Sharpe Team Race Trophy

Summary

Saturday, March 5:

Competitor's arrived for a cushy 10:30am report time that let things warm up a bit. A chilly north breeze of 8-12 knots started the early flights and slowly went east throughout the day and lightened. With a pulsing breeze, many of the afternoon races were slow, but the team racing was good. 31 races were completed with two protests filed. One DSQ was given and another protest will be heard tomorrow. Thanks to judge Peter Bailey (Brown '15) and URI coach Skip Whyte for hearing the protest. Photographer Rob Migliaccio was on hand to take incredible pics that will be up on the NEISA Facebook page. Thanks as well to the many Brown sailors who helped out on a brisk day. Race 32 warning will be at 10am tomorrow. The Brown Bears lead the way with a 6-0 record.

Sunday, March 6:

A beautiful day with temps in the 40's and sunny but very frustrating for the Race Committee. We saw every direction today except the south and keeping up with the fickle breeze and keeping the Digital N course in the correct configuration was difficult at times. Lots of races were abandoned earlier in the day, and after an hour delay on land some breeze filled in to finish up the round robin and just barely get in a final four by the 3pm deadline. Most of the racing was primarily in a north/northeast breeze at 3-6 knots. Huge shifts, pressure differences, and a pulsing breeze kept the sailors on their toes and no race was ever really over until the finish. We got everything we could today out of what breeze we had.

Thanks to judge Peter Bailey (Brown '15) and MIT Coach Matt Lindblad for hearing another protest today resulting in a DSQ for Dartmouth in their final race of the final four. Photographer Rob Migliaccio was on hand to take incredible pics that will be up on the NEISA Facebook page soon. Thanks as well to the many Brown sailors who helped out all weekend. Some very exciting racing in the final four with the Brown Bears winning the 2016 Sharpe Trophy.

Final Results

#SchoolTeamRec.SkippersCrews
1BrownBrown UniversityBears 110-2Patrick Shanahan '19Katherine Sudol '16
Nathan Allman '16Ragna Eide '16
Pearson Potts '16Marina Cano '17
2DartmouthDartmouth CollegeBig Green9-3Hunter Johnstone '16Rebecca McElvain '19
Nathaniel Johansson '18Madeleine Walker '18
Christopher Williford '19Mary Amis '19
*3MITMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyEngineers7-5Ty Ingram '18Jordan Ladd '17
Alexander Stewart '17Greta Farrell '18
David Larson '16Lisa Sukharev-Chuyan '16
Cutter O'Connell '18Kyle Joba-Woodruff '17
Christopher Ford '16
*3TuftsTufts UniversityJumbos7-5Scott Barbano '17Ian Morgan '19
Casey Gowrie '16Florian Eenkema Van Dijk '19
Cameron Holley '19Taylor Hart '19
John Rolander '17Emily Shanley-Roberts '18
5HarvardHarvard UniversityCrimson5-4Andrew Mollerus '16Sydney Karnovsky '16
Nick DiGiovanni '19Julia Lord '17
Marek Zaleski '16Nomin-Erdene Jagdagdorj '17
Nick Sertl '18
6Roger WilliamsRoger Williams UniversityHawks4-5Martim Anderson '18Jennifer Agell '19
Dirk Johnson '18Rebecca Anderson '18
James Kennedy '17Michael McBrien '18
**7YaleYale UniversityBulldogs3-6Nicolas Hernandez '19Isabelle Rossi De Leon '17
Eric Anderson '16Amelia Dobronyi '17
Casey Klingler '18Kira Woods '19
b8BowdoinBowdoin CollegePolar Bears3-6Matthew Lyons '17Nora Cullen '18
Jack McGuire '17Hunter Moeller '17
William Hawk '18Louisa Lindgren '19
9BrownBrown UniversityBears 22-7James Barry '16Haley Carter '17
Sam Alexander '18Nathan Housberg '18
Megan Grapengeter-Rudnick '17Courtney Bergh '16
10Rhode IslandUniversity of Rhode IslandRams1-8Rachel Bryer '17Hannah Scanlon '18
Matthew Coughlin '16Kathryn Nota '19
Patrick Isherwood '17Jack Hurley '18
Dakota Northrup '19Ian Nannig '19
Sym.Explanation
*Tie stands
**Number of races won when tied teams met (1)
bNumber of races won when tied teams met (0)