Hanna Vincent
Hanna Vincent
Height: 5-2
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Santa Barbara, Calif.
High School: Dos Pueblos
Major: Materials Science and Engineering

2013-14: Competed in 14 regattas as a skipper and had three solo performances...ICSA Women's All-America honorable mention...Women's All-NEISA Skippers second team...NEISA Women's Sailors of the Week (3/10)...finished first in the B Division of the ICSA Women's National Championship Eastern Semifinal (5/28) as MIT was first out of 14 teams...was the runner-up in the B Division of the ICSA Women's National Championship Finals (5/30) as MIT finished fifth out of 18 teams...clinched seventh place at the NEISA Women's Singlehanded Championship (10/6) and then secured 10th place at the ICSA Women's Singlehanded National Championship (11/10)...ranked seventh in the B Division of the Women's Atlantic Coast Championship (11/17) and the New England Women's Championship (4/20)...won the B Division of the Navy Women's Spring Regatta (3/9), the B Division of the Women's Brad Dellenbaugh Trophy (3/30), and the B Division of the President's Trophy (4/13)...was the runner-up in the B Division of the Emily Wick Trophy (4/6)...clinched third place in the A Division of the Toni Deutsch Regatta (9/15) and the B Division of the Charleston Women's Regatta (3/23)...secured fifth place in the C Division of the Hatch Brown Trophy (9/22), in the A Division of the Stu Nelson Trophy (10/27), and in the B Division of the Victorian Coffee Urn (11/3).

2012-13: Competed in 14 regattas as a skipper, two as the crew, and had one solo performance...finished 11th in the A Division of the Women's New England Championship (4/28)...captured sixth place in B Division of the Women's Atlantic Coast Championship (11/11)...was 13th at the NEISA Women's Singlehanded Championship (9/30)...won the B Division of the Crews Regatta (11/8) as a member of the crew...was the runner-up in the B Division of the Victorian Coffee Urn (10/28)...clinched fifth place in the in the B Division of the Brad Dellenbaugh Trophy (3/31)...secured sixth place in the B Divisions of the Stu Nelson Trophy (10/21) and the Women's Interconference Regatta (3/3)...ranked eighth in the B Division of the Toni Deutsch Regatta (9/9)...shared duties as the skipper and crew in helping the B Division boat finish eighth at the Rose Bowl Regatta (1/6).

2011-12: Competed in seven regattas as a skipper, two as the crew, and had two solo performances...recorded a 10th place performance at the Women's New England Singlehanded Championship (10/2)...secured fifth place in the B Division of the Southern Series 2 (4/1)...captured sixth place in the A Division of the Toni Deutsch Regatta (9/11)...was a member of the crew that finished seventh in the B Division of the Regis Trophy (9/25)...claimed eighth place in the B Division of the Stu Nelson Trophy (10/23)...crew of 13th place B Division boat at the Victorian Coffee Urn (10/30)...was 15th as an individual in the D Division of the Navy Fall Intersectional (10/16).

2010-11: Competed in six regattas as the skipper and had one solo performance...ranked 11th at the New England Women's Singlehanded Championship (10/3)...clinched first place at the Midweek Tech Invite (9/21)...placed seventh at the Duplin Trophy (3/26) and in the B Division of the BU Trophy (4/2)...led the A Division boat to an 11th place finish at the Toni Deutsch Regatta (9/12).

On Dry Land at MIT: Majoring in materials science and engineering with a concentration in Japanese...conducting a UROP with Professor Brian Wardle working on carbon nanotube composites...completed an internship with the Network for Earthquake Engineering at UC-Santa Barbara.

High School: A 2010 graduate of Dos Pueblos High School...best female skipper (2007)...best female crew (2008)...best female sailor (2009)...four-year recipient of the Santa Barbara Youth Sailing Foundation Scholastic Excellence Award...was ranked in the International Laser Class Association in 2008...Commended Student – National Merit Scholarship...National Merit Scholar...AP Scholar with Distinction...National Honor Society Lifetime Member...California State Federation Honors Student Lifetime Member...STAR Award University of California Eligibility in the Local Context.