Emily Wick Trophy


Saturday, April 14:

Saturday morning brought a very light westerly in which race 1A was sailed before the breeze shut off. The fleet waited for 45 minutes while there was some teasing puffs that came through but not enough to start another race. At 1130 both fleets took an early lunch break and we waited for the WSW breeze to fill in. We got back on the water around 1300 and sailed the rest of the afternoon in shifty and puffy conditions. Ten races were completed in each division with A-Division in FJ’s and B-Division in 420’s. The divisions will switch fleets tomorrow morning. All courses were W-4’s with an offset mark and leeward gates. One protest was heard resulting in a DSQ and one protest will be heard tomorrow morning. Thank you to Ted Greene for being on the water all day and hearing protests as well as Ensign Jon Duffett who served as PRO.

Sunday, April 15:

Sunday morning racing began at 1030 with a light SSE and a slight ebb. Two sets were sailed before the breeze shifted the SSW-WSW for the remainder of the afternoon. The breeze was anywhere from 4-14knots all day and got shiftier as the day went on with the ebb getting stronger early in the afternoon. Seven races were sailed in each division to complete the regatta. Courses were W-4 and there were no protests or breakdowns. Thanks again to Ted Greene for being on the water all weekend and special thanks to Ensign Jon Duffett who served as PRO and all the cadets that helped run the regatta.

Congratulations to Boston College for winning the 2012 Emily Wick Trophy!

Score summary

1Boston CollegeEagles9694190
7DartmouthBig Green118158276
9BowdoinPolar Bears164136300
11Roger WilliamsHawks171161332
12South FloridaBulls157177334
14Connecticut CollegeCamels147233380
15Coast GuardBears216176392
16Old DominionMonarchs184215399
17Boston UniversityTerriers257169426

Score history

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