12 teams reported to the 2015 PCCSC Women's Champs. Choppy and light conditions started the day off, but once the wind clocked around to the normal sea breeze, teams saw beautiful conditions of 10-14 knots and plenty of racing (8 A races and 6 B races). Rotations were done off of ribs to speed up the switches. Due to the strong participation of the women's team in the conference, four teams will qualify for the national championship. After day 1, Stanford, UCSB, Santa Clara, and USC hold the top four spots.
Thank you to Brown alumni, Sky Adams, for umpiring the event and to UCSB alumni, John Long for being PRO.
Similar conditions for the 2015 PCCSC Women's Championship with a quicker developing sea breeze allowed for more outstanding racing on Sunday. While teams began cementing their positions, University of Hawaii and University of Southern California duked it out for the fourth and final qualifying position for nationals. As the regatta ended, Hawaii took the lead and held on to that lead through the end of the event claiming the last spot. More great work by PRO John Long and thank you again to Brown alumni, Sky Adams, for umpiring. Thanks so much to the women of PCCSC for sailing an outstanding event and continual great participation and congratulations to Stanford, UCSB, Santa Clara U, and U Hawaii on qualifying for the Women's National Semi-Finals!
|2||University of California at Santa Barbara||Gauchos||38||32||70|
|3||Santa Clara University||Broncos||53||43||96|
|4||University of Hawaii||Rainbows||71||56||127|
|5||University of Southern California||Trojans||66||66||132|
|6||California State University Monterey Bay||Otters||88||85||173|
|7||Cal Poly University S.L.O.||Mustang||71||105||176|
|8||University of California at Berkeley||Bears||56||127||183|
|9||University of California at Los Angeles||Bruins||120||73||193|
|10||University of California at Santa Cruz||Banana Slug's||84||115||199|
|12||University of California at Irvine||Anteaters||136||132||268|
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.