Central Spring Open


Saturday, April 7:

Saturday started with light shifty winds out of the northwest with racing ending around 4 pm. The regatta had no protests at the conclusion of the day. Sunday's report time is 9:00 am

Sunday, April 8:

The Central Spring Open hosted by the Ocean County College and the Toms River Yacht Club saw a great weekend of racing. The sailors faced cold, brisk air throughout the entire weekend. The shifty winds out of the northwest made it extremely challenging for both division on the water. A-Division was won by Stony Brook skipper Vidar Minkovsky and crew Micayla Beyer finishing the event with 37 points. Fordam University finished second followed by NY Maritime in third place in A-Division. B-Divison was lead by Columbia skipper Liliana Loosbrock and her crew Elizabeth Keeney who faught off NY Maritime for second place. Fordam rounded off the top three in B-Divison. Overall the top five teams were: 1. Stony Brook University 2. Fordam University 3. Columbia University 4. NY Maritime 5. Stevens On behalf of the Ocean County College Sailing Team, we would like to thank Roy Wilkins, OCC Director of Sailing Operations for providing Sweet Jane as the committee boat, Richard Proko for serving as PRO, Sue Proko for recording finishes, Connor Wells and Tyler Yetman for setting the course as mark boat. Most of all, we could like to thank the Toms River Yacht Club for hosting the regatta which had teams from the NY metro area and as far south as Christopher Newport University in Virginia.

Regatta Chair/Scorer Brian Hull OCC Coach

Score summary

1Stony BrookSeawolves 1375188
4NY MaritimePrivateers46107153
5Washington CollegeShoremen10481185
8Christopher NewportCaptains130MRP80MRP210
11Webb InstituteClippers 2119112231
12Stony BrookSeawolves 2123115238
13Webb InstituteClippers 1117133250
15Ocean CountyVikings162MRP178MRP340
16Catholic U AmericaCardinals164189353
18RutgersScarlet Knights193200393

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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