni Bowl, which qualified the Dartmouth sailing team for Nationals later this month, four members of the Big Green were bestowed All-NEISA honors.
For the first time since 2007, the Dartmouth sailing team has qualified for the Women's, Team Race and Co-Ed National Championship after a seventh place finish at the Coast Guard Alumni Bowl, which was hosted by the Big Green in Hanover.
Both the Dartmouth coed and women's sailing teams were ranked in the top-15 in a recent poll by SailingWorld.com.
Three members of the Dartmouth sailing team were honored this weekend with honors from the New England Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association.
The Dartmouth sailing team competed in three regattas over the weekend, finishing second in the 81st Boston Dinghy Challenge Cup, fifth in the Admiral's Cup and 11th at the Reed Trophy.
The Dartmouth sailing team competed in two regattas over the weekend in Annapolis, Maryland and Ithaca, New York.
The Dartmouth sailing team competed in three races over the weekend, finishing third in the Mystic Lake Team Race, fourth in the New England Team Race Championship and fifth in the Emily Wick Regatta.
The Dartmouth sailing team competed in two races over the weekend, finishing sixth in the Dellenbaugh Women's Trophy and sixth in the 35th Lynne Marchiando Trophy.
Dartmouth sailing's senior Sarah Williams and junior Sophie Kerr were named New England Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association's sailors of the week after a spectacular performance on the water last weekend.
The Dartmouth sailing team competed in three races over the weekend, taking first in the Joseph R. Duplin Regatta, second in the Admiral Team Race and and fifth in the Jan T. Friis Team Race.
Dartmouth sailing competed in the Sharpe Team race over the weekend in Providence, Rhode Island, where the Big Green took home second place.
The Dartmouth sailing team took home fourth place out of 14 in its first race of 2016 in the Charleston Women's Regatta in South Carolina.