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Nick Dugdale
Position: Skipper
Year: Senior
Hometown: Corte Madera, CA
High School: Redwood High School

2011-12: Part of a conference-first, six league titles during academic year, winning the match race title in the fall... also part of winning Big Sail team, going 2-0 against the Bears on the San Francisco Bay... skippered the A Division at the Navy Coed Regatta, as the Cardinal finished in third place in October.

2010-11: Raced in six regattas and skippered five races ... placed second at the PCC Fall Dinghy Championships after finishing in the top five in seven of 13 races... also came in second at the Captain Hurst Bowl on Oct. 16 ... had two other top-10 finishes, both in April, including a single-handed sixth place at the Admiral Cup.

2009-10: All-Pacific Coast College Sailing Conference team as a skipper for the coed team for the second-straight year... skippered with Justin Doane to win the PCCSC Coed Championship in mid-April with Hannah Burroughs as crew, finishing third in the A Division... part of National Dinghy team that finished ninth two weeks later... was a runner-up in the first North Sectional as part of the B Division in February... was ninth at the Nevin's Trophy with Burroughs in October... part of winning crew at the Big Sail during Big Game Week in November, 2009... part of winning team that helped skipper the team to PCCSC title and 16-1 finish... team finished ninth at nationals following 7-4 record.

2008-09: All-Pacific Coast College Sailing Conference team as a skipper for the coed team ... 15th at national coed championships in San Francisco in the A Division... part sixth place finisher at the coed semifinals out of Boston... third at the PCCSC coed championships, qualifying for the national semifinals as the skipper of the B Division... third at the National Freshman Intersectional, sailing in the B Division... eighth at the Charleston Invite, sailing in the A Division... 10th at the Coed Truxton Umsted Regatta, sailing in the B Division.

Prior to Stanford: Captain of the Redwood High School sailing team his junior and senior years ... represented the U.S. at the 2008 Laser Radial World Championship in Takapuna, North Shore City, New Zealand.

Cardinal Catalogue: Majoring in political science and classics ... contemplated profession is law or government ... enjoys staying active playing ultimate Frisbee and biking ... spends a few months in Greece each summer and holds dual British/American citizenship ... a San Francisco Bay Area native who learned to sail locally ... experienced the most physically challenging conditions of the San Francisco city front sailing venue, big wind and big waves from a strong ebb tide, practicing in one of the most physical boats, the Laser.

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