The wind was very light when the day started so we postponed on shore for a while before heading out to race in the mouth of the Severn River just inside Tolly Point a little before noon. A 5-10 knot SSE breeze allowed for 8 very tight races. Significant motor boat chop and stiff competition made for a challenging day on the water. No protests or breakdown requests were filed.
Sunday started out very similarly to the day before. We postponed ashore for a while, headed out late in the morning to the mouth of the Severn River just inside Tolly Point and started racing in a 5-10 knot SE Breeze. At the start of race 11 things changed a bit, though. The wind shifted right and started blowing out of the South at 8-14 knots. The last few races were very fast paced and dynamic with many gains and losses to be had. No protests or breakdown requests were filed. Congratulations to the top 5 for qualifying for the Laser Performance College Sailing Men's Singlehanded Championship in Santa Barbara, CA on November 8-10 and to Leo Boucher of St. Mary's for winning the 2019 Carl Van Duyne MAISA Men's Singlehanded Championship.
|1||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Leo Boucher '22||67||67|
|2||U. S. Naval Academy||Gavin McJones '23||76||76|
|3||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Charles Carraway '22||83||83|
|4||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Carrson Pearce '21||85||85|
|5||Christopher Newport University||Vir Menon '20||121||121|
|6||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Luke Welker '21||123||123|
|7||U. S. Naval Academy||Connor Bayless '21||124||124|
|8||Georgetown University||Thomas McCann '22||125||125|
|9||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Jake Vickers '22||126||126|
|10||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Collin Porter '23||127||127|
|11||George Washington University||Cameron Feves '22||129||129|
|12||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||David Pearce '23||151||151|
|13||Queen's University||Robert Juhasz '21||153||153|
|14||George Washington University||Michael Ehnot '22||157||157|
|15||George Washington University||Soenke Jordan '21||168||168|
|16||Queen's University||William Bruce '21||181||181|
|17||George Washington University||Owen Timms '23||183||183|
|18||Hampton University||can dilikoglu '23||215||215|
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