The 2021 College Sailing Women's Singlehanded Nationals was hosted by Severn Sailing Association in conjunction with the US Naval Academy. The fleet headed out into the Chesapeake Bay, just past Greenbury Point, and racing began at around 1030. Temperatures started out in the 40s and climbed up to the mid 50s throughout the day. The conditions on the racecourse were near perfect with northeast winds from 8-18 knots. There were a good number of puffs and shifts as well as some current and waves, which allowed for a thorough test of skills. The fleet was very deep and the racing was tight all day long. The Race Committee was efficient in completing 8 races by 1530 and the fleet headed back in to the club. The on the water judging team kept the racing clean and heard one protest after racing, resulting in 1 DSQ being awarded in Race 1.
Sunday was another great day of racing on the Chesapeake Bay. The wind was out of the north / northeast all day, staring in the mid teens and subsiding throughout the day with puffs shifts and waves throughout. The final six races were completed well before the cutoff time. SSA's RC team did a great job of running fair and efficient races while the on the water judges kept the racing fair. No protests or redress requests were filed. Congratulations to Charlotte Rose from Jacksonville for winning the Janet Lutz Trophy for the College Sailing Women's Singlehanded National Championship!
|1||Jacksonville University||Charlotte Rose '22||39||39|
|2||Boston College||Sophia Reineke '22||40||40|
|3||Cornell University||Lilly Myers '23||49||49|
|4||Harvard University||Sophia Montgomery '25||51||51|
|5||Cornell University||Lucija Ruzevic '24||90||90|
|6||Tufts University||Talia Toland '22||99||99|
|7||Bowdoin College||Christine Reimer '24||112||112|
|8||Stanford University||Grace Austin '24||129||129|
|9||Boston College||Elizabeth Shanahan '23||138||138|
|10||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Heather Kerns '24||140||140|
|11||Tufts University||Alexandra Talbot '22||142||142|
|12||Dartmouth College||Sarah Young '25||148||148|
|13||University of Miami||Marina Geilen '25||154||154|
|14||Tufts University||Annika Fedde '23||187||187|
|15||Georgetown University||Piper Holthus '25||193||193|
|16||Tulane University||Ciara Rodriguez-Horan '22||199||199|
|17||Ohio University||Siri Schantz '23||234||234|
|18||Cornell University||Lauren Ehnot '24||266||266|
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.
The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.