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.
Sailing Takes Sixth at Dellenbaugh Women's Trophy
Sailing against one of the most competitive women’s fleets of the season, the GW sailing team took a sixth-place finish among 18 teams at the...
Sailing Heads to Brown for Dellenbaugh Trophy
SETTING SAIL: After competing in Team Race regattas for the last several weeks, GW sailing shifts its attention to one of the toughest women’s regattas...
Sailing Qualifies for Prosser Trophy
GW sailing officially qualified for the Team Race conference championship with a fourth-place finish at the Szambecki Team Race, one of three regattas the...
Sailing Geared Up for Big Weekend of Team Racing
SETTING SAIL: GW sailing is set for a busy weekend as the Colonials are headed to three Team Race regattas in what is the final weekend of competition in...
Sailing Posts Solid Team Race, Women’s Results
After spending spring break at Norfolk Yacht and Country Club, the GW sailing team returned to competition over the weekend with a couple of Team Race events...
Sailing Wins Woollum Team Race
The GW sailing team performed well in two regattas over the weekend, taking fifth against a strong inter-conference field at Navy Spring Women’s and...
Sailing Headed to Three Regattas
SETTING SAIL: GW sailing competes in a trio or regattas this weekend, sending a women's team to Navy and squads to team-racing regattas at St. Mary's College...
Sailing Wraps Busy Weekend
The GW sailing team had a busy and successful weekend as it hosted the GW Team Race at the Washington Sailing Marina, while also dedicating a boat to former ...