HWS Intersectional

Summary

Saturday, October 9:

Saturday: 10 A races and 8 B races were sailed in NE to N winds at 5 to 12 kts. All races were W4's with leeward gates. Thanks to all the HWS sailors who battled shifty Northerly winds to run 18 very square races ranging from 18 to 22 minutes long. Three protests were filed, two were heard, resulting in a DSQ and one was disallowed. One breakdown was awarded for a broken jib halyard shackle. Thanks to Russ O-Reilly, Brendon Healy, Theo Ingram and Dan Thompson for hearing protests and breakdowns.

Sunday: 8 races were sailed in a steady Southerly breeze ranging from 5 to 12 kts. A short wind delay on the water happened while we waited for the NW wind to shut off the southerly. 2 races were sailed in the NW winds of 5-8kts. All courses were W4's with leeward gates. One protest was heard resulting is a DSQ. Thanks again to all the HWS Sailors who helped run a great event.

Score summary

SchoolTeamABTOT
1VermontCatamounts6374137
2WisconsinBadgers48105153
3Hobart & William SmStatesmen8181162
4NavyMidshipmen64103167
5Boston UniversityTerriers85109194
6St. Mary'sSeahawks11686202
7Kings PointMariners15767224
8CornellBig Red13898236
9FordhamRams110131241
*10Roger WilliamsHawks132117249
*11FloridaGators126123249
12NY MaritimePrivateers122137259
13Old DominionMonarchs150129279
14ColumbiaLions136153289
15McGillRedbirds207196403
16U. ConnecticutHuskies188230418
17PrincetonTigers216205421
Sym.Explanation
*Number of high-place (1) finishes

Score history

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.

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