2014 CICSA Team Racing Nationals

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Final Ranking
  1. Queen's
  2. McGill
  3. McMaster
  4. Concordia
  5. RMC
  6. ETS

Playoffs

Modified Page Playoff

Championship Final
Best of 3

Queen's 7 8
McGill 14 13

3rd and 4th place
Best of 3

McMaster 9 10
Concordia 12 11

Semi Final

McGill 8
McMaster 13

Quarter Final

Concordia 11
McMaster 10

Preliminary

(1) Queen's 7
(4) Concordia 14
(2) McMaster 12
(3) McGill 9

Round Robin Standings


W L
Queen's 5 0
McMaster 4 1
McGill 3 2
Concordia 2 3
RMC 1 4
ETS 0 5

Preliminary Round Robin

Sailed Sat Oct 18 2014.

Mac10Con11
RMC15Mcg6
Qu6Mac15
Con9RMC12
Mcg6ETS15
Mac10RMC11
Con12Mcg9
ETS15Qu6
Con9ETS12
Mcg11Mac10
Qu6RMC15
Qu6Con15
Mac9ETS12
Qu8Mcg13
ETS12RMC9

Queen's Sailing

We are a competitive and recreational sailing club at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario.

We sail double-handed in Club 420 sailboats, and also individually in Lasers. We have an active keelboat team that competes internationally, a bunch of skiff-sailing racers, and a rockin' Recreational Sailing Club.

Our home court is the Kingston Yacht Club. We sail in windy Kingston Harbour. KYC is so close to Queen’s main campus you can walk to practice.

We have a full-time coach, and we have awesome support from our Yacht Club and Alumni. Queen's is leading the way as a model for collegiate sailing in Canada.

The Varsity Sailing Club

Sailors take note

Sailors download and submit the credit agreement form for KYC so you can sign for food and beverage at the club.

We race as part of the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) in the Middle Atlantic district (MAISA) against major sailing schools like Georgetown and the US Naval Academy.

We also race against Canadian Universities as part of CICSA.

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The Rec Sailing Club

The Rec Sailing Club provides casual sailing and lessons taught by CYA-certified instructors.

No experience is necessary! All Queen's students are welcome. Join us, and sail as your time permits. It's fun!

We offer five 3-hour sessions a week, held Friday to Sunday. Generally, sessions run Friday from 1:30-4:30, and Saturday and Sunday from 11-2 and 2-5, every weekend from the beginning of September to the end of October.

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Upcoming Events

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Our Focus for the Future

Queen’s Sailing is always improving. Here are some of our medium-term improvement plans:

  1. Raise our MAISA rankings. This year’s goal: Top-15.

  2. Win the Canadian National Team Racing Championships and the Canadian National Fleet Racing Championships again.

  3. Increase our participation in women’s regattas and create a women’s single-handed team.

  4. Continue to develop our keelboat team.

  5. Increase the capacity of our Recreational Sailing Club because of very high demand for casual sailing.

  6. Increase the Club’s involvement in skiff sailing.

  7. Get our members more involved in the Kingston Yacht Club.

  8. Host, and podium, at an intersectional championship hosted at KYC.

  9. Continue to elevate collegiate sailing in Canada.

Our 2014-2015 Executive

President
Alex Smyth
Vice Presidents
Claire Boileau (Regatta)
Nicole Czegledy (Ops)
Aaron Babier (Rec Sail)
Fleet Captain
Nick Schwenger
Keelboat Fleet Captain
Clifton Kartner
Fundraising
Isabelle Mira
Social Coordinators
Andrew LerRiche and Connor MacKenzie
Public Relations
Jonah Burke-Kleinman and Oliver Neal
Past President
Mac Morrin

Come Sail With Us!

Are you considering Queen's for sailing? Then here's the plan: Get yourself admitted at Queen's University for Fall 2013. You'll need excellent grades and some moxie because Queen's is a great school.

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