It was a beautiful fall day in Annapolis for the first day of the Navy Fall Women's Regatta. The wind started out from the NE at 10-20 knots and was really puffy and shifty for the first 3 race set. The course was set in the Severn River off the Robert Crown Center and we sailed a River Trapezoid, where the second beat was set off to the right of the first beat. After a short break, the fleet returned for three more races, but the wind was lighter, around 5-12, but still puffy and shifty. After another short break, the wind got very light and we reset the course in the harbor off Triton Point. After a few races were started and called back, we were able to complete one more A and B race. PRO Juniet Thompson, with help from Rick Sellars and a team of Midshipmen did a great job making the most out of a challenging day. A huge thanks to Adam Werblow, John Pearce and Mitch Hall for hearing redress and breakdown requests.
Sunday was another beautiful day in Annapolis, but it was not a very windy day. The fleet headed out at 9:30 to a light 3-5 knot Northwesterly and races 7C and 8A were started and then abandoned when the wind died completely. After a long delay on shore, the fleet headed out again at 1230. The wind then filled in from the Southeast at 3-5 knots and a course was set off Triton Point. We were able to sail 4 C division races and 3 for A and B, all on trapezoid courses for 10 total races per division. Congratulations to Georgetown for winning the 2015 Navy Fall Women's Regatta.
|2||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Seahawks||39||59||79||177|
|3||George Washington University||Colonials||70||76||41||187|
|6||University of South Florida||Bulls||68||58||79||205|
|8||College of Charleston||Cougars||92||78||57||227|
|11||University of Wisconsin||Badgers||63||92||96||251|
|12||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||66||106||111||283|
|14||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||127||90||150||367|
|15||Christopher Newport University||Captains||133||149||105||387|
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