• 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.