Sailors were greeted with strong but shifty breeze out of the NW at about 12-14 knots. Sean Cornell and his RC team of Eckerd sailors were able to string off several W-3, W-4, + W-5 races. The breeze clocked right throughout the day and slowly died. We completed 8 races in each division. Two protests were filed, one resulting in a DSQ and the other was disallowed. SAISA then held their annual conference meeting.
We had a decent Easterly breeze this morning at about 6-8 knots, which died after the first two sets were completed. The breeze took some time to settle in again and eventually the sea breeze kicked in for the last set of the day. Two protests were filed again, resulting in one to be disallowed and another DSQ. Thanks to Sean Cornell (USF '18) and the Eckerd Tritons for assisting with regatta management. Congratulations to the College of Charleston Cougars on their victory to kick off our spring season!
|1||College of Charleston||Cougars||45||22||67|
|4||North Carolina State University||Wolfpack||66||41||107|
|5||University of Miami||Hurricanes||60||78||138|
|7||University of South Carolina||Gamecocks||74||93||167|
|8||University of Florida||Gators||81||106||187|
|10||University of South Florida||Bulls||119||100||219|
|11||University of North Carolina at Wilmington||Seahawks||110||120||230|
|12||University of North Carolina||Tar Heels||153||98||251|
|13||University of Georgia||Bulldogs||107||160||267|
|14||Duke University||Blue Devils||117||156||273|
|15||Georgia Institute of Technology||Yellow Jackets||172||109||281|
|16||Palm Beach Atlantic University||Sailfish||147||176||323|
|18||Auburn University||War Eagle||217||134||351|
|19||Georgia Southern University||Eagles||157||212||369|
|20||Florida Institute of Technology||Panthers||196||187||383|
|21||University of Central Florida||Knights||211||225||436|
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.
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