Out of the last three weekends, today proved to be the best weather for sailing at the University of Wisconsin. With sunshine and northerly winds (5-15mph) we completed 16 races. We saw good competition between all teams and are excited to see what is in store for tomorrow as sailors compete for a birth to ICSA nationals. I would like to thank our race committee and protest jury teams for their dedication throughout the day.
Day two of the MCSA COED Qualifiers started off with light southerly wind that were variable throughout the day. The race committee persevered and was able to complete 4 races by 1400 hours to conclude the regatta.
We would like give great thanks to our race committee and protest jury teams for their time and experienced effort. Mark Prange (PRO), Brendan Boylan and Eric Tobias served on race committee while Fields Gunsett (Chief Judge), Dave Gorwitz and Tim Sugar served on protest jury. They all did a stellar job.
Congratulations to Michigan for winning overall and Wisconsin, Northwestern, Milwaukee, and Notre Dame for finishing in the top 5 respectively. We wish each of these teams the best of luck representing the MCSA at Gill College Sailing Dinghy National Championships.
|1||University of Michigan||Wolverines||35||34||69|
|2||University of Wisconsin||Badgers||38||33||71|
|4||University of Wisconsin Milwaukee||Panthers||56||51||107|
|*||5||University of Notre Dame||Fighting Irish||47||62||109|
|*||6||Marquette University||Golden Eagles||59||50||109|
|7||University of Minnesota||Gophers||54||69||123|
|8||Grand Valley State University||Lakers||72||58||130|
|9||University of Toledo||Rockets||98||82||180|
|10||University of Iowa||Hawkeyes||93||108||201|
|12||University of Illinois||Illini||121||MRP||137||MRP||258|
|13||John Carroll University||Blue Streaks||143||MRP||120||MRP||263|
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.