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Georgetown Sailing Places Second in Tom Curtis Memorial Regatta



October 5, 2004

WASHINGTON, D.C.-- The Georgetown University sailing team competed in two regattas last weekend October 2-3, 2004; the MAISA Women’s Singlehanded Championship held at Navy and the Tom Curtis Memorial Championship in which the Hoyas hosted.

 

At the MAISA Womens Singlehanded Championship, the overall top three sailors qualify for ICSA Women's Singlehanded National Championship in Wayzata, Minn., held on October 22-24. Senior Cordo Carraher (Oxford, Md. / St. Andrews School) was Georgetown’s top finisher as she placed third to qualify for the ICSA Women’s Singlehanded National Championship held in Wayzata, Minn. on October 22-24. Carraher had a great come-from-behind victory as she was 18 points away from third place with one race to go, but on her final race Carraher finished second to earn third place by a one-point margin. Carraher becomes the first Georgetown woman sailor to qualify for ICSA Singlehanded Nationals since 1997.  The top two spots at the regatta were secured by sailors from Old Dominion and St. Mary's.  

 

Overall:

Georgetown Sailors

3. Cordo Carrahar '05 w/ 169 points

7. Jessica Stewart '07 w/ 220 points

9. Blaire Herron '08 w/237 points

 

At the Tom Curtis Memorial Regatta, Georgetown sailing finished second overall, trailing the victor St. Mary’s by only five points. Juniors Andrew Campbell (San Diego, Calif./The Bishops School) and Kelly Lanzara (Great Falls, Va. / Bishop O'Connell) sailed the last few races for the Hoyas, earning first place victories.

 

Tom Curtis Memorial Regatta @ Georgetown

A div. 1st w/ 26 points JB Turney / Dorothee Bergin, Andrew Campbell / Kelly

Lanzara (7-8)

B div. 4th w/ 34 points Chris Behm / Barbara Hall, Ed duMoulin / Julia Graham

(5-8)

 

Overall:

         A division = 8 Races

         B division = 8 Races

                            A    B  TOT

 

 1. St. Mary's             30   25   55

 2. Georgetown             26   34   60

 3. Old Dominion           27   42   69

 4. Hampton                44   26   70

 5. Kings Point            30   41   71

 6. Navy                   52   26   78

 7. Maryland               65   67  132

 8. Washington College     68   77  145

 9. Princeton              78   83  161

10. Christopher Newport    78   88  166

11. Delaware               72  105  177

12. William and Mary       91   87  178

13. Virginia              120   82  202

14. Fordham               105  107  212

15. Salisbury             111  111  222

16. UMBC                  121  104  225

17. George Washington     107  119  226

 

This weekend October 9-10, 2004 the Hoyas compete in three regattas: the Storm Trysail Intercollegiate Regatta in Larchmont, YC, the MAISA Mens Singlehanded Championship at Navy, and the Navy Fall Women's Intersectional at Navy.
 

 

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