The teams arrived to the Memorial Union on the shore of Lake Mendota on Saturday morning to a lake full of glass with a few thermals coming off of shore. The regatta went into postponement in the hopes that breeze would surely arrive. Around 12pm the race committee deemed it possible to set a course with A division goin g out and sailing their first set in very shifty breeze of around 5-10 knots coming out of the South over the city. After the initial difficulty setting a fair and square course, the wind finally settled and we were able to get 4 races in A's and B's as well as 6 races in C's. There was 1 protest and 1 breakdown filed these will be heard on Sunday. Racing will begin again on Sunday at 9:30 am. Report time is 9:00 am.
Full scores can be found at http://scores.collegesailing.org/s13/3-way-regatta/full-scores/
Teams arrived on Sunday morning to a lake covered in a sheet of glass. The regatta went into postponement at 9:30AM. The Race Committee waited until noon until they decided to call the regatta. The 1 protest and 2 breakdowns from the day before were also heard resulting in one DSQ and two breakdown redresses being awarded. The University of Wisconsin Sailing Team would like to thank Cate Muller for hearing those protests. We would also like to thank all of the sailors who came down to make this a great regatta!
|1||University of Wisconsin||Badgers 1||5||4||26||35|
|2||University of Wisconsin||Badgers 3||10||15||20||45|
|4||University of Wisconsin Milwaukee||Panthers 1||23||16||42||81|
|5||Western Michigan University||Western Michigan||32||22||28||82|
|6||University of Minnesota||Minnesota Women||12||36||47||95|
|7||University of Illinois - Chicago||Flames||32||40||29||101|
|8||Marquette University||Golden Eagles||35||22||50||107|
|9||University of Wisconsin||Badgers 2||27||50||MRP||35||112|
|10||Northern Michigan University||Wildcats||29||17||73||119|
|11||University of Chicago||Maroons||40||42||49||131|
|12||University of Wisconsin Milwaukee||Panthers 2||48||42||49||139|
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