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Sailing Season Concludes

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STANFORD, Calif. - Stanford sailing capped the 2018-19 season with an eighth-place finish at the Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) Gill Coed National Championships on Friday. 

In the third and final national championship event, Stanford finished the coed competition with 285 points. In the A division, skippers Romain Screve, Jack Parkin and Jacob Rosenberg, and crews Sammy Pickell and Kathryn Booker finished ninth with 155 points. Meanwhile, in the B division, skipper Wiley Rogers and crew Victoria Thompson, and skipper Telis Athansopoulos Yogo and crew Taylor Kirkpatrick combined to finish seventh with 130 points.

Booker was named coed ICSA All-American crew, while Screve, Rosenberg and Rogers were named honorable mention coed ICSA All-American skippers.

Stanford was third at the Match Race Nationals in November, while Christina Sakellaris won the national title at the women's singlehanded championships, and John Kirkpatrick (15th) was Stanford's top men's singlehanded finisher.

At the three ICSA national championships, the Cardinal women were 11th, while Stanford claimed bronze in the team race competition, and finished with another top-10 showing on Friday.

Stanford finished the 2017-18 season with a sweep of the Pacific Coast Collegiate Sailing Conference for the 10th straight season, won the Big Sail for the 14th consecutive year and had four sailors earn All-America honors.