The Toni Deutsch MIT '58 Trophy


Saturday, September 9:

A very light northerly gave way to a 5-7 knot seabreeze with longer than normal oscillations for the Charles River. Cloud cover inland eventually made the heat pump stop working and the breeze turned off.

The first women's regatta of the new academic year had 16 very competitive teams sailing in FJs and Fireflies. More racing on tap tomorrow with the Divisions switching boat types. Many thanks to Stan Schreyer who was our icsa rep while Hugh Dougherty helped out and did a great job running races.

Toni Deutsch MIT '58 was an instrumental leader of women racing at the highest level in intercollegiate sailing. She was the first woman at MIT to earn a varsity letter under the tutelage of MIT's first Sailing Master, Jack Wood.

Franny Charles

Sunday, September 10:

A light northerly breeze which eventually gave into the seabreeze made for some challenging conditions for the sailors as well as the race managers. Seven more races were completed to get a total of 15 completed in the weekend. A Division raced Fireflies today and B Division sailed in the turbo FJs. Lots of very tight gate turns and finishes were enjoyed throughout the event.

Boston College dominated with a 46 point margin over Dartmouth Big Green. Isabella Loosbrock and Emma Perry won A Division while Sophia Reineke and Alice Bohan took B Division honors. The Harvard Crimson tokk third overall just 11 points behind Dartmouth.

Franny Charles and Hugh Dougherty shared the race management duties. Dan Rabin and John Ingalls heard the one protest filed in the regatta.

Score summary

1Boston CollegeEagles6539104
2DartmouthBig Green9059149
*5Boston UniversityTerriers10789196
8Connecticut CollegeCamels122117239
10Rhode IslandRams147138285
11Roger WilliamsHawks139171310
12BowdoinPolar Bears165155320
14Coast GuardBears150183333
16Salve ReginaSeahawks215223438
*Number of high-place (1) finishes

Score history

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