Sailing — Women
Yale’s J.J. Isler claimed silver double-handed dinghy in Sydney in 2000, becoming the highest medal earned by an Ivy female sailor. Harvard graduate Julia Trotman made the Olympic team in the 1992 Games after graduating in 1988. She earned a bronze medal in the Europe dinghy class. One year later, in 1993, she earned the title of U.S. Yachtswoman of the Year, one of the highest honors in United States Sailing.
In London, Yalie Sarah Lihan becomes the League’s seventh female sailor.
|J.J. Isler (Yale ’85) • •||United States||1992-00|
|Isabelle Kinsolving (Yale ’02)||United States||2004|
|Sarah Lihan (Yale ’10)||United States||2012|
|Katie McDowell (Brown ’98)||United States||2004|
|Kris Stookey (Brown ’91)||United States||1996|
|Louise Van Voorhis (Yale ’90)||United States||1996|
|Julia Trotman (Harvard ’88) •||United States||1992|
• Gold Medal (also indicated by bold name)
• Silver Medal
• Bronze Medal