NEISA Men's Singlehanded Championship


Saturday, September 22:

Racing began around noon in a light WSW breeze, 4-6 knots. The breeze became increasingly unstable, forcing the abandonment of race 2 and a postponement. The sea breeze filled at 2:45, allowing for five races in good conditions, SE 6-8 knots.

Sunday, September 23:

NW breeze ranging from 8-15 knots allowed for racing to begin on time at 10:15. The breeze held all day with very long shifts, getting longer and a bit bigger as the day progressed. Twelve more races were completed by 4:15.

Many thanks to judges John Moulthrop and Jeff Dusek. Thanks to their rule 42 enforcement, and strong self-policing by competitors, there were many 720s but no protests.

Also thanks to BC's Isabelle Salvaterra '14 for excellent RC work and BC's Evan Woodford '14 for keeping scores current.

Congratulations to Conference Champion Cam Cullman and to Michael Zonnenberg, Colin Smith, and Luke Adams who advance to the ICSA Singlehanded Nationals in Long Beach.

Score summary

1YaleCam Cullman '137171
2VermontMichael Zonnenberg '15105105
3BrownColin Smith '13110110
4BrownLucas Adams '15124124
5TuftsWilliam Hutchings '13147147
6MITPhilip Crain '13152152
*7TuftsDan Nickerson '15157157
*8BrownJames Barry '16157157
9Boston CollegeDomenic Bove '15159159
10HarvardMarek Zaleski '16161161
11YaleMax Nickbarg '14167167
12Boston CollegeRyan Schmitz '15175175
13DartmouthBo McClatchy '13188188
14MITJoseph Paggi '16226226
15BrownReid Secondo '16231231
16MITWilliam Livernois '16262262
17VermontHenry O'Brien '15268268
18Roger WilliamsMax Lopez '15280280
19HarvardLuke O'Connor '14323323
20NortheasternLuke Orchardo '16331331
*Number of high-place (1) finishes

Score history

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.

The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.

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