College Sailing National Invitational


Saturday, April 29:

College Sailing National Invitational!

Saturday started with sustained winds of 22 knots gusting to 37 out of the north, so despite the sailors clamoring to sail, it was decided to wait onshore and not destroy the brand new fleet of 420Es during their first week. By 2pm the wind had come down to sustained 19 with gusts to 26 and we went sailing! 6 races completed in blustery, super fun conditions, and then 2 more as the wind begin to come down into the low teens.

Going into Sunday, Northeastern is leading by 3 points!

Sunday, April 30:

College Sailing National Invitational Day Two!

With Lake Travis showing her visitors all she has to offer, Sunday was the exact opposite of Saturday, with the RC working hard to get races off is super-light winds from the North, West, South-West, and South. One race in the morning, AP on shore, then three in the afternoon, finally going in for the day as the wind dropped to zero as the time loomed.

Congrats to the University of Texas at Austin for their narrow victory over Northeastern, with the lead going back and forth all day!

Congrats to Ethan Froelich '24, Rojit Rajan '26, and Sophia Herrada '24 from UT for winning A division and to Sylvia Burns '26 and Morgan TerMaat '23 from Northeastern for winning B division!

A huge thank you to PRO Mark Foster, and volunteers Terry, Gil, Ray, Janice, Kirk, Bay, Bob, Anne, Karina '22, Fred '21, Emily '20, John B, John F, Peggy, Amy, and especially to Warren, Soph (UT) and Tim and Taylor (UNT) for organizing the whole thing!


Score summary

3New HampshireWildcats7376149
7North TexasMean Green139175314
8DelawareBlue Hens174166340
9UC San DiegoTritons189177366
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

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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