Behind an impressive senior class, GW sailing has taken its place on the national stage
Colonials finish seventh in Eastern Semifinal
Colonials will compete in all three national championships over the next 11 days
GW has qualified for all three spring ICSA national championships for the first time in program history
Colonials take second place at Prosser Trophy to earn first-ever nationals berth in Team Racing
2016-2017: Earned honorable mention coed All-American skipper honors as GW finished the season with a second top-15 finish ... Named 2nd Team All MAISA Skipper ... 8th at Gill Coed National Championship, June 2 ... 3rd at MAISA Conference Championship America Trophy, April 30 ... 8th at Thompson Trophy, April 16 ... 5th at Prosser Trophy, April 9 ... 5th at Admiral Moore Team Race, March 26 ... 4th at Navy Team Race, March 19 ... 4th at St. Mary's Team Race, March 12 ... 5th at Bob Bavier Team Race, March 5 ... 4th at War Memorial, Oct. 30 ... 5th at Truxtun Umsted, Oct. 16 ... 5th at St. Mary's Fall Interconference, Sept. 25 ... 5th at Nevins Trophy, Sept. 18.
2015-2016: Helped GW qualify for the ICSA Championship for the first time in program history... 8th at Navy Spring, April 16...8th at MAISA Team Race Championship/ Capt. Prosser Trophy, April 9...15th at Coed Atlantic Coast Championship, Nov. 14...3rd at War Memorial, Oct. 31...7th at Truxtun Umsted, Oct. 17...15th at Moody Trophy, Oct. 10...8th at Hatch Brown Trophy, Sept. 19...2nd at Jack Boehringer '52 Memorial Regatta, Sept. 12.
2014-2015: 11th at America Trophy/MAISA Dinghy Champs, May 2...5th at Navy Spring, April 18...7th at Captain "Joe" Prosser Trophy, April 11...2nd at MAISA Team Race Challenge, April 4...1st at Washington College Team Race, March 21...2nd at GW Team Race, March 7...3rd at Frank Mendleblatt Team Race, Feb. 28...3rd at Atlantic Coast Tournament, Nov. 15...13th at War Memorial, Nov. 1...17th at Navy Fall, Oct. 18...2nd at MAISA South Dinghy Fall Qualifier, Oct. 4...13th at St. Mary's Fall Inter-Conference, Sept. 27...7th at Harry Anderson Jr. Trophy, Sept. 13.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Saint Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, FL...competed in the Fleet Race Nationals and Team Race Nationals between 2010-2014...finished in third place at the 29er Youth National Championship between 2011-2013...came in third place at the 29er National Championship in 2012 and finished in second place in 2013.
PERSONAL: Born in For Lauderdale, FL...parents are Lisa and Are Friesecke...majoring in Systems Engineering.
Sailing Qualifies for Finals at Women's Nationals
NORFOLK, Va. – For the fourth straight season the GW women’s sailing team is headed to the finals of the ICSA Women’s National Championship...
Sailing Heads to ICSA Nationals
SETTING SAIL: The GW sailing team begins an 11-day stint in Norfolk, Virginia for the Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) National Championships on...
Sailing Qualifies for Coed Nationals
The GW sailing team made history over the weekend as it qualified for Coed Nationals by virtue of a seventh-place finish at the Americas Trophy, marking the ...
Sailing Qualifies for ICSA Women's Nationals
The GW women’s sailing team successfully qualified for the ICSA National Championship this weekend by finishing fifth at the MAISA Spring Women’s...
Sailing Set to Defend MAISA Women’s Championship
SETTING SAIL: The GW sailing team is set to compete in a trio of regattas this weekend with the highlight being the MAISA Spring Women’s Championship, ...
Sailing Wins GW Women's Invite
The GW sailing team closed its regular season last weekend by competing in three regattas with the highlight coming at the GW Women’s Invite which the ...
Sailing Set for Three Fleet Race Regattas
SETTING SAIL: The GW sailing team shifts its attention back to Fleet Racing a week after it successfully qualified for the Team Race National Championship...
Sailing Qualifies for Team Racing Nationals
ITHACA, N.Y. – The GW sailing team made program history this weekend by finishing second at the Prosser Trophy at Cornell, and thus qualifying for the ...