Date Event Results
9/15-16/18 Steufert Team Race
9/15-16/18 Buckeye Invite
9/15-16/18 Sloop Championship
9/15-16/18 GLIOR
9/8-9/18 Acton Up
9/8-9/18 Fall Fury
5/29-1/18 Gill Coed National Championship
5/26-28/18 LaserPerformance Team Race National Championship
5/22-25/18 Sperry Women’s National Championship
5/5-6/18 NU Spring
2018-04-29 Team Race PCCSC Championship
4/28-29/18 MCSA Coed Qualifiers
4/27-28/18 Coed PCCSC Championship
4/21-22/18 MCSA Team Race Qualifiers
2018-04-21 Women’s Clinic
Date Event NOR
9/22-23/18 Cary Price
9/22-23/18 Singlehanded PCCs
9/29-30/18 Pere Marquette
9/29-30/18 Boiler Cup
10/6-7/18 MCSA Match Race Qualifiers
10/6-7/18 U of I
10/6-7/18 Morton Schapiro PhD Trophy
10/13-14/18 Stoney Burke Intersectional
10/13-14/18 MCSA Singlehanded Qualifiers
10/13-14/18 Emma Biagioni
10/13-14/18 Davis Cup
10/20-21/18 Match Racing PCCs
10/20-21/18 Wisco Women’s
10/20-21/18 Boudeman Cup
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University of Rhode Island Wins ICSA/Sperry Top-Sider Women’s National Competition

In the final day of racing at the Sperry Top-Sider/ICSA Women’s National Championship for the Gerald C. Miller Memorial Trophy, the women arrived and waited for wind until around 2 p.m. The delay on shore caused everyone to question whether any more races would be sailed today. It was cool and cloudy with rain on and off, but finally some breeze began to come down the river at about 2-7 knots from a westerly direction. A-division was able to fit in two races before the 5 p.m. racing cut off, but B-division only sailed one race, therefore only one race in each division counted today on Windward/Leeward courses.

ICSA/Sperry Top-Sider Women’s Nationals Day 2 Commences with Completion of First Round Competition

Today’s racing began with the final races for the First Round Women’s teams, who were competing to make it in the top nine to move on to race in the Final Round of the Sperry Top-Sider / ICSA Women’s National Championships. The conditions this morning were more pleasant than yesterday with lighter winds ranging between 14-17 mph and more sun shine with temperatures in the low to mid 60s. It was a westerly breeze and although the wind was more manageable, it made the current more challenging, the women had to work harder to fight its strength on the downwind legs. The women sailed Windward/Leeward four or five courses and were able to complete the event with both A-division and B-division finishing two races making the required event total of eight races.

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