Paris Henken, Elizabeth Mignon and Annabel Carrington dominated the B-Division of the championship Navy Fall Women’s on both Saturday and Sunday to push the top-ranked sailing team of College of Charleston to a 14-point win over the Brown.
On Saturday, the Cougars register the victory on the North Points #4 to close one stronger sailing weekend.
Cougars got a win with 24 points in the North Points #4 and edged out at the second-place South Carolina by two points. Charlie Morano (Junior) skippered the Cougars to the A-Division top with 14 points with senior crew Marissa Bamonte. In the second B-Division, the skipper of sophomore Patrick Shannon and crew Laura Masterson of sophomore finished the event first, with 10 points.
The Cougars closed the weekend with a return win at the Navy Fall Women’s (NFW) on Sunday after entering into third and losing first-place Yale by 30 points. Mignon and Henken, Carrington delivered a fascinating and dominating performance with the margin of 35-point margin to get the victory in B-Division.
For the fourth game in a sequence, College of Charleston required overtime to take a decision, however, the golden goal team from Alyssa Beck elevated the team to get a win of 2-1 over Towson in Mount Pleasant.
The Citadel was pulled by Cierra Skyers (5-8, 0-5 SoCon) in the 79th minute even at 1-1, but Sayres McKenna of Western Carolina in the 89th minute found the back of the net to claim a win of 2-1 at Cullowhee, N.C.
After winning the event with a good margin, the team members are extremely excited, as they should be. One of them said, this is celebration time, we did hard work and it brought the result, in the form of victories and to cherish celebration has to be done.