December 2, 2022

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Borcherding wins NEISA Singlehanded Championship, Doble takes second

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Leyton Borcherding received the NEISA Singlehanded Championship and Katherine Doble concluded as the runner-up in the NEISA Women’s Singlehanded Championship, highlighting a powerful weekend for the Brown sailing groups.
 
Borcherding finished with a remaining rating of 61, on position in advance of a Yale sailor in 2nd place. Connor Nelson, very last year’s NEISA Singlehanded Champion, completed in third with a 68 and Guthrie Braun took fourth with a 71.
 
In the women’s occasion, a sailor from Harvard took initial with a 23, while Doble claimed second with a 26. Kaitlyn Hamilton, the only other Bear in the celebration, took fifth with a 52.
 
The coed workforce also competed at the Hatch Brown Trophy and the Yale Regatte on the weekend. At Hatch Brown, the Bears finished in 13th out of 18 teams. Hunter Zonnenberg, Isabel Cox, Liam O’Keefe, Nora Ong, William George, and Helen Horangic all competed for Brown at the occasion.
 
The Yale Regatta was break up into two functions. In the FJ Regatta, Tommy Styron and Hannah Sellers experienced the leading end on the group in fifth out of 18. Charlotte Costikyan and Lily Shore concluded in sixth, Mason Stang and Catherine Morrissette in ninth, Emily Mueller and Brianna Ross in 10th, and Connor Macken and Janelle Li in 16th.
 
In the Z420 Regatta, Katherine McNamara and Francesca Edmands came in eighth, whilst Caroline Keefe-Jones and Sierra Bornheim completed in 15th.
 
The women’s team also competed at the Regis Trophy on the weekend and concluded in fourth place in general out of 18 groups. Blaire McCarthy and Savannah Youthful took sixth in Division A, when Brielle Willoughby and Olivia Miller came in fourth in Division B.

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