On the first day of the Laser South, the fleet launched on time to race in a light easterly breeze. Unfortunately, the wind died while the boats were on the way to the course. We headed back in for an on shore postponement and then began racing early afternoon in a 4-6 knot southeasterly breeze. Two races were completed before storms in the area forced the fleet back to shore. We waited on shore for a bit until it was determined that there was just too much lightning activity in the area and racing was called for the day.
Racing began on Sunday in a light southeasterly breeze. Two races were completed before the wind died off and the fleet returned to shore for a postponement. The wind filled back in a little before 2 PM and we were able to finish one race and start one more before a nearby storm forced the fleet back to shore. A huge thanks to Andrew Cole for judging and congratulations to the top 11 who advance to the Carl Van Duyne MAISA Men's Singlehanded Championship at USMMA on September 30-October 1.
|1||Georgetown University||Peter Barnard '27||13||13|
|*||2||U. S. Naval Academy||Trenton Shaw '24||15||15|
|*||3||Georgetown University||Benjamin Smith '26||15||15|
|4||Old Dominion University||Andrew Ciszewski '25||18||18|
|5||Hampton University||Valerio Palamara '24||22||22|
|6||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Charlie Anderson '25||38||38|
|7||U. S. Naval Academy||Teddy Martin '27||42||42|
|8||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Mats Braaten '27||44||44|
|9||Georgetown University||Leighton Farrel '26||49||49|
|10||Christopher Newport University||Aston Atherton '26||50||50|
|11||Old Dominion University||Sam Riley '27||52||52|
|*||12||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Nathan Jensen '27||55||55|
|*||13||Christopher Newport University||Joshua Bendura '26||55||55|
|14||Old Dominion University||Blake Goodwin '27||61||61|
|15||U. S. Naval Academy||Logan Hayes '27||73||73|
|16||Georgetown University||Anson Walker '25||80||80|
|17||St. Mary's College of Maryland||James Bounds '27||83||83|
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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