Day 1 saw a light NE breeze that built into a steady 8-12 from the NW. Sailors were treated to some big wave Lake Michigan sailing and 8 races were completed in swell. Two requests for redress were filed, one was granted.
Day 2 brought puffy conditions to Holland, MI. The race committee took pity on everyone and sailed inside the bay. Flat water was great and the wind was 10-20 knots from the SE. Six races were completed, no protests filed. Congrats to Henry Marshall of Harvard on winning the 2018 Singlehanded National Championships.
Thank you to our hosts, Grand Valley State University and Hope College Sailing Teams, MBYC and MBJA, to our sponsors Laser Performance and Marlow Ropes, to our RC lead by PRO Matt Bounds and all of our judges.
|1||Harvard University||Henry Marshall '22||40||40|
|2||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Leo Boucher '22||71||71|
|3||Georgetown University||Thomas McCann '22||73||73|
|4||Yale University||Nicholas Baird '19||75||75|
|5||Brown University||Patrick Shanahan '19||84||84|
|6||Boston College||Scott Rasmussen '20||88||88|
|7||College of Charleston||Gerald Williams '19||92||92|
|8||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Carrson Pearce '21||131||131|
|9||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Charles Carraway '22||137||137|
|10||University of Southern California||Upamanyu Dutta '20||141||141|
|11||College of Charleston||Malcolm Benn Smith '21||144||144|
|12||Jacksonville University||Jack Gower '20||156||156|
|13||Christopher Newport University||Vir Menon '20||165||165|
|14||Texas A&M University at Galveston||John Hanna '19||166||166|
|15||Stanford University||John Kirkpatrick '22||184||184|
|16||Oregon State University||Michael Levy '19||186||186|
|17||University of Wisconsin||Korbin Kierstead '19||215||215|
|18||Marquette University||Bobby Sessions '20||242||242|
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.