HANOVER, N.H. – The Dartmouth sailing team competed in four regattas over the weekend, two in Boston, Massachusetts, one on the Thames River in Connecticut and another in Kings Point, New York.
A group of four women sailors, Emma White, Peninah Benjamin, Audrey Giblin and Sophia Diserio, represented the team at the Stu Nelson regatta hosted by Connecticut College. The Big Green took first place in the Division A race and finished sixth overall in the 18-team field, with a total of 109 points, Yale won the regatta with 65 points.
At the Nevins Trophy hosted by Kings Point, Dartmouth was represented by Alyssa Berger, Erik Weis, Taggart Bonham, Mary Amis, Timothy Greenhouse and Jack McGraw. Georgetown won with a total of 284 points, the Big Green finished 11th out of 20 with 450 points.
The Central Series was hosted by Boston College, representing the Green and White were Kathryn Hall, Lisa Genther, Michael Tellini and Sarah Chong. In the Division A race Dartmouth came in fifth place, and finished fifth out of 17 overall with 120 points while MIT won the regatta with 57.
Another top-10 finish for the Big Green came in the Division A race of the Hatch Brown Trophy. Dartmouth finished second in Division A and ended the regatta with an 89-point score, tied with the College of Charleston. The teams completed a head-to-head tie-breaker, putting the Big Green in 10th place out of 20. Max Clapp, Eloise Burn, Paige Clark, Rebecca McElvain, Chris Williford and Duncan Williford all competed for the Green and White.
This weekend Dartmouth will return to the water with regattas in Durham, N.H., Medford, Mass., Bristol, R.I., and St. Mary’s City, Maryland.