Saturday: 9 races completed in ESE breeze of 6-9 knots, building to 10 to almost 12 knots for races seven and eight, back to 6-9 for race 9. Courses were windward/leeward twice around with offsets and gates. No protests filed.
Sunday: Five more races completed in southerly breeze, starting out at 6-10 knots for the first three races, building to 10-13 for the final two races. All courses were windward/leewared twice around. Two general recalls today. No protests, one Rule 42 violation, several circles for hitting marks. Congratulations to Annie Haeger, Sarah Lihan, Emily Billing, Claire Dennis, and Elizabeth Barry for qualifying for Women's Singlehanded Nationals.
Boston College Sailing would like to thank everyone who helped to make this Championship possible, including Harvard Sailing and Connecticut College Sailing for loaning their power boats, as well as the following individuals:
Judge: Greg Kiely NEISA Rep: Mark Zagol PRO: Greg Wilkinson RC: David Grosso BC '12 Scoring: Chris Remeika BC '12; Ryan Mullins BC '13 Technical Support: Dayan Paez
Boston College Sailing would also like to thank the members of Savin Hill Yacht Club for their support of BC Sailing and NEISA.
|1||Boston College||Anne Haeger '12||36||36|
|2||Yale University||Sarah Lihan '10 *||40||40|
|3||Yale University||Emily Billing '13||60||60|
|4||Yale University||Claire Dennis '13||69||69|
|5||Brown University||Elizabeth Barry '11||77||77|
|6||Connecticut College||Maggie Shea '11||89||89|
|7||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Krysta Rohde '11||96||96|
|8||Tufts University||Catherine Swanson '11||105||105|
|9||Tufts University||RenÃ©e GagnÃ© '12||124||124|
|10||University of Rhode Island||Amy Hawkins '12||129||129|
|*||11||Yale University||Rebecca Jackson '10 *||137||137|
|*||12||Brown University||Jessica Claflin '13||137||137|
|13||University of New Hampshire||Ann Sager '13 *||183||183|
|14||University of New Hampshire||Kimberly Adelberger '11||188||188|
The following chart shows the relative rank of the teams as of the race indicated. Note that the races are ordered by number, then division, which may not represent the order in which the races were actually sailed.
The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.