Nine races were completed today all on W5 courses. Wind was NE for the first third of the day and then ENE/E the rest of the day. Wind was between 4 and 13 knots and shifty with a large swell and chop moving in from the SE making port tack upwind feel brutal. We had a few general recalls. One protest was filed resulting in a DSQ and we had no breakdowns. Divisions will switch fleets tomorrow with the first warning at 10am. Many thanks to Sue Reilly and Bob Austin-LaFrance from umpiring and judging and also to Greg Wilkinson for being an outstanding the ICSA Rep!
Eight races were completed today on mostly W4's and some W5's. The wind started out NNE and then persistently moved right to ENE. Wind strength ranged from 5-14 knots. Most of the wind was on the first half of the course and gradually diminished as the fleet sailed to the weather mark. There was considerable chop and rolling waves moving in from the SE with calm waters at the windward mark. Challenging and fun day. One protest was heard at the end of the day which was disallowed. The mark boat was run by Emmett Smith '09 and Katie Clulo '21 and our two judges today were Sue Reilly and Tony Weiner. Congratulations to the top nine schools that will move onto the ACC finals later this month. Greg Wilkinson served as a proper ICSA Rep. And holy high tides!
|2||George Washington University||Colonials||138||91||229|
|4||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||127||105||232|
|5||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Statesmen||139||122||261|
|*||8||University of California at Santa Barbara||Gauchos||130||149||279|
|9||Tulane University||Green Wave||132||165||297|
|10||Bowdoin College||Polar Bears||136||166||302|
|11||University of Wisconsin||Badgers||206||125||331|
|12||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||197||147||344|
|14||University of Vermont||Catamounts||165||244||409|
|15||University of Miami||Hurricanes||202||213||415|
|16||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Mariners||224||214||438|
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