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Saisa Women's Fall Championship - A tricky day

by Greg Fisher on 7 Oct 2013
Saisa Women’s Fall Championship College Sailing ICSA
Racing started at 10:45 in a light north easterly and the breeze slowly veered to the southeast for the first three races.

It was tricky sailing for the competitors since the typical Charleston current was charging as well. Eventually the breeze settled in with a nice 8-12 mph seabreeze and a slack tide.

The remaining nine races were sailed and finished by 3:30pm with only one breakdown. The Charleston Cougars sailed well for their 1,2 overall finish (Clerc Cooper and Beka Schiff)with Dominique Wright from USF in third.

Thanks to the Cougar team for their help in running a great and smooth event! Thanks too to Ned Goss our illustrious dockmaster in making sure our boats and facilities were all set to go! Tomorrow (Sunday) we start the dinghy fleet championship and we look forward to another great day.

Score summary




School Team A
TOT

1 Charleston Clerc Cooper '15 47
47

2 Charleston Rebekah Schiff '16 50
50

3 South Florida Dominique Wright '15 55
55

4 South Florida Alison Knoles '17 57
57

5 South Florida Colleen Hartman '13 67
67

6 Charleston Carly Shevitz '14 68
68

7 U. Miami Taylor Scheuermann '15 70
70

8 U. Miami Laura Hernandez '15 74
74

9 Eckerd Melany Johnson '15 96
96

10 Charleston Irene Abascal '17 105
105

11 Eckerd Sarah Chambers '17 112
112

12 U. Miami Alexandra Damley-Strnad '17 130
130


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