***Lambert and Greason are the NEISA COED Sailors of the Week***
Cranston, RI—10/25-26/14- Deirdre Lambert ’15 and Nathaniel Greason ’17 from Dartmouth are the NEISA Sailors of the week for their winning B-division performance at the Hoyt Trophy. The duo showed consistency in a variety of conditions with only one finish outside the top ten. This consistency was tremendous given the wide range of conditions from light and shifty to racing in over twenty knots. Their performance propelled Dartmouth to a 2nd place finish overall.
***Kiss and Doris are the NEISA Women’s Sailors of the Week***
New London, CT —10/25-26/14- Yale’s Morgan Kiss ’15 and Natalya Doris ’17 are the NEISA Women’s Sailors of the Week for their A-division win at the Stu Nelson Trophy. The competition at the Stu Nelson was fierce with many of top teams in the country competing at the event. Kiss and Doris not only sailed well but also held the line on sportsmanship throughout the weekend.
Around the Conference—
Many New England teams dealt with a heavy Nor’easter during the week and some schools sustained damage, but racing continued at six regattas. Dartmouth finished second at the Hoyt with Roger Williams third. Yale won the Stu Nelson Trophy hosted by Connecticut College. At the Oberg Trophy, hosted at MIT and Northeastern, the University of Rhode Rams held on to a 5 point lead over Dartmouth. Dartmouth won the Central Series at Boston College. Roger Williams University remained undefeated on home waters at the Southern Series and the University of New Hampshire won the Fall Foliage regatta.