• Washington College Sailing Takes Fourth, Fifth in Home Regatta
    October 22, 2017
    The Washington College sailing team closed out the fall portion of its schedule by hosting the Central Fall Open on the Chester River yesterday and today. Washington entered two separate squads in the regatta, with team “1” finishing in fourth and team “2” in fifth place among 16 teams.
  • Washington College Sailing 15th at Luce Regatta
    October 15, 2017
    The Washington College sailing team finished 15th of 18 teams at the Luce Regatta, hosted by Cornell this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Places 18th at Moody Trophy
    October 08, 2017
    The Washington College sailing team finished 18th of 18 teams at the Moody Trophy, hosted by the University of Rhode Island, this weekend. 
  • Washington College Sailing 11th at Jesuit Interconference
    October 01, 2017
    The Washington College sailing team finished 11th of 15 teams at the Jesuit Interconference, hosted by Fordham and Columbia, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Places 7th at MAISA Central Qualifier to Advance to Luce Regatta
    September 24, 2017
    The Washington College sailing team finished seventh of 16 teams at the MAISA Central Fall Qualifier, hosted by Ocean County College, and 19th of 20 teams at the Hood Trophy, hosted by Tufts, this weekend. The seventh-place finish at the qualify advanced the team to the Luce Regatta, where it will compete for a spot at the War Memorial, the MAISA Fall Co-Ed Championships.
  • Henry Proud - Shoreman of the Week
    September 19, 2017
    Freshman sailor Henry Proud is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Proud skippered Washington to a first-place finish in B Division, helping the team take first place overall at the Colony Cup over the weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Wins Colony Cup
    September 17, 2017
    The Washington College sailing team won the Colony Cup, hosted by William & Mary, this weekend, finishing first among 12 teams overall. It was the team’s first regatta victory since May 2015.
  • Paul Hart - Shoreman of the Week
    September 12, 2017
    Junior sailor Paul Hart is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Hart skippered Washington to a 10th-place finish in A Division at the Riley Cup over the weekend, seven spots higher than his finish at the same regatta last year.
  • Washington College Sailing Opens with 12th-Place Finish at Riley Cup
    September 10, 2017
    NORFOLK, Va. — The Washington College sailing team opened its regatta season with a 12th-place finish among 18 teams at Old Dominion’s Riley Cup. 
  • Sailing Season Preview
    August 30, 2017
    The 2017-18 season marks the 20th anniversary of the Washington College sailing team being elevated to varsity status after previously competing as a club team. During this anniversary season, third-year head coach Max Kurland ’11, will guide a team comprised primarily of veteran crews and younger skippers.
  • Cochran, Hindt, Rodrigue Serving as Sailing Captains
    August 28, 2017
    Seniors Allison Cochran, Bridgette Hindt, and Griffin Rodrigue are serving as the captains of the Washington College sailing team this season.


  • Washington College Presents Annual Athletic Awards
    May 05, 2016
    The Washington College Athletics Department held its annual athletic awards ceremony tonight, honoring the top student-athletes for the 2015-16 academic year.
  • Washington College Sailing Finishes Season at America Trophy
    May 01, 2016
    The Washington College sailing team finished its 2015-16 season by placing 14th of 18 teams at the America Trophy - the MAISA Spring Co-Ed Dinghy Championships - this weekend at New York Maritime.
  • Washington College Sailing Competes in Two Regattas in Boston
    April 24, 2016
    The Washington College sailing team competed in two regattas in Boston this weekend, finishing 17th of 17 teams at MIT’s Boston Dinghy Cup and 16th of 18 team’s at Boston University’s George E. Morris Trophy.
  • Eric Siegel - Shoreman of the Week
    April 19, 2016
    Senior sailor Eric Siegel is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Siegel skippered Washington to a second-place finish in A Division and a third-place finish overall at The Grant Regatta over the weekend, qualifying the team for the Ameirca Trophy.
  • Washington College Sailing Third at Grant, Qualifies for America Trophy
    April 17, 2016
    The Washington College sailing team finished third of 17 teams at the Grant Regatta, hosted by Monmouth, this weekend. The top-six finish qualified Washington for the America Trophy, the MAISA Spring Co-Ed Dinghy Championships, to be held in two weeks at New York Maritime.
  • Washington College Sailing 6th at Team Race Challenge
    April 03, 2016
    The Washington College sailing team finished sixth of eight teams at the Team Race Challenge, hosted by Old Dominion, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Seventh at Two Regattas
    March 27, 2016
    The Washington College sailing team competed at a pair of regatta in the Hampton Roads area this weekend. Washington placed seventh of eight teams at Old Dominion’s Szambecki Team Race and seventh of eight teams at the Christopher Newport Invitational for the Hanbury Cup.
  • Washington College Sailing 5th in Own Team Race
    March 20, 2016
    The host Washington College sailing team finished fifth of six teams in the Washington College Team Race, held yesterday and today on the Chester River.
  • Washington College 11th at College of Charleston Spring Intersectional
    March 13, 2016
    The Washington College sailing team finished 11th of 14 teams at the College of Charleston Spring Intersectional this weekend.
  • Light Conditions Hamper Tom Noble Team Race
    March 06, 2016
    Light conditions on Saturday and even lighter conditions on Sunday prevented even a single round robin of racing to be completed at the Tom Noble Team Race, hosted by the Washington College sailing team. Without a full round robin of results, the regatta is not official.
