The 36th Lynne Marchiando Trophy

Summary

Saturday, April 1:

A brutally cold day with snow, rain, icing and breeze out of the NE and trending into the NNE. The Lynne Marchiando Trophy had a late report time but still managed to get in 58 races during the afternoon.

Many, many thanks to the team of NEISA alumni umpires led by Jeff Dusek and a plethora of MIT Sailing Team members switching out of the finish boat as their fingers and toes went numb. Detailed lists of all volunteers will follow tomorrow. Hugh Dougherty along with Steven Duncan ran the FJ line today. MIT Coaches Matt Lindblad and Mike Kalin shuttled substitutes out, swapped in finish line personnel and ran a coach boat.

Top half from today's rounds will be in a championship fleet and bottom half will be in consolation. Tomorrow will bring records forward from teams which teams have already sailed against and then teams will sail against teams which they have not yet met. Then, a complete round of seven flights on two race courses will be sailed.

-Franny Charles, MIT Sailing Master

Sunday, April 2:

Clearing skies with a NNW breeze at 5-10 held most of the day on the balmy Charles River for the final day of sailing. A completion round was sailed for both silver and gold with 4 flights in each against teams they had not yet met. Then a full round of 7 flights against all teams in their division. Total races sailed was 144 with each team sailing in 18 flights of races.

Dartmouth Big Green sailed away from a very tough field only losing twice on the last weekend of competition before the Fowle Trophy for the New England Championships next week at Tufts.

Hosting an event with two fleets of 24 colored FJs and 24 colored Fireflies was a monumental task that was a success only because of the huge number of volunteers. Umpires who braved the cold on Saturday and invoked instantaneous judging all weekend long were headed by Jeff Dusek. Thanks go out to Kelsey Wheeler, Sam Madden, Alec Ruiz Ramon, Will Bailey, Colin Smith, John Moulthrop, Solomon Tarlin, and Kate Wysocki.

MIT Sailors kept the scoring updated and took turns freezing to death on Saturday in the finish boats were- Stephen Duncan, Fiona McKellar, Connor Chung, Sara Caso, James Peraire-Bueno, Thacher Chamberlain, John Piotti, Tiffany Xi, Brooke McGoldrick, David Alfonso, Marcus Abate, Jorlyn LeGareck, Noa Yoder, Julia Cho, and Hugh Dougherty. Coaches Matt Lindblad and Mike Kalin did a monumental effort in keeping everything organized throughout the event.

The regatta's success is a great tribute to former MIT Varsity sailor Lynne Marchiando from the class of 1985.

Franny Charles, MIT Sailing Master

Final Results

#SchoolTeamRec.SkippersCrews
1DartmouthDartmouth CollegeBig Green12/2Robert Floyd '17Madeleine Cooney '17
Charles Lalumiere '17Rebecca McElvain '19
Duncan Williford '18Paige Clarke '20
Christopher Williford '19Sophie Kerr '17
Nathaniel Greason '17
2YaleYale UniversityBulldogs10/4Nicholas Baird '19Graceann Nicolosi '20
Ian Barrows '17Amelia Dobronyi '17
Joseph Kiss '17Isabelle Rossi De Leon '17
Malcolm Lamphere '18Chandler Gregoire '17
3Boston CollegeBoston CollegeEagles8/6Harry Koeppel '17Hannah Lynn '17
Erika Reineke '17Lily McGrath '18
Charles Sinks '18Allison Ferraris '17
4BowdoinBowdoin CollegePolar Bears7/7Matthew Kaplan '19Dana Bloch '17
Jack McGuire '17Hunter Moeller '17
William Hawk '18Louisa Lindgren '19
5Hobart & William SmHobart and William Smith CollegesStatesmen6/8Greiner Hobbs '18Anna Flaherty '20
Charles Miller '19Lindsey Kloc '19
Hector Guzman '20Maya Weber '20
6CharlestonCollege of CharlestonCougars5/9Stefano Peschiera '18Grace McCarthy '18
Jack Cusick '17Elizabeth Pemberton '18
Christophe Killian '18Chloe Dapp '17
Carter Cameron '19
McCloy Dickson '19
*7Roger WilliamsRoger Williams UniversityHawks4/10Martim Anderson '18Rebecca Anderson '18
Mackenzie Bryan '18Jennifer Agell '19
Stewart Draheim '16Riley Eger '17
Michael McBrien '18
**8TuftsTufts UniversityJumbos4/10John Rolander '17Emily Shanley-Roberts '18
Scott Barbano '17Leah Fletcher '17
Alexander Tong '17Ian Morgan '19
Florian Eenkema Van Dijk '19
Lara Dienemann '18
Aaron Klein '18
9MITMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyEngineers13/1Ty Ingram '18Paige Omura '17
Trevor Long '19Lisa Sukharev-Chuyan '16
Cutter O'Connell '18Trevor Long '19
Alexander Stewart '17Sameena Shaffeeullah '19
Jordan Ladd '17
10HarvardHarvard UniversityCrimson9/5Nick Sertl '18Nomin-Erdene Jagdagdorj '17
Nick DiGiovanni '19Pryiscilla Russo '17
Dylan Farrell '18Julia Lord '17
Nicholas Karnovsky '19Kevin Coakley '18
b11Coast GuardU. S. Coast Guard AcademyBears8/6Nikole Barnes '17Austin Lettengarver '19
Dana Rohde '18Anna Morin '19
Mack Fox '20Maddie Ekin '20
c12StanfordStanford UniversityCardinal8/6Reinier Eenkema Van Dijk '17Taylor Kirkpatrick '20
Will La Dow '18Kathryn Booker '19
Jacob Rosenberg '20Sarah Placek '18
d13EckerdEckerd CollegeTritons6/8Jason D'Agostino '17Sabine Zinserling '20
Andrew Schoene '18Kim Kusminsky '19
Karl Rasmus Sayre '19Caroline Puckette '20
e14Boston UniversityBoston UniversityTerriers6/8Ravi Parent '18Caroline Salas '18
Robby Gearon '19Lexi Pline '19
Reed Lorimer '18Andrew Reed '18
Josh Dochoda '20Charles Honke '20
Alex Moreno '19
Reed Lorimer '18
15Rhode IslandUniversity of Rhode IslandRams4/10Dakota Northrup '19Kathryn Nota '19
Brendan Read '19Ellis Havelock '18
Peter Girard '18Lauren Richards '19
Delaney Bamford '20Ryan Geib '19
16BrownBrown UniversityBears2/12Franco Bilik '18Emily Ito '19
Patrick Shanahan '19Olivia Lord '17
Sam Alexander '18Eric Xiao '17
Quinn Andersen '18Marina Cano '17
Sym.Explanation
*Number of races won when tied teams met (2)
**Number of races won when tied teams met (0)
bTotal points scored when tied teams met (19)
cTotal points scored when tied teams met (23)
dTotal points scored when tied teams met (20)
eTotal points scored when tied teams met (22)