Truxtun Umsted


Saturday, October 15:

Saturday was a very nice day in Annapolis. The sky was sunny and the temperatures hovered in the 60s for most of the day. There was no wind at first and the fleet was postponed on shore until 10:30. A light SE breeze filled in at 2-5 knots and racing began in the Severn River right off the Robert Crown Center. The wind was light and puffy and there was a noticeable current all day, making for challenging racing. During Race 8B, the wind shifted to the SW and we had to move the course out off Triton Point. The fleet returned to shore just before sunset after a very long day on the water. A Division sailed FJs, B sailed Z420s, C was in Lasers and D sailed Laser Radials. All races were trapezoids. Thanks to Michael Popp for enforcing rule 42. Also, thanks to the volunteers of the Naval Academy Sailing Squadron Social Committee for putting on a terrific barbecue for all of the competitors after racing.

Sunday, October 16:

Sunday started out with a light Southwesterly breeze and we started racing at 10:00 off Triton Point. The wind was very shifty and spotty. The conditions were marginal at best for the first set and a half. After lunch breaks, a southerly filled in and we were able to finish sail through race 16 in each division in very nice conditions - 8-12 knots. All races were trapezoids. No protests or requests for redress were filed on shore. Congratulations to Georgetown for winning the 2016 Truxtun Umsted Regatta.

Score summary

4Coast GuardBears114146130135525
5Boston CollegeEagles13514974184542
6George WashingtonColonials127122175130554
9Hobart & William SmStatesmen12491167191573
11St. Mary'sSeahawks143116193230682
12Old DominionMonarchs168182191173714
13Boston UniversityTerriers153221205154733
14South FloridaBulls190184240136750
17Kings PointMariners173194239210816

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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