ICSA Women's Semi-Final


Monday, May 25:

ICSA Women's Semi Final St. Francis Yacht Club & Stanford University May 25, 2009

HIGHLIGHTS: Racing was underway shortly after 10am. The racing area for the first three B Division and A Division races took place between the Golden Gate Yacht Club and Fort Mason. The day started out with a puffy 5-15 knots. The course for Races 4-5B and 4A were set on the City Front just outside of St. Francis Yacht Club. At that point, the breeze built to 20-24 knots with puffs in the higher twenties. After several wipeouts in 4A, the fleet sailed back to the dock after finishing while the course was relocated to the morning's venue. Races 5A, 6-7B, and 6-7A were sailed in 15-20 knots of breeze, starting the last race 8 minutes before the time limit for the day.

Two requests for redress were filed, one was granted. No protests.

Special thanks to PRO Mike Kalin and all Race Committee Volunteers. Thanks to John Vandemoer, Erik Storck, and Brian Stanford for keeping the rotations flowing smoothly. Thanks to Eddie Conrad for doing everything from righting capsized boats to blogging for the event.

Thank you head judge Don Becker and his crew of Maggie Lumkes, Adele Wilhelm, and Betsy Altman, they did a fantastic job.

Congratulations to the top 9 teams: Old Dominion, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Boston University, Boston College, University of Rhode Island, Connecticut College, Brown, and Eckerd, who have qualified for Women's Nationals.

Score summary

1Old DominionMonarchs264470
2DartmouthBig Green433881
4Boston UniversityTerriers444286
*5Boston CollegeEagles414788
*6Rhode IslandRams523688
7Connecticut CollegeCamels494190
11South FloridaBulls4984133
12Southern CalTrojans9863161
15UC IrvineAnteaters99100199
18Notre DameFighting Irish116129245
*Number of high-place (1) finishes

Score history

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.

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