  • Washington College Finishes 4th at Pirate Team Race
    February 28, 2016
    The Washington College sailing team finished fourth of six teams at the Pirate Team Race, hosted by Hampton University, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing 11th at Atlantic Coast Tournament
    November 15, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team closed out its fall regatta schedule by placing 11th of 16 teams at the Atlantic Coast Tournament, hosted by Connecticut College, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing 14th at America Trophy
    November 01, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team finished 14th of 18 teams at the War Memorial, the MAISA Fall Co-Ed Dinghy Championships, this weekend at Cornell. The top eight finishing teams at the regatta qualified for the Atlantic Coast Championships, while the next seven finishing teams - including Washington College - qualified for the Atlantic Coast Tournament.
  • Washington College Sailing 14th at Hoyt Trophy, 16th at Kings Point Dinghy Open
    October 25, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team finished 14th of 18 teams at Brown University’s Hoyt Trophy and 16th of 20 teams at Merchant Marine’s Kings Point Dinghy Open this weekend.
  • Eric Siegel - Shoreman of the Week
    October 20, 2015
    Senior sailor Eric Siegel is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Siegel skippered Washington to a dominant first-place finish in B Division at the Luce Regatta as the team qualified for the War Memorial.
  • Washington College Sailing Fourth at Luce Regatta, Qualifies for War Memorial
    October 18, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team finished fourth of 18 teams at the Luce Regatta, hosted by Old Dominion, this weekend. The top-six finish qualified the team for the War Memorial, the MAISA Fall Co-Ed Dinghy Championships, in two weeks at Cornell. Washington also placed sixth in the Central Fall Open, its only home regatta of the fall, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing 15th at Moody Trophy
    October 11, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team placed 15th of 18 teams at the Moody Trophy, hosted by the University of Rhode Island, this weekend.
  • Jesuit Open Interconference & Philly Fleet Race Canceled
    October 01, 2015
    This weekend's Jesuit Open Interconference sailing regatta, hosted by Fordham and Columbia, and Philly Fleet Race, hosted by the University of Pennsylvania, have been canceled due to the forecasted impacts of Hurricane Joaquin. The Washington College sailing team had been scheduled to compete at both regattas.
  • Washington College Sailing Competes at St. Mary's Interconference, Hood Trophy
    September 27, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team finished 16th of 18 teams at the St. Mary’s Interconference and 20th of 20 teams at the Hood Trophy, hosted by Tufts, this weekend.
  • Matt McDermaid - Shoreman of the Week
    September 22, 2015
    Junior sailor Matt McDermaid is this week's Shoreman of the Week. McDermaid competed in two regattas - separated by nearly 80 miles - for the sailing team this weekend and boosted the team's standing at the MAISA Central Fall Qualifier on Sunday.
  • Washington College Sailing 9th at MAISA Central Fall Qualifier
    September 20, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team placed ninth of 16 teams at the MAISA Central Fall Qualifier, hosted by Monmouth, and 18th of 20 teams at the Nevins Trophy, a three-division interconference regatta hosted by Merchant Marine, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Finishes 13th at Riley Cup
    September 13, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team finished 13th of 17 teams at the Riley Cup, hosted by Old Dominion, this weekend. Junior Alex Smith, meanwhile, represented Washington at the Laser Qualifier South, hosted by Navy and placed 18th of 20 sailors.
  • Sailing Season Preview
    September 02, 2015
    After four years as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Max Kurland ’11 has stepped into the role of head coach of the Washington College sailing team and will look to guide the team back to the top eight of MAISA during the 2014-15 academic year.
  • Cochran Named to 2014-15 MAISA All-Academic Team
    September 02, 2015
    Washington College sophomore crew Allison Cochran has been named to the 2014-15 Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association All-Academic Sailing Team.
  • Kurland Elevated to Head Coach of Sailing Team
    July 07, 2015
    Washington College Director of Athletics Dr. Bryan Matthews has announced the promotion of Max Kurland as the College’s new head sailing coach. Kurland, a graduate of the school, spent the past four seasons as an assistant coach for the team.
  • Blouin Stepping Down as Washington College Sailing Head Coach
    June 23, 2015
    Conner Blouin '10 is stepping down as head sailing coach at his alma mater, Washington College, after two seasons to accept another professional opportunity.
  • Sailing Announces 2015-16 Captains
    June 09, 2015
    Senior Eric Siegel and juniors Hannah Schmidt and Alex Smith have been named captains of the Washington College sailing team for the 2015-16 season.

  • Alex Smith - Shoreman of the Week
    May 12, 2015
    Sophomore sailor Alex Smith is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Smith skippered the sailing team to a first-place finish in A Division en route to a team regatta victory at the Jeremy Pinkerton Memorial Saturday.
  • Bridgette Hindt - Shorewoman of the Week
    May 12, 2015
    Freshman sailor Bridgette Hindt is this week's Shorewoman of the Week. As a crew, Hindt won A Division as the sailing team won the Jeremy Pinkerton Memorial on Saturday.
  • Washington College Sailing Finishes Season with Regatta Win
    May 09, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team finished its 2014-15 season with a first-place performance among four teams at the Jeremy A. Pinkerton Memorial at the Severn Sailing Association in Annapolis, Md. The regatta was finished in one day on Saturday.
  • Alex Smith - Shoreman of the Week
    May 05, 2015
    Sophomore sailor Alex Smith is this week's Shoreman of the Week. Smith skippered the sailing team to wins in all 12 B Division races as the team won the Salisbury Spring Open Gull Gust.
  • Washington College Sailing Wins Salisbury Open, Places 14th at America Trophy
    May 03, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team placed 14th of 18 teams at the America Trophy, the MAISA Co-Ed Spring Dinghy Championship, this weekend at Old Dominion. Washington also won the three-team Salisbury Spring Open Gull Gust, hosted by Salisbury University, in Ocean Pines, Md., this weekend.
