NJISA 2024 Icebreaker Regatta


Saturday, March 16:

The NJISA 2024 Spring Season got underway with the annual Icebreaker Regatta at Toms River Yacht Club. Ten schools, making up 18 total teams, were eager to get back out on the water for the new campaign.

The good news is there was no ice to break, as temperatures were in the high 50s and the sun was shining. The breeze, however, did not cooperate in the morning, as racing was delayed until approximately noon. The wind did fill from the east-southeast nicely, allowing for a good afternoon of racing. Twelve LA2 races were completed by 1630.

Donovan Catholic emerged as the winner of the day, edging second place Southern Regional by two points. Christian Brothers Academy's team one was eight points behind in third place. Seton Hall Prep and CBA's team two rounded out the top five.

Donovan's James Kopack and Caroline Felser won A Division, while Seton Hall Prep's Ryan D'Orsi, Dean Romain, and Arthur Folk topped B Division.

Thank you to Dave Magno for serving as PRO and Dr. Randall Nunn for running the mark & safety boat. A special thanks to TRYC for welcoming us back for the new season and the BBYRA for continuing to partner with the NJISA on the FJ fleet.

Score summary

1Donovan CatholicGriffins 1231740
2Southern RegionalRams231942
3Christian BrothersColts 1242448
4Seton Hall PrepPirates391554
5Christian BrothersColts 2254772
6Toms River  SouthIndians334275
7Point Pleasant BeachGarnett Gulls285987
8SummitHilltoppers 14753100
9Christian BrothersColts 34166107
10Donovan CatholicGriffins 26049109
11ChathamCougars 18265147
12Christian BrothersColts 47677153
13RidgeRed Devils53101154
14SummitHilltoppers 29364157
15Trinity HallMonarchs 29971170
16ChathamCougars 29279171
18Trinity HallMonarchs 19686182

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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