Honor recognizes excellence in the classroom and in competition
Final day of racing gets underway Friday at 10:30 a.m. PT
Colonials need a top-9 finish to advance to the finals
John Pearce named Coach of the Year
Colonials successfully defend fall conference championship
GW Sailing Women's Dellenbaugh Trophy (4/4-4/5) Photos by Rob Migliaccio
2014-2015: 16th at Sperry ICSA Women's National Championship, May 27...10th at Sperry Women's Eastern Semifinal, May 25...10th at MAISA Women's Dinghy Championships, April 25...10th President's Trophy, April 18...9th at Dellenbaugh Women's Trophy, April 4...15th at St. Mary's Women's, March 21...12th at Charleston Women's, Feb. 28...18th at Atlantic Coast Women's Championship, Nov. 15...14th at Stu Nelson, Oct. 25...17th at Navy Fall Women's, Oct. 11...8th at MASA Women's Fall Dinghy, Oct. 4...13th at Riley Cup, Sept. 13.
2013-2014: 8th at MAISA Women's Championship, April 19...11th at Owen, Mosbacher and Knapp Trophies, April 12...17th at Emily Wick Trophy, April 5...18th at St. Mary's Women's Inter-Conference, March 15...17th at Navy Women's, March 8...7th at ODU Spring Open, March 1...17th at Women's Atlantic Coast Championship, Nov. 16...8th at KP Dinghy Open, Oct. 26...13th at Navy Fall Women's, Oct. 12...7th at MAISA Women's Fall Championship, Oct. 5...9th at Maritime Fall Open, Sept. 21...13th at Riley Cup, Sept. 14.
2012-2013: 8th at MAISA Women's Spring Dinghy, April 20...11th at MAISA Spring Open, April 13...5th at MAISA/SAISA, March 23...2nd at CNU Women's, March 16...8th at ODU Spring Open, March 2...3rd at Brennan Russell Memorial, Nov. 10...9th at North Fall #2 Qualifier, Oct. 13...10th at MAISA Women's Fall Dinghy Champs, Sept. 29...3rd at Princeton Women's Fall Open, Sept. 22.
HIGH SCHOOL: Sailed at Stonington Harbor Yacht Club (2009-10).
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 24, 1994 in Hartford, CT ... Daughter of Frederick and Nancy NcNomee ... Has two older sisters, Emma Kate and Abigale.
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Sailing Set to Chase Another Title
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Sailing to Compete for MAISA Women’s Championship
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Sailing Heads to Truxtun Umsted Regatta
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Sailing Takes Fourth at Navy, Hobart & William Smith
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