Georgetown Finishes Season Ranked No. 1 in Sailing World College Rankings
June 16, 2006
Washington, D.C. - The Georgetown sailing program stands atop the final Sailing World collegiate rankings for the 2005-06 season which was released on Friday, June 16. Meanwhile, the women's squad earned a final No. 2 ranking.
The Hoyas capped the best season in program history by taking home the Leonard M. Fowle Trophy, signifying the team of the year in collegiate sailing. The season ended with Georgetown winning its second national championship at the ICSA/Layline National Team Race Championship, a title they also won in 2001. In addition, Georgetown also placed second at both the ICSA National Women's and Coed Dinghy Championships, marking their best finish in both events.
Four-time All-American and Everett B Morris Trophy winner Andrew Campbell (San Diego, Calif./The Bishop's School) was featured in a Podcast on Sailingscuttlebutt.com on Thursday, June 15, discussing a wide range of topics from his four years at Georgetown to his Olympic aspirations for the 2008 Beijing summer games. The interview can be heard by clicking here.