AWESOME CONDITIONS!! 8-18 kts of great NE wind under partly cloudy skies and seasonably warm temperatures made for terrific racing, which was extremely close. Many mark roundings involved the entire fleet in seconds.
3 full sets of races were completed. 1 protest which was disallowed, 1 BKD, many alternative penalties performed.
BC Eagles lead followed by Charleston Cougars and Roger Williams Hawks.
Another great day of collegiate sailing in 6-15 knots of NE breeze with gradually increasing shifts through the day. Two full sets per division were sailed.
Congratulations to BC for a solid win with consistent finishes throughout.
Several protests with one DSQ. Many 720s, but fewer than Saturday. Very close finishes throughout.
Many thanks to our jury, Bill Morris on Saturday and Ted Green on Sunday. Additional thanks to the entire URI team for their efforts to make a logistically challenged event come off with near perfection. Special thanks to Marisa Decollibus for a great job scoring,, pulling marks and anchors and anything else that needed doing.
Skip Whyte Head Coach, URI Rams
|4||Roger Williams University||Hawks||72||68||140|
|5||Dartmouth College||Big Green||102||47||149|
|6||College of Charleston||Cougars||73||88||161|
|7||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||84||79||163|
|11||University of Rhode Island||Rams||80||115||195|
|12||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Seahawks||96||102||198|
|15||SUNY Maritime College||Privateers||133||97||230|
|16||Salve Regina University||Seahawks||121||113||234|
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