Fall Fury


Saturday, September 14:

Saturday commenced with light South-West winds, 7 gusting to 11 mph, oscillating back and firth between South and South-West. As the day went on, the winds built, and at its peak there were gusts to about 12 mph. It was a cooler day, especially when the wind was up, about 65-70 degrees. The first race signal was at 9:36 am, with racing going all day until 5:35. It was a long but very rewarding day for the 17 420s we had on the water all day; we completed 8 races in each division. After Saturday Wisco is in first and second, with Notre Dame and Minnesota close behind.

Sunday, September 15:

Sunday was another great day of sailing in Madison. The day started with a light 4 knot breeze out of the southeast. As the day progressed, the wind velocity fluctuated as it slowly revolved 270 degrees, and by the last race the wind was coming out of the Northeast, at 9 knots. The sailors ventured out onto the water in 55 degree weather as it rained throughout the morning. We were able to fit 4 races in each division, completing the last start just within the time limit. Overall, we finished 12 races in each division, and Wisconsin Coed won the regatta with Minnesota and Wisconsin Women's close behind, respectively. Although the conditions this weekend were frustrating at times, sailors came out of it with a plethora of new experience sailing in shifty, variable winds. Thank you to PRO Nicole Coleman, and Judge George Griswald for coming out and helping with the event!

Score summary

1WisconsinBadgers 27638114
2MinnesotaGopher Gold4669115
3WisconsinBadgers 15466120
4Notre DameFighting Irish4085125
8UW MilwaukeePanthers53136189
9TulaneGreen Wave15160211
10MinnesotaMinnesota Women85142227
11Michigan TechHusky One93146239
12Western MichiganWestern Michigan145119264
13MarquetteGolden Eagles 2133139272
14Illinois (Chicago)Flames138158296
15MarquetteGolden Eagles 1145152297
16Northern MichiganWildcats139186325

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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