Saturday, April 9:

Saturday started off a little chilly and cloudy, and unfortunately without wind! Although everyone was ready for the first gun at 9:30, an AP flag was put up because of the lack of wind. A little less than an hour later, we were able to start the first race for As and get in two quick races. Bs then headed out despite the very light breeze; however, the wind quickly died and as the AP flag went up again, everyone came off the water for lunch. After lunch, we were able to get in two B races and two more races for As before the fog quickly rolled in, stopping sailing for the day. All in all, it was a solid day of sailing despite the less-than-ideal wind conditions!

Sunday, April 10:

Sunday started off much warmer than Saturday had, with temperatures in the mid-80s--close to a local record! We were lucky enough to be bypassed by the thunderstorms moving through the Midwest, but had to keep an eye on the steadily increasing breeze. We started off with Bs (finishing the 2nd rotation from Saturday, with the first start at 9:30 AM. Even though the wind was steadily building, we were able to get in another full rotation for both As and Bs before retiring for the regatta. Thanks to everyone for coming....we're looking forward to seeing you next year! Congratulations to Wisconsin 1 for winning 1st overall as well as in the A fleet and B fleet!

Score summary

1WisconsinBadgers 119928
2MinnesotaMinnesota Women252045
3WisconsinBadgers 2272956
*6Illinois (Chicago)Flames383169
7Western MichiganWestern Michigan452873
10Notre DameFighting Irish 17654130
12Notre DameFighting Irish 27366139
**14Northern MichiganWildcats10270172
17Robert Morris10090190
*Number of high-place (1) finishes
**Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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