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Boston College Women's Sailing In Second After Day 2 Of ICSA Women's National Championship

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Go Sailing Eagles!

The Boston College women's sailing team finished yesterday in second place after the first day of the ICSA Sperry Top-Siders National Championship finals in St. Petersburg, Florida. The Eagles are one of 18 schools vying for the ICSA women's title.

BC has 77 points, just five behind Dartmouth with a tournament leading 72 points. St. Mary's is in third with 79 points.

Boston College's A Division team had 57 points, while the B Division team had 22 points. In the first four races, Stephanie Hudson and Kate Wysocki raced in the A Division. In races five and six, Hudson and Kelly Roy worked together. The B Division team in the first four races was Erika Reineke and Molly Clarke, while Reineke and Beth Barnard raced in the final two competitions of the day.

As of this writing, the Eagles had retaken the lead from the Big Green, 84 to 88, through race 7B.

Boston College is seeking to repeat as ICSA Women's National Champions. The program previously won the women's title in 2008 and 2012.

Standings as of last night:

1. Dartmouth College Big Green -- 29 - 43 - 72
2. Boston College Eagles -- 57 - 20 - 77
3. St. Mary's College of Maryland Seahawks -- 36 - 43 - 79
4. Connecticut College Camels -- 36 - 44 - 80
5. Yale University Bulldogs -- 65 - 23 - 88
6. College of Charleston Cougars -- 58 - 35 - 93
7. Georgetown University Hoyas -- 54 - 42 - 96
8. Cornell University Big Red -- 38 - 59 - 97
9. Brown University Bears -- 38 - 64 - 102
10. Stanford University Cardinal -- 66 - 44 - 110
11. U. S. Naval Academy Midshipmen -- 22 - 88 - 110
12. University of South Florida Bulls -- 47 - 65 - 112
13. Eckerd College Tritons -- 76 - 39 - 115
14. Hobart and William Smith Colleges Statesmen -- 50 - 68 - 118
15. Roger Williams University Hawks -- 78 - 65 - 143
16. University of Minnesota Minnesota Women -- 81 - 82 - 163
17. University of Washington Huskies -- 92 - 97 - 189
18. University of Texas Longhorns -- 103 - 105 - 208