MIT Hosts First Midweek Tech Regatta

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – On Tuesday afternoon, 28 sailors in 14 boats from four different local colleges competed in MIT's first Midweek Tech Regatta of the season. A west wind at eight to 10 knots on the Charles River allowed for six races to be completed in a non-stop, no-rotation format.

Sam Madden and Hannah Duggan from Tufts University took top honors with 10 points, while the Engineers claimed the next four spots. Senior Neil Forrester (Falmouth, Mass.) and sophomore Angelique Nehmzow (Hong Kong) came in with 19 points, followed by senior Javier Ramos (San Juan, Puerto Rico) and freshman Priyanka Chatterjee (Columbus, Ga.), freshmen Zach Drach (Wilmington, N.C.) and Samantha Albright (Madison, Conn.), and freshmen Laura Dunphy (Shelburne, Vt.) and Bruno Faviero (Boca Raton, Fla.). Also competing for the Cardinal and Gray was junior David Rodriguez Fuentes (Tallahassee, Fla.) and freshman Brooke Winslow in addition to senior Omar Abudayyeh (Kalamazoo, Mich.) and freshman Christina Wettersten (Palo Alto, Calif.).

1. Sam Madden '15 and Hannah Duggan '15 Tufts  10 points 
2. Neil Forrester '12 and Angelique Nehmzow '14  MIT  19 
3. Javier Ramos '12 and Priyanka Chatterjee '15  MIT 26 
4. Zack Drach '15 and Samantha Albright '15  MIT  29 
5. Laura Dunphy '15 and Bruno Faviero '15  MIT  34 
6. James Downer '15 and Erin Bondy '15  Tufts  35 
7. Michael O'Brien '12 and Gianna Nebbia '16  Northeastern  42 
8. Becker Awqatty '14 and Moussa Didombi '16  Northeastern  42 
9. Luke Orchard '16 and Estelle Beguin '14  Northeastern  58 
10. David Rodriguez Fuentes '13 and Brooke Winslow '15  MIT  60 
11. Omar Abudayyeh '12 and Christina Wettersten '15  MIT  62 
12. Evan Gregory '16 and Lucas Scott '16  Northeastern  65 
13. Lilian Gong '12 and Jessica Fett '15  Wellesley  65 
14. Ann Walt Stallings '12 and Emily Grand Jean '15  Wellesley  69