Both men’s and women’s Swimming won their first meets, making them undefeated as they prepare for home meets on Friday November 4th against Randolph-Macon College at 4:00 p.m. and Saturday November 5th against Goucher College at 1 p.m. Junior Joanna Purich explained the nature of swim meets:“First, there’s a relay Read More
SMCM Sailing Club’s Fall Get Your Float On (GYFO) was a resounding success. Students went sailing and learned the basics of kayaking and windsurfing.
There’s something beautiful about seeing sailboats race on the Saint Mary’s River with grace, finesse, and skill. Sailing is a grand tradition at SMCM, where the sailing team frequently places nationally and has produced 150 All-Americans. This fall, the sailing team is preparing for the start of another excellent season.
On the first weekend of August, St. Mary’s College of Maryland welcomed students, faculty, staff, and guests from all over onto the banks of the waterfront in order to watch or complete the annual Governor’s Cup Yacht Race.
In an effort to lower auxiliary expenses to promote the College’s academic mission, the College administration is considering modifications of the budget that may lead to the end of investment-heavy projects, including the annual Governor’s Cup Yacht Race, after 2011.
It’s no surprise that a school located on the Chesapeake Bay would have outstanding water sports and sailing. This is certainly no exception at St. Mary’s. Sailing is a proud tradition at the College, which includes 15 National Championship titles and over 150 All-Americans for the team.
On Aug. 6, crowds gathered on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay to witness the Governor’s Cup Yacht Race, one of the oldest sailing races of its kind in those waters.