In addition to their best-ever finish at Fleet Race Nationals, the Hoyas had four sailors named All-Americans. Sophomore Andrew Campbell (
2004 ICSA Fleet Racing National Championship @ Cascade Locks, OR
18 Teams 36 Races
A div. 2nd w/ 92 points Andrew Campbell / Nick Deane10-18), Kati Ferriss (1-9)
B div. 5th w/ 118 points Tyler Haskell (7-18), Thatcher Spring (1-6) / Kelly Lanzara (1-6), Barbara Hall (4 races), Jackie Schmitz (4 races), Emilie Lincoln (4 races)
4. USC (225)
6. Harvard (252)
7. St. Mary's College (253)
8. USMMA-Kings Point (258)
10. Stanford (336)
13. TAMUG (394)
The second place finish is the best ever for the Hoyas. The previous best was fifth place in 2001. The Hoyas sailed well throughout the entire event but the
2004 ICSA Women's National Championship @ Cascade Locks, OR
18 Teams 26 Races
A div. 4th w/ points Derby Anderson / Barbara Hall
B div. 10th w/ points Eliza Ryan / Emilie Lincoln
2. Harvard (175)
6. Tufts (185)
7. Stanford (190)
11. Old Dominion (226)
17. TAMUG (388)
The women's team finished the year with a very strong performance at Nationals. The regatta was close throughout, and the Hoyas beat a number of great teams. In A division, sophomore Derby Anderson and crew Barbara Hall sailed quite well, finishing ahead of a number of great women's sailors. In the last race of the regatta, seniors Eliza Ryan and Emilie Lincoln finished second overall to help the Hoyas jump from 11th to eighth overall.
2004 ICSA Team Race National Championship @ Cascade Locks, OR
Skippers: Tyler Haskell, Thatcher Spring, Andrew Campbell, Bill Jorch, Deek Webster, Steve Streit
Crews: Jackie Schmitz, Kelly Lanzara, Emilie Bogrand, Barbara Hall, Emilie Lincoln, Paulina Szyrmer, Colleen Hehir, Nick Deane
1. St. Mary's College (11-6)
4. USC (9-8)
5. Brown (6-8)
6. Harvard (5-9)
11. Eckerd (3-2)
This was a disappointing finish for the Hoyas, who had every reason to believe they could win the regatta. The results don't reflect how close the racing was amongst the top eight teams. The Hoyas had moments of domination that were coupled with some tremendous bad luck and mistakes. The Hoyas started out the first round by going 5-1 and headed to the finals only one race out of first. In the final round the Hoyas sailed a double round robin against the top teams and were winning every race until the last mark, before suffering a turn for the worse. The bright spots included races against St. Mary's, where the Hoyas dominated them, with their last race against them a blowout 1,2, victory. The disappointment from this regatta certainly played into giving an outstanding effort at the Fleet Racing Nationals.
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