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Boston College Coed Sailing Finishes Fifth At Gill Coed National Championship

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Go Sailing Eags!

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The Boston College coed sailing team came home empty from its trip to St. Petersburg for the 2013 National Championships, but turned in a respectable fifth place finish at the Gill Coed National Championship Regatta. The Eagles finished with 291 points, while College of Charleston won the event with 215 points.

Georgetown (235 points) finished in second. Dartmouth (256 points), Brown (265) and BC (291) rounded out the top five.

The A Division Eagles team of seniors Patrick Hession, Laura McKenna, Molly Clarke and freshman Raul Rios, junior Shone Bowman and sophomore Domenic Bove placed second with 110 points. BC's William Bailey, Alexander Cook, Erika Reineke, Molly Clarke, Laura McKenna, Elizabeth Barnard, Shone Bowman and Ryan Mullins placed 13th in the B Division with 181 points.

Congrats to seniors Laura McKenna and Patrick Hession, who both picked up 2013 ICSA Crew All-American honors. Freshman Raul Rios was named to the All-American Skipper team.

Final standings below:

1. College of Charleston Cougars -- 69 - 146 - 215
2. Georgetown University Hoyas -- 134 - 101 - 235
3. Dartmouth College Big Green -- 115 - 141 - 256
4. Brown University Bears -- 177 - 88 - 265
5. Boston College Eagles -- 110 - 181 - 291
6. Stanford University Cardinal -- 204 - 97 - 301
7. Roger Williams University Hawks -- 132 - 177 - 309
8. Yale University Bulldogs -- 155 - 158 - 313
9. Old Dominion University Monarchs -- 172 - 152 - 324
10. St. Mary's College of Maryland Seahawks -- 186 - 150 - 336
11. U. S. Naval Academy Midshipmen -- 154 - 191 - 345
12. Tufts University Jumbos -- 172 - 175 - 347
13. University of South Florida Bulls -- 151 - 208 - 359
14. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Engineers -- 186 - 180 - 366
15. SUNY Maritime College Privateers -- 191 - 178 - 369
16. Hobart and William Smith Colleges Statesmen -- 220 - 241 - 461
17. University of Virginia Wahoos -- 245 - 265 - 510
18. University of Wisconsin Badgers -- 303 - 237 - 540