It was a tricky first day at the 2019 Laser South and Navy Women's Open. We began the day postponed ashore until a light 3-5 knot NW breeze filled in and we headed out into the Severn River. 2 Races were completed before a SE breeze began to fill and made the racing unstable. We came in for a short lunch break before heading out near Greenbury Point to race in a 4-8 knot SE breeze. It was puffy and shifty all day with significant powerboat chop. After 4 more Laser Races and 3 Z420 races, the conditions deteriorated to the point that racing was called for the day. A huge thanks to Janel Zarkowsky, Billy Martin, Brendan Shanahan and Max Plarr for hearing one protest and one request for redress.
Sunday started out with 3-5 knots of breeze out of the NW and close to a knot of current in the same direction. We set a course in the Severn River and ran 1 long, slow race before the wind got too light to keep sailing and we went in for a short lunch break. After lunch, we headed out to the Chesapeake Bay and races in a 4-8 knot ENE breeze. The wind held and we were able to complete 6 more 420 and 7 more Laser races, with the last start going off seconds before the cutoff time. Thanks to Bill Ward and Katja Sertl for hearing one protest and congratulations to the top 6 who advanced to the Carl Van Duyne MAISA Men's Singlehanded Championship.
|1||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Leo Boucher '22||24||24|
|*||2||U. S. Naval Academy||Gavin McJones '23||76||76|
|*||3||Hampton University||can dilikoglu '23||76||76|
|4||George Washington University||Soenke Jordan '21||81||81|
|5||Georgetown University||Thomas McCann '22||87||87|
|6||George Washington University||Cameron Feves '22||88||88|
|7||U. S. Naval Academy||Caden Scheiblauer '23||99||99|
|8||Christopher Newport University||Vir Menon '20||100||100|
|9||U. S. Naval Academy||Connor Bayless '21||112||112|
|10||Hampton University||Filip Stevanovic '20||139||139|
|11||George Washington University||Michael Ehnot '22||165||165|
|12||University of Maryland||Derek Safieh '21||175||175|
|13||Georgetown University||Andrew Person '21||181||181|
|14||Old Dominion University||George White '20||188||188|
|15||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Jack Hemmelgarn '23||200||200|
|16||Georgetown University||John Patrick Panarella '22||204||204|
|17||Old Dominion University||Frank Frisinger '23||212||212|
|18||University of Maryland||Cole Daitch '20||215||215|
|19||Christopher Newport University||Luke Hayes '22||248||248|
|20||Christopher Newport University||Harrison Kempton '22||271||271|
|*||Number of high-place (1) finishes|
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