Racing for the StFYC Interconference began just after 1100h on Saturday March 30, 2013. Breeze started at 7 knots from 260° and clocked right to 300°. Two A Division and two B Division races were sailed in the clocking breeze with the B Division sailing in cross course current by the end of Race 2. Breeze died for 15 minutes and built back from the prevailing angle of 240°. It was shifty and puffy with gusts up to 25 knots and as low as 8 knots, going through big shift cycles. Sailing was tricky and the best teams identified the switching tide and wind shifts and put the two together for net gain. Overall it was a nice day of sailing with six races for both divisions completed. Sailing resumes tomorrow at 1000h with rain and breeze forecasted. Special thanks to Danielle Richards, Mike Segerblom, Regatta Chair Russ Silvestri, PRO Robbie Dean, Protest Chair Grant Baldwin, and the rest of the Race Committee team.
Day two of the StFYC Interconference started with calm air and sunshine. After visiting the StFYC Easter Petting Zoo and face painting station the teams sailed out for racing in front of the clubhouse at 1100h, with breeze at 120° at 7 knots. The first set for A Div was fluky with the second race ending up becalmed just after the first few finishers crossed the line. It was a tough one but it was in the bag. The sailors rotated to B Div but had to wait for breeze in the cove venue. With Bob Billingham and team at the top mark and Russ Silvestri and team on the gate marks the RC got everything re-set in good order. The wind built out of 270° at 5 knots and stayed there for the rest of the day. A few left shifts and squalls left the sailors dealing with some challenges. Overall it was a great weekend of sailing. Congratulations to the University of Washington Women’s Team and the Stanford Cardinal co-ed for winning their respective divisions. Special thanks to Regatta Chair Russ Silvestri, Protest Chair Grant Baldwin, PRO Robbie Dean, Mike Segerblom, Danielle Richards, Scorer Jessica Barhydt, and to StFYC for putting on a fantastic regatta.
|2||University of Washington||Huskies||45||50||95|
|3||California State University Long Beach||49ers||52||61||113|
|5||University of California at Santa Barbara||Gauchos||83||43||126|
|6||University of California at Irvine||Anteaters||87||71||158|
|7||University of Washington||Husky Women||79||98||177|
|8||California Maritime Academy||Keelhaulers||116||67||183|
|9||University of Southern California||Trojans||55||133||188|
|10||Santa Clara University||Broncos||85||119||204|
|11||Oregon State University||Beavers||113||101||214|
|12||University of California at Berkeley||Golden Bears||104||116||220|
|13||University of California at San Diego||Tritons||121||132||253|
|14||University of Hawaii||Rainbow Wahine||142||123||265|
|15||University of Texas||Longhorns||166||114||280|
|*||16||University of Hawaii||Rainbows||144||138||282|
|*||17||University of California at Los Angeles||Bruins||149||133||282|
|18||Western Washington University||Vikings 1||164||MRP||119||MRP||283|
|19||Western Washington University||Vikings 2||151||143||294|
|20||California State University Monterey Bay||Otters||152||162||314|
|21||University of Oregon||Women's||180||175||355|
|22||University of Colorado at Boulder||Colorado||157||206||363|
|23||Portland State University||Vikings||206||169||375|
|24||University of Puget Sound||Loggers||143||238||381|
|25||University of Oregon||Ducks||230||179||409|
|26||University of California at Santa Cruz||Banana Slug's||158||252||410|
|27||University of California at Davis||Aggies||252||252||504|
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.
The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.