Beautiful sailing in SE conditions with W-4's on the first race of the set W-3's on the second to speed up rotations. 8 good races followed by a long postponement waiting for storm cell to pass. Race 9A race was completed in a dying breeze.
West/NW breezes around 5-6 knots allowed the remaining races to be completed with all W-4's. Race 14 A/B were completed in unstable conditions just before new breeze came in. Redress was filed requesting to re-sail races 14A/B. The redress was disallowed in A but granted in B. Be was re-sailed in 6-7 knot westerly and a very tight finish with 10 boats crossing the line within two boat lengths.
Congratulations to the Big Red for winning the 2023 MAISA Spring Women's Dinghy Championships along with the the top automatic qualifying berth at the National championships along with Georgetown for the second spot. The remaining teams will have to wait for the ICSA selection announcement on 5/2.
Following the hearings, the 2023 All-MAISA Women's Skippers (first and second teams) were honored.
|1||Cornell University||Big Red||41||57||98|
|3||University of Pennsylvania||Quakers||73||51||124|
|4||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||65||88||153|
|6||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Seahawks||72||101||173|
|7||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||103||74||177|
|8||George Washington University||Buff and Blue||103||80||183|
|9||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Statesmen||106||78||184|
|10||Christopher Newport University||Captains||138||118||256|
|12||University of Virginia||Wahoos||131||178||309|
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