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Boston College Women's Sailing Leads After Day 3 Of National Championship

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The Intercollegiate Sailing Association's (ICSA) National Championships got underway on Wednesday with the Boston College women's team competing in the Sperry Top-Sider/ICSA Women's National Semi-Final and FInal Championships down in Austin, Texas on Lake Travis.

The Eagles have advanced to the Finals and are currently in first place by one point going into the final day of competition. Here are the current results after Day 3:

# Program A B TOT
1 Boston College Eagles 21 38 59
2 Georgetown Hoyas 33 27 60
3 Yale Bulldogs 41 28 69
4 Rhode Island Rams 39 37 76
5 Connecticut College Camels 39 46 85
6 Harvard Crimson 43 45 88
7 College of Charleston Cougars 47 42 89
8 Navy Midshipmen 37 69 106
9 Stanford Cardinal 62 49 111
10 South Florida Bulls 50 62 112
11 Dartmouth Big Green 64 51 115
12 St. Mary's College of Maryland Seahawks 55 68 123
13 Brown Bears 73 50 123
14 Eckerd Tritons 70 69 139
15 Hawaii Rainbows 65 82 147
16 Michigan Wolverines 96 71 167
17 Texas Longhorns 88 102 190
18 Western Washington Vikings 103 90 193

You can follow the results and racing live at the event website: http://2012nationals.collegesailing.org/. Fans can also watch live media coverage of the regattas by clicking on the Live Media link at 2012nationals.collegesailing.org.

The Sperry Top-Sider/ICSA Women's National Championship is the first of three National Championship events the Eagles will be participating in this week. The ICSA/APS Team Race National Championship follows the Women's Championship and will start on Sunday, while the ICSA/Gill Dinghy National Championship starts on June 6. Both events will last three days.

Go Sailing Eagles!