  • Washington College Presents Annual Athletic Awards
    April 30, 2015
    The Washington College Athletics Department held its annual athletic awards ceremony tonight, honoring the top student-athletes for the 2014-15 academic year.
  • Washington College 10th at MAISA Spring Women's Championships
    April 26, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team placed 10th of 16 teams at the MAISA Spring Women’s Championships held yesterday and today at St. Mary’s College. Washington was also 17th of 18 teams at the Boston Dinghy Cup, co-hosted by Harvard and MIT, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing 19th at Navy Spring
    April 19, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team finished 19th of 20 teams at the Navy Spring this weekend in Annapolis. Fifth-ranked Georgetown won the regatta, followed by second-ranked Yale in second and fourth-ranked Stanford in third.
  • Washington College 5th at Team Race Challenge
    April 05, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team finished fifth of eight teams at the Team Race Challenge, hosted by Merchant Marine, this weekend. The top two finishing teams at the regatta qualified for the final two spots in next weekend's Prosser Trophy, the MAISA Team Race Championships.
  • Blouin Qualifies for Pan American Games
    March 23, 2015
    Washington College head sailing coach Conner Blouin, a 2010 graduate of the school, qualified for the 2015 Pan American Games by finishing second at the 2015 Sunfish US National Championship at Midwinters held Friday through Sunday at Melbourne Yacht Club in Melbourne, Fla. As the highest finishing American at the event, Blouin secured the country's lone qualifying spot in Sunfish Class for the Pan Am Games.
  • Washington College Sailing 6th in Own Team Race
    March 22, 2015
    The Washington College sailing team placed sixth of six teams in the Washington College Team Race held yesterday and today on the Chester River.
  • Washington College Sailing Opens Spring at John Jackson Team Race
    March 15, 2015
    After scheduled regattas were canceled due to icy conditions each of the previous two weekends, the Washington College sailing team finally opened its spring season this weekend at the John Jackson Team Race, hosted by Georgetown. Washington finished eighth of eight teams with a 1-13 head-to-head race record.
  • Tom Noble Team Race Cancelled
    March 03, 2015
    Icy conditions on the Chester River and more winter weather in the forecast has forced the cancellation of this weekend's scheduled Tom Noble Team Race hosted by the Washington College sailing team.
  • Pirate Team Race Cancelled
    February 25, 2015
    The Hampton Team Race, at which the Washington College sailing team was scheduled to open its spring season, has been canceled. The regatta was scheduled for this Saturday and Sunday in Hampton, Va.
  • Washington College Sailing 10th at War Memorial
    November 02, 2014
    The Washington College sailing team finished 10th of 18 teams at the War Memorial, the MAISA Fall Co-Ed Dinghy Championships, held yesterday and today at New York Maritime.
  • Washington College Sailing Places 7th at Kings Point Dinghy Open
    October 26, 2014
    The Washington College sailing team finished seventh of 20 teams at the Kings Point Dinghy Open, hosted by Merchant Marine, held yesterday and today. Washington was fifth in A Division and seventh in B Division.
  • Washington College Sailing Places Ninth at Ocean County Fall Open
    October 19, 2014
    The Washington College sailing team finished ninth of 18 teams at the Ocean County Fall Open this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Finishes Ahead of Four Ranked Teams at Moody Trophy
    October 12, 2014
    The Washington College sailing team finished eighth of 18 teams at the Moody Trophy, hosted by the University of Rhode Island this weekend, topping four nationally-ranked teams in the process.
  • Washington College Sailing Places 9th at MAISA Women's Fall Champs
    October 05, 2014
    The Washington College sailing team finished ninth of 14 teams at the MAISA Women's Fall Championships, hosted by Navy, and 14th of 18 teams at the Jesuit Open Interconference, hosted by Fordham and Columbia, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing 17th at St. Mary's Intersectional
    September 28, 2014
    The Washington College sailing team finished 17th of 18 teams at the St. Mary's College Intersectional this weekend.
  • Washington College Wins MAISA Central Fall Qualifier
    September 21, 2014
    The host Washington College sailing team won the 14-team MAISA Central Fall Qualifier by one point over second-place Navy this weekend on the Chester River. As the top four finishing MAISA Central teams at the regatta, Washington, Navy, University of Pennsylvania, and Villanova secured spots in the War Memorial, the MAISA Fall Co-Ed Dinghy Championships.
  • Washington College Sailing Opens Fall at Anderson Trophy
    September 14, 2014
    The Washington College sailing team open its fall season this weekend at the Anderson Trophy, an inter-conference regatta hosted by Yale University yesterday and today. Washington finished 18th of 18 teams at the regatta.
  • Sailing Season Preview
    September 04, 2014
    The 2013-14 Washington College sailing team exceeded tempered expectations. First-year head coach Conner Blouin '10 took over the reins of a program with no seniors in early September - a program which had missed out on qualifying for the ICSA/Gill Co-Ed National Championship first round for the first time since 2007. By spring, Blouin had the team right back where it belonged.
  • Washington College Head Sailing Coach Wins Silver at CORK OCR
    August 21, 2014
    Washington College head sailing coach Conner Blouin '10 won a silver medal in the Laser Radial Open at the CORK Olympic Classes Regatta held August 15th-20th in Kingston, Ont., Canada.


  • Washington College Presents Annual Athletic Awards
    May 02, 2013
    The Washington College Athletics Department held its annual athletic awards ceremony tonight, honoring the top student-athletes for the 2012-13 academic year.
  • WC Sailing Closes Out Season with 12th-Place Finish at Admiral's Cup
    April 20, 2013
    The Washington College sailing team completed its 2012-13 season Saturday with a 12th-place finish out of 15 teams at the Admiral's Cup, hosted by the United States Merchant Marine Academy. The regatta was scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, but favorable conditions on Saturday allowed for the completion of a full rotation of 15 races in each division in one day.
