Nevins Trophy


Saturday, September 19:

Sailors were greeted to a shifty light southerly. We started the first race around 10:00 and sailed 4 races before a lunch break for A and B. Before lunch the breeze was S to SSW 0-6 knots. We kept C div. out for 6 races then sent them in for lunch. The breeze built through out the day and the last few races were pretty fast and fun! We finished the day with 10 races and sailors were back on shore around 1700. Courses were modified trapezoids all day.

1 protest was disallowed. 1 BKD was granted for a broken top section in race 1C. Thanks to Max from WAC for helping with the protest.

Tomorrow A will sail 420 and B will sail FJ.

Thanks to the KP sailors for setting the marks and helping run the event.

Sunday, September 20:

Day 2 at the Nevins Trophy saw great breeze and bigger waves. We started race racing at 0947 for A and B. We left the C div. on shore to stagger the fleets for a break later in the day. Sailed trapezoid courses all day with a NNE wind 8-17 knot winds. We were able to complete 18 races in each division.

Thank you to Bill Siener, Michael O'Connor, Ken Legler, Michael Callahan, and Julia Wiesner for hearing protests and a redress. Thanks to Michael Callahan and Marco Teixidor for running the BKD boat today.

Congratulations to the Georgetown Hoyas for winning the 2015 Nevins Trophy!

Thank you to the KP Midshipmen for running the event!

Score summary

3St. Mary'sSeahawks123119133375
4Old DominionMonarchs92130164386
6DartmouthBig Green158140107405
7Roger WilliamsHawks18216495441
8Hobart & WilliamStatesmen119155179453
13British ULimey257198173628
*18Washington CollegeShoremen255267280802
*19Kings PointMariners246301255802
*Number of high-place (4) finishes

Score history

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