There were 8 A races sailed on Saturday and 6 B races sailed. The competitorâ€™s meeting was at 9:45am on Saturday and boats were off the dock by 10:00am and the first race was sailed at 10:18am. The wind was coming from the North at 15mph during the morning but then the last race was sailed in about 5 knots. There was one protest filed which resulted in the disqualification of Bowdoin in race 5B. Donâ€™t forget Day Light Savingâ€™s is this evening! Sailing will commence at 10 am sharp on Sunday morning! Please note TechScore will be updated to reflect the one DSQ in race 5B as soon as possible. It currently is not shown due to technical difficulties. Submitted by Adrienne Adorno
There were 4 A races sailed and 6 B races sailed on Sunday, for a total of 24 races in the regatta. The competitorâ€™s meeting was at 9:45am on Sunday and boats were off the dock by 10:00am with the first race warning signal at 10:10am. Races were sailed out around the point of Fort Adams in a beautiful south- westerly. When racing started this morning the wind was about 7 mph, and continued to build to a maximum of around 19 mph. Typical awesome sailing conditions on Narragansett Bay! There were no protests filed today, and congratulations to the Coast Guard Academy Bears for winning the Rhode Island State Championships.
Submitted by Adrienne Adorno
|1||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||66||58||124|
|2||University of Rhode Island||Rams||81||57||138|
|4||University of Vermont||Catamounts||68||84||152|
|8||Salve Regina University||Seahawks||84||96||180|
|9||Bowdoin College||Polar Bears||103||84||187|
|12||Maine Maritime Academy||Mariners||82||154||236|
|13||Roger Williams University||Hawks||126||134||260|
|16||University of New Hampshire||Wildcats||179||201||380|
|17||University of Connecticut||Huskies||203||187||390|
|*||19||Amherst College||Lord Jeffs||252||252||504|
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