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Boston College Women's Sailing Finishes Fourth At ICSA Sperry Top-Sider National Championship

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Women's Sailing completes season at ICSA Nationals.

via bceagles.com

The Boston College women's sailing team couldn't overtake Dartmouth on the final day of racing, finishing fourth at the ICSA Sperry Top-Sider National Championship in South Florida. The Eagles earned 268 points to finish in a tie for fourth with Stanford (BC won the head-to-head tiebreaker). Dartmouth placed first with 203 points, followed by St. Mary's (241 points), Cornell (267 points), BC (268 points) and Stanford (268 points).

Congratulations to seniors Stephanie Hudson, Kelly Roy and Molly Clarke on a great career. The future is bright for the program with sophomores Katherine Wysocki and Elizabeth Barnard and freshman Erika Reineke gaining valuable experience at nationals. Reineke, a finalist for the Sailor of the Year award and Hudson picked up All-American honors en route to BC's fourth place finish.

The sailing program has two more shots at taking home a title this year with the APS Team Race Championship (May 25-27) and the Gill Coed Championships (May 28-30).

Go Eagles!

Final Women's National Championship standings:

1. Dartmouth College Big Green -- 68 - 135 - 203
2. St. Mary's College of Maryland Seahawks -- 120 - 121 - 241
3. Cornell University Big Red -- 113 - 154 - 267
*4. Boston College Eagles -- 163 - 105 - 268
*5. Stanford University Cardinal -- 157 - 111 - 268
6. Yale University Bulldogs -- 183 - 89 - 272
7. College of Charleston Cougars -- 163 - 116 - 279
8. Connecticut College Camels -- 121 - 168 - 289
9. Brown University Bears -- 153 - 163 - 316
10. University of South Florida Bulls -- 160 - 175 - 335
11. Georgetown University Hoyas -- 184 - 158 - 342
12. Eckerd College Tritons -- 206 - 148 - 354
13. U. S. Naval Academy Midshipmen -- 105 - 256 - 361
14. Hobart and William Smith Colleges Statesmen -- 168- 194 - 362
15. Roger Williams University Hawks -- 211 - 171 - 382
16. University of Minnesota Minnesota Women -- 248 - 251 - 499
17. University of Washington Huskies -- 262 - 263 - 525
18. University of Texas Longhorns -- 293 - 301 - 594