Truxtun Umsted


Saturday, March 19:

The 2011 Truxtun Umsted Regatta got off to a beautiful start under clear skies, temperatures near 60 degrees and a 13-20 knot NNW breeze. A trapezoid course was set in the Severn River off the Robert Crown Center. The breeze was puffy and oscillating, keeping the fleet on its toes throughout the day. 12 races were completed per division. Thanks to the coaches from many of the competing schools who heard protests at the end of the day. 2 Breakdown requests were granted, two schools received DSQs and 9 protests were filed and disallowed, mostly due to procedural errors by the protesting parties. Charleston leads after day 1 with lighter and shiftier winds forecasted for tomorrow.

Sunday, March 20:

Sunday began with a light northerly breeze and cooler temperatures and 3 extremely puffy and shifty races were run for A, B, and C divisions off Triton Point before the wind shut off. D only got in 2 morning races, but was the first division to start when a much steadier light southeasterly filled. A total of 17 races were completed per division and an 18th race was started and completed for A, but then abandoned for B & C when the wind totally died again. One breakdown request was heard at the end of the day and granted. LT Ben Herring and his team of midshipmen did a terrific job getting off quality races all weekend. South Florida did not sign the RP form and will be assessed a penalty.

Congratulations to Charleston for winning the 2011 Truxtun Umsted Regatta.

Score summary

4Roger WilliamsHawks9613220067495
6St. Mary'sSeahawks152149116128545
7Hobart & WilliamStatesmen14214920987587
11Kings PointMariners203164102253722
12Old DominionMonarchs206222158165751
13South FloridaBulls233MRP221MRP124MRP196MRP774
14U. MiamiHurricanes240135297115787
15Rhode IslandRams203130256216805
17Boston UniversityTerriers195214272221902
19Salve ReginaSeahawks2632252252881001

Score history

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