The first warning was exactly started at 10:15 AM this morning. Eight races were completed in each division in a Northeasterly breeze that clocked to a Southeast breeze by the end of the day. Only one protest was heard, which resulted in a DSQ. Tomorrow's Report Time will be at 0930 hours and the first warning will be at 10:00 AM. Please remember to update your team's RP Forms!
Submitted by Salve scorer Adrienne Adorno '13
The first warning was started at 10:10 am. 10 races were sailed in total, leaving each division with 13 races total. The breeze filled in from the the Southeast and gradually built throughout the day (4-12 knts). Two protests were filed, resulting in one DSQ and one RAF. Congratulations to the Providence Friars for beating USCGA by one point! Thank you to Jonathan Harley and Doug Clarke for assisting with the hearing of protests. The Salve Regina University sailing team would like to thank everyone for coming and sailing in Newport, RI this weekend!
A special thanks goes out to Salve scorers Adrienne Adorno '13 and Chris Jensen '14 for working hard on solving the TechScore issues!!!!
Submitted by Robert Lippincott '14
|2||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||72||42||114|
|5||Salve Regina University||Seahawks||52||92||144|
|6||Dartmouth College||Big Green||79||86||165|
|9||University of Vermont||Catamounts||113||77||190|
|10||University of Connecticut||U. Connecticut||163||99||262|
|11||Bowdoin College||Polar Bears||123||144||267|
|12||Massachusetts Maritime Academy||Buccaneers||150||146||296|
|13||University of New Hampshire||Wildcats||154||162||316|
|14||University of Rhode Island||Rams||158||185||343|
|15||Johnson and Wales University||Wildcats||169||179||348|
|17||Sacred Heart University||Pioneers||221||233||454|
|*||19||University of Massachusetts at Amherst||U. Mass/ Amherst||280||MRP||280||MRP||560|
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