  • Waterfront Director John Wagner Announces Retirement
    April 19, 2013
    John Wagner '74 has announced he will retire from his post as Washington College's Waterfront Director - a position he has held for three decades - at the end of the fiscal year (June 30, 2013).
  • Washington College Sailing 9th at America Trophy, 2nd at MAISA Spring Open
    April 14, 2013
    The Washington College sailing team finished ninth of 18 teams at the America Trophy, the MAISA Spring Co-Ed Dinghy Championships, hosted by Navy this weekend. Washington missed qualifying for an ICSA Co-Ed Dinghy National First Round regatta by one spot; the top eight finishing teams received berths to nationals. Washington also placed second of 16 teams at the MAISA Spring Open, hosted by Merchant Marine, this weekend.
  • WC Sailing Finishes 8th at Prosser Trophy
    April 07, 2013
    The Washington College sailing team finished eighth of eight teams at the Prosser Trophy - the MAISA Team Race Championships - hosted this weekend in Geneva, NY, by Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
  • WC Sailing Goes Undefeated to Win Team Race Challenge
    March 24, 2013
    The host Washington College sailing team posted a perfect 18-0 head-to-head record to win the seven-team Team Race Challenge held yesterday and today on the Chester River. The performance qualified Washington, along with second-place Cornell, for one of the final two spots at the Prosser Trophy, the MAISA Team Race Championships, to be hosted in two weeks by Hobart and William Smith.
  • Washington College Sailing Finishes 18th at Truxtun Umsted
    March 17, 2013
    The Washington College sailing team finished 18th of 20 teams at the Truxtun Umsted, a four-division intersectional regatta hosted by the United States Navy Academy this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Takes Second in Own Team Race
    March 10, 2013
    The Washington College sailing team finished second of six teams in the Washington College Team Race, held on the Chester River yesterday and today.
  • Wall-to-Wall Spring Break Coverage
    March 08, 2013
    Spring break is the busiest week of the year for Washington College athletic teams and WashingtonCollegeSports.com and Goose Nation TV will have wall-to-wall in-progress coverage all week long.
  • WC Sailing 13th at Graham Hall Team Race
    March 03, 2013
    The Washington College sailing team finished 13th of 16 schools at the Graham Hall Team Race, held yesterday and today at the United States Naval Academy.
  • Washington College Wins Tom Noble Team Race
    February 24, 2013
    The Washington College sailing team opened its spring season by finishing first of six teams in its own Tom Noble Team Race, held yesterday and today on the Chester River.
  • Washington College Sailing Orders New Fleet of 18 Boats
    January 14, 2013
    The Washington College sailing team recently completed an order for a new fleet of FJ sailboats, the racing dinghy of choice for collegiate sailing. The FJ’s were ordered last week through Laser Performance out of Portsmouth, RI, and should be delivered by the end of March.
  • 2012 Most Amazing Performance - The Results
    January 02, 2013
    We asked you to vote for 2012's Most Amazing Performance in Washington College Athletics and you did. Check out which performance won.
  • Atlantic Coast Dinghy Championships Canceled
    November 05, 2012
    The Atlantic Coast Dinghy Championships, which the Washington College sailing team was scheduled to attend this weekend, have been canceled.
  • WC Sailing 7th at War Memorial, Qualifies for Atlantic Coast Championships
    October 28, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team finished seventh of 18 teams at the War Memorial - the MAISA Fall Co-Ed Dinghy Championships - this weekend at the United States Merchant Marine Academy. Washington was also ninth of nine teams at the Top Nine Invitational, hosted by New York Maritime, this weekend. The seventh-place finish at the War Memorial qualified the team for the Atlantic Coast Dinghy Championships, to be hosted by Merchant Marine in two weeks.
  • Washington College Sailing 7th at Kings Point Dinghy Open
    October 21, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team finished seventh of 20 teams at the Kings Point Dinghy Open, hosted by Merchant Marine, this weekend.
  • WC Sailing 9th in Washington College Open, 14th at Navy Fall Intersectional
    October 14, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team finished ninth of 11 teams in the Washington College Open, the team's only home regatta of the fall, and 14th of 18 teams at the Navy Fall Intersectional this weekend.
  • WC Sailing 12th at Hobart/William Smith; Bailey 13th at MAISA Men's Singles
    October 07, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team finished 12th of 16 teams at the Hobart/William Smith Fall Intersectional this weekend. In addition, sophomore Ryan Bailey placed 13th of 18 sailors at the Carl Van Duyne Trophy - the MAISA Men's Singles Championship - hosted by Navy this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing 12th at MAISA Women's Fall Championships
    September 30, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team finished 12th of 14 teams at the MAISA Women's Fall Championships, hosted by St. Mary's College, this weekend.
  • Bailey Qualifies for MAISA Men's Singles Championship
    September 23, 2012
    Washington College sophomore Ryan Bailey qualified for the Carl Van Duyne Trophy - the MAISA Men's Singles Championship - for the second consecutive year by finishing fourth of 18 sailors at the MAISA Laser Qualifier, hosted by the U.S. Naval Academy, this weekend. The Washington College sailing team also finished 14th of 18 teams at the St. Mary's Intersectional and 18th of 19 teams at the Hood Trophy, hosted by Tufts, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Fourth at Central Fall Qualifier #1
    September 16, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team qualifier for the War Memorial by finishing fourth of 18 teams at the MAISA Central Fall Qualifier #1 this weekend. Washington also competed at Merchant Marine's Nevins Trophy this weekend, finishing 16th of 20 teams.
