College Sailing Chalk Talk – Season 9, Episode 8

Published on November 21st, 2013

Chris Love provides this report on the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) 2013-2014 season along with his weekly Chalk Talk video:

This week in college sailing, we saw Dinghy Championship Weekend, with #1 ranked Georgetown taking the Coed ACC’s at Charleston and the Dartmouth ladies winning Women’s ACC’s at Cornell. URI won the Atlantic Coast Tournament, the consolation regatta for those not at ACC’s, and on the west coast, Stanford beat UC Santa Barbara in the three-division Pacific Coast Champs. In the 2-division scoring, UCSB took the win handily.

In this upcoming final weekend of college sailing for the fall, ten teams from around the country descend on St. Petersburg, FL to compete for college sailing’s Match Racing National Championship. Many of last year’s top skippers return for another shot, including Yale’s Chris Segerblom (2nd in 2012), Georgetown’s Nevin Snow (3rd), and St. Mary’s Jake LaDow (4th). They are joined by Stanford’s Scott Buckstaff who has been on a tear this year in the junior match racing circuit.

More results at scores.collegesailing.org

More info about the 2013-2014 ICSA Match Racing Championship at regattanetwork.com/event/7324

College Sailing Chalk Talk – Season 9, Episode 8

Number 1 ISAF ranked match racer Taylor Canfield helps us get ready for Match Race Nationals in our season finale of Chalk Talk Presented by US Sailing! We also help you learn your ACC’s and PCC’s.

Chalk Talk is presented by US Sailing with support from Zim Sailing. Thanks so much to our amazing sponsors! Without them, this show would not be possible. Please thank them with your support!

Chris Love is the executive producer of Chris Love Productions, a video production company centered around sailing.

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