Jack Boehringer '52 Memorial


Saturday, September 9:

Jack Boehringer '52 was a sailor, pilot, inventor, and philanthropist. He was a great Cornellian and Cornell Sailing is honored to pay tribute to his legacy annually at this Memorial Regatta.

Breeze came in as expected from the North and racing got underway at 9:45am. It was a beautiful day on Cayuga Lake with winds ranging from 8-17mph throughout the day. The breeze was mostly from the NW but there were some shifts from the NE to mix things up and keep racers on their toes. Racing was never delayed and we were able to complete 10A and 10B races. All races were W4's with only 1 general recall in B Division.

Thank you to the Cornell Sailors for helping to facilitate the racing. Hobart and William Smith leads the way heading into Sunday.

Sunday, September 10:

We arrived to a southerly with a predicted Northerly wind. When the South died off the Northerly filled in and we started race 11A at 10am. By the time they reached the gate the wind had died completely and the race was abandoned. We waited on water for a while before sending sailors ashore for a postponement. The lake was fully glassed off with nothing showing to the North and racing was called.

Congratulations to Hobart and William Smith for winning the 3rd Annual Jack Boehringer '52 Memorial Trophy. The perpetual will remain at Cornell with HWS engraved.

Thank you to the Cornell Sailors for facilitating a great event!

Score summary

1Hobart & WilliamStatesmen202141
2CornellBig Red 1423072
3CornellBig Red 4294877
4CornellBig Red 2394887
5CornellBig Red 35849107
*6Hobart & WilliamHerons7156127
*7Kings PointMariners7552127
**8Webb InstituteClippers58112170
12OttawaUniversity of Ottawa124103227
13ArmyBlack Knights133125258
16Penn StateNittany Lions153150303
*Head-to-head tiebreaker
**Number of high-place (2) finishes

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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