Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York
 


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Highlights

 

2000 – Fordham returns to College Sailing after a 27-year hiatus

2003 – SAILING WORLD cites Fordham as its “#1 Up & Coming” College Sailing Program. WindCheck Magazine describes Fordham as “A wonderful success story.”

2006 – Our Women’s team is ranked among the top 18 teams nationally.

2009 – Our Coed team is ranked nationally for the first time  - 28th overall and 5th among all club teams. For this achievement, the University recognizes the Sailing Team during the Fordham vs. URI football game in September 2010. (See photo below)

2010 Marks the 60th Anniversary of the founding of the Sailing Association and the 10th Anniversary of the Team’s rebirth. A gala celebration is held at the New York Yacht Club in May (See Sailing Association page for details). In addition, Fordham enters into a joint venture with a City Island neighbor, the Columbia University Sailing Team. Today, the schools practice together in a 30-boat fleet of 18 420s and 12 FJs.

2011 - Fordham places fourteenth in the Opening round of the Women's Dinghy National Championship

2012 – Fordham wins the MAISA Club Teams’ Championship for the fifth time in 10 years. Our Coed team is ranked as high as 17th nationally and fifth among all club teams, plus, Fordham places seventh at the ICSA Men’s Singlehanded National Championship

2013 – At the 30-team Rose Bowl Regatta, Fordham finishes fifth overall and 1st among the 18 club teams competing. In addition, Fordham

      * Places 8th at the America Trophy Regatta, the MAISA Coed Dinghy Spring Championship, thereby
       qualifying for the Coed National Semifinals for the first time 

      * Finishes 11th at the Coed Western Semifinal National Championship competition

      * Places 4th at the WAR Memorial Regatta, the MAISA Coed Fall Dinghy Championship, thereby
       qualifying for the Atlantic Coast Championship for the first time

      * Finishes 8th at the ICSA Men’s Single-handed National Championship

      * Places 10th at the Atlantic Coast Championship, and

      * Concludes 2013 with our highest SAILING WORLD rankings ever…

                                                *** 6th among 50 teams in MAISA ***

                                            *** 12th among 230 teams in the ICSA ***

                                          *** 1st among 194 Club teams in the ICSA ***   



 

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