NEISA Coed Championship/US Coast Guard Alumni Bowl


Saturday, April 29:

Excellent conditions allowed for ten races per division to be completed. The breeze ranged from 8 to over 15 knots in the final race, shifting gradually right throughout the day from WSW to WNW by day's end. Most races sailed in 12-14. Courses were windward/leewards with four legs or five legs. Eight races per division remain.

Sunday, April 30:

Seven additional races per division completed in excellent conditions, 10-14 out of the SE and incoming tide most of the day. Close racing throughout the regatta, with qualifiers (top 9) being determined in the final races. Congratulations to the 2017 NEISA Coed Champions and winners of the US Coast Guard Alumni Bowl, Yale University.

Many thanks are due to all the volunteers and schools that loaned equipment. The volunteer race committee did an excellent job, with Alden Reid as PRO, Charley Cook in the mark boat and BC undergrads Jake Rizika and Catharine Bowman assisting. Chief Judge Kelsey Wheeler, along with Stephanie Hudson, Michael Drumm, Mikey Grosso, and Scott Houck heard several protests and did an excellent job. BC coaches Beth Barnard and Alex Cook kept the boats in working order and handled all breakdowns. And several NEISA schools loaned coach boats and equipment, including BU, Coast Guard, Connecticut College, Harvard, and MIT. Milton Academy also loaned us two power boats.

Finally, a huge thank you to the members of the Savin Hill Yacht Club for opening the YC doors to NEISA for the weekend.

Score summary

2Roger WilliamsHawks13880218
3Boston CollegeEagles13294226
4Boston UniversityTerriers119119238
5Coast GuardBears141120261
*6DartmouthBig Green137127264
8Rhode IslandRams103172275
12BowdoinPolar Bears174148322
13Connecticut CollegeCamels171173344
16Salve ReginaSeahawks197249446
17Johnson and WalesWildcats194294488
*Number of high-place (1) finishes

Score history

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.

The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.

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