Harry Anderson


Saturday, September 7:

Difficult racing today as the breeze was shifting from NE to NW all day. Velocity was between 3-12 knots and all course were W/L. 9 races were completed with A Div sailing Z420's and B Div sailing FJ's. Many thanks to Julie Wilson for the use of here inflatable which served as a great coach boat and To Yale Alum's Max Nickbarg, Marly Isler and Graham Landy for serving as markboat/on the water judges. Fleets will switch for Sundays racing.

Sunday, September 8:

Again difficult racing with a dying NW breeze of 4-8 knots inside the cove. A Div was sent in for lunch around 1230 and as they sailed in the wind began to die. B Div was left on the water as the seabreeze started to fill. Seven races were completed today on W/L courses. Max Nickbarg departed and Andrew Kurzrock took his place as a judge. Chris Lash served as the NEISA regatta rep. No Protests were filed and no breakdowns reported. 16 races were completed and Dartmouth was with 2019 Harry Anderson jr regatta winner!

Score summary

1DartmouthBig Green7189160
4Boston CollegeEagles111126237
6Boston UniversityTerriers109138247
7Coast GuardBears95155250
8Connecticut CollegeCamels156102258
11BowdoinPolar Bears139152291
12Rhode IslandRams200145345
14Roger WilliamsHawks172192364
16British UBritish U188242430
17Salve ReginaSeahawks232199431
18Maine MaritimeMariners286279565

Score history

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