Faye Benent - MAISA Women's Singles


Saturday, September 23:

The MAISA Women's Singlehanded Championship for the Faye Bennet Trophy took place today in classic Annapolis fashion. Sunny, 85 degrees, motor boats a plenty and fickle winds. Race one was sailed in a light northwesterly in the Severn River before the breeze shifted due north forcing race committee out to the entrance of Back Creek where three more races were sailed in 6-8 knots before lunch. After lunch, the wind shifted even further right, and continued to die, so the fleet took a leisurely cruise out past Greenbury Point to sail two more races in a dying easterly. No protests were filed. Thank you to Juliet Thompson and a whole host of midshipmen for helping out on Race Committee. Hopefully we will find the wind tomorrow morning.

Sunday, September 24:

This morning races were started in a 6-8 knot northerly in Whitehall Bay. The breeze slowly died all morning so that by the end of the fourth race, it was no longer within the wind limit to start any more races. Sailors went to shore for a brief lunch break, then towed around Annapolis harbor searching for the wind. We never found it. Congratulations to Lola Bushnell from Georgetown for winning the MAISA Women's Singlehanded Championship, and the top five boats for qualifying for the ICSA Singlehanded Nationals.

Score summary

1GeorgetownLola Bushnell '183737
2PennsylvaniaLenox Butcher '204848
3George WashingtonRiley Legault '195555
*4GeorgetownCarly Broussard '215656
*5GeorgetownHaddon Hughes '195656
6GeorgetownMacey McCann '206060
7NavyJessica McJones '207272
8GeorgetownRose Edwards '187474
9NavyBrittney Slook '209191
10CornellGillian Boehringer '189797
11St. Mary'sEllie Ungar '199898
12Old DominionBridget Groble '21108108
13CornellGabby Rizika '20111111
14Hobart & WilliamJessica Lietz '20112112
15St. Mary'sGloria Kevliciute '21145145
16CornellPatricia Corujo '21157157
17Christopher NewportKaitlyn Reilly '18158158
18VirginiaHannah Lothrop '21175175
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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