As forecast breeze was on for the first day of MAISA women’s conference championship. There were several delays due to too much wind. All racing was sailed in 420’s. 10 races were completed. Huge thanks to PRO Jimmy Keegan ‘16 and the SUNY sailors for working hard to run races all day in difficult conditions.
1 breakdown was heard resulting in average points being awarded.
Tomorrow will begin with race 5b in 420’s. A will race in FJ’s
Racing got underway promptly Sunday morning with 22 races scheduled for the day. The classic East River current was a major factor throughout the day with conditions showing favorable current in the morning, slack midday and adverse current to close out the afternoon. Breeze was from the ESE and ranged from 5-10kts throughout the day. The SUNY sailors did a fantastic job of setting marks and keeping the course square and keep racing moving. Race 16b was completed shortly before the cut off time. Congratulations to our 2018-19 all MAISA women’s skippers who were announced at the end of the day. We are excited for the top 9 schools to represent the conference at nationals in Newport! Congratulations to the University of Pennsylvania for winning the 2019 maisa women’s championship! Huge thanks to the SUNY sailors and Alumnus Jimmy Keegan ‘16 for running racing this weekend.
|1||University of Pennsylvania||Quakers||65||62||127|
|2||Cornell University||Big Red||70||64||134|
|3||George Washington University||Colonials||76||82||158|
|4||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Statesmen||83||76||159|
|5||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||112||62||174|
|6||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||73||106||179|
|8||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Seahawks||89||116||205|
|10||University of Virginia||Wahoos||172||157||329|
|11||Christopher Newport University||Captains||163||183||346|
|13||SUNY Maritime College||Privateers||182||227||409|
|16||SUNY Stony Brook||Seawolves||237||216||453|
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.