Bowdoin’s sailing team competed in three events this past weekend—the Women’s Regis Bowl at Boston University, the Hood Trophy at Tufts, and the Chris Loder Trophy at the University of New Hampshire. 
Overall, Bowdoin placed fifth out of 16 teams at the Regis Bowl, seventh out of 19 at the Hood Trophy, and fifth out of 16 at the Loder Trophy. 
“We had all good events, and all good results,” said Coach Frank Pizzo. “All three competitions were on lakes, which are really shitty and tricky places to sail.” 
Lizzie Hamilton ’15 and Isabel Low ’13 competed in the A division at the Regis Bowl, placing fourth, while Courtney Koos ’16, Olivia Diserio ’16, and Elise Engquist ’15 competed in the B division, placing seventh. 
Michael Croteau ’15 and Charlotte Williamson ’15 competed in the A division at the Hood Trophy, and placed sixth. The Hood Trophy is an inter-conference regatta, and Pizzo said that there were teams there from all over the country.
“It was really competitive,” he said, “and a good breakout performance for [Croteau and Williamson].”
Peter Edmunds ’14 and Mae Speight ’13 finished 9th in the B division at the Hood Trophy. 
At the Loder Trophy, Sarah Fiske ’13 and Ayaka Okawa ’14 sailed in the A division while Phil Koch ’15, Tess Lemayer ’16, Erin Mullins ’16, and Kim Dempsey ’14 sailed in the B division.
Pizzo said that he has been happy with the team’s performance so far this season.
This upcoming weekend, the team will compete in the Hewitt Trophy at home, the Danmarck Trophy at the Coast Guard Academy, New England Women’s Singlehanded Champs at Connecticut College, the Connecticut College Invitational, and the Smith Trophy at MIT.