Henry Luce Trophy

Summary

Saturday, October 15:

We started racing in a light 3-7 knot northeasterly. After racing 4 A-division races and 2 B-division races, a southerly breeze filled in at 7-9 knots. A total of 4-B division and 6-A division races were completed using W3 and W4 courses. Thank you to MAISA rep Max Plarr and Jack Swikarr for hearing protests. 2 protests were heard resulting in 2 DSQs. Thank you to the NY Maritime Privateers for running great races on the challenging East River today.

Sunday, October 16:

Racing started on time at 0930 with 5-10 kt shifty southerly breeze and more than average current thanks to the full moon.

6 B division and 4 A division races were completed before the 1500 cutoff time.

Thanks to all of the coaches who helped to hear protests, and the hard working SUNY Maritime Cadets who tirelessly ran race committee all weekend.

Congrats to the teams that move on to the War Memorial.

Score summary

SchoolTeamABTOT
1HamptonPirates444084
2Christopher NewportCaptains276289
3NY MaritimePrivateers405191
4VirginiaWahoos7343116
5PennsylvaniaQuakers5563118
6Virginia TechHokies7271143
7Stony BrookSeawolves5886144
8Washington CollegeShoremen11472186
9ColumbiaLions91107198
10VillanovaWildcats14272214
11Webb InstituteClippers114124238
12MarylandTerps14693239
13BuffaloBulls78163241
14U. RochesterYellowjackets127125252
15Ocean CountyVikings135120255
16DrexelDragons155109264
17SyracuseOrange116150266
18Loyola CollegeGreyhounds123162285

Score history

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