Nine races were sailed today in each division today with three race sets. A Division sailed Z 420's and B sailed FJ's. The breeze was a fairly steady easterly breeze ranging from 8-16 knots with nice waves to play downwind. All races were course W4's sailed right off the southeasterly tip of Kelsey's Island. We had three general recalls then all races from race 5 on were I Flag starts. One protest was filed in B Division and is currently being heard. Greg Wilkinson from BC served as the ICSA rep. Judges today were Peter Bailey, Max Nickbarg '14 and Caleb Dorfman '10. Helping on Race Committee was Kate Gaumond '15, Matt Barry '07, Liz Ruddy '19 and Chrissie Klingler '19. Matt Barry also provided a fantastic coach boat which allowed the coach great views of the racing. The divisions will switch fleets tomorrow with the first A race at 10:15am.
Six more races were sailed in a very tricky Westerly after a short morning delay to let a minor squall blow through. A Division sailed FJs today and B sailed Z420's. All races were W4's or 5's and were sailed inside the cove. Again we sailed 3 races per set. The I flag was flown all day helping with X flag starts and general recalls. One protest was filed by the Judges resulting in a DSQ. Many Thanks to Greg Wilkinson From BU for serving as the ICSA rep and for serving as protest committee with Bern Noack from Harvard. We had a great turnout from recent alum who helped on RC and on Judge boat. Congrats to BC for winning a tight regatta with Yale 2nd and Charleston 3rd.
|3||College of Charleston||Cougars||79||107||186|
|5||Bowdoin College||Polar Bears||111||114||225|
|6||Roger Williams University||Hawks||125||114||239|
|7||Dartmouth College||Big Green||97||146||243|
|9||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers||137||124||261|
|11||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Mariners||115||184||299|
|15||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Seahawks||180||168||348|
|17||SUNY Maritime College||Privateers||197||173||370|
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