Jordan Ladd
Jordan Ladd
Height: 5-10
Year: Sr.
Hometown: St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
High School: Antilles School
Major: Materials Science and Engineering

2016-17: Competed in 11 regattas as a senior, all as the crew … in the fall, placed eighth in the B Division and tenth in the A Division at the Harry Anderson Trophy, third in the A Division and 17th in the B Division at the Hatch Brown Trophy, third in the A Division at the Danmark Trophy and sixth in the A Division at the Sherman Hoyt Trophy … in the spring, aided the Engineers to their first appearance at the Team Race National Championship since 1978 … at nationals, guided MIT to an eighth place performance … also finished third at the New England Team Race Championship, fifth in the B Division at the Charleston Spring Coed Regatta, fifth in the A Division at the Thompson Trophy, eighth in the B Division at the NEISA Coed Championship and ninth at both the Lynne Marchiando Team Race and the Graham Hall Team Race … [SEASON RESULTS]

2015-16: ICSA Scholar-Athlete ... NEISA Coed Sailor of the Week (10/27) ... competed in 15 regattas as a junior ... helped MIT to first place at the Hoyt Trophy (10/24-25) ... in team racing, helped MIT to a 9-4 record and third place at the Lynne Marchiando Team Race (4/2), a 15-4 mark and second place at the Arctic Circle Team Race (3/12-13) and a 13-7 record and third place at the Wood Team Race (3/12-13) ... at the Coed Atlantic Coast Championship (11/14-15), finished 15th as a team and ninth in the B-Division vessel ... aided MIT to a sixth place finish (fifth in B-Division) at the Schell Trophy (10/31-11/1) ... opened fall season with sixth place finish (eighth in B-Division) at the Harry Anderson Trophy (9/12-13) ... raced in both the A and B-Division boats at the Danmark Trophy (10/3-4) ... [SEASON RESULTS]

2014-15: MVP ... competed in 14 regattas his sophomore year ... ranked 12th in the A Division and 8th in the B Division of the New England Dinghy Championship (5/3) ... sailed to a seventh place finish in the C Division at the Boston Dinghy Championship (4/26) ... placed first in the B Division of the Barnett Trophy (10/12) ... secured fourth place finishes at the Penobscot Bay Open (9/14) and the A Division of the Hoyt Trophy (10/26) ... as a team, raced to a 15-1 record and a second place finish at the Mendleblatt Team Race (3/1) ... was sixth at the Hatch Brown Trophy (9/21) and in the A Division of the Hoyt Trophy (10/26) ... [SEASON RESULTS]

2013-14: Competed in 13 regattas as the crew and one as a skipper...ranked 15th in the B Division of the New England Dinghy Championship (4/27)...finished 17th in the A Division of the Atlantic Coast Championship (11/17)...won the Tufts Team Race (3/9), was the runner-up at the Staake Trophy Team Race (3/23), and secured third place at the Pine Trophy (9/15) and Geiger Team Race Trophy (3/15)...captured fifth place in the C Division of the Boston Dinghy Club Challenge Cup (4/20)...finished eighth in the C Division of the Oberg Trophy (10/25)...ranked ninth in the B Divisions of the Hatch Brown Trophy (9/22) and Navy Fall Intersectional (10/20)...won the A Division of the Crews Regatta (11/10) in his only race as a skipper.

On Dry Land at MIT: Majoring in materials science and engineering with a minor in economics … Casting Engineering Intern at Mecury Marine in Wisconsin ... captain of the MIT varsity sailing team ... completed research at theUniversitat Politecnica de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain ... MVP of the MIT varsity sailing team in 2014-15conducted a UROP with the Grossman Group: Department of Materials Science and Engineering … President of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity ... TA: 3.091 - Introduction to Solid State Chemistry ... Gordon Engineering Leadership Program.

High School: A 2013 graduate of the Antilles School...2011 and 2013 Interscholastic Sailing Association Mallory Fleet Race champion...recipient of the Coach's Award...also competed on the tennis and squash teams...valedictorian...National Honor Society vice-president...class president and also served as the class vice-president...Quiz Bowl team captain...senior peer leader...High Honor Roll...National Merit Scholarship.