9A and 8B races were sailed in a wild and unpredictable westerly that caused many course changes and several abandoned races. A-Division sailed 420s, B-Division sailed FJs. All courses were W4s. First warning Sunday morning at 10:00.
Sunday morning brought a similar to Saturday west-northwesterly with many shifts and changes in velocity. Two races in B-Division and one in A-Division were sailed before everyone was sent in to wait for better conditions. After a long delay a southwesterly filled allowing the race committee to complete four more races per division in excellent racing conditions (at long last). All races were W4s. Thanks to Alice Leonard and Cam Cullman for hearing two breakdowns this morning. No protests were filed. From the PRO's perspective the competitors sailed impressively clean which was refreshing to see!
The race committee team of Coast Guard Cadets worked hard to keep the races square all weekend. We all owe a huge thanks to Brad Brown, Josh Moan, Dan Winter, Morgan Rhodes, Sulli Edwards, Matt Orgill, Josh Morrison, Andrew Britton and Lauren Cefali for giving up their weekend to help with the regatta. Thank you as well to Bill Healy from Yale for serving as ICSA rep - it was a busy one for the rep indeed.
Congratulations to Yale for winning the 2014 Emily Wick Trophy! We look forward to having everyone back next weekend for the Thompson Trophy and potentially the Reed on the following weekend.
|2||University of Rhode Island||Rams||95||89||184|
|3||Dartmouth College||Big Green||96||112||208|
|4||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers||134||87||221|
|8||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||124||126||250|
|11||Bowdoin College||Polar Bears||114||170||284|
|12||Roger Williams University||Hawks||124||164||288|
|13||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||160||136||296|
|14||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||191||112||303|
|15||University of Vermont||Catamounts||149||163||312|
|16||George Washington University||Colonials||188||142||330|
|18||University of Wisconsin||Badgers||177||205||382|
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.
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