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Sailing team braves conditions, sends racers to four regattas

(10/09/07 2:40am)

After a weekend in which the team had fairly subpar showing at MIT's Smith Trophy Regatta, placing 17th, it was important to put forth a strong performance in this weekend's races. Team members and coaches knew coming into the regattas that they were capable of success, but that they would have to stay focused throughout the events.


Sailing looks to form new team identity for fall season

(10/01/07 7:02am)

Early in this fall season, the Big Green sailing team has already sent some of its athletes to regattas around the northeast. At a Northern Series regatta held at Dartmouth, the Big Green was able to place second, behind the University of Vermont. The highlight of the race came with the first place finish by Matthew Cohen '10 and Christina Clark '10.



Storck brothers seek Olympic bid

(05/17/07 2:26am)

Brothers Erik Storck '07 and John Storck have progressed far enough in the sport of sailing to be considered for the United States' Olympic team. The two have been sailing together for their entire lives, and have become so tuned in with each other that they are teammates in every sense of the word. While Olympic trials are a tough and rigorous process, the brothers seem ready.



Big Green sailing starts spring with mixed results

(04/26/07 6:10am)

After a highly successful fall season and productive winter, the Dartmouth sailing team is in the thick of their spring season. This past weekend of April 14th through the 15th the women's team was at the Dellenbaugh Women's Regatta at Brown University. The Big Green women finished in the middle of the pack at eighth out of 15, far behind first place St. Mary's. The A team of Becca Dellenbaugh '10 and Steph Gagnon '10 finished in eighth. In the B division, the team of Adele Wilhelm '08 and captain Kate Hacker '07 finished sixth.