Pacific Coast Championship

Summary

Saturday, November 15:

With 24 teams on the Varsity course and 24 teams on the JV course, this year's Fall Pacific Coast Championship was a huge event and fortunately had great conditions for the majority of the time, boasting low 70's for temperature and breeze at about 6-12 knots for the vast portion of the regatta.

Saturday started out with an early morning south easterly breeze that quickly clocked right and began to build. The three division varsity course quickly got into the groove on rotating between boats, however around 2:30pm, the breeze started to die down a bit.

The JV course was competing with 3 race sets and saw similar conditions on their course.

There were no protests filed on day 1.

A huge thank you to the co-PRO help of Carson Shevitz and Kathleen Baushke along with assistance from UCSB Sailing Team alumni Scott Deardorff, Jeff Grange, and John Long. Nick Ewenson from Laser Performance was also on site to help out with mark set.

University of Hawaii led after day 1.

Sunday, November 16:

With 24 teams on the Varsity course and 24 teams on the JV course, this year's Fall Pacific Coast Championship was a huge event and fortunately had great conditions for the majority of the time, boasting low 70's for temperature and breeze at about 6-12 knots for the vast portion of the regatta.

After a quick conference meeting Sunday morning, racing got under way promptly at 10:30am. The breeze had filled nicely and continued to build throughout the afternoon into the 8-12 range. Racing was tight between the top two teams of Hawaii and the Stanford women's team, however Hawaii took care of business down the stretch and won the three division and two division regattas. A total of 9 races were completed for all three divisions and one request for redress was filed and denied.

On the JV course, 9 races were completed for A & B divisions with UCSB taking 1st-4th and Cal Maritime taking 5th.

A huge thank you to the co-PRO help of Carson Shevitz and Kathleen Baushke along with assistance from UCSB Sailing Team alumni Scott Deardorff, Jeff Grange, and John Long. Nick Ewenson from Laser Performance was also on site to help out with mark set.

Congratulations to Hawaii on winning the 2014 Fall Pacific Coast Championship!

Score summary

SchoolTeamAPBPCPTOT
1HawaiiRainbows35271678
2StanfordWhite39312191
3StanfordRed434244129
4Cal MaritimeKeelhaulers414156138
5Trojans467758181
6UC Santa BarbaraGauchos886047195
7CSU Long Beach49ers748043197
8Channel IslandsDolphins2286133241
9UC Santa BarbaraGaucho Women10493102299
10VictoriaThunder119MRP98MRP88MRP305
11Santa ClaraBroncos9189135315
12Western WashingtonVikings100111127338
13UC San DiegoTritons13916297398
14BerkeleyCALIFORNIA158127128413
15UC IrvineAnteaters133145141419
16UC DavisAggies145153123421
17Cal PolyMustang164131136431
18UC Los AngelesBruins171129155455
19Arizona StateSun Devils145193160498
20BerkeleyCALIFORNIA Women179148187514
21UC Santa CruzBanana Slug's176184163523
22Monterey BayOtters177192158527
23OregonDucks187126219532
24Westmont CollegeWarriors144204192540

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.

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