Philip Crain
Philip Crain
Height: 5-8
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Houston, Texas
High School: St. John's School
Major: Mechanical Engineering

2012-13: Competed in 14 regattas as a skipper and recorded two solo performances...named to the All-NEISA Coed Skipper second team...selected the NEISA Coed Sailor of the Week (10/24) after finishing atop the standings of the B Division of the Hoyt Trophy (10/21), which MIT won...helped the B Division boat finish 12th at the ICSA Dinghy National Championship as MIT ranked 14th overall (5/30)...captured third place in the B Division of the NEISA Dinghy Championship (4/14)...finished sixth in the B Division of the ICSA Western Semifinal (4/28)...claimed sixth place at the NEISA Men's Singlehanded Championship (9/23)...ranked 11th at the New England Team Race Championship (5/5)...was the runner-up in the B Divisions of the Hatch Brown Trophy (9/16), Danmark Trophy (9/30), and Erwin Schell Trophy (10/28)...finished fourth in the B Division of the Boston Dinghy Club Challenge Cup (3/24) and secured the same spot in the D Division of the Truxton Umstead Trophy (3/17).

2010-11: Competed as a skipper in six regattas, crew in four, and had two solo performances...captured eighth place at the Singlehanded New England Qualifier (9/26)...finished third as an individual in the D Division of the Navy Fall Intersectional (10/17)...skipper of the C Division boat that finished first at the Oberg Trophy (10/24)...crew of B Division boat that placed eighth at the Erwin Schell Trophy (10/31)...skipper of boat that finished fifth at the Hap Moore Team Race (11/7)...crew of B Division boat that placed 14th at the Atlantic Coast Dinghy Championship (11/13)...skipper of boat that clinched first place at the Mendelblatt Team Race...crew of A Division boat that finished 14th at the NEISA Coed Dinghy Championship.

On Dry Land at MIT: Majoring in mechanical engineering with a minor in management...completed an internship with the management consulting company Arthur D. Little in 2011...worked in the MIT Laboratory for Manufacturing and Productivity with the Environmentally Benign Research Group...Kappa Sigma.

High School: A 2008 graduate of St. John's School...Texas Youth Sailor of the Year (2006)...Jimmy Talbott Sportsmanship and Sailing Excellence Award (2007)...National Merit Commended Student.