The goal was to get 2 full sets in Saturday afternoon but due to the fading westerly wind and strong ebbing current only 1 full was completed.
Saturday 2 races were run late in the afternoon in a dying westerly and strong ebbing current. Following the women’s conference championships. The goal was for four races in the evening but the wind didn’t cooperate.
Sunday saw a beautiful NNW breeze with 8-10 knots and a slight ebb current.
After the 2nd set the winds became unstable with wide ranges of wind strength between 4 and 12 knots. The race committee struggled to keep up with wind shifts but were able to get 9 total races in each division.
Special thanks to Conner Blouin for serving as SAISA rep and protest committee. There was one protest resulting in a DSQ.
Thanks to all the JU sailors that help with race committee and shore crew. Thanks David Hein for the use of his boat.
|1||College of Charleston||Cougars||24||20||44|
|*||3||University of South Florida||Bulls||44||36||80|
|5||University of Miami||Hurricanes||46||49||95|
|6||Florida State University||Seminoles||58||40||98|
|7||North Carolina State University||Wolfpack||64||49||113|
|8||University of Florida||Gators||62||67||129|
|9||University of South Carolina||Gamecocks||80||74||154|
|11||Georgia Institute of Technology||Yellow Jackets||88||95||183|
|12||University of Georgia||Bulldogs||89||99||188|
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.
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