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AHOY EVERYONE! The Drexel Sailing Team's spring season is in full swing. There's a lot of exciting content in this issue of "From the top of the Mast," from our spring break training trip, to new officers, to sailing apparel. So, what are you waiting for? Read on and enjoy!
The full issue can be viewed here: From the Top of the Mast Vol 2 No. 1
Alumni Relations Chair
I’d like to start by thanking last year’s officers for a great year. Your dedication and commitment is invaluable and our new officers are looking forward to working with you as we transition responsibilities. It’s my pleasure to announce the 2012 Drexel Sailing Team Officers:
President: Stephen Ciccariello
Club Manager: Joan Boyle
Treasurer: Chris Myers
Regatta Manager: Melanie Musso
Equipment Manager: Jakub Tyczynski
Secretary: Natalie Launchi
As President, I am looking forward to working closely with Coach Doug Brown, Assistant Coach Drew Bergan, our Alumni, our officers, and Drexel University to insure the continued success of our team. Keep an eye on www.drexelsailing.com in the next few weeks for our 2012 regatta schedule as well as information on how to order some Drexel Sailing gear!
President, DU Sail
AHOY EVERYONE! The Drexel Sailing Team has been having a great fall season. We have 5 new additions to the team so far – Rob, Melanie, Kuba, and Alex – thank you for your interest; we look forward to working with you! We have attended quite a few regattas since the last issue of the newsletter. Unfortunately our season is quickly coming to a close with only 2 regattas left to attend! We will be at Hampton College for the Henry Luce on 10/29 – 10/30 and at Fordham and Columbia for the Club Championships on 11/5 – 11/6 which we qualified for at the Central Qualifier #2. In this issue, you can find regatta reports written by our very own Drexel sailors of each regatta we have attended so far.
The full issue can be viewed here: From the Top of the Mast No. 2
Joan Boyle – Alumni Relations Chair
WELCOME! – to the first issue of “From The Top of the Mast,” the bi-weekly Drexel Sailing Team newsletter! This newsletter will be your source for anything Drexel Sailing – whether it is a regatta report from a recent regatta or what the team is up to around campus, you’ll be able to find it here! I would like to thank all of our wonderful officers and other volunteers for helping me put this newsletter together. It’s something I’ve been talking about for a while and I’m really happy that it’s finally coming to fruition! There wouldn’t be anything to read if it wasn’t for all their hard work; so again, thank you! We wouldn’t be where we are today if it wasn’t for the dedication of past and present team members. I hope this newsletter is a little something we can give back to you in return. Thank you everyone –friends, family, team, and alumni – for everything you do for Drexel Sailing; your devotion is what keeps are team moving forward. Happy reading!
The full issue can be viewed here: From the Top of the Mast No. 1
Joan Boyle – Alumni Relations Chair
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First off, I would like to say thank you to the last officers for all your hard work you have generously given to the team this past year. It is my honor to announce the new officer positions:
President: Jason Sinclair
Club Manager: Stephen Ciccariello
Regatta Manager: Erin MacCausland
Treasurer: Gabe Moyer
Equipment Manager: Andrew Cebulski
Secretary: Chris Myers
I will be working closely with these team members, Drexel University, and MAISA to expand the team to a stronger organization known throughout the sailing community. High goals will be set and followed upon for the upcoming winter. As the season ends, I would like to wish you all Happy Holidays. Please enjoy your time at home with family and friends.
Drexel Sailing Team- President
It is our pleasure to announce that the Drexel Sailing Team has hired Doug Brown as head coach. A few of Doug's accomplishments: He is a US Sailing Level II sailing coach working toward his Level III. Recently he was head coach of the Monmouth Sailing Team (2007-2009) building the program into a competitive club team. He has a rich and diverse sailing background with national campaigns in several boats including Jet-14, Force 5, Sunfish, and Stars to name a few and an Olympic campaign in the Finn class. Doug continues as Director of Sailing at Pocono Lake Preserves, a position which he has held since 2005. In addition to his sailing background, Doug has a very strong coaching background in hockey. He's been an active coach for 20 years at nearly every level, including pee-wee, college, and adult teams. Currently, Doug runs his own power skating program . Over the next couple weeks, the team officers and Rona will be working closely with Doug to transition into the head coach position. We look forward to a successful Fall 2010 season and many future seasons with Doug. The officers thank those who helped in the selection process for your gracious support of the Drexel Sailing Team. For any questions, please contact the President, Jennifer Mislinski, at email@example.com. Doug Brown can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sincerely, The Drexel Sailing Team Officers
Webb InstituteEngineer’s CupMay 14 - 15, 2010On May 14, 2010 Drexel Sailing Team members Joan Boyle ('14), Colby Weingarten ('10), Jason Sinclair ('13), and Stephen Ciccariello ('13) headed over to beautiful Glen Cove, NY to sail at the Webb Institute for their annual Engineer's Cup. On Saturday morning the team was greeted by high winds and rolling waves. Despite the conditions the teams were sent out and the regatta begun. As the day progressed winds slowly died considerably but a full day of racing was still completed. Day 2 did not bring the winds needed to hold the regatta and after sending the B division out for two races that were in the end thrown out, racing for the day was abandoned. Bad luck and a few poor races put the team in 6th place overall but the team sailed great and is showing signs of improvement! Unfortunately, this regatta concludes the team's spring season. Congrats to all who sailed and congrats to the entire team for a fantastic spring season! Thank you all for your continuing support! -Joan Boyle ('14)