UH sailors last in championship division
The University of Hawai'i co-ed sailing team finished last in the six-school championship division of the Intercollegiate Sailing Association/Ronstan North American Team Racing Championships on the Charles River in Cambridge, Mass.
The Rainbows won one of five races in yesterday's final round to finish the three-day event with a 9-12 record.
Georgetown won the championship with an 18-3 record, followed by Harvard (16-5), Dartmouth (15-6), Charleston (12-9) and Old Dominion (11-10).
The University of California-Santa Barbara won the consolation division with a 15-6 record.
The event was the second of three Intercollegiate Sailing Association spring championships. UH won the North American Women's National Championship last week. The final event the North American Dinghy Championship starts today in Rhode Island.
It's all business: Cartier is sponsoring the College of Business Administration Alumni and Friends Golf Tournament, tomorrow at the Leilehua Golf Course.
Cartier is donating three watches, each valued at $2,250, and four sets of season tickets for two to the UH sport of choice.
The tournament fee is $375 for a three-player team, or $125 for individuals. The cost includes green fees, cart, sack lunch, and an awards banquet featuring heavy pupus.
For more information, call Jeannie or Erika at 856-9117.