A beautiful day with temps in the 60's and some sunshine. Big shifts and velocity changes throughout the day with the wind going back and forth between the northwest and northeast at 5-15 knots. All courses were windward/leewards with A-division in FJs and B-division in Z420s. 10 races were sailed in each division by 6pm. 3 protests were filed resulting in DSQ's for Brown Bears One in A-division and Tufts B-division. Z420 #7 was removed from the rotation after the traveler broke in half. Very tight racing!
Competitors arrived to a rapidly dying northerly on day two of the Sherman Hoyt Trophy. Only 1 race was sailed in each division in a 3-5 knot northeasterly to begin the day before the wind died. Postponed on shore at 11:15am and abandoned for the day at 1:50. A huge thanks to Dan Rabin for being the PRO, Luke Adams (Brown '15) for judging and helping out, Chris Crane for judging, and the many Brown sailors who helped out. Thanks as well to David Thompson (Dartmouth) for hearing a protest and Brian Swingly (Coast Guard) for being the NEISA Rep. Congrats to Harvard on dominant win!
|2||Bowdoin College||Polar Bears||109||52||161|
|3||Roger Williams University||Hawks||76||89||165|
|4||Brown University||Bears 1||95||75||170|
|*||5||Yale University||Bulldogs 1||93||80||173|
|**||6||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||94||79||173|
|**||7||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers||87||86||173|
|9||Yale University||Bulldogs 2||71||128||199|
|10||Dartmouth College||Big Green||90||113||203|
|13||University of Rhode Island||Rams||107||125||232|
|15||University of Vermont||Catamounts||152||92||244|
|16||Brown University||Bears 2||129||125||254|
|17||Massachusetts Maritime Academy||Buccaneers||133||152||285|
|18||Salve Regina University||Seahawks||151||150||301|
|**||Number of high-place (3) finishes|
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