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Summary

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Saturday, March 28:

A late report time of 10:00 was ordered to allow the weather to warm which did not happen. The temperature remained at 33 degrees and it snowed all day making for wet conditions. The wind however, was perfect for team racing mostly Z420s and some FJs, North (010-020 degrees) at 10-16 knots.

Brown and Tufts shared RC duties with one coach and three students each. A few coaches willingly heard a couple protests at days end.

This low-key event was fast paced with nine races per team each day. The quality of the team racing was a bit sporadic but improving throughout. Stanford broke away from their first opponent right at the start as they did with most teams to compile a perfect record.

Sunday, March 29:

Sunshine and frozen pipes greeted the ten teams with good wind to start, NNE (010-030) at 7-14. The temperature climbed nicely to 40 degrees (only 10 below normal) as the wind got flukey varying in direction from NW to NE and from 1 knot to 11 knots after noon.

The quality of the team racing continued to improve although a number of teams lost track of the race course in the huge shifts. Stanford continued to dominate winning half their races right from the start. Other than Stanford, it seemed any team could beat any other team depending upon how well they started, played windshifts, and executed timely team racing tactics. Despite the weather this was a really fun regatta. It rewarded both deep women's teams and those that help push their coed teams in practice.

Thanks again to the Brown and Tufts students for running races and to Brown for hosting an event while Mystic Lake at Tufts continues to see too much ice in the latest ice-out in memory.

Final Results

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#SchoolTeamRec.SkippersCrews
1StanfordStanford UniversityCardinal18-0Julia Lambert '18Yuki Yoshiyasu '16
Lily Katz '17Sarah Placek '18
Maeve White '17Sarah Lucas '18
2YaleYale UniversityBulldogs14-4Marly Isler '16Natalya Doris '17
Casey Klingler '18Sarah Smith '15
Katharina (KB) Knapp '18Isabelle Rossi De Leon '17
Claire Huebner '18
3BowdoinBowdoin CollegePolar Bears12-6Erin Mullins '16Emily Kushner Salitan '16
Lizzy Hamilton '15Catherine Price '18
Courtney Koos '16Jade Willey '17
Sydney Avitia-Jacques '18
4BrownBrown UniversityBears11-7Kelly McGlynn '15Courtney Bergh '16
Lindsey Baab '18Olivia Lord '17
Johanna Kincaid '15Jessica O'Dell '16
Megan Grapengeter-Rudnick '17Alexandra Swanson '16
Katherine Sudol '16
5VermontUniversity of VermontCatamounts8-10Megan Yeigh '16Lilla Salvesen '18
Amina Brown '17Lauren Jones '15
Lindsay Doyle '18Brittney Manning '18
*6MITMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyEngineers6-12Chloe Lepert '15Samantha Albright '15
Laura Dunphy '15Jamila Smith-Dell '16
Rosalind Lesh '16Jorlyn Le Garrec '17
**7South FloridaUniversity of South FloridaBulls6-12Dominique Wright '15Darcy Jensen '16
Alison Knoles '17Kristen Walker '17
Madison Gates '18Kayla Burrows '17
b8TuftsTufts UniversityJumbos6-12MaryClaire Kiernan '17Amanda Sommi '16
Kate Levinson '15Emily Lynn '15
Kate Shaner '16Julia Fuller '17
Molly Pleskus '18Lucy Zwigard '18
c9Boston CollegeBoston CollegeEagles6-12Allyson Donahue '17Katherine Downey '16
Katja Sertl '16Madeleine Loosbrock '17
Fiona Walsh '17Lily McGrath '18
Lindsay D'Alessandro '15
Kyla MacLennan '18
10Rhode IslandUniversity of Rhode IslandRams3-15Mackenzie Needham '15Nellie Hamilton '16
Sarah Hermus '18Sarah Leonard '17
Lucy Clara Jones '18Marisa DeCollibus '17
Sym.Explanation
*Total points scored when tied teams met (20)
**Total points scored when tied teams met (22)
bTotal points scored when tied teams met (18)
cTotal points scored when tied teams met (24)