Athletes were greeted with overcast skies with breeze at 6-9knots from the Northeast and a steady chop that had built overnight.
The breeze varied in both velocity and direction throughout the day, going anywhere from 3-11 knots and big direction swings from the ENE back to the NNE.
In all 8 races were completed in the challenging conditions, and at a little over halfway through the championship the points are quite close.
A big thanks to PRO Todd Fedyszyn and his team for running some solid races in the tough conditions, as well as the host team from Tulane for helping the event run smoothly.
Today saw similar conditions to start the day, with overcast skies and breeze from the NE at 6-11 knots.
The racing was incredibly tight, with the top positions up for grabs well into the endgame of the regatta.
In the end consistency was key. Congratulations to Nicholas Reeser of the US Coast Guard Academy for winning the Glenn S Foster Trophy.
|1||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Nicholas Reeser '25||80||80|
|2||Tulane University||Hamilton Barclay '27||91||91|
|3||Tulane University||Thad Lettsome '24||93||93|
|4||Harvard University||Robby Meek '27||102||102|
|5||College of Charleston||Benjamin Dufour '26||103||103|
|6||Hampton University||Valerio Palamara '24||106||106|
|7||Roger Williams University||Mathieu Dale '25||112||112|
|8||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Nicholas Sessions '24||113||113|
|9||U. S. Naval Academy||Trenton Shaw '24||124||124|
|10||Brown University||Connor Nelson '24||127||127|
|11||Georgetown University||Peter Barnard '27||133||133|
|12||Yale University||Mathias Reimer '27||146||146|
|13||Brown University||Guthrie Braun '26||147||147|
|14||Brown University||Leyton Borcherding '25||151||151|
|15||Dartmouth College||Ben Sheppard '27||159||159|
|16||Georgetown University||Benjamin Smith '26||174||174|
|17||Stanford University||Jack Baldwin '26||192||192|
|18||University of Michigan||Billy Vogel '25||242||242|
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.