Tuesday: Great day of racing, sunny skies and good breeze. We had 8-12 knots for the morning racing, picking up to 15-18 this afternoon with gusts up to 22 knots. 8 races were completed in B Division and 6 were completed in A Division. The fleet handled the tough conditions very well, the day started with a strong flood and had switched to an ebb by the later races. One request for redress was filed and granted, no protests. The regatta banquet is tonight at the St. Francis Yacht Club. Racing will resume tomorrow, starting with A Division's 7th race.
Wednesday: Racing began promptly at 9:45am. It was an exciting day of competitive, close racing and constantly changing results. The morning started out with 10-15 knots, building to 18-22 in the later races. 8 races were completed in A Division and 6 were completed in B Division, for a total of 14 per division over the two days. Two requests for redress were filed, one was granted, no protests. Special thanks to PRO Mike Kalin, Regatta Chairs Rolf Kaiser and Shannon Bonds, each and every Race Committee volunteer, the panel of Judges, Stanford University, ICSA, and all of the sponsors for making this event possible. Congratulations to Yale University for winning the 2009 ICSA Women’s National Championship. St. Francis Yacht Club and Stanford University look forward to hosting the ICSA/Gill Coed Dinghy National Championship next week.
|2||College of Charleston||Cougars||56||101||157|
|4||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||83||83||166|
|6||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Seahawks||116||86||202|
|8||Dartmouth College||Big Green||121||91||212|
|14||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Statesmen||154||174||328|
|15||University of Rhode Island||Rams||186||144||330|
|16||Western Washington University||Vikings||140||222||362|
|17||Texas A&M University at Galveston||Aggies||210||221||431|
|18||University of Wisconsin||Badgers||208||236||444|
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.