  • Washington College Sailing Featured on Fox 21
    September 14, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team was featured on last night's newscast of FOX 21, which is based in Dover, DE, and Salisbury, MD.
  • Washington College Sailing Receives Votes in National Rankings
    September 13, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team received votes in this fall's first regular-season Sailing World National Co-Ed Top 20, released yesterday. Washington College received 12 vote-points, 13 behind the 20th team in the rankings - the University of Wisconsin.
  • Washington College Sailing Finishes Second at Riley Cup
    September 09, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team opened its season at two regattas this weekend, highlighted by a second-place finish among 17 teams at Old Dominion's Riley Cup. Washington also placed 11th of 17 teams at Yales's Anderson Trophy.
  • Nine to Enter WC Hall of Fame in October
    September 07, 2012
    Washington College will welcome nine new members to its Athletic Hall of Fame October 13th during an annual ceremony and dinner. The 1997 men's tennis team will also be honored at the event.
  • Washington College Sailing Season Preview & "Skipper's Eye View" Video
    September 07, 2012
    A preview of the upcoming Washington College sailing season with a "skipper's eye view" video from inside a boat during a practice.
  • Bedinger, Lawler Named Sailing Captains
    August 24, 2012
    Washington College head sailing coach Josh Putnam has announced that seniors Matt Lawler and Sam Bedinger will serve as the team's captains for the 2012-13 academic year.

  • Washington College Sailing 14th at ICSA Women's National Semifinal
    May 31, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team finished 14th of 18 teams at the ICSA Women's National Semifinal held yesterday and today in Austin, Texas. The top nine finishing teams from the regatta advanced to compete against nine pre-qualified teams in the ICSA Women's National Championship, which will begin later today.
  • Summer Can Wait for Women's Sailing
    May 23, 2012
    With Washington College's 229th annual commencement in the books, the school has officially transitioned into summer mode - but don't tell that to the six female members of the sailing team. Those half-dozen Shorewomen are busy practicing and preparing for the ICSA Women's National Semifinal and Championship be held May 30th through June 2nd at the Austin Yacht Club in Austin, TX.
  • Washington College Sailing 11th at ICSA Co-Ed Dinghy National Semifinal
    May 13, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team finished 11th of 18 schools in an ICSA Co-Ed Dinghy National Semifinal this weekend at the Naval Academy in Annapolis. T
  • Washington College Presents Annual Athletic Awards
    May 03, 2012
    The Washington College Athletics Department held its annual athletic awards ceremony tonight, honoring the top student-athletes for the 2011-12 academic year.
  • WC Sailing Finishes 7th at MAISA Women's, Qualifies for Women's Nationals First Round
    April 22, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team finished seventh of 12 teams at the MAISA Women's Spring Championships, hosted by Old Dominion, and ninth of 19 teams at the Admiral's Cup, hosted by Merchant Marine, this weekend. The seventh-place finish at the MAISA Women's Spring Championships qualified Washington for the first round of the ICSA Women's National Championships for the first time ever.
  • WC Sailing Qualifies for ICSA Nationals First Round with 7th-Place Finish at America Trophy
    April 15, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team qualified for the first round of the ICSA Co-Ed Dinghy National Championships for the fifth consecutive year by finishing seventh of 18 teams at the America Trophy - the MAISA Spring Co-Ed Dinghy Championships - this weekend at Hobart/William Smith. Washington also finished seventh of 16 teams at the MAISA Spring Open, hosted by Navy, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Places 7th at Prosser Trophy
    April 08, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team finished seventh of eight teams at the Prosser Trophy, the MAISA Team Race Championships, this weekend at St. Mary's College.
  • Washington College Sailing Ties for 8th at Southern New England Team Race
    April 01, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team finished tied for eighth among 12 teams at the Southern New England Team Race, hosted by Connecticut College, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing 15th at Boston Dinghy Cup
    March 25, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team finished 15th of 18 teams at the Boston Dinghy Cup, a three-division intersectional co-hosted by Harvard and MIT, this weekend.
  • WC Sailing Qualifies for Prosser Trophy with 2nd-Place Finish at Team Race Challenge
    March 18, 2012
    With a second-place finish at this weekend's Team Race Challenge, hosted by Merchant Marine, the Washington College sailing team has qualified for next month's Prosser Trophy, the MAISA Team Race Championships.
  • Washington College Sailing Wins 2-on-2 Team Race
    March 11, 2012
    The host Washington College sailing team won the Washington College 2-on-2 Team Race held yesterday and today on the Chester River. Washington also placed sixth of eight teams at Georgetown's John Jackson Team Race this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing 12th at Graham Hall Team Race
    March 04, 2012
    The Washington College sailing team finished 12th of 16 teams at the Graham Hall Team Race, hosted by Navy, this weekend.
  • WC Sailing 6th in Tom Noble Team Race
    February 26, 2012
    The host Washington College sailing team finished sixth of eight teams in the Tom Noble Team Race held yesterday and today on the Chester River.
  • 2011's Most Amazing Performances - The Results
    January 11, 2012
    We asked you to vote for the most amazing performance in Washington College Athletics for the 2011 calendar year and you did. What might be most amazing was the "get out the vote" effort by supporters of the women's tennis team, which finished first in this year's poll in a landslide.
  • Washington College Sailing Places 9th at War Memorial
    October 30, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team finished ninth of 18 teams at the War Memorial, the MAISA Fall Co-Ed Dinghy Championships, hosted by Navy this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Finishes 2nd at KP Dinghy Open
    October 23, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team finished second of 19 teams at the Kings Point Dinghy Open, hosted by Merchant Marine, and 18th of 18 teams at the Stu Nelson Women's, hosted by Connecticut College, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing 5th in own Open, 14th at Navy Fall
    October 16, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team finished fifth of 12 teams in the Washington College Open and 14th of 18 teams at the Navy Fall Intersectional this weekend.
