Carl Van Duyne MAISA Men's Singles

Summary

Saturday, October 6:

Sailors arrived to a sunny day in Annapolis and racing began at 0945 in the mouth of the Severn River just inside Greenberry Point. The wind started out SW at 8-12 and shifted right throughout the morning, ending up W. Six W 4 races were sailed before the fleet came in for a lunch break. By the time we got back out for the afternoon, the wind had shifted to NW and started to build. Eight more races were sailed in a 15-20 knot Northwesterly. One protest was filed, resulting in one DSQ. Many thanks to Jay Kehoe who was on the water all day enforcing rule 42 and to Gavin O'Hare who joined Jay in the room to hear the one protest.Four races remain tomorrow and the top 4 advance to the Men's Singlehanded Nationals.

Sunday, October 7:

Sunday proved to be a very different day, with light winds and cold, rainy weather. TO find enough wind to race, the race committee set a course near the mouth of the Severn River off Chesapeake Harbor. Four W 4 races were sailed to complete the regatta in a 3-5 knot northeasterly. Congratulations to Nevin Snow, John Wallace, Olin Paine, and Chris Barnard for advancing to the ICSA Men's Single-handed Nationals.

Score summary

SchoolTeamATOT
1GeorgetownChris Barnard '135252
2FordhamOlin Paine '168888
*3St. Mary'sJohn Wallace '14106106
*4GeorgetownNevin Snow '16106106
5NY MaritimeNick Valente '16131131
6NavyPhilip Youngberg '15138138
7PennsylvaniaMichael Russom '13141141
8Hobart & William SmTimothy Zacher '13171171
9NavyGeorge Prieto '13182182
10NavyDevin Laviano '13191191
11Old DominionEvan Hoffmann '14194194
12FordhamAlex Jacob '16198198
13Washington CollegeRyan Bailey '15205205
14Webb InstituteNathan Fast '14212212
15GeorgetownGreg Martinez '18229229
16Hobart & William SmWheeler Morris '16231231
17Old DominionJoseph David '16233233
18Hobart & William SmNicholas LaChance '16279279
Sym.Explanation
*Number of high-place (2) 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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