College Sailing Chalk Talk: Season 11, Episode 8

Published on November 19th, 2014

Chris Love provides this week’s report on the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association 2014-2015 season along with his weekly Chalk Talk video report:

In this final week in fall college sailing, Georgetown won its second straight Match Racing title, but not without a fight. Chris Stocke’s squad from University of South Florida was the top seed after the round robin and took Nevin Snow and the Hoyas to the maximum number of races on the finals, losing 3-2 in a seesaw battle in Sonars Oyster Bay, NY. See the full results and video highlights at 2014matchrace.collegesailing.org.

With the big guns sailing on Long Island, The Coed and Women’s Atlantic Coast Champs had some teams’ rosters spread a little thin. Even so, the U.S. Naval Academy put in a tremendous performance, winning both events, buoyed by outstanding performances from Patrick Snow / Megan Hough at Coast Guard for Coeds and Mary Hall / Emma Ferris at MIT for Women’s. Meanwhile University of Hawaii made the journey off-island to pick up the win with two firsts and a second in the three-division Pacific Coast Championship at UC Santa Barbara.

Scores at scores.collegesailing.org/f14

Besides a few special winter regattas, this was the last weekend of college sailing for 2014. Teams will gear up again around spring break and I’ll be back then to tell you all about the spring season.

College Sailing Chalk Talk: Season 11, Episode 8 (Season Finale)
On the final episode of the fall 2014 season, host Chris Love reviews his weekend at Match Race Champs with aerial highlights featuring commentary from Dave Perry, and interviews from the winners. Co-host John Storck is at a homeless capitol building and the ACC’s and Women’s ACC’s looked a lot different this year. WATCH

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