70th Prof Erwin Schell Trophy


Saturday, October 29:

A light NE breeze gave way to 15-20 knot puffy conditions with a full on monsoon. Twelve races were completed in both divisions on course 4s and 5s. A tight battle is expected for the 7 New England berths to the ACCs. Many thanks to the MIT dockstaff of Stew Craig, Jeff Gilbert, Pat Joyce and Gerard Welch who swapped out broken equipment and kept the event running smoothly. Jeff Dusek, John Stokes, Brooks Reed, Josh Leighton and Karlen Ruleman heard protests and redress requests. Report time is postponed until 11 am on Sunday. Full detailed results may be viewed at http://scores.collegesailing.info/f11/prof-erwin-schell/

Sunday, October 30:

Sunday: Late report time (11 AM) allowed for enough snow to melt for safe traveling. Competitors were greeted with N-NW breeze ranging from 3-16 knots, and ample sunshine. 6 races per division were sailed with a short lunch break.

Thanks to the following volunteers: Finish boat: Laura Dunphy, Tevis Nichols, and Zach Drach. Scoring: David Alfonso, Angie Nehmzow, Mark Van de Loo, and Bruno Faviero. Dock Master: Pat Joyce, and Dockstaff: Gerard Welch, Jeff Gilbert and Stew Craig. Judges: John Stokes, Brooks Reed, John Garrity and Jeff Dusek. NEISA Rep: Alden Reid. PRO: Fran Charles.

Congrats to the Dartmouth Big Green for winning the 2011 Schell, and for the next 6 teams who qualified for the ACCs.


Score summary

1DartmouthBig Green14383226
5Roger WilliamsHawks85176261
*8Boston CollegeEagles127178305
9Connecticut CollegeCamels180134314
10Coast GuardBears183152335
11Boston UniversityTerriers158182340
14Rhode IslandRams154235389
15Salve ReginaSeahawks173251424
16BowdoinPolar Bears263207470
18Maine MaritimeMariners241319560
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

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.

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.

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