Stoney Burke JV

Summary

Saturday, October 19:

Saturday morning we were greeted by a glassy Clipper Cove, so the regatta was postponed until about noon when a Northerly breeze seemed to be filling. We setup the course for the northerly and attempted a start, only for the wind to die again. Around 1pm we finally got a start off because the typical westerly had settled in. We were able to run 5 races in both divisions, and as the afternoon went on the wind built to 10-12 kts, and combined with the sun and nice temperature, this made for perfect afternoon sailing on the Bay into early evening.

Sunday, October 20:

Sunday started off with dense fog and zero wind at Treasure Island. By 11am the fog had mostly burnt off and a westerly breeze was building. The conditions were lighter than Saturday, but by the cutoff time of 3pm we were able to get 4 races off in both divisions. Special thanks to all the Cal alumni, parents, and volunteers for helping make the Stoney Burke Regatta run flawlessly. There were over 200 sailors from all over the United States, as well as a team from British Columbia, in attendance which made for the best Stoney Burke Regatta ever!

Score summary

SchoolTeamABTOT
1UC Santa BarbaraGauchos 1651984
2UC Santa BarbaraGauchos 3375087
3CSU Long Beach49ers475097
4BerkeleyGolden Bears 14663109
*5UC Santa BarbaraGauchos 26251113
*6BerkeleyGolden Bears 28132113
7Santa ClaraBroncos7165136
8Trojans5684140
9Cal MaritimeKeelhaulers5897155
10BerkeleyGolden Bears 39067157
11UC San DiegoTritons8686172
12Monterey BayOtters8991180
13UC IrvineAnteaters63126189
14UC Santa CruzBanana Slug's12596221
15UC DavisAggies 2130115245
16UC DavisAggies 1142137279
17UC Los AngelesBruins135147282
Sym.Explanation
*Number of high-place (1) finishes

Score history

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