Light and variable on Salt Pond. 1 set sailed in a dying northerly followed by an abandonment in the second set and a long postponement. Second set in an easterly and a final set in a northeasterly. Nothing over 5 knots all day. Despite the variable conditions the racing was good and very close at times. All course 4s.
Skip Whyte was race officer with capable assistance from Austin Glazier '17 and Matt Gibbs '17.
Light air and big shifts. Close racing.
|1||Brown University||Bears 1||59||58||117|
|2||University of Vermont||Catamounts||72||85||157|
|3||Brown University||Bears 2||94||107||201|
|5||University of Rhode Island||Rams 1||94||153||247|
|6||Roger Williams University||Hawks||109||141||250|
|8||University of Rhode Island||Rams 2||176||185||361|
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