Sailing Finishes 13th at Southern New England Team Race
April 2, 2007
NEW LONDON, CT -- Old Dominion University finished in 13th place at the Southern New England Team Race. Head Coach Mitch Brindley enlisted a team consisting of six freshmen and sophomores and one junior to race this weekend and came away with a 2-5 record.
Experienced sophomore crew member Alissa Ayres raced in all seven heats, as did freshmen Mike Komar, Wilson Stout, and Kyle Rogachenko. Sophomores Bobby Noonan and Mike Brown combined with junior Wade Schon raced in at least four races each to complete the team.
Final Results Southern New England Team Race Consolation Round March 31-April 1, 2007 Connecticut College
Today was another great day of racing on the Thames River. The southerly of 5-8 kts came in around 10:30 and a single round robin was sailed with 1 protest which was disallowed. A double round robin was sailed in the afternoon to determine the 9-12 place teams. Racing ended around 4:15 as the southerly was quickly dying. Sailors displayed skill and sportsmanship as well as patience with the strong outgoing current and shifty afternoon breeze. Special thanks to judges Pete Lelek, Andrew Baker, Amanda Calkins, and Henry Maxwell and to all the Camel sailors who helped out with race committee.
9. Brown 6-1, 5-1= 11-2 10.Tufts 6-1, 4-2= 10-3 11. URI 6-1, 1-5= 7-6 12. CGA 3-4, 2-4= 5-8 13. ODU* 2-5 14. MIT* 2-5 15. Conn. College* 2-5 16. New York Maritime 1-6
* Ties broken based on head to head results