Saturday's racing began in a 5 knot Westerly breeze. A course was set in the cove near Greenbury Point in the Severn River. The wind shifted northwest during the morning and increased slightly in strength, but the racing was very puffy and shifty. After three races, the wind died completely and the fleet headed in for lunch. After about an hour break, a Southerly filled in and the fleet headed back out for 5 more races, before the wind died again. The wind stayed light during the afternoon, although it was less shifty than the morning.
Sunday started out cloudy rainy and considerably cooler that the day before. The wind was coming from the North at 5-10 knots, and a course was set off Horn Point in the mouth of the Severn River near Bembe Beach. The north is not a good wind direction in the Severn, so the wind tended to settle in from either the Northwest or the Northeast, leading to some massive shifts. The wind lightened through the course of the morning and the fleet headed in for a short lunch break after six races. When we came back out, the breeze had settled in further northeast and built in strength to 7-15 knots, giving us the best breeze of the weekend. Arielle DeLisser from Hobart and William Smith Colleges took off in the breeze and separated herself from the tight fleet to win the 2010 Faye Bennet MAISA Women's Single-Handed Championship.
Thanks to LT Ben herring and his team of Midshipmen for running a quality event and to Herb Larrabee, Scott Kirwin, and Dave Clinnin for serving as on the water judges.
Congratulations to Airelle DeLisser '14 from HWS, Marissa Lihan '14 from Navy, Kelly Crane '11 from HWS, and Morgan Wilson '11 from ODU for qualifying to compete in the ICSA Women's Single-Handed National Championship in St. Petersburg, FL on November 5-7.
|1||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Arielle DeLisser '14||73||73|
|2||U. S. Naval Academy||Marissa Lihan '14||85||85|
|3||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Kelly Crane '11||86||86|
|4||Old Dominion University||Morgan Wilson '11||95||95|
|5||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Mayumi Roller '13||114||114|
|6||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Caroline Patten '11||137||137|
|7||Georgetown University||Sydney Bolger '12||146||146|
|8||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Brooke Lyon '14||151||151|
|9||Georgetown University||Nancy Hagood '14||167||167|
|10||Georgetown University||Emily Gowell '13||179||179|
|11||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Kayla McComb '13||190||190|
|12||Cornell University||Lauren Turner '13||204||204|
|13||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Lauren Schoene '13||215||215|
|14||Old Dominion University||Corina Radtke '14||224||224|
|15||U. S. Naval Academy||Killian Corbishley '14||228||228|
|16||Old Dominion University||Katie Cummings '14||253||253|
|17||Old Dominion University||Rachel Austin '14||256||256|
|18||Cornell University||Alison Love '11||275||275|
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.
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