Golub, Kennedy, Strachan and White recognized for academic and athletic excellence
27 Achieve 4.0 GPA; Dean's List and A-10 Honor Roll Student-Athletes Honored
Colonials to compete in MAISA Match Race Championship, MAISA Women’s Fall Dinghy
Senior takes third at the Carl Van Dyne; Colonials finish fifth at Navy Fall Women's
Colonials finish fifth at Kings Point, sixth at Susan Rogers Memorial
2016-2017: 14th at Admirals Cup, April 23 … 4th at GW Team Race, March 5 … 7th at MAISA Match Race Championship, Oct. 23 … 7th at Carl Van Duyne MAISA Singles, Oct. 9 … 8th at KP Dinghy Open, Oct. 2.
2015-2016: 2nd at Robert P. Arrigan Memorial Regatta, April 23...6th at MAISA Match Race Championship, Oct. 24...11th at Truxtun Umsted, Oct. 17...8th at MAISA Laser Eliminator, Sept. 26...12th at Riley Cup, Sept. 12.
2014-2015: 13th at Admiral's Cup, April 25...4th at The Hanbury Trophy, March 28...2nd at GW Team Race, March 7...10th at Navy Fall, Oct. 18...9th at Jesuit Open, Oct. 4...15th at Laser South, Sept. 13.
2013-2014: 12th at America Trophy, April 26...5th at Admiral's Cup, April 19...5th at Robert P. Arrigan Memorial Regatta, April 12...5th at MAISA Team Race Challenge, March 29...16th at Graham Hall Team Race, March 15...6th at John Jackson Team Race Regatta, March 8...5th at The Tom Noble Team Race, March 1...8th at KP Dinghy Open, Oct. 26...9th at Carl Van Duyne, Oct 12...16th at SMC Fall Inter-Conference, Sept. 28...20th at 64th Nevins Trophy, Sept. 21...6th at Laser South, Sept. 14.
HIGH SCHOOL: 1st Place, Mid Atlantic High School Singlehanded Championships, Laser Class... 5th Place, 2012 US Sailing Men's Singlehanded Championships, Laser Class...61st Place, 2013 ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami, Laser Class.
PERSONAL: Born June 13, 1995 in East Willinston, NY...Son of Melissa and Lawrence Kennedy...Brother of Lawrence Declan Kennedy and sister of Lillian Kennedy...His hobbies include playing Ice Hockey and Lacrosse and being involved in musical theatre and stage crew...Colin aspires to work in the Marine Engineering field and win an Olympic Gold medal in sailing.
Colonials of the Week: GW Sailing and Logan Lowe
A busy weekend for GW athletics was highlighted by a pair of championship performances. The GW sailing team won the MAISA Women’s Fall Dinghy, which...
Sailing Wins MAISA Women’s Fall Dinghy
For the third time in program history, the GW sailing team stands as conference champions as the Colonials outpaced a 16-team field to win the MAISA Women...
Sailing Takes 11th at Truxtun Umsted Regatta
ANNAPOLIS, Md.– Facing a national field in the four-division Truxtun Umsted at Navy last weekend, the GW sailing team recorded an 11th-place finish...
Legault Headed to ICSA Singlehanded Nationals
For the third consecutive year, junior Riley Legault will represent GW in the ICSA Singlehanded National Championship which is set to be held at the...
Sailing Set to Chase Another Title
A week after winning the MAISA women’s championship, the GW sailing team will chase another title as it heads to the War Memorial hosted by Hobart and ...
Sailing to Compete for MAISA Women’s Championship
The GW sailing team is set for championship racing this weekend as it heads to SUNY Maritime to compete in the MAISA Women’s Fall Dinghy, which serves ...
Sailing Heads to Truxtun Umsted Regatta
After three consecutive weekends in which the GW sailing team competed in four different regattas, the Colonials get a relative respite as they head to just ...
Sailing Takes Fourth at Navy, Hobart & William Smith
The GW sailing team took a pair of fourth-place finishes at the Navy Fall Women’s and Arnoff at Hobart & William Smith to highlight last weekend’...