St Francis Interconference

Summary

Saturday, April 2:

Two great days of racing on San Francisco Bay! The race course was put below Golden Gate yacht club and in front of Fort Mason due to current strength. The course was certainly dynamic with current and wind shifts. Both days saw the breeze build nicely from the WSW direction. Courses W3 and W4's were sailed. Two protests and one redress were filed resulting in 2 DSQ's and granted redress.

A Big thank you to the St. Francis YC volunteers and Race staff for supporting and running the event. A special thanks to Russ Silvestri for Being PRO. Thank you to Greg Meher for being our judge for the weekend as well.

Congrats the the UCSB Gauchos for the win! Ole!

Sunday, April 3:

Two great days of racing on San Francisco Bay! The race course was put below Golden Gate yacht club and in front of Fort Mason due to current strength. The course was certainly dynamic with current and wind shifts. Both days saw the breeze build nicely from the WSW direction. Courses W3 and W4's were sailed. Two protests and one redress were filed resulting in 2 DSQ's and granted redress.

A Big thank you to the St. Francis YC volunteers and Race staff for supporting and running the event. A special thanks to Russ Silvestri for Being PRO. Thank you to Greg Meher for being our judge for the weekend as well.

Congrats the the UCSB Gauchos for the win! Ole!

Score summary

SchoolTeamABTOT
1UC Santa BarbaraGauchos7337110
2StanfordCardinal4673119
3HawaiiRainbows5765122
4Southern CalTrojans4979128
5BerkeleyBears12243165
6BerkeleyMama Bears13572207
7StanfordWhite12194215
8Cal PolyMustang119114233
9Oregon StateBeavers119133252
10UC Los AngelesBruins164106270
11HawaiiRainbow Wahine123151274
12CSU Long Beach49ers120173293
13UC IrvineAnteaters122174296
14Santa ClaraBroncos110193303
15Western WashingtonVikings196156352
16WashingtonHuskies174179353
17UC San DiegoTritons149217366
18UC Santa CruzBanana Slug's225162387

Score history

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