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Photos Courtesy of Rob Migliaccio

4 Brown Sailors Named to 2017-2018 College Sailing All-American Team

Lindsey Baab '18 (Saratoga, CA), Julia Kim ’18 (Los Angeles, CA), Ragna Agerup ’20 (Oslo, Norway), and Hannah Steadman ’20 (St. Petersburg, FL) were all named to the 2017-2018 College Sailing All-American Team after an outstanding year of regatta results.

Lindsey Baab was named an All-American Women’s Skipper for the second year in a row and was one of the top women’s skippers in all of college sailing. She finished 4th in A-division at both the College Sailing/Sperry Women’s National Championship and Women’s Eastern Semi-final at Old Dominion University and also finished 4th at the College Sailing Women's Singlehanded National Championship. Lindsey won her division at the Navy Women's Fall Interconference and the Sherman Hoyt Trophy at Brown and finished 2nd in A-division at both the Yale Women's Interconference and at the New England Women's Championship at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. Lindsey was also named a 2017-2018 First Team All-New England Women’s Skipper for the second year in a row and leaves Brown as the most accomplished Women’s Single-handed sailor in the programs history with two 2nd place finishes at the Women’s Singlehanded National Championship, a third place finish, and a very close 4th place this season.

Julia Kim was selected as one of 18 College Sailing All-American Crews after an outstanding year in the front of the boat. Julia sailed in A-division on both the coed and women’s circuits with Patrick Shanahan’19 and Lindsey Baab respectively. Her top finishes include winning A-division at the Yale Women’s Interconference and B-division at the Sherman Hoyt Trophy at Brown, a 2nd place finish in A-division at the New England Women's Championship at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, 3rd place in A-division at the New England Dinghy/Coed Championship at Brown, and 4th in A-division at both the College Sailing/Sperry Women’s National Championship and Women’s Eastern Semi-final at Old Dominion University. Julia was also named a Second Team All-New England Coed Crew and Brown Sailing Co-Most Valuable Sailor for 2017-2018.

2016 Olympian Ragna Agerup was named an Honorable-Mention All-American Women's Skipper and First Team All-New England Women's Skipper for 2017-2018. She was also named the New England Women's Sailor of the Week twice during the season. Her highlights this season include winning A-division at both the Mrs. Hurst Bowl at Dartmouth and the Dellenbaugh Women's Trophy at Brown, a 2nd place finish in A-division at the Amanda Women's Trophy at Roger Williams and 2nd place finishes in B-division at the Navy Fall Women's Interconference, Yale Women's Interconference, and St. Mary's Women's Interconference, 3rd place in B-division at the Regis Bowl @ Boston University, 3rd place at the Women's National Team Race invitational at MIT, and 6th place finishes in B-division at both the College Sailing/Sperry Women's Eastern Semi-Final and Women's National Championship at Old Dominion University.

Hannah Steadman was named an Honorable-Mention All-American Women's Skipper and Second Team All-New England Women's Skipper for the second year in a row. Her highlights this season include winning B-division at the Women's Wick/Shrew Trophies at Yale, 2nd place in B-division at the Dellenbaugh Women's Trophy at Brown, 3rd place in A-division at the Navy Fall Women's Interconference, 3rd place at the Women's National Team Race invitational at MIT, 4th place in A-division at the Regis Bowl at Boston University, 4th place in B-division at both the Victorian Coffee Urn Women's Trophy at Harvard and the Women's Atlantic Coast Championship at Connecticut College, and 6th place in B-division at the College Sailing/Sperry Women's National Semi-Final at Old Dominion University

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