The Chris Loder Trophy


Saturday, October 22:

A beautiful day greeted sailors this morning and while we waited a bit for breeze Chris Loder reminded us about time and how we choose to spend it. 15 teams raced 5 races today in shifty, variable breeze topping out at 8 . 1 capsize in no breeze after an exuberant roll tack. Both fleets sailed under the I flag for their last 3 races. Hundreds of pictures were taken and will be uploaded to the UNH Flickr account in the coming days and the link will be sent out to all teams, and hopefully posted tomorrow in the summaries.

Scores are only correct for the first three races and will be corrected tomorrow when the scorer has access to the score log in the boathouse. Monster Dogs were grilled for all for lunch and tomorrow sailors will be greeted with a crispy start to the day, coffee, Wildcat Muffins and a challenging wind prediction. Thanks to Jared Reineck for being the ICSA rep. and to the team members and volunteers that helped with RC and moving marks.

Sunday, October 23:

Sailors arrived to Wildcat Muffins and coffee while we waited for the wind to fill in. It tried but wasn't to be. Links for the pictures taken by Chris Loder yesterday were posted A division - and B division -

Thanks to Salve's blow-up couch which became a "signature hit'. The video will be uploaded soon I hope.

Thanks again to everyone and their patience for the wind to fill in, the daring swimming adventurers, parents who came to support and Dave Curtis, alumni and professional photographer who didn't get many shots but tried anyway.

Score summary

1Salve ReginaSeahawks17825
2New HampshireWildcats 1122032
3Mass MaritimeBuccaneers 1132336
9New HampshireWildcats 2315990
10New HampshireWildcats 34955104
11Mass MaritimeBuccaneers 24963112
13U. Mass/ AmherstMinutemen 26945114
14U. Mass/ AmherstMinutemen 15859117

Score history

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.

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