Admiral's Cup

Summary

Saturday, April 25:

Great start to the 2015 Admiral's cup! We sailed trapezoid courses with a separate start/ finish line. Winds were from the NNW ranging from 4-10 knots in the morning and then dying as the wind tried to fill from the West. The regatta crew did a great job setting courses but once the breeze died it became impossible. We finished the day at 1615 with 7 races in A and C. Tomorrow we start with race 6B.

There were a lot of breakdowns in the laser fleet but non while racing.

Thanks to the KP waterfront teams for helping run the event and Rick Dominique for being the PRO.

Sunday, April 26:

Day 2 at the 2015 Admiral's Cup started with a NNE wind 6-11 knots. The breeze held on long enough to get up to 10A, then died to glass. We went ashore for a lunch break and long postponement at 1145. The hope was to finish the regatta with 10 races in each division but the southerly never filled in.

The regatta was called at 1400.

No breakdowns were filed. Thank you to Dan Thompson for helping hear two protests, one was disallowed and 1 resulted in a DSQ.

Thank you to the KP Waterfront Midshipmen for helping run the event.

Congratulations to ODU for winning the event!

Score summary

SchoolTeamABCTOT
1Old DominionMonarchs575743157
2StanfordCardinal726332167
3CharlestonCougars537145169
4HarvardCrimson736658197
5PennsylvaniaQuakers738591249
6NavyMidshipmen997776252
7TuftsJumbos8710664257
8EckerdTritons9477101272
9St. Mary'sSeahawks8868119275
*10NY MaritimePrivateers9813548281
*11BowdoinPolar Bears10180100281
12George WashingtonColonials12175103299
13Roger WilliamsHawks14211350305
*14Hobart & William SmStatesmen95110117322
*15Coast GuardBears31142149322
16Connecticut CollegeCamels9191141323
*17CornellBig Red12711495336
*18FordhamRams87100149336
19Kings PointMariners12885129342
20Michigan TechHusky One173178189540
Sym.Explanation
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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