  • Lack of Wind Wipes Out Faye Bennet Trophy ... Again
    October 10, 2011
    It was a lack of wind during the originally scheduled weekend for the Faye Bennet Trophy, the MAISA Women's Singles Championships, that resulted in Washington College freshman Mackenzie Needham (Shelter Island, NY/Shelter Island) getting a chance to compete in the regatta, but today it was a lack of wind that kept her from racing during the rescheduled regatta.
  • Bailey 6th at MAISA Men's Singles; Washington 9th at Hobart/William Smith
    October 09, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team faced both stiff competition and the challenge of still air and water this weekend at three regattas. Washington freshman Ryan Bailey finished sixth of 18 sailors at the MAISA Men's Singles Championships. Washington also finished ninth of 18 teams at the Hobart/William Smith Fall Intersectional.
  • WC Sailing 8th at MAISA Women's Fall Championships, 6th at St. Mary's Open
    October 02, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team placed eighth of 13 teams at the MAISA Women's Fall Championships (hosted by Cornell) and sixth of 16 teams at the St. Mary's Open for the Senator's Cup this weekend.
  • Members of British University Sailing All-Star Team Make Stop in Chestertown
    September 26, 2011
    Five members of a British University Sailing Association (BUSA) All-Star team on a month-long tour of the United States are practining today, tomorrow, and Wednesday with the Washington College sailing team.
  • Bailey Qualifies for MAISA Men's Singles Championship
    September 25, 2011
    Washington College freshman Ryan Bailey finished fourth of 19 sailors at the MAISA Laser Qualifier, hosted by Merchant Marine this weekend, to earn a spot in the Carl Van Duyne Trophy - the MAISA Men's Singles Championships. The WC sailing team also finished 13th of 21 teams at the Hood Trophy, hosted by Tufts, and 17th of 18 teams at the St. Mary's Intersectional this weekend.
  • VIDEO: Ryan Bailey Sailing at Nevins Trophy
    September 19, 2011
    Check out this short video of freshman sailor Ryan Bailey rounding the mark at the Nevins Trophy.
  • Washington College Sailing 13th at Nevins Trophy, 5th at Central Fall #1
    September 18, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team placed 13th of 20 teams at the Nevins Trophy, hosted by Merchant Marine, and fifth of 16 teams at the Central Fall #1, hosted by Ocean County College, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Opens Season at Three Regattas
    September 11, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team opened its 2011-12 season with team members competing at three regattas this weekend. Washington finished 18th of 20 teams at Yale's Anderson Trophy, had two sailors finish 13th and 19th, respectively, in a 20-sailor fleet at the Laser South, hosted by Navy, and had another sailor place 15th of 17 at the Navy Women's Radial Open.
  • Conner Blouin '10 Finishes Third at Olympic Classes Regatta
    September 08, 2011
    Conner Blouin, a 2010 Washington College graduate and two-time All-America honorable mention, finished third in the CORK Olympic Classes Regatta (OCR) Laser Radials event last month in Kingston, Ontario. Washington freshman sailor Ryan Bailey was 30th in the CORK OCR Lasers.
  • Conroy, Lawler Named Sailing Captains
    September 01, 2011
    Washington College head sailing coach Josh Putnam has announced that senior skipper Mildred Conroy and junior crew Matt Lawler will serve as the team's captains for the 2011-12 season.
  • Sailing Season Preview
    September 01, 2011
    After four consecutive berths in the Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) Co-Ed Dinghy National Semifinals, the Washington College sailing team returns a great deal of collegiate experience and welcomes perhaps its deepest-ever recruiting class.

  • Blouin Named to ICSA All-Academic Sailing First Team
    October 03, 2010
    2010 Washington College graduate Conner Blouin has been named to the 2010 Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) All-Academic Sailing First Team. The ICSA named nine sailors to the first team and another 10 to the second team.
  • Blouin Repeats as All-America Honorable Mention
    June 09, 2010
    Recently graduated Washington College skipper Conner Blouin has been named a 2010 Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) All-America honorable mention. This marks the second straight year Blouin has received that honor.
  • #13 WC Finishes 11th at ICSA Semifinal
    May 02, 2010
    The 13th-ranked Washington College sailing team saw its 2009-10 season come to a close this weekend with an 11th-place finish at an ICSA National Co-Ed Dinghy Semifinal regatta hosted by the College of Charleston.
  • Washington College Presents Annual Athletic Awards
    April 28, 2010
    The Washington College Athletics Department held its annual athletic awards ceremony tonight, honoring the top student-athletes for the 2009-2010 academic year.
  • #16 Washington 8th at Thompson Trophy
    April 25, 2010
    The 16th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished eighth of 18 schools at the Thompson Trophy, hosted by Coast Guard, this weekend. Senior skipper Conner Blouin and freshman crew Matt Lawler finished fifth in A Division for WC.
  • #16 Washington Finishes 6th at America Trophy
    April 18, 2010
    The 16th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished sixth of 18 teams at the America Trophy, the MAISA Spring Co-Ed Dinghy Championships, this weekend. The top eight finishing teams at the regatta - which was hosted by Cornell - qualified for the ICSA National Co-Ed Dinghy Semifinals. This is the third consecutive year Washington has qualified for the ICSA Semifinals.
  • #17 WC Finishes 8th at Prosser Trophy
    April 11, 2010
    The 17th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished eighth of eight teams at the Prosser Trophy, the MAISA Team Race Championships, hosted this weekend by New York Maritime.
