KP Dinghy Open

Summary

Saturday, October 24:

Saturday: A windy day at Kings Point! Sailors were greeted with south winds at 15-20 knots that slowly built to over 20 by the early afternoon. A-division began the day in FJs and B in 420s, but FJs stayed ashore after lunch and only one fleet remained on the water throughout the day. 8 races were completed per division with 1 protest and 1 breakdown.

Sunday: A gorgeous fall day for sailing, with northwest winds slowly going north throughout the day and dying. 8 races were completed per division in conditions ranging from 15 knots to 6 knots. 1 protest was filed resulting in a DSQ from race 16B.

Army was a no-show and American (incomplete team) and Rochester (leaving early) also received no-shows.

Many thanks are due to the Kings Point Sailing Team for their outstanding work in running the regatta!

Score summary

SchoolTeamABTOT
1Kings PointMariners 17828106
2Hobart & William SmStatesmen4076116
3NavyMidshipmen6074134
4Kings PointMariners 28361144
5Old DominionMonarchs9985184
6NY MaritimePrivateers100109209
7FordhamFordham120124244
8CornellBig Red146111257
9PennsylvaniaQuakers80189269
10ColgateRaiders172197369
11DrexelDragons180207387
12Washington CollegeShoremen237153390
13George WashingtonGeorge Washington220205425
14PrincetonTigers270178448
15AmericanAmerican163336499
16ColumbiaLions265284549
17MonmouthMonmouth259300559
18Webb InstituteWebb Institute297272569
19Skidmore305288593
20RochesterRochester314305619

Score history

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