Laser South

Summary

Saturday, September 12:

Saturday was a stormy day in Annapolis, but we were able to get some good racing in on the first day of the Laser South. Approaching storms caused a postponement in the morning and we waited until 1030 to rig the boats. We set a course in the Severn River off the Robert Crown Center in about 15 knots out of the Southeast. Waves were about 3 feet, making for some awesome Laser sailing conditions. All races were W4s. The wind decreased throughout the day and during race 5, a rain squall poured down on the fleet as the wind swirled around. Eventually, the wind totally died and racing was called for the day after 5 races.

Sunday, September 13:

Sunday was a near perfect day of sailing at Navy. Temperatures hovered in the low 70s under partly cloudy skies. The wind blew from the NW at 10-15 all day and the course was set right off the Robert Crown Center in the Severn River. On the day 8 races were completed, bringing the regatta total to 13. Rick Sellars was out helping with Race Committee all weekend and Mary Hall was on the water enforcing rule 42. Congratulations to the top 6 for advancing to the Carl Van Duyne MAISA Men's Singlehanded Championship.

Score summary

SchoolTeamATOT
1GeorgetownGreg Martinez '184242
2George WashingtonBrendan Shanahan '175454
3NavyGary Prieto '185757
4NavyAddison Hackstaff '186767
5George WashingtonDaniel DelBello '179191
6St. Mary'sMarkus Edegran '16106106
*7St. Mary'sLiam McCarthy '19110110
*8GeorgetownJack Marshall '18110110
9Old DominionEthan Lounsbury '17114114
10Old DominionAlec Chicoine '18126126
11NavyMichael Madigan '17130130
12Old DominionJoseph David '16133133
13GeorgetownClay Broussard '18143143
14NavyPeter Hogan '18156156
15Christopher NewportAustin Powers '17172172
16William and MaryEric Roos '19185185
17Penn StateJohn Shanahan '16212212
18Washington CollegeAlexander Smith '17231231
19VirginiaAidan Toms '19244244
20Maryland/BaltimoreSamuel Haksteen '17249249
Sym.Explanation
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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