Colonials Look to Build Momentum at Midway Point of Fall Season
DelBello Leads Colonials to Solid Showing at Competitive Coed Regatta
Colonials Receiving Votes in Both Coed, Women's Rankings
Sophomore to Race for MAISA Laser Title and Berth in ICSA Nationals
Colonials Set to Show Off Spring Break Improvements
2014-2015: 17th at Navy Fall, Oct. 18…5th at Tom Curtis Memorial Regatta, Oct. 11.
2013-2014: 13th at Maritime Fall Open, Sept. 21.
2012-2013: 10th at North Fall #2 Qualifier, Oct. 13.
HIGH SCHOOL:Earned Rye Country Day's Coaches Awards in both varsity hockey and sailing.
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 21, 1994 in Toronto, Ontario ... Son of Scott and Alexandra Ince ... Mother Alexandra ran track at Queen's University in Ontario ... Has younger sister, Sarah.
Sailing Finishes Fifth at Charleston Women’s Regatta
The GW sailing team opened its spring season by finishing fifth at the Charleston Women’s Regatta hosted by College of Charleston, which will also...
Sailing Returns to the Water This Weekend
SETTING SAIL: GW sailing returns to the water to begin the spring season this weekend as the women’s team heads to South Carolina for the Charleston...
Catching up with Colin Kennedy
The senior sailor discusses his internship with the America's Cup
Sailing Concludes Fall Season at Atlantic Coast Championships
The GW Sailing team saw its fall season come to a close last weekend with a pair of strong finishes at the Women’s and Coed Atlantic Coast...
Colonials of the Week: Sailing's Brendan Shanahan & Riley Legault
Shanahan and Legault took 10th at ICSA Singlehanded Nationals
GW Sailing Closes Fall with Atlantic Coast Championships
The GW sailing team closes the fall season with a pair of championship races - the coed Atlantic Coast Championship at MIT and the women’s Atlantic...
Shanahan, Legault Finish 10th at ICSA Singlehanded Nationals
Senior Brendan Shanahan and sophomore Riley Legault of the GW sailing team recorded 10th-place finishes at the Intercollegiate Sailing Association...
Shanahan, Legault Head to ICSA Singlehanded Nationals
A pair of George Washington sailors set their sights on the Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) Singlehanded National Championship