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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Wednesday, June 6, 2001

Isle File
UH sailors last in championship division

Advertiser Staff

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.

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• 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.