Sailors arrived to a NW wind around 10-12mph and racing got underway at 9:45am. The breeze went up and down throughout the day anywhere between 6-15mph but was steady from the NW for the most part. There were no delays in the racing and in total 10A and 10B races were held, all W4's. One protest was filed resulting in a DSQ.
Thank you to our race management crew led by PRO Colin Keil '15 with Chris Spencer '14, Taner Bertuna '16, Daniel Birmingham '17, Max Joh-Carnella '16, Rebecca Mount '17, and Alex Woloshyn '17.
Also thank you to Doc Sullivan for serving as our judge.
Scores are close heading into Sunday with a light southerly predicted.
Sailors arrived to a nice southerly breeze and headed out for race 11A. Once everyone got to the starting line, the breeze had tapered off and we went into a wind delay on shore until about 11am. The southerly teased us throughout the day, at times filling in quite nicely, and other times shifting around too much to get the course square. We were able to finish the rotation, 4A and 4B races with great RC work led by PRO Colin Keil '15.
Also thank you to our Sunday RC helpers Collin Clark '14, Alex Woloshyn '17, Greg Reppucci '15, and Ryan Montgomery '16. Thank you to Jamie Landi for serving as our judge for Sunday.
No protests, breakdowns or redress requests were filed. Congratulation to the top 6 teams who will move on to compete in the National Women's Semi-Finals in late May. 1. Georgetown, 2. Navy, 3. Old Dominion, 4. Cornell, 5. Hobart W/S, and 6. Fordham.
|2||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||41||70||111|
|3||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||63||79||142|
|4||Cornell University||Big Red||84||83||167|
|5||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Statesmen||80||90||170|
|7||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Seahawks||96||98||194|
|8||George Washington University||Colonials||98||100||198|
|12||University of Rochester||U. Rochester||139||134||273|
|14||University of Pennsylvania||Quakers||167||180||347|
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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