Big Red Invite


Saturday, September 17:

Late start as wind did not cooperate at 10AM for first warning. It filled in from the S-SW with big oscillations. We were able to get 2 races for the 420 fleet racing the Big Red Invite, and 1 race for FJ racing the Jack Boehringer '52 Memorial.

Thank you for all the coaches who helped a lot with the course. great team work by everyone.

Sunday, September 18:

Today started with great south wind the entire time we were rigging. By the time we headed out the wind started to die and we had both fleets on the course, and once again needed to abandon both races. We waited and as forecasted, with a bit delay, the west wind filled in. It was unstable and puffy but that's how it is here in Cayuga Lake with West winds. We were able to complete 8 races for each fleet.

Congratulations to Penn for winning the Jack Boehringer '52 Memorial Regatta. A 3 division combined event, 2nd were Cornell following in 3rd by our neighbors Hobart and William Smith.

At the Big Red Invite, Freshman Devling '26 topped the score board sailing with Sophia Fogarty '25 and Isabel Dhar '23 followed by Penn in 2nd Samuel Gavula '24 and Joshua Zeelander '24, Completing top 3 in 3rd were Penn sailors Madeleine Rice '24 & Eva Gonzalez-Whitehouse '26.

I want to thank all the teams and coaches for helping on the racecourse and traveling to the Big Red. Your support is appreciated!

Score summary

*1CornellBig Red 23737
*2PennsylvaniaQuakers 13737
3PennsylvaniaQuakers 23939
4CornellBig Red 14545
5Kings PointMariners 15454
6Hobart & WilliamStatesmen 16666
7Kings PointMariners 27272
8FordhamRams 17777
9FordhamRams 48080
10FordhamRams 38686
11Hobart & WilliamStatesmen 28888
12CornellBig Red 38989
13PennsylvaniaQuakers 39292
14NY MaritimePrivateers 19393
15Hobart & WilliamStatesmen 39696
16FordhamRams 29898
17CornellBig Red 4108108
18NY MaritimePrivateers 2112112
*Number of high-place (1) finishes

Score history

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