It was a great day of sailing at the MAISA Laser Elinination. We started racing in the morning in a 8-12 knot S breeze in the mouth of the Severn River off Horn Point. the breeze built throughout the day to the mid teens and were able to do 10 races, 6 before and 4 after a lunch break. Thanks to Mitch Brindley, Janel Zarkowsky and Catherine Shanahan for hearing one breakdown request and disallowing one protest.
Day 2 was a short one. We headed out into the Chesapeake Bay off Greenbury Point and ran 4 races in a 8-15 knot NNE breeze. Congratulations to the top 6 for advancing to the Carl Van Duyne MAISA Men's Singlehanded Championship at Navy next weekend.
|1||Christopher Newport University||Vir Menon '20||42||42|
|2||U. S. Naval Academy||Connor Bayless '21||67||67|
|*||3||George Washington University||Owen Timms '23||89||89|
|*||4||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Collin Porter '23||89||89|
|5||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Luke Welker '21||97||97|
|6||George Washington University||Michael Ehnot '22||99||99|
|7||U. S. Naval Academy||Caden Scheiblauer '23||104||104|
|8||Cornell University||Ben Rizika '22||106||106|
|9||Hampton University||Filip Stevanovic '20||141||141|
|10||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Duke Cowart '23||145||145|
|**||11||Cornell University||Tom O'Shea '21||149||149|
|**||12||U. S. Naval Academy||Louis Margay '22||149||149|
|13||Georgetown University||John Patrick Panarella '22||157||157|
|14||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Jack Hemmelgarn '23||176||176|
|**||15||Old Dominion University||George White '20||189||189|
|**||16||University of Maryland||Derek Safieh '21||189||189|
|17||Georgetown University||Taylor Walshe '22||204||204|
|18||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Aaron Tsuchitori '22||218||218|
|19||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Christopher Booher '20||243||243|
|20||Drexel University||Stephen Young '21||278||278|
|*||Number of high-place (1) finishes|
The following chart shows the relative rank of the teams as of the race indicated. Note that the races are ordered by number, then division, which may not represent the order in which the races were actually sailed.
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