SAISA sailors arrived to the J. Stewart Jr. Sailing complex at 9:00am to cloudy skies with a light and shifty NW wind. The first two races of the event were sailed in the Cooper River. The shifty wind was keeping the RC on their toes & the ebb tide began to rip, so we scooped up the marks and headed to crab bank. The wind on the the bank was steadier and the current was more in line with the course. We completed race 8B in a 4-6 knot N/W wind with a slacking ebb tide before heading back to the dock for a lunch break. The final 8 races took place in the Cooper river with a slightly more cooperative wind and tide. All courses were a trapezoid configuration. We had no break downs and one protest was filed and disallowed. Thanks to coach Ned for running the RC and all of the Cougar sailors who helped manage a quality event!
|1||College of Charleston||Cougars||24||27||51|
|2||University of South Florida||Bulls||30||44||74|
|6||University of Miami||Hurricanes||71||83||154|
|7||University of North Carolina at Wilmington||Seahawks||78||97||175|
|10||Georgia Institute of Technology||Yellow Jackets||68||138||206|
|11||North Carolina State University||Wolfpack||107||112||219|
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