College Sailing Chalk Talk: Season 10, Episode 1

Published on March 27th, 2014

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

(March 27, 2014) – This week in college sailing, St. Mary’s won the tiebreaker to take its first interconference win at the highly competitive Szambecki Team Race, beating out the 2013 National Champion Yale team and several other top ranked squads. Meanwhile, Roger Williams captured the Friis trophy at Tufts and the US Coast Guard Academy grabbed the Admiral Moore at SUNY Maritime.

While the sailing venues are still frozen in many parts of the country, the college sailing team racing season is already drawing to a close, as most of the conference championships are slated to take place the first weekend of April. After that, the top teams in ICSA will be cramming for fleet racing Nationals, with two weeks of interconference regattas followed by the coed fleet conference champs at the end of April.

This upcoming weekend the women are back on the water at Brown’s Dellenbaugh regatta, while teams from all over the West Coast attend the bring-your-own-boat St. Francis YC Interconference for fleet racing on San Francisco Bay, and MIT continues the East Coast team racing tradition with the Marchiando.

Full scores at http://scores.collegesailing.org

College Sailing Chalk Talk: Season 10, Episode 1
The Chalk Talk gang returns for the college sailing spring season, except this year, the spring season is going to look a little bit different. The cast explains, while also bringing back staples like the Zim Stud of the Week and predictions for the upcoming weekend.

Chalk Talk is presented by US Sailing with support from Zim Sailing, and produced by Chris Love Productions – a video production company centered around sailing.

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