Saturday, March 22:

The MAISA/SAISA 2-Conference Regatta, held at Hampton University's Strawberry Banks venue, started with excellent conditions, South West winds averaging 10-14 knots sustained with very little variability in wind direction shifts.

Due to the excellent conditions, 10 races for Division A, and 8 races for Division B, were sailed before the conclusion of the days sailing.

Several protests and redress's were heard by the jury at the end of the days sails. They are as follows:

B Div., Race 2: St. Mary's OCS. A Div., Race 4: Kings Point redress granted. B Div., Race 3: Kings Point redress granted. B Div., Race 1: CNU redress granted. A Div., Race 4: CNU redress granted.

Special thanks to the jury for hearing the protests. Mike Klopf, Co-President Alan Sapperfield, Co-President Mike Barber, Member.

RC Boat Jonathan Romero, PRO Iona Kalfinava Stefano Nardini

Support Boat George Tatum Mike Barber

Windward Mark Boat Dr. Nick Kenney Miles Braden

Mark Boat Alex Ambrosi, HU Coach Mike Klopf

Sunday, March 23:

The Race Committee started the day with Div B racing 9 & 10, with a North winds 18-20 knots sustained, with gusts up to 25 knots. The course was a Triangle with a windward finish to minimize the number of jibes necessary to complete the race.

Despite the RC's best attempt, several boats capsized, with many sailors not able to complete the course. After 2 races, high winds,coupled with several injuries, and numerous capsized boats, the decision was made to finish the day with 10 rounds completed.

Special Thanks to the RC crew and Support Boats:

RC Boat Jonathan Romero, PRO Dr. Ben Cuker Kathy Barber Miles Braden

Support Boat George Tatum Mike Barber

Umpire Boat Alex Ambrosi, HU Coach Mike Klopf, Umpire

Score summary

1St. Mary'sSeahawks344781
2Christopher NewportCaptains463985
4Washington CollegeShoremen533992
5Old DominionMonarchs534396
7Kings PointMariners5158109
9HamptonPirates 18363146
10South FloridaBulls8297179
13HamptonPirates 2130122252
14North Carolina StateWolfpack135137272

Score history

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.

The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.

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