A very tough day of sailing and race management on the Rivah Charles. I would quote McCroskey from Airplane but it would be inappropriate. Airplane fans know what I mean. The breeze averaged from the Northwest but at times was West and at times Northeast. Velocity ranged from 1-20 knots. 8 C and 6 A and B races were completed. Courses were inner and outer trapezoids. A huge thanks to Hugh Dougherty and Colin Santangelo who helped make many mark moves to try to keep up with the shifts. A big thanks also to Laura from MIT on scoring, Wally Corwin from MIT on the dock and all of MIT for the resources.
Another tricky day for you. Northwest on average but shifting 50 degrees to either side. Much lighter wind today, ranging from 0 to 15 knots. Inner and outer traps were sailed. We milked that cantankerous sow of a wind for all we could. Many thanks to Sailing Master Fran Charles for many mark moves, Wally Corwin for controlling the dock with authority, Matt Lindblad for repping and Lisa Van Der Sluijs for scoring. Congrats to the BU Terriers for pulling it out as the curtain closed.
|2||Bowdoin College||Polar Bears||57||52||61||170|
|3||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers||46||65||62||173|
|4||Dartmouth College||Big Green||69||73||42||184|
|10||University of Rhode Island||Rams||103||81||68||252|
|12||Roger Williams University||Hawks||78||108||83||269|
|13||University of Pennsylvania||Quakers||109||78||124||311|
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