Carter Little and Jeremy Herrin were named ICSA All-Americans
Sailing Takes Ninth at Gill Coed National Championships
ODU is in 11th place after day one.
NORFOLK, Va. - Old Dominion University sailing finished in seventh place in the Gill Coed Eastern Semifinals to qualify for the National Championships that begin tomorrow in Norfolk.
Sailing Tied for Third After First Day of Gill Co-Ed Eastern Semifinals
ODU finished in 12th place in the eastern region
ODU is in 12th place after the first day of competition.
Brindley has been the man that has directed ODU to seven national championships, been a part of another as an assistant coach and two more as a student-athlete.
NORFOLK, Va. Old Dominion University is set to host the 2018 Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) National Championships beginning on May 22. The Women's event begins on May 22 and will last for four days immediately followed by the Team Race championship on May 26, lasting for three days and the Coed championship on May 29, lasting for four days. Racing is scheduled to begin for the Sperry Women's Championship on Tuesday, May 22 at 10 a.m. The sailors will sail LaserPerformance Club Flying Juniors (FJs) and LaserPerformance Z420s, on the waters of the Elizabeth River. The first two days of racing will be the Semifinals, which is divided into two 18-team regattas. These teams have qualified from their conferences to compete in this portion of the championship. The top nine teams from each group will then advance to the Finals Round an 18-boat regatta, which will take place on the last two days of the championship, May 24-25. This is the third time that the Women's Semifinal event will include 36 boats, in the past there have only been 28 competing in this portion of the Championship. The first round of racing is a single round robin with all 16 teams competing against each other. The top eight from this round will advance to a single "championship" round robin followed by a "final four" round robin, which will only be sailed in Z420s. The top three teams and national champions will be determined from the final four. The Gill Championship will begin after the LaserPerformance Team Race Championship on Tuesday, May 29 at 10 a.m. Sailors will again compete in FJs and Z420s on the Elizabeth River as close to the sailing center as the tide will allow. Similar to the Sperry Women's championship, the first two days of racing will be a Semifinal regatta, which will include 36 of the top teams in the country that qualified from their respective conferences to c
ST. MARY's, Md. Old Dominion University sailing won for the second-straight weekend, winning the America Trophy Championship over the weekend in St. Mary's. ODU defeated second place St. Mary's by 25 points and third place Hobart and William by 33 points. The Division A squad of Jeremy Herrin and Carter Little finished in sixth place, notching eight top-five finishes and three race wins. The Division B team of Jack Elkin, Stephen Guglielmo and Gavin Burkhart cruised to a 25 point win in the division, including 15 top-five finishes, and seven race wins. The trio won four-straight races to end the day, and five of the final six races.
NORFOLK, Va. Old Dominion University sailing coach Mitch Brindley hired Morgan Collins as an assistant coach, Brindley announced on Wednesday. "Morgan had an outstanding college career for Old Dominion University, and I am thrilled to have her back working with this next generation of Monarch Sailors."
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - The Old Dominion University sailing team won the Navy Spring Coed over the weekend.