Sailing Georgetown raced in two separate events last weekend, finishing 11th out of 18 schools in the Charleston Spring Coed Regatta. The coed teams of sophomores Nik Holtan and Andrea Bailey, senior Dan Esdorn and freshman Caila Johnson competed at the Charleston Spring Coed Regatta. Holtan and Bailey placed ninth in the A division while Esdorn and Johnson came in 12th among B competitors. Charleston placed first. A second set of sailors traveled to Annapolis, Md., for an unscored practice regatta with the Midshipmen. – Fiore Mastroianni Softball The Hoyas (1-8) recorded their first win of the year last weekend; a 1-0 victory against host Elon at the Elon Invitational in North Carolina. Georgetown dropped the first two games of the invitational to Rider and Ohio, 8-5 and 2-1, respectively before the win. After the win against Elon, the Hoyas dropped two more straight – a tight 8-6 decision to North Carolina A&T that went two extra innings and a 10-2 defeat at the hands of Rutgers that ended in the sixth inning. Beginning this weekend, Georgetown travels to Marietta, Ga., and then on to Orlando, Fla., for 12 games. – Fiore Mastroianni Men’s Ice Hockey Georgetown won the ACC Hockey League Sunday, defeating Duke 6-3 thanks to a hat trick from Conor Hickton (SFS ’08). The Hoyas conclude the 2006-07 slate 22-2 overall and 14-0 in the league. Dave Glynn (COL ’08), the league’s MVP, added one goal for Georgetown. “It feels very good, very, very good,” said Glynn, an assistant captain along with Hickton. “We’re the most feared team in the league. Nobody wants to play us.” Looking forward to next year, he added, “[We will] definitely be contenders, hopefully we’ll repeat, defend the throne.” This marks the second time in three years Georgetown has captured the ACCHL crown and the third time in four years it has appeared in the title game. – Olivia Scott

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