Castine, Maine - The Connecticut College coed sailing team opened the fall season Sunday by winning the Penobscot Bay Open.
The Camels, ranked 17th in the Sailing World's preseason national rankings, topped the 17-team field with a score of 104. Tufts was second with 112 and Dartmouth finished third with 119.
Skipper Kevin Martland, Grace Medley and Ellis Tanissi coasted to victory with a score of 37 points in the A division and rookie skipper Pearson Potts, Kim Bolick and Kim Arabia placed fifth in the B Division with 67.
The No. 4 Connecticut College women's team was 11th in the 15-team Toni Deutsch '58 Regatta at MIT with 267 points. Skipper Liz Dubovik, Lea Bushnell and Bettina Redway scored 138 points for 10th in the A Division and skipper Alexandra Romagnolli, Marina Sachs and Victoria Allen scored 129 points for 10th in the B Division.
• Danielle Schulmann scored three goals and assisted on another, leading the UConn women's soccer team to a 4-1 win over Central Connecticut State.
Schulmann, a senior forward, had an unassisted goal at 6:07 and assisted on Jennier Skogerboe's goal 4:15 later as UConn (4-2-1) took a 2-0 halftime lead.
Schulmann scored at 63:36 and 76:18, with Stephanie Ribeiro assisted on the first one. Allison Saucier made one saves for the Huskies. Claire Walsh scored and former Waterford High School standout Julie Lavoie started at forward for Central Connecticut (1-4).
• Coast Guard dropped a pair of matches Saturday, opening its season at Wesleyan. Freshmen Robert Renfrow and Weston Fortna won matches, but the Bears fell to Wesleyan 7-2 in the first match of the day. Later, Nichols beat the Bears 6-3. Freshmen Mark Guentert and Fortna won their matches as did the doubles team of Blake Maurer and Renfrow.
• Louisa Boddy had a goal and an assist as No. 7 UConn beat Albany 2-1 in a nonleague game. Marie Elena Bolles also scored a goal, Chrissy Davidson and Katherine Baker had assists and Sarah Mansfield made eight saves for UConn (5-0).