NEISA News

Marshall and Sakellaris Win LaserPerformance College Sailing Men’s and Women’s Singlehanded National Championships
November 04, 2018

HOLLAND, MICH. (November 4, 2018) – The LaserPerformance Men’s and Women’s Singlehanded National Championships, hosted by Grand Valley State University and Hope College at the Macatawa Bay Yacht Club and Macatawa Bay Junior Association in Holland, Michigan wrapped up today with Henry Marshall (Auburndale, Mass.), a freshman at Harvard University winning the Men’s Championship and Christina Sakellaris (Milton, Mass.), a sophomore at Stanford University wining the Women’s Championship

Conference Championships!
October 31, 2018

There are moments, small and large, that cumulatively define a college sailor’s experience. It is hard to predict when these moments will materialize as something more than a single race or regatta. But if one had to guess, regattas like the War, Schell and Urn tend to hold their own place in the minds of college sailors past and present.

#1 Brown University won the Victorian Coffee Urn Trophy hosted by Bowdoin University. The Brown Bears edged #8 Boston College in the protest room after all other teams had left thinking Boston College won in a tie breaker.  The Urn was an event that featured 11 of the top 20 ranked women’s team in the nation.

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LaserPerformance College Sailing Singlehanded National Championships Set to Begin in Michigan
October 31, 2018

HOLLAND, MICH. (October 31, 2018) – The LaserPerformance Men’s and Women’s Singlehanded National Championships, hosted by Grand Valley State University and Hope College at the Macatawa Bay Yacht Club and Macatawa Bay Junior Association in Holland, Michigan are set to begin Friday, November 2nd with registration, boat assignment and a competitors meeting. Racing will take place Saturday, November 3rd and Sunday, November 4th.

Coed Showcase Finals; MAISA Women’s Championship; PCCSC Match Racing
October 24, 2018

The Fiske-Harriman-Sleigh Trophy or the Coed Showcase Finals was a tale of two days. The two extremes that bookend sailing in general, light and breezy. Saturday’s light air rewarded the feather-weight quick and mentally resolute sailors while Sunday pushed the nation’s best to test their mettle against the elements in 18-28 knot winds.

The Coed Showcase Finals is a new rendition of the classic Atlantic Coast Championship. It even carries the namesake of the ACC’s trophy, the Fiske, Harrington, Sleigh. Like the ACCs, the Showcase Finals displayed the best in the nation. However, unlike the ACCs, where each conference on the East Coast gets a set number of berths, the teams at the Showcase Finals are derived from a semi-final format or two 18 team regattas advancing the top-9 from each to the finals, allowing Stanford to get in the mix.

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Annapolis, Md. (May 23, 2014) – The Intercollegiate Sailing Association’s (ICSA) three national championships, Sperry Top-Sider Women’s National Semi-Final and Final Championship, APS Team Race National Championship, and the Gill Coed Dinghy National Semi-Final and Final Championship commence Tuesday, May 27. The Women’s event will last for four days immediately followed by the Team Race Championship on May 31, lasting for three days and the Coed Championship on June 3, lasting for four days. The events will be sailed in LaserPerformance Z420s – a new lighter and stiffer style 420 – and Club Flying Juniors (CFJs). The U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. and St. Mary’s College of Maryland in St. Mary’s City, Md. will be sharing the hosting duties for the three events. These championships are the culmination of two seasons of intense competition and include the top schools from across the nation vying for the championship titles.



The Nautical Channel has agreed to be an official media provider for College Sailing. The Nautical Channel has 20 million subscribers and is in 40 countries. In the US, it is on the Dish Network. They have agreed to use content that we provide in there weekly NC Sports show. In 2013 NC Sports featured stories on the Singlehanded Championships and the Dinghy Semifinals. All they need from college sailing is the videos. We hope to crowd source content. Danielle Richards has set up an easy way to upload video to a drop box. In addition to the video a short document containing a regatta summary should be included and what the video is of. This is a great chance to engage your Sports Information offices and media services, or just put all of that team race video you are taking to use. Go Pro video can work well. We can also use this mechanism to share files with other media like Chalktalk. Files will be purged after about 2 weeks. Let’s show off college sailing!



Nautical Channel will partner with Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) to bring top college sailing regattas to a US and international audience. ICSA consists of seven regional conferences covering the U.S. and parts of Canada. Sailing is the most co-educational of all college sports, and its best participants number significantly among Olympic medalists, America’s Cup competitors, International Grand Prix Circuit sailors, Volvo Ocean Race sailors, and Bacardi Race Series sailors. These are events in which Nautical Channel stands apart and brings to the world. By using student and professional broadcast media packages, student athletes, coaches, professors, alumni as well as athletic departments are telling their competitive sailing story on Nautical Channel. A “video crowd-sourcing” server is being used allowing sailing colleges to easily upload news stories with footage, photos, and information. Selected content is then aired on the Nautical Channel in over 45 countries and in four languages.



St. Petersburg, Fla. (November 24, 2013) – The Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) Match Race National Championship for the Cornelius Shields, Sr. Trophy was completed today after three days of racing. The event began on Friday, November 22 and was hosted by the St. Petersburg Yacht Club and the University of South Florida. Competitors sailed out of the St. Petersburg Sailing Center and racing took place on Tampa Bay.


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Date Event Location Documents
3/16-17 Southern New England Team Race CC
3/23-24 Duplin Women’s Team Raace TUFT
3/23-24 Friis Trophy Team Race RWU
3/30-1 Lynne Marchiando Team Race MIT
3/30-1 Dellenbaugh Women’s Trophy BROWN
4/6-7 J/70 Open Promotional Regatta CGA
4/6-7 Emily Wick Women’s Trophy YALE
4/13-14 Thompson Trophy CC
4/13-14 Women’s Team Race National Invite BROWN
4/13-14 President’s Trophy BU
4/20-21 George E. Morris Trophy BU
4/20-21 Boston Dinghy Club Challenge Cup HARVARD/MIT
4/27-28 Argus Class J/70 Open Promotional
5/21-22 Sperry Women’s Semifinals SAIL NWPT
5/23-24 Sperry Women’s Finals SAIL NWPT
5/25-27 LaserPerformance Team Race Nationals SAIL NWPT
5/28-29 Gill Coed Semifinals SAIL NWPT
5/30-31 Gill Coed Finals SAIL NWPT
Date Event Location Results
11/2-4 LaserPerformance Singlehanded National Championship HOP/GVS
10/13-14 Stoney Burke Intersectional CAL/TISC
5/29-1 Gill Coed National Championship ODU
5/26-28 LaserPerformance Team Race National Championship ODU
5/22-25 Sperry Women’s National Championship ODU
1/6-7 Rose Bowl Regatta USC
12/30-31 Sugar Bowl Southern YC/Tulane
12/30-31 Sugar Bowl Women’s Southern YC/Tulane
11/11-12 Atlantic Coast Women’s CC
11/11-12 Atlantic Coast Tournament
11/11-12 Atlantic Coast Dinghies Fiske-Harriman-Sleigh Trophies NY Maritime
11/10-12 2017-2018 ICSA Match Race National Championship 45th Shields Trophy CofC
11/4-5 ICSA LaserPerformance Singlehanded National Championship USF
10/28-29 Freshman Interconference Regatta / Nickerson Trophy TUFTS
10/21-22 Hoyt Trophy BROWN
10/21-22 Kathryn Hammond Coed Interconference TEX
10/21-22 **PROMOTIONAL** Small Keelboat Invitational Scrimmage
10/21-22 Mrs. Hurst Women’s DART
10/14-15 Truxtun Umsted NAVY
10/14-15 Robert Cary-Allen Price Memorial MICH