Monarchs in First Place at ODU Triad Invite and Charleston Women's Intersectional

February 10, 2001
By ODU Athletics
NORFOLK, Va. -- The Old Dominion University sailing team, in their first competition of the spring, currently have two crews in first and second place at the Old Dominion Triad Invite.

Competing against teams from St. Mary's and Georgetown, the team of Brad Funk (Harbor Bluffs, FL) and Emily Ruiter (Freehold, NJ) are in first place, followed by Adam Burns (Youngstown, NY) and Lis Biondi (Norwalk, CT) in second. Each school has six teams competing in the event for a total of 18 boats.

In Charleston, SC, the Old Dominion women are currently in first place after eight races in the Charleston Women's Intersectional. The A division boat of Sally Barkow (Nashotah, WI) and Allison Calderbank (Clearwater, FL) are in first place, as are their B division teammates Corrie Clement (Metarie, LA) and Megan Bartley (Oak Park, IL).

Day One Results (ODU only)
 1. Brad Funk/ Emily Ruiter
 2. Adam Burns/ Lis Biondi
 7. Matt Allen/ Anna Cobb
 9. Jack Kerr/ Debbie Capozzi
14. Justin Castagne/ Liz Bower
18. Ryan Thorvaldsen/ Cara Gibbons-Neff

College of Charleston Women's Intersectional
Day One Results -- 8 races
 1. ODU                53
 2. Stanford           62
 3. Brown              70
 4. Boston U.          73
 5. Eckerd             85
 6. Washington Coll.   91
 7. Georgetown         99
 8. C. of Charleston  105
 9. UC-Santa Barbara  112
10. Rhode Island      137
11. South Florida     178
12. Tennessee         190
13. Florida           193

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