Day one of the 2023 Faye Bennet MAISA Women’s Single Handed Championship and the Chesapeakes Invite and Open started out with a luxurious 10 knot north westerly. As the day wore on, the breeze shifted right and slowly decreased in strength. Six races were sailed in the ILCA 6s and FJs, and five were sailed in the 420s. One redress was awarded for a tiller breakdown. Thank you to Mike Callahan and ADMR Pete Fanta for hearing the redress.
Day two started with a beautiful 10 knot southeasterly and the whole regatta moved offsite to run races near Bembe Beach. Six races were completed for the Chesapeakes Invitational and Open, and eight races were completed for the ILCA 6s. No protests were filed. Congratulations to Cornell for winning the 2023 Faye Bennet and earning the AQ berth to Women’s Singlehanded Nationals, and to Georgetown for winning both dinghy events!
|1||Cornell University||Lucija Ruzevic '24||49||49|
|2||Georgetown University||Piper Holthus '25||51||51|
|3||Old Dominion University||Gianna Dewey '27||75||75|
|4||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Madison Bashaw '24||83||83|
|5||U. S. Naval Academy||Kate Zurinskas '27||89||89|
|6||Cornell University||Lauren Ehnot '24||108||108|
|7||Cornell University||Pilar Cundey '27||116||116|
|8||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Heather Kerns '24||126||126|
|9||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Elizabeth Starck '25||127||127|
|10||Old Dominion University||Emma Friedauer '26||131||131|
|11||Georgetown University||Alexa Shea '26||137||137|
|12||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Katherine Shermock '24||157||157|
|13||U. S. Naval Academy||Isabella Fadullon '25||172||172|
|14||Georgetown University||Isabel Massey '27||180||180|
|15||Old Dominion University||Olivia Gilmore '27||191||191|
|16||Christopher Newport University||Grace Watlington '26||194||194|
|17||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Lily Flack '25||200||200|
|18||Georgetown University||Harper Cartwright '24||201||201|
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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