Stu Nelson

Summary

Saturday, October 25:

The event started with a meeting about who Stu Nelson was, Matt Lindblad of MIT added a few words. The Sailing was delayed until the WNW breeze filled. It was a tough day with only 6 races in each division. No Protests heard, some boats retired to avoid the protest room.

A big Thank you to Yale for loaning us a boat to replace the damaged FJ. CGA loaned an umpire boat and a RC boat to enhance the sailing.

Sunday, October 26:

Better Breeze today. WNW 5-18. We completed 5 races in each division for a total of nine races in each division. Many collisions with no spinning made it a frustrating day for the host. One Rule 69 protest was filed and all parties agreed that retiring from the race was the best solution with an apology.

Score summary

SchoolTeamABTOT
1YaleBulldogs405999
2StanfordCardinal6849117
3Coast GuardBears6554119
4St. Mary'sSeahawks8266148
5Rhode IslandRams5396149
6MITEngineers10150151
7VermontCatamounts9170161
8BowdoinPolar Bears9579174
9DartmouthBig Green73104177
10George WashingtonColonials9979178
11EckerdTritons84102186
12CornellBig Red71117188
13Connecticut CollegeCamels86106192
14Boston UniversityTerriers83112195
15BrownBears93105198
16Hobart & William SmStatesmen105101206
17NortheasternHuskies12597222
18NavyMidshipmen12999228

Score history

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