Name Position Hometown Academic Major Class
Taylor Borges Crew Middletown, RI Psychology/ Public Relations Senior
Eddie Gary Skipper/Crew Baltimore, MD Civil Engineering Senior
Christian Moffitt Skipper South Kingston, RI Ocean Engineering Senior
Owen Reuther Skipper Portsmouth, RI Ocean Engineering Senior
Beth Albone Skipper Buckinghamshire, UK Pharmaceutical Sciences Senior
Zach Champney Skipper Mystic, CT Mechanical Engineering Senior
Parker Colantuono Skipper Portsmouth, RI Accounting Senior
Bo Eaves Skipper Mamaroneck, NY Mechanical Engineering Senior
Mackenzie Fraser Crew Warwick, RI Ocean Engineering / French Senior
Megan Gimple Skipper Arlington, VA Ocean Engineering Senior
Meghan Haviland Skipper Sharon, MA Ocean Engineering Senior
Max Hooker Skipper/Crew Marlborough, MA Mechanical Engineering Senior
Nick Kozaritz Skipper Elmwood Park, IL Criminal Justice Senior
Emilia Marino Crew Bristol, RI Ocean Engineering Senior
Anika Martz Crew Manchester, MA Psychology Senior
Will McKeige Skipper Mamaroneck, NY Marine Affairs Senior
Aidan Naughton Skipper North Kingstown, RI Mechanical Engineering Senior
Ryan Palardy Skipper North Smithfield, RI Marine Affairs Senior
Arturo Ortega Crew Washington Depot, CT Textile Marketing and Chinese Senior
Ryan Smart Crew Wappingers Falls, NY Mechanical Engineering Senior
Jack Honan Crew Arlington, MA Mechanical Engineering Junior
Iain Jaeger Skipper Basking Ridge, NJ Mathematics and Finance Junior
Thomas Johnson Skipper Annapolis, MD Chemical Engineering Junior
AJ Kozaritz Skipper Vermilion, OH Marketing Junior
Clare Laroche Crew Bristol, RI Ocean Engineering Junior
Tyler Miller Skipper Newport, RI Ocean Engineering Junior
Jo Riley Skipper Marion, MA Engineering Junior
Ben Rosenberg Skipper East Greenwich, RI Mechanical Engineering Junior
Oskar Schnippering Crew Barrington, RI Electrical Engineering/German Junior
Eliza Taylor Crew Newport, RI Ocean Engineering/French Junior
Sadie Thomas Crew Dartmouth, MA Pharmacy/Spanish Junior
Rowan Woods Crew Sutton, MA Electrical Engineering Junior
Gabriella Cappelli Crew Croton-on-Hudson, NY Kinesiology and Nutrition Sophomore
Katie Coughlin Crew Warwick, RI Nursing Sophomore
"Mighty" Keene-Connole Skipper/Crew Middletown, RI Ocean Engineering Sophomore
Henry Lee Skipper Edgewood, RI Business Sophomore
Halle Peterlin Crew Stratford, CT Undecided Sophomore
Anthony Purcell Skipper East Greenwich, RI Ocean Engineering Sophomore
Jonah Shochat Skipper/Crew Dix Hills, NY Mechanical Engineering Sophomore
Maddie Taylor Crew Franklin, TN Nursing Sophomore
Miles Williams Skipper Seattle, WA Mechanical Engineering Sophomore
Ava Wilson Crew Chicago, IL Political Science Sophomore
Brigette Alves Crew Somerset, MA Psychology/Pre PA Freshman
Spencer Asofsky Skipper Bay Shore, NY Landscape Architecture Freshman
Miles Bailey Crew Middletown, RI Marine Affairs Freshman
Dean Balcirak Crew Saunderstown, RI Pharmacy Freshman
Declan Botwinick Skipper Toms River, NJ Business Freshman
Alden Coldreck Skipper/Crew Kennbunkport, ME Ocean Engineering Freshman
Kero Erkmen Skipper Istanbul, Turkey Computer Science Freshman

Moose McClintock, Head Coach

Moose McClintock, Head Coach

Moose McClintock is a URI alumnus, graduating with a BA in English in 1976 and serving as team captain his senior year. Following his graduation, Moose dove into the marine industry, working as a sailmaker for 15 years before moving on to a career in the sailcloth industry. During this time, Moose sailed in multiple venues worldwide, bringing home 9 world championships and multiple North American, European and National championships. Most notable in his sailing career is his involvement in match racing, winning 5 Congressional Cup championships and multiple WMRC titles. His match racing career culminated in 2nd place finishes in both the 1995 America’s Cup defender trials and the 2000 Louis Vuitton Challenger finals.

It was during the AC experiences that the value of elite coaching took hold. Moose has coached one design through offshore teams in boat handling, sail trim and design, and team building, culminating in the most rewarding result, a bronze medal for the 2.4 Meter class in the 2008 Paralympic Games. This was a unique opportunity to coach a severely disabled individual to their peak ability. This success resulted in Moose moving on to coaching more actively, with his teams showing dramatic improvement and consistency.

When the opportunity arose to coach at his alma mater, it was a very easy decision. The opportunity to bring over 45 years of experience, covering a broad spectrum of disciplines, to the URI sailing team is one of a kind, and he looks forward to the challenge of maintaining the success of the program and building on it going forward.