The Hatch Brown Trophy


Saturday, September 18:

Breathless all day long. Competitors went out four different times with nothing sustainable. All competitors must do the wind jig in the morning... This event is in honor of Boston University's star A division sailor and captain who won A Division at Naionals for the Terrriers back in his day. Hatch was instrumental as the third Sailing Master at MIT and was responsible for teaching tens of thousands of MIT students how to sail. Hatch enjoyed spending the winter months teaching skating at the rink and fly fishing at the pool to generations of MIT students. His tireless efforts on behalf of NEISA should also be noted as Hatch served as scheduling coordinator and in the role of our current Commissioner during his 29 year career.

Franny Charles MIT Sailing Master

Sunday, September 19:

A ENE breeze at 5-8 knots eventually went wonky as the day progressed. Five races were completed in all divisions.Congratulations to the Bulldogs of Yale who prevailed over Roger Williams with some very tight finishes on a truly bizarre 'don't let the boom hit you in the head' sort of day on the rivah.

Shawn Harvey with Sonia Lingos-Utley took A Division honors while Yale teammates Jack Egan and Anisha Arcot won C Division. Cameron Wood with Emily Gildea dominated B Division for the Roger Williams Hawks. Oaklin Keefe and Pedro de Vasconcellos Oporto volunteered their afternoon to record finishes and move marks all day long. Wally Corwin was handling the boats and dock scene for the competitors. Many thanks to the parents and spectators who stayed completely isolated from the players this weekend.

Score summary

2Roger WilliamsHawks28162670
3DartmouthBig Green195333105
*5Connecticut CollegeCamels344841123
*6Boston UniversityTerriers313854123
7BowdoinPolar Bears354050125
8Boston CollegeEagles414745133
10BrownBears 1513652139
11Coast GuardBears533356142
12MITEngineers 2664339148
13MITEngineers 1645237153
14Rhode IslandRams696546180
15BrownBears 2725861191
16Salve ReginaSeahawks654586196
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

The following chart shows the relative rank of the teams as of the race indicated. Note that the races are ordered by number, then division, which may not represent the order in which the races were actually sailed.

The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.

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