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Intercollegiate Sailing Wraps up Fall Season at the ACCs

Navy has concluded its fall competition schedule.


Intercollegiate Sailing Places Eighth at the War Memorial

Navy qualifies for the ACC Championship.


Navy Intercollegiate Sailing Competes in Two Regattas

Mids place third at the Central Fall Open and eighth at the Truxtun Umsted Regatta.


Navy Intercollegiate Sailing Competes in Four Regattas

Mids took part in two regattas in Annapolis.


Navy Competes in Three Regattas in New York, New Jersey

Mids fare well in weekend competition.

As a Junior: Aaron competed in four events spring of his junior year after spending the fall semester exchange at the United States Air Force Academy. Aaron sailed in both the coed and team racing events. His top performance this season was a third place finish at the Captain Joe Prosser Trophy which secured the team a berth at team race nationals.

As a Sophomore: Aaron competed in 10 events, including a national championship, during his second year at Navy as a coed crew in both fleet race and team race events. Some of his top finishes include a 1st place finish at the Pirate Team Race, a 3rd place finish at the Graham Hall Team Race, and a 3rd place finish at the Prosser Trophy.

As a Freshman: Aaron competed in 4 events during his freshman year at Navy as a coed crew. Some of his top finishes include a 2nd place finish at the ODU Spring Open and a 4th place finish at the Arrigan Memorial Trophy.

Prior to Navy: Graduated from Saint John's Catholic Prep in Frederick, Maryland in 2011. Attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University prior to coming to the Naval Academy. Competed on the cross country, indoor and outdoor track teams at Saint John's, captaining all three teams as a senior. Member of the student council and served as the class president. Member of Model UN, Mock Trial, Red Cross Club, Civil Air Control and the National Honor Society. Son of Michael Hull and Janice Aaland.

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