Mark Healy PCCSC Open Conference Championship


Saturday, April 9:

A late report time was the move for the Mark Healy Fleet Race Championship as the forecast was dismal. A light south-easterly breeze developed around 2:15pm bringing racers off the beach into a lumpy sea-state and light conditions. Oscillating shifts were as large as 30 degrees giving sailors lots to consider compared to the prior day's Team Race Champs. Breeze hovered at about 3-5 knots for the two A races and 5-6 knots for the two B races. A third A division race was attempted, but shifts of over 40 degrees and dying breeze made the course untenable to maintain. The RC will try again tomorrow when the forecast is better. Thank you to Lucas Pierce for umpiring.

Sunday, April 10:

Much better conditions today with a light southwesterly developing and ranging from 5-8 knots until the last races of the day when the wind shifted to a shifty southeasterly. The race committee was able to get off five more races in each division with Stanford emerging victoriously and UCSB grabbing the second spot to the national semi-finals. UCLA, Cal Maritime, and San Diego State were awarded berth invites to the Regional National Invitational. Thank you again to Lucas Pierce for umpiring and to all of the PCCSC teams that attended!

Score summary

2UC Santa BarbaraGauchos191332
4Southern CalTrojans234972
5UC Los AngelesBruins503080
6Cal MaritimeKeelhaulers484795
7Cal PolyMustangs6259121
8San Diego StateAztecs4974123
10UC San DiegoTritons5188139
11Western WashingtonVikings9061151
12UC DavisAggies7084154
14UC Santa CruzBanana Slugs10571176
15UC IrvineAnteaters93110203
16Arizona StateSun Devils97107204
17Channel IslandsDolphins116115231

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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