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FRANCES McELWAIN WAKEMAN TROPHY
New England Junior Women's Singlebanded Championship


In 1988, the New England Yacht Racing Council voted to name the New England Junior Women's Singlehanded Championship, the Frances McElwain Wakeman Trophy, since the Leiter Trophy had become the US Sailing Junior Women's Singlehanded Trophy in 1985. Frances McElwain Wakeman is a champion sailor from Cohasset, Massachusetts, a four-time winner of the Mrs. Charles Francis Adams Trophy, a longtime trustee of the Adams Trophy, and is dedicated to helping develop and encourage women's sailing. This event is an open event for women between the ages of 13 and 19 years.

Year Club Skipper Association

1982

Conanicut YC

Jenny Sweet

NBYA

1983

Beverly YC

Bee Baker

SMYRA

1984

Rochester

Jane Faust

1986

Wianno YC

Holly Edmunds

SMYRA

1987

Vineyard Haven YC

Cecily Kerr

SMYRA

1988

Bass River YC

Amanda Godley

SMYRA

1989

Chapoquoit YC

Laurie White

SMYRA

1990

Vineyard Haven YC

Cecily Kerr

SMYRA

1991

 

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