Carl Van Duyne


Saturday, October 8:

two races were held in a 4 knot westerly. Racing was postponed from 12:00 - 5:15 when the fleet went back out for 3 races in a 5 knot southerly. Racing continues tomorrow. Thanks to the midshipmen on race committee for sticking it out through a very long day.

Sunday, October 9:

Postponed all day. No racing. Thanks to the midshipmen at USMMA for serving as RC. Congratulations to John Wallace '14 STM, Chris Barnard '13 GTN, Samuel Blouin '12 HWS and Philip Alley '12 COR and good luck at the ICSA Singlehanded Nationals.

Score summary

1St. Mary'sJohn Wallace '141616
2GeorgetownChris Barnard '131919
3Hobart & WilliamSamuel Blouin '122121
4CornellPhilip Alley '122424
5Queen'sMatthew Ryder '122929
6Washington CollegeRyan Bailey '153232
7PennsylvaniaMichael Russom '133535
8Queen'sEvert McLaughlin '124040
9GeorgetownAlex Post '155050
10NY MaritimeRandall Hartranft '125252
11NavyGeorge Prieto '135454
12Old DominionGavin Rudolph '125959
13Old DominionCollin Leon '136161
14Hobart & WilliamTimothy Zacher '136767
15NY MaritimeMatthew Schoene '156969
*16Old DominionEvan Hoffmann '147575
*17NavyGabriel Tang '157575
18Hobart & WilliamJohn Darby '147878
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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