  • #13 Washington 10th at Boston Dinghy Cup
    March 28, 2010
    The 13th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished 10th of 18 teams at the Boston Dinghy Cup, hosted by Harvard and M.I.T., this weekend. The co-ed intersectional regatta consisted of three divisions of dinghy sailing and featured 11 of the schools currently ranked in the Sailing World National Co-Ed Top 20.
  • #13 WC Finishes 17th at Truxtun Umsted
    March 21, 2010
    The 13th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished 17th of 20 teams at Navy's Truxtun Umsted regatta held yesterday and today.
  • #14 WC Wins Own 2-on-2 Team Race
    March 14, 2010
    The 14th-ranked Washington College sailing team won a sail-off against 12th-ranked Hobart/William Smith to break a tie at the top of the standings and win the Washington College 2-on-2 Team Race this weekend on the Chester River.
  • #15 WC Finishes 2nd at Eckerd Intersectional
    March 07, 2010
    The 15th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished second of 11 teams at the Eckerd Intersectional this weekend.
  • #15 Washington 4th in Tom Noble Team Race
    February 28, 2010
    The 15th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished fourth of eight teams in the Tom Noble Team Race. Washington hosted the regatta this weekend on the Chester River.
  • #15 WC 4th at Charleston Spring Intersectional
    February 21, 2010
    The 15th-ranked Washington College sailing team opened the spring 2010 season this weekend with a fourth place finish at the College of Charleston Spring Intersectional.
  • #16 WC Finishes 14th at Atlantic Coast Champs
    November 15, 2009
    The 16th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished 14th of 18 schools at the talent-laden Atlantic Coast Co-Ed Dinghy Championships, hosted by Harvard, this weekend.
  • #18 WC Finishes 6th at War Memorial
    November 01, 2009
    The 18th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished sixth of 18 teams at the War Memorial, the MAISA Fall Co-Ed Championships, hosted by St. Mary's this weekend. WC was also represented at Navy's Top Nine Invitational this weekend, finishing 16th of 17 teams overall.
  • #18 WC Finishes 12th at KP Dinghy Open
    October 25, 2009
    The 18th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished 12th of 20 schools at the Kings Point Dinghy Open hosted by Merchant Marine this weekend.
  • #8 WC Competes at Navy Fall, WC Open
    October 18, 2009
    The eighth-ranked Washington College sailing team finished 17th of 20 teams at the Navy Fall Intersectional, a four-division regatta, and ninth of 13 teams in the Washington College Open this weekend.
  • #8 Washington College 3rd at H/WS Fall
    October 11, 2009
    Sailing in its first regatta since rising eight spots to eighth in the Sailing World Co-Ed Top 20, Washington College finished third of 14 schools at the Hobart/William Smith Fall Intersectional this weekend.
  • #16 WC Finishes Fifth at Danmark Trophy
    October 04, 2009
    The 16th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished fifth of 20 teams at the Danmark Trophy, a co-ed intersectional hosted by Coast Guard, this weekend. Washington was also ninth of 12 teams at the Finger Lakes Women's Intersectional, hosted by Cornell.
  • #16 WC 4th at SMC Open, 13th at North Fall #1
    September 27, 2009
    Senior skipper Conner Blouin and freshman crew Matt Lawler won A Division for the second straight weekend to lead the 16th-ranked Washington College sailing team to a fourth-place finish out of 18 teams at the SMC Open for the Senator's Cup this weekend at St. Mary's College.
  • #17 Washington 2nd at Ocean County Fall Open
    September 20, 2009
    Senior skipper Conner Blouin turned in the 10th first-place divisional finish of his collegiate career as the 17th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished second of 18 teams at the Ocean County College Fall Open held this weekend in Toms River, NJ.
  • #17 Washington 5th at Anderson Trophy
    September 13, 2009
    The 17th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished fifth of 20 teams at the prestigious Anderson Trophy, a co-ed intersectional regatta hosted by Yale University, this weekend. Fourteen of the 20 schools competing at the regatta appeared in the Sailing World Preseason Top 20 and four others received votes in the poll, but were not ranked.
  • WC Sailors to Open Season Ranked 17th
    August 31, 2009
    The Sailing World Preseason Co-Ed College Rankings were released today and the Washington College sailing team will begin the fall 2009 season ranked 17th in the nation. Washington is coming off its first-ever appearance at the ICSA Co-Ed Dinghy National Championships.

  • Washington College Presents Annual Athletic Awards
    May 05, 2011
    The Washington College Athletics Department held its annual athletic awards ceremony tonight, honoring the top student-athletes for the 2010-11 academic year.
  • Washington College Sailing 12th at ICSA National Semifinal
    May 01, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team finished 12th of 18 teams in an ICSA Co-Ed National Semifinal regatta this weekend in Long Beach, CA. The top nine finishing teams in the regatta advanced to the ICSA Co-Ed National Championships.
  • Championship Weekend!
    April 29, 2011
    Six Washington College teams are competing in conference and national championship events this weekend. Check out these links to all the important information you need.
  • Washington College Sailing 17th at Admiral's Cup
    April 24, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team finished 17th of 17 teams at the Admiral's Cup, a three-division intersectional regatta hosted by the United States Merchant Marine Academy this weekend.
  • WC Sailing 8th at America Trophy, Qualifies for ICSA National Semifinals
    April 17, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team finished eighth of 18 schools at the America Trophy, the MAISA Co-Ed Dinghy Spring Championships, this weekend at St. Mary's College. The top-eight finish at the regatta qualified Washington for the ICSA Co-Ed Dinghy National Semifinals for the fourth year in a row.
  • Washington College Sailing Finishes 7th at Prosser Trophy
    April 10, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team finished seventh of eight teams at the Prosser Trophy, the MAISA Team Race Championships, held this weekend at Cornell.
  • Washington College Sailing Wins MAISA Central Qualifier
    April 03, 2011
    Host Washington College won the 10-school MAISA Central Qualifier by a 26-point margin this weekend on the Chester River. Washington (48 points), second-place Princeton (74), and third-place Stevens (84) qualified for the America Trophy, the MAISA Spring Co-Ed Dinghy Championships, by finishing in the top three.
  • "Flock Out" - Saturday, April 2nd
    March 31, 2011
    The Washington College Student Events Board is sponsoring a "Flock Out" this Saturday, April 2nd, as all nine Washington College varsity spring sports will be competing at home. A tailgate will be held on the Hodson green from 4:30 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.
  • Washington College Sailing Places 13th at Boston Dinghy Cup
    March 27, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team finished 13th of 19 teams at the Boston Dinghy Cup, a three-division co-ed intersectional hosted by MIT and Harvard, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Wins Team Race Challenge
    March 19, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team finished first of six schools at the Team Race Challenge, hosted by Cornell University. The first-place finish qualifies Washington for next month's Prosser Trophy - the MAISA Team Race Championships.
  • Washington College Sailing 2nd in Own 2-on-2 Team Race
    March 13, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team finished second of five schools in the Washington College 2-on-2 Team Race this weekend on the Chester River.
  • Washington College Sailing Competes at Graham Hall Team Race
    March 06, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team finished 15th of 16 teams overall at the Graham Hall Team Race, hosted by the U.S. Naval Academy yesterday and today.
  • Washington College Sailing 8th in Tom Noble Team Race
    February 27, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team finished eighth of eight teams in its Tom Noble Team Race this weekend on the Chester River. The regatta was scheduled as a two-day event, but Sunday's races were called off due to lack of wind after a lengthy delay.
  • WC Sailing Places 12th at College of Charleston Spring Intersectional
    February 20, 2011
    The Washington College sailing team opened its spring season with a 12th place finish out of 14 teams this weekend at the College of Charleston Spring Intersectional. Sophomore Sam Bedinger and senior Max Kurland were ninth in B Division.
  • Sailing Closes Out Fall with Fourth-Place Finish at Atlantic Coast Tournament
    November 14, 2010
    The Washington College sailing team closed out its fall schedule by finishing fourth of 16 schools at the Atlantic Coast Tournament, hosted by Bowdoin College, this weekend. Junior Mike Whitford and senior Max Kurland were second in A Division.
  • Washington College Sailing Places 2nd at SAISA/MAISA
    November 07, 2010
    The Washington College sailing team finished second of eight teams at the SAISA/MAISA regatta, hosted by College of Charleston, this weekend. Junior skipper Mildred Conroy and sophomore crew Matt Lawler won A Division.
  • WC Sailing Finishes 11th at War Memorial
    October 31, 2010
    The Washington College sailing team finished 11th of 18 teams at the War Memorial, the MAISA Fall Co-Ed Dinghy Championships, this weekend at Hobart/William Smith. The WAC sailors were also 16th of 17 teams at the Top Nine Invitational, hosted by Merchant Marine, this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Takes 3rd at Kings Point
    October 24, 2010
    Junior skipper Mike Whitford and senior crew Max Kurland won A Division to lead the Washington College sailing team to a third-place finish among 17 teams this weekend at the Kings Point Dinghy Open.
  • WC Sailing 8th in Washington College Open, 19th at Navy Fall
    October 17, 2010
    The Washington College sailing team hosted its lone home regatta of the fall this weekend, finishing eighth of 10 teams in the Washington College Open. Washington was also represented at the Navy Fall Intersectional this weekend, finishing 19th of 20 teams.
  • Washington College Sailing Finishes 14th at Moody Trophy
    October 10, 2010
    The Washington College sailing team finished 14th of 18 teams at the Moody Trophy, a co-ed intersectional regatta, hosted by the University of Rhode Island this weekend.
  • Washington College Sailing Places 8th at SMC Open
    October 03, 2010
    The Washington College sailing team finished eighth of 16 teams at the SMC Open for the Senator's Cup this weekend at St. Mary's College of Maryland.
  • #19 Washington College Sailing Finishes 12th at St. Mary's Intersectional
    September 26, 2010
    The 19th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished 12th of 18 teams at the St. Mary's Intersectional held this weekend in St. Mary's City, MD. Junior skipper Mike Whitford and senior crew Caroline Hill were eighth in A Division.
  • #19 Washington College Sailing Finishes Second at Central Fall #1
    September 19, 2010
    The 19th-ranked Washington College sailing team finished second of 18 teams at the Central Fall #1, hosted by Ocean County College, this weekend. The finish qualified Washington for the War Memorial, the MAISA Fall Co-Ed Championships.
  • Washington College 19th in Latest Sailing World Rankings
    September 16, 2010
    The Washington College sailing team is ranked 19th in the latest Sailing World National Co-Ed Top 20.
  • Washington College Sailing Finishes 10th at Anderson Trophy
    September 12, 2010
    The Washington College sailing team opened its fall schedule by finishing 10th of 20 teams at the Harry Anderson Trophy, hosted by Yale University, this weekend.
  • Sailing Season Preview
    September 09, 2010
    Coming off three consecutive berths in the ICSA Co-Ed Dinghy National Semifinals,, the Washington College sailing team is poised to remain among the top teams in the nation.
  • Hill Named Sailing Captain
    September 07, 2010
    Senior crew Caroline Hill has been named the captain of the Washington College sailing team, head coach Josh Putnam recently announced.