St. Francis Interconference


Saturday, March 29:

Sailors were greeted by rain showers and 3-6 knots out of the southwest. Racing was becalmed after race 1B until the breeze filled from the west, building to 6-8 knots. Four races were completed in each division.

Sunday, March 30:

Racing began promptly at 10am in beautiful, spring-like weather. We saw a westerly of 6-10 knots, building to typical City Front conditions of 15+ knots by race 7B. There was a bit of carnage on the course with the increased wind. Race 9B started just three minutes shy of the 3pm time limit.

San Francisco Bay had its strongest tides of the year, with each day starting in a 4.2 knot flood and ending in a 4.6 knot ebb.

Special thanks to Regatta Chair Paul Manning, Principal Race Officers Harrison Turner and Brent Harrill, Protest Chair Don Wieneke, and all the Race Committee volunteers.

Congratulations to the Stanford Women for winning the regatta. Props to them for sailing an entire set without a tiller extension, using a foot to steer while hiking.

Score summary

1StanfordCardinal 2254974
2StanfordCardinal 1434083
3Cal MaritimeKeelhaulers4860108
5CSU Long Beach49ers6880148
*6Santa ClaraBroncos9569164
8HawaiiRainbows 18188169
9BerkeleyGolden Bears9394187
10UC IrvineAnteaters9999198
11Southern CalTrojans 172135207
**12HawaiiRainbows 277160237
**13UC Santa BarbaraGauchos 2120117237
14UC Santa BarbaraGauchos 1123136259
15UC San DiegoTritons164128292
16Oregon StateBeavers153143296
17Cal PolyMustang154143297
18Monterey BayOtters 1169130299
19UC Santa CruzBanana Slug's167136303
20Southern CalTrojans 2188137325
21UC DavisAggies166171337
23British ColumbiaUBC Thunderbirds 1189192381
24Portland StateVikings214188402
25British ColumbiaUBC Thunderbirds 2198209407
27Monterey BayOtters 2240216456
28Channel IslandsDolphins252240492
29UC Los AngelesBruins246MRP252MRP498
*Number of high-place (1) finishes
**Head-to-head tiebreaker

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.

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