Men's Singlehanded Nationals


Saturday, November 8:

A cold and foggy day resulted in no sailing for the first day of the College Sailing Laser Performance Men's Singlehanded National Championships. The fleet hit the water once in the afternoon, but fog rolled back in to prevent racing.

Sunday, November 9:

After no racing Saturday and a strong morning forecast, the race committee moved report time and first start up one hour. Racing started promptly at 9:30 by PRO Ben Glass. Wind started at 12-15 with gusts to 20 from the south and large waves 3-5 feet. Inner and Outer trapezoid courses were sailed all day. Wind and waves eased off and shifted west. Wind speed was around 6-8 and waves around 1-2 feet for races 3-4. Around 2pm the wind fell below 3knts and racing was called for the weekend with 6 races completed.

Thanks to PRO Ben Glass, Chief Judge Bryan McDonald, the Bellingham Yacht Club, Western Washington University, and Whatcom Sailing for running a great event.

Thanks to our sponsors LaserPerformance, Marlow Ropes for providing great lasers and mainsheets.

Congrats to Stefano Peschiera from the College of Charleston on winning the Glen S. Foster Trophy as the College Sailing Men's Singlehanded National Champion. Luke Muller from Stanford finished 2nd and Avery Fanning of Coast Guard finished 3rd.

Score summary

1CharlestonStefano Peschiera '181515
2StanfordLuke Muller '182222
3Coast GuardAvery Fanning '163939
4YaleMalcolm Lamphere '184141
5GeorgetownNevin Snow '164242
6CharlestonReed Baldridge '164444
*7YaleJoseph Kiss '174545
*8NavyAddison Hackstaff '184545
9George WashingtonBrendan Shanahan '174949
10Washington UJames Harvey '175858
11StanfordKieran Chung '155959
12CharlestonCharles Rees '166262
13Roger WilliamsMartim Anderson '186565
14Texas A&M GalvestonTrey Hartman '157777
15WisconsinMatthew Ripkey '178181
16FordhamWill Holz '178686
17Oregon StateBrian Hickman '159898
18WisconsinNathan Jamieson '17100100
*Number of high-place (3) finishes

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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