Ten races were completed in the Marsh for both divisions. A division in FJs and B division 420s battled for three sets in 6-12 knots from the NNE and a weakening flood tide before taking a hearty lunch break. Greg Fisher and his band of Cougars ran a trapezoid course for set number one while W4s were used in the flood tide. The divisions swapped fleets of boats after 7 races. One breakdown occurred and a protest was disallowed by Harvard coach Michael O’Connor, University of South Florida coach Allison Jolly, and United States Naval Academy coach Brendan Healy.
The Cooper River dished out great conditions for fourteen teams this weekend. The 6-14 knot breeze from the NNE was sufficient to complete the rotation in a strong outgoing tide. One redress was granted for a breakdown and one protest was filed resulting in a disqualification. Thanks to the jury members Coach Healy and Coach Vavolotis, and to the team of Cougars for moving marks during their Spring Break. Congratulations to the Georgetown University Hoyas on the big win.
|2||University of Vermont||Catamounts||59||85||144|
|5||College of Charleston||Cougars||84||85||169|
|6||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Seahawks||91||104||195|
|7||College of Charleston||Lady Cougars||111||93||204|
|8||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||110||113||223|
|10||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||126||108||234|
|11||University of South Florida||Bulls||103||MRP||133||MRP||236|
|12||George Washington University||Colonials||129||111||240|
|14||North Carolina State University||Wolfpack||189||178||367|
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