Saturday, September 10:

The sailors were met with a light 4-5 mph westerly breeze with racing starting at 10:15. The course was set in the river right under the USS Yorktown with an unusually light current. 6 challenging races were sailed before the breeze shut off leaving the race management team with the hopes of a nice predicted seabreeze. Though it took awhile.. At 3:15 a nice 8-10 southerly filled and a total of 9 sets were sailed in some relatively straight and square breeze. Congrats to the Usf Gators for a great day. CofC is second and Eckerd is third. Nice job to all the Cougars for a solid day of race management and some good mark moving! Tomorrow looks to be a nice day with a predicted southerly. Go Saisa!

Sunday, September 11:

Unfortunately the predicted southerly seabreeze never filled as predicted and the Cougar race management wrestled with a shifty light Westerly with puffs to 5 mph! And yes there was the typical Charleston flood current to spice it up. 3 sets were sailed before racing was cancelled for the day at 12:30. The C of C Cougars came back to a 1 pt victory over the Eckerd Tritons with the Florida Gators a close third (sorry for the mistake about their identity while leading last night!). Congrats to all the teams on sailing well in a tough series and thanks to the Cougar race team for managing a tough series... Jack Thompson led the gang Saturday and Lawson Williard was Pro Sunday-thanks to them and their patient race manage teams! Safe early travels back for all our Saisa teams!

Score summary

5Georgia TechYellow Jackets72108180
6South FloridaBulls10385188
7North Carolina StateWolfpack95105200
8U. MiamiHurricanes107106213
9U South CarolinaGamecocks93130223
10Florida StateSeminoles14299241
11UNC WilmingtonSeahawks132120252
12DukeBlue Devils140119259

Score history

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