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ODU Sailing Team Finishes Weekend Competition

Courtesy: ODU Athletics
         
Release: September 29, 2002
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Sept. 29, 2002

The Old Dominion sailing team competed in three events over the weekend with Neil Ford (St. John's/Virgin Islands) leading the way with a second place finish at the Laser Qualifier which will qualify him for the Singlehanded Championships next month. ODU also got a third place finish in the St. Mary's Open and a fifth place showing at the Sloop Championships.

Ford totaled 49 points in 14 races posting three victories. He finished seven points behind the winner Stephen Gay from Navy who won five races. Gay's teammate Charles Fulmer will join Ford and Gay at the regional championships in Annapolis, MD. Jack Kerr (Seattle, WA) and Bill Berg (Longwood, FL) finished fifth and sixth respectively to round out the ODU participants.

The ODU sailors at the St. Mary's Open totaled 189 points in a third place finish at the St. Mary's Open. The A division boat of Ignacio Saralegui (Montevideo, Uruguay) and Christabelle Fernandez (Va. Beach, VA) came in third while Debbie Capozzi (Bayport, NY) and Amy Bourne (Va. Beach, VA) took a seventh place B division finish. Hobart/William Smith took the win with 124 points

At the Sloop Championships ODU finished with 49 points and fifth place. Hobart/William Smith won this event as well with 25 points in 10 races.

MAISA Laser Championships US Naval Academy, 14 races

1. Gay,Stephen NAVY       42
 2. Ford,Neil ODU          49
 3. Fulmer,Charles NAVY    56
 4. Morea,Doug NAVY        66
 5. Kerr,Jack ODU          68
 6. Berg,Bill ODU          88
 7. Jorch,Bill Gtwn        98
 8. VanWagoner,Nick NAVY  101
 9. Retinger,Eric StMary  104
10. Hinds,Kwame Hampton   107
11. Taylor,Garey MD       156
12. Counihan,Roger UVA    162
13. McKenna,James MD      177
14. Barstead,Matt GWash   204

St. Mary's Open St. Mary's College, 32 races

1. Hobart/William Smith 73 51 124 2. Georgetown 70 76 146 3. Old Dominion 78 111 189 4. St. Mary's College 103 97 200 5. USMMA KP 101 102 203 6. Washington College 97 110 207 7. UMBC 162 87 249 8. Christopher Newport 136 115 251 9. US Naval Academy 113 156 269 10. University of MD 148 131 279 11. Hampton University 86 213 299 12. New York Maritime 188 175 363 13. Salisbury State 204 178 382 14. George Washington 201 214 415 15. Columbia 241 197 438 16. Queen's University 214 226 440 17. Princeton 232 218 450 18. Drexel 279 281 560

A Saralegui/Fernandez 78 B Capozzi/Bourne 111

MAISA Sloop Championships Naval Academy, 10 races

1. Hobart/WmSmith 25 Rogers,Sam / Storck,Rob Storck,John Sullivan,Jeff 2. NAVY 37 Weber,Spencer / Keith,John Lang,Ricky Smith,Justin 3. St. Mary's 46 Pletsch,Danny / Brady,Christopher Ewenson,Nick Perkowski,Dave 4. Washington Col 46 Buckley,Mike /Robertson,Colin St.Onge, Nathan vonRoth,Max 5. ODU 49 Higgins,Charles / Tunnicliffe,Anna Bower,Liz, Newbold,Andrew 6. Kings Point 52 Wright,David / Guerrera,Justin Baumann,Tom Schubert,Matt Leigh,Jared 7. Georgetown 59 Haskell,Tyler / Streit,Steve Sampson,Liz Kurland,Berry 8. Queens 62 Mamon,Maciej / Woodin,Chris Daniels,Marc Wheeler,Mark 9. Cornell 88 Rupp,Jonathan/Kressler,Bryan Kraus,Ben Shaw,Casey 10. SUNY Maritime Col 88 DiMaggio,Michael / Cameron,Dean Orwin, Tim Shea,Bill

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