Bowdoin sailing once again held its own in three regattas last weekend.

The highlight of the weekend was the Nicholas J. Barnett Trophy regatta, hosted by Bowdoin. The coed team finished in a very close second place, just one point behind Dartmouth.

At the Navy Fall Women's intersectional, the women's team came in 11th out of 17 teams, finishing with a total of 195 points. In the Storm Trysail regatta, the team finished in fifth place.

These performances came on the heels of another set of challenging regattas the previous weekend.

Bowdoin hosted the Hewitt Trophy, finishing sixth with a total of 150 points.

"We managed to hang really well with the competition," said Jimmy Rohman '13. "Despite sheets of rain both days, it was great to race at Bethel Point and have friends come down to support us."

The coed team sailed in the competitive Danmark Trophy, finishing in 17th place.

"The Danmark is an event that teams need to qualify for, so it is the top 20 teams in the country," wrote Alex Brown '13 in an email to the Orient. "Qualifying for it was pretty exciting this year."

At the Charles River Invitational, the women's team finished third out of 15 teams. Kaylee Schwitzer '15, who was named New England Intercollegiate Sailing Association Sailor of the Week earlier this year, finished 14th in the women's singles regatta.

"This fleet included some names that are legendary in college sailing, some of whom are currently training for the Olympics," wrote Brown, "so we are pretty proud of Kaylee."

-Compiled by Christine Parsons.