A spectacular first day of racing on the first day of the 2018 Dellenbaugh Women's Trophy. The day started with lots of sunshine, temps approaching 60 degrees, and a dying Northerly breeze. One A-division race was completed and the first B-division race was abandoned as the breeze died. Competitor's waited ashore for about an hour and half until the seabreeze filled in at around 1:30pm from the South/Southwest at 12-18 knots with nice waves. A-division sailed 10 races in Z420s and B-division sailed 8 races in FJs until 6pm. All courses were W4's and two requests for redress were filed with one breakdown awarded to Yale's B-division.
A huge thanks to the our Judges Johanna Kincaid (Brown '15) and Megan Grapengeter-Rudnick (Brown '17) and to all of the Brown sailors who helped out: Gabe Hannon '20, Jack Briano '21, and Ary Dutta '21. Thanks as well to Dartmouth Coach Justin Assad for being the NEISA Rep and to URI for providing their starting box. And a huge thanks to photographer Rob Migliaccio for taking photos all day that will be up on the NEISA Facebook page.
The hometown Brown Bears are leading the way after day one. Race 9B will begin at 10:00am on Sunday with B-division in Z420s and A-division in FJs.
Another great day of racing at the 2018 Dellenbaugh Women's Trophy. Lots of sunshine, temps approaching 60 degrees, and a Southwest breeze that trended right all day to the West at 8-15 knots and very shifty. A-division completed seven more races while B-division had nine races for a total of 17 races per division. A-division sailed FJs and B-division sailed Z420s on W3, W4, and W4 courses. One protest was filed and later withdrawn.
A huge thanks to our Judges Johanna Kincaid (Brown '15) and Megan Grapengeter-Rudnick (Brown '17) and to all of the Brown sailors who helped out: Gabe Hannon '20, Jack Briano '21, and Ary Dutta '21. Thanks as well to Dartmouth Coach Justin Assad for being the NEISA Rep, to URI for providing their starting box, and to Moses Brown School for providing a powerboat. And a huge thanks to photographer Rob Migliaccio for taking photos all weekend that can be found on the NEISA Facebook page.
Congrats to the Brown Bears for winning the Dellenbaugh Women's Trophy for the second year in a row. Stanford and Yale rounded out the top three.
|5||College of Charleston||Cougars||142||121||263|
|6||George Washington University||Colonials||157||107||264|
|7||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||77||194||271|
|8||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers||164||126||290|
|11||University of Rhode Island||Rams||177||164||341|
|13||Cornell University||Big Red||157||195||352|
|14||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||173||212||385|
|15||University of South Florida||Bulls||175||220||395|
|16||University of Pennsylvania||Quakers||239||176||415|
|17||Dartmouth College||Big Green||187||236||423|
|18||University of Hawaii||Rainbows||228||303||531|
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