Sailors left the dock around 10am in a light and patchy westerly. However by the time the fleet had picked its way through the rowers the lower Basin had filled and racing began around 11am. The fleet battled a fluky westerly breeze ranging from 2-7kts with big shifts that shuffled the fleet each leg. Race 6A was abandoned when the river turned to glass and the fleet headed home soon after. After 5A and 4B races the Big Green sit in first place, winning both divisions, with the Jumbos just 7pts behind. Big thanks to Amanda Callahan and Matt Duggan helping to hear the one protest of the day and delivering swift justice with one DSQ.
As anticipated, teams arrived Sunday morning to find no breeze on the river. After teams rigged and Matt Duggan got smoked in a round of darts, teams headed out to the Lower Basin with fingers crossed. With just 20 minutes until the agreed time to abandon a light easterly began to fill across the river, and racing began around 1. 2 A races and 3 B races were run on course 4's before heading in around 3:30. Huge thanks to the BU boathouse staff and Stuart Minshull('14) for lending a helping hand and also to all the coaches who helped to hear protests and offered input to help to try to make the best of the tough breeze. After one heated leeward gate rounding, one protest was heard resulting in a DSQ and one request for redress was denied. Congratulations to the Dartmouth Big Green on winning the 2011 Regis Bowl
|1||Dartmouth College||Big Green||28||17||45|
|2||University of Rhode Island||Rams||37||25||62|
|5||University of Vermont||Catamounts||29||48||77|
|7||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Beavers||48||38||86|
|8||Bowdoin College||Polar Bears||49||45||94|
|*||10||Roger Williams University||Hawks||75||68||143|
|12||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||69||75||144|
|15||University of Connecticut||Huskies||115||MRP||115||MRP||230|
|16||Amherst College||Lord Jeffs||119||119||238|
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