Yale Women's


Saturday, October 19:

The first race was not started until 2:30 in the afternoon after a long wait on shore for wind. The cove and Long Island Sound as far as we could see was complete glass. 6 races were sailed in both divisions in a nice southerly between 6 and 12 knots with difficult chop. All courses were trapezoids with a bottom reach to the finish. With the outgoing tide we had multiple recalls and multiple OCS's throughout the day. Meredith Killion was the judged today and will hear a request for redress tomorrow morning at 9am. Particular thanks go out to Meredith and Natalya, Graham, Chandler for helping on mark boat and RC. Conn Colleges gets BIG thank you for the use of their whaler for the coaches.

Sunday, October 20:

Finally, here are the scores and summary! Sunday looked to be a blustery day a first glance but once the fleets hit the water and sailed out to the sound the breeze was west 8-16 knots. All courses were trapezoids with a bottom reach to the finish. The mark boat was busy all day moving marks in the shifty breeze. 6 more races were sailed. The I flag was used used only in the first few starts and put away for the rest of the day. The X flag was required on a few starts with most boats restarting. Two boats were scored OCS. There were no breakdowns and no protests were filed. I think at every finish of every race each boat thanked the RC. You're Welcome! Again special thanks to Connecticut College for the Coach boat! Today David Peck helped out on mark boat and Kate Gaumond and Emily Johnson helped out on RC. The Yale Bulldogs came away victorious winning by a 57 point margin!

Score summary

2Boston CollegeEagles5492146
5DartmouthBig Green9186177
7Coast GuardBears108111219
10Old DominionMonarchs119110229
11Rhode IslandRams128115243
12BowdoinPolar Bears111140251
13St. Mary'sSeahawks141112253
15Boston UniversityTerriers124165289
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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