Saturdays racing was delayed for 2 hours until the wind filled. A light easterly filled in and stayed steady for the rest of the day allowing half of the scheduled races to be completed. One protest was filed and the hearing was delayed until the next morning because of several other regattas being held at the Toms River Yacht Club. At 8 am the protest committee heard its only case and even brought the parties outside to recreate the moment of collision by using 420 on dollies and heeling them over to get a better idea of the event. Two boats masts hit while crossing. Their decision resulted in a dsq.
Sundays racing was also delayed by an hour but conditions turned sailable soon after. Lots of motorboat chop had the Tech dinghies moving slow so the committee gave them a once around while the 420's had a 2 lap course.
Thank you to our judges Drew Seibert and Harry Foote, Race committee PRO Brad Wright and his crew of Kyle Donnley and the OCC team members. Thank you to Toms River Yacht club for use of their great facility and owners of the Tech Dinghies.
Loyola College scores are not included in the official transcript due to technical difficulties. They Finished 8th with 223 points and race scores were: A: 8,10,16,15,13,4,12,11,8,7,18,8,2,7 139 B: 8,10,10,3,7,4,9,6,3,2,3,5,5,9, 84
Congrats to Penn on their win.
|1||University of Pennsylvania||Quakers||49||44||93|
|*||2||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||85||36||121|
|4||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Seahawks||59||63||122|
|5||University of Virginia||Wahoos||110||68||178|
|*||6||Ocean County College||Vikings||92||104||196|
|13||Penn State University||Penn State||188||160||348|
|14||Christopher Newport University||Captains||178||179||357|
|16||University of Maryland/Baltimore County||Maryland/Baltimore||205||195||400|
|17||University of Delaware||Delaware||218||200||418|
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