10 Races were completed in 5-12kts. from the NNE. One protest and two breakdowns were filed and will be heard tomorrow morning. VERY, VERY special thanks to Brian Reilly who stepped in and served as PRO for the day. Racing continues tomorrow with 4 races on the schedule to determine the MAISA qualifiers for the ICSA Singlehanded Sailing Championship.
Our Laser sailors were tested in light northerlies of 3.7 to 7 knots. Four races were completed. There were two breakdowns awarded today and no protests. Congratulations to Nick Sessions on the win. Thanks as always to the USMMA midshipmen, who gave up their weekend liberty to help run the event. Also thanks to Larry Kennedy for his mark-set skills, Sam Hahn for judging the event and Brian Reilly for serving as PRO on Saturday.
|1||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Nicholas Sessions '24||60||60|
|2||Hampton University||Valerio Palamara '24||64||64|
|3||Georgetown University||Benjamin Smith '26||83||83|
|4||Georgetown University||Peter Barnard '27||86||86|
|5||U. S. Naval Academy||Trenton Shaw '24||96||96|
|6||U. S. Naval Academy||Teddy Martin '27||102||102|
|7||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Reed McAllister '27||116||116|
|8||Princeton University||Ossian Kamal '26||122||122|
|9||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Charlie Anderson '25||126||126|
|10||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Mats Braaten '27||131||131|
|11||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Nicolas Garcia-Castrillon '26||141||141|
|12||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Lars Osell '24||158||158|
|*||13||Old Dominion University||Andrew Ciszewski '25||170||170|
|*||14||Old Dominion University||Sam Riley '27||170||170|
|15||Georgetown University||Leighton Farrel '26||171||171|
|16||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Owen Harrod '26||176||176|
|17||Christopher Newport University||Aston Atherton '26||195||195|
|18||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Jack Carter '27||215||215|
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