Mostly clear skies with light Easterly breeze 4-12 knots. Completed eight races in A & B divisions and ten races in Lasers. Special thanks to Michael Sager, class of 2015, who performed as PRO. And as always, thanks to Dr. Estes and his wife Mary for engine work/repairs. The TAMUG sailing team worked diligently to get all boats ready and in the water for visiting teams. Had nine boats on the water in the 420 fleet.
Under clear skies and a northeasterly of 6-12 knots and clear skies, four A and four B races were completed, thus finishing the intended 12-race/division rotation. Courses were WL with gate leeward mark. Temperatures were in the low 80's. Two teams chose to not sail on day two. Special thanks to Michael Sager as PRO for his work throughout the two days of race management and scoring. As always, help from former students is greatly appreciated, and Michael ran excellent races.
|1||Texas A&M University||Aggies||31||25||56|
|2||Texas A&M University||Rev's Roll Tacks||51||32||83|
|3||Texas A&M University at Galveston||Aggies 2||16||68||84|
|4||University of Texas||Longhorns 2||63||51||114|
|5||Tulane University||Green Wave||78||61||139|
|6||Texas A&M University at Galveston||Aggies 1||64||81||145|
|8||University of Texas||Longhorns 1||67||84||151|
|9||Texas A&M University at Galveston||Aggies 3||100||87||187|
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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