It was a great day for sailing at the John Quinn Regatta on the Shrewsbury River. We started racing in the morning with 10-12 gusting to 15 from the south all day. It was up to 18 by noon, then began easing around 3 and was down to 8-10 by the last race of the day. We were able to complete 8 races for both A and B. There were no protests. MON had a breakdown in race 2A.
Day Two started out of the north less than 3 knots of breeze. It was 4-8 for the first race and 4-6 for the second. The breeze completely shut off so B fleet stayed ashore until 1130 when the breeze came back. It was 4-6 for 2 B races. A gentle sea breeze filled in out of the east at 5-8 for the rest of the day allowing us one more A and B set for a complete regatta. Congratulations to our top 3 Princeton University, Washington College and and SUNY Stonybrook.
|3||SUNY Stony Brook||Seawolves||35||62||97|
|6||Stevens Institute of Technology||Ducks||79||MRP||69||148|
|7||Loyola University Maryland||Greyhounds||58||91||149|
|10||Ocean County College||Vikings||110||124||234|
|11||University of Delaware||Blue Hens||110||126||236|
|12||Rutgers University||Scarlet Knights||134||129||263|
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