Beautiful weather in the 70's and 80's (maybe even warmer at times). Lighter variable breezes mostly 4-8, some lighter and some heavier from the South and West. Courses were modified trapezoids to accommodate 3 fleets (College Men, High School Full Rig & Radial Rig). Racing adjacent to the Belmont Pier provided great viewing. Thanks to the cooperation of the City of Long Beach and Fred Khammar for use of the facilities on the Pier. Also thanks to the USC Sailing Team, Rich Richards, Stacy Conn, Danielle Richards, Chris Vetter, Steve Kent and John Long for their help with Race Committee. Top 2 teams qualify for the National Championships to be held in St. Petersburg, FL in November. Congratulations to Oliver Toole – Stanford and Sean Kelly from Cal Maritime.
|1||Stanford University||Oliver Toole '14||36||36|
|2||California Maritime Academy||Sean Kelly '12||53||53|
|3||Stanford University||Mateo Vargas '14||82||82|
|4||Stanford University||Kevin Laube '14||92||92|
|5||University of California at Los Angeles||Judge Ryan '14||97||97|
|*||6||University of California at Santa Barbara||Cameron Walsh '13||100||100|
|*||7||University of California at Santa Barbara||Nicholas Kaschak '12||100||100|
|8||University of Southern California||Cameron Hutcheson '14||109||109|
|9||University of Hawaii||Zachary Hester '10||111||111|
|10||University of Hawaii||Craig Schifferns '12||113||113|
|11||University of Southern California||Stephen Lue '12||127||127|
|12||University of Hawaii||William Petersen '11||150||150|
|13||University of Southern California||Erik Samuels '13||168||168|
|14||California Maritime Academy||Matthew Van Rensselaer '13||173||173|
|15||University of Hawaii||Matt Wenner '12||178||178|
|16||University of California at Davis||Ryan Lee '12||225||225|
|17||University of California at Davis||Jonathan Wilkerson '11||235||235|
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.