Sailors were greeted with open arms at Raritan Yacht Club. The winds were out of the South South-East at 5-12 knots. With the tide running out against the wind we had near perfect conditions for racing. The first race was started at 10:15am and the RC was able to complete 8 races for both divisions. We ended the day around 3:30pm with some satisfied sailors.
As the sailors started showing up the wind was coming out of a totally different direction. Winds were out of the North North-West at about 5-15 knots. The direction today made for some shifty and puffy conditions on the racecourse. Many of the teams thought we were sailing on a lake with the wind conditions. The RC completed 4 mores races for the day. Congratulation’s to Fordham for winning the regatta. Also, I wanted to thank Ann, Frank, and Bruce for being RC and to all the Princeton sailors who helped run this regatta.
|2||Cornell University||Big Red||27||39||66|
|4||William and Mary||Tribe||46||55||101|
|*||6||George Washington University||Colonials||66||40||106|
|7||Penn State University||Nittany Lions||84||61||145|
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