Sailing Leads Gill/ICSA Dinghy National Championships Going Into Final Day

The Boston College coed sailing team is in first place with 104 points after 18 races in the Gill/ICSA Dinghy National Championships out in Oregon at the Columbia River Gorge. The Eagles are looking to defend their 2010 co-ed sailing National Championship. A win in the co-ed National Championship would be the program's fifth National title overall.

Harvard is currently in second place, 11 points behind BC. Hobart & William Smith (138) and St. Mary's (139) round out the top four. Be sure to check out the results throughout the day over at 2011nationals.collegesailing.info and follow the sailing action live on Twitter

Current standings going into the final day after the jump (it's just like golf ... lowest score wins).

Huzzah, sailing Eagles!

# Team Div. A Div. B Total
1 Boston College Eagles 76 28 104
2 Harvard Crimson 62 53 115
3 Hobart & William Smith Statesmen 71 67 138
4 St. Mary's Seahawks 60 79 139
5 Charleston Cougars 95 46 141
6 Miami Hurricanes 77 66 143
7 Georgetown Hoyas 67 79 146
8 Roger Williams Hawks 86 78 164
9 Yale Bulldogs 95 76 171
10 Brown Bears 85 88 173
11 Rhode Island Rams 105 80 185
12 Navy Midshipmen 103 83 186
13 South Florida Bulls 93 95 188
14 Old Dominion Monarchs 107 87 194
15 Stanford Cardinal 128 79 207
16 Connecticut College Camels 141 72 213
17 Tufts Jumbos 128 103 231
18 Eckerd Tritons 132 110 242
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