Women's Atlantic Coast Championship

Scores for Division A

TeamTotalSailors
1DartmouthDartmouth College46Deirdre Lambert '15
Big GreenCarissa Crawford '14
2Boston CollegeBoston College50Erika Reineke '16
EaglesRiley Calhoun '161-6
Elizabeth Barnard '157-11
3VermontUniversity of Vermont78Megan Yeigh '16
CatamountsBridget Murphy '151-6,9-11
Eva Williford '147-8
4CharlestonCollege of Charleston81Clerc Cooper '15
CougarsElizabeth Chambers '14
5NavyU. S. Naval Academy84Mary Hall '15
MidshipmenEmma Ferris '151-4
Elizabeth Morrison '145-11
6South FloridaUniversity of South Florida89Dominique Wright '15
BullsDarcy Jensen '16
7Hobart & William SmHobart and William Smith Colleges90Arielle DeLisser '14
StatesmenAllison Aughtry '161-6
Marnie Merrill '157-11
8BrownBrown University100Sky Adams '14
BearsKristin Altreuter '14
9Rhode IslandUniversity of Rhode Island105Rachel Bryer '17
RamsFiona Christie '171-4,9-11
Anna Leitner '175-8
10CornellCornell University107Jennifer Borshoff '15
Big RedLindsey Ludwig '141-2
Claire Riedman '163-11
11YaleYale University114Marlena Fauer '141-10
Urska Kosir '1511
BulldogsEugenia Custo Greig '14
12MITMassachusetts Institute of Technology115Chloe Lepert '15
EngineersSamantha Albright '15
13Old DominionOld Dominion University117Andrea Luna '15
MonarchsChloe Constants '141-6,9-10
Alexa Cavalieri '147-8,11
14Coast GuardU. S. Coast Guard Academy124Devon Rohde '15
BearsJaimie Chicoine '14
15EckerdEckerd College135Melany Johnson '15
TritonsBrianna Green '161-10
Heidi Carlson '1611
16St. Mary'sSt. Mary's College of Maryland143Marissa Golison '161-6
Catherine Shanahan '157-11
SeahawksCatherine Shanahan '151-6
Natasha Skaalrud '167-8
Marissa Golison '169-11
17GeorgetownGeorgetown University145Amanda Taselaar '14
HoyasGenevieve Burgoyne '14
18George WashingtonGeorge Washington University160Maria Sinagra '16
ColonialsKaitlin Denny '14

Score history

The following chart shows the relative rank of the teams as of the race indicated.

The first place team as of a given race will always be at the top of the chart. The spacing from one team to the next shows relative gains/losses made from one race to the next. You may hover over the data points to display the total score as of that race.

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