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Scores for Division A

TeamTotalSailors
1UC Santa BarbaraUniversity of California at Santa Barbara37Cobi Allen '16
Gauchos 3Noah Eckhous '15
2BerkeleyUniversity of California at Berkeley46Jacob Hiew '15
Golden Bears 1Lauren Rehbein '16