The 2022 Carl Van Duane MAISA Singlehanded Championship began with a 5-20 knot NE breeze in the mouth of the Severn River. A few breakdowns during the first set led to a slow start to the day, but racing kept moving on. After a brief rain shower, the wind lightened up for a bit to 8-12, but then gradually increased increased again to 15-20 by the end of the day. A huge thanks to PRO ENS Gray Benson and his team of Midshipmen on Race Committee for running 8 great races and to judges ENS Jack Carminati and ENS JC Hermus for enforcing justice.
Sunday was a sporty day on the Severn River with temperatures in the 50s to low 60s, rain and 15-25 knots of wind out of the NE with plenty of puffs and shifts. We were able to complete the remaining 6 races before 2 PM to finish the event. Congratulations to Leo Boucher on becoming the second 4 time winner of the Carl Van Duyne Trophy!
|1||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Leo Boucher '22||30||30|
|2||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Nicholas Sessions '24||61||61|
|3||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Keiran James Golden '24||67||67|
|4||Hampton University||Valerio Palamara '24||74||74|
|5||U. S. Naval Academy||Gavin McJones '23||94||94|
|6||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Charlie Anderson '25||98||98|
|7||Georgetown University||Benjamin Smith '26||104||104|
|8||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Michael Burns '25||106||106|
|9||Georgetown University||Diego Escobar '25||111||111|
|10||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||David Pearce '23||118||118|
|11||Christopher Newport University||David Grace '23||126||126|
|12||Georgetown University||Mateo Di Blasi '25||167||167|
|13||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Collin Porter '23||179||179|
|14||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Lucas Sawin '25||180||180|
|15||SUNY Maritime College||Spencer Barnes '24||195||195|
|16||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Lars Osell '24||211||211|
|17||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Owen Harrod '26||217||217|
|18||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Nicolas Garcia-Castrillon '26||247||247|
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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