Fall Fury


Saturday, September 13:

Sailors reported to Lake Mendota at 0830. Temperature started off in the 40s and climbed throughout the day to the upper-60s and sunny by the afternoon. Wind was 8-10 knots from the north for the first race at 1000 and consistently died and became shifty from the north-northwest for 5 races until the regatta went into postponement at 1300. At 1530, the regatta was taken out of postponement and A fleet sent back out for race 4A. Races were ended for the day at around 1730, having completed through 4A. No protest, redress or breakdown filed. Thank you to Phil Morley for serving as PRO.

Sunday, September 14:

Sailors reported to Lake Mendota at 0830. The day started with temps in the 40s but progressively climbed into the upper-60s, similar to Saturday. The wind was from the south-southwest at 9-10 knots and was very shifty. The regatta resumed with B division going out to finish their second set and it continued through 8B. The conditions remained steady throughout the event and racing occurred until 1430 when B division finished their last race. There was one protest and one breakdown filed. Awards were presented and the regatta concluded at 1545. Thank you for Ian Walter for being PRO and to Dave Elsmo, Cappy Capper and Geoff Pedrick for serving as judges. Huge thanks to all the teams that attended, especially University of South Florida.

Score summary

1MinnesotaGopher Gold201636
2South FloridaBulls142741
4Notre DameFighting Irish 1652287
7MinnesotaGopher Maroon5471125
8MarquetteGolden Eagles 18949138
9Michigan TechHusky One43114157
10UW MilwaukeePanthers9369162
11Northern MichiganWildcats7296168
12Illinois (Chicago)Flames9682178
13HopeFlying Dutchmen81122203
15MarquetteGolden Eagles 211697213
16Notre DameFighting Irish 2114114228
17St. Olaf CollegeLions124112236

Score history

The following chart shows the relative rank of the teams as of the race indicated. Note that the races are ordered by number, then division, which may not represent the order in which the races were actually sailed.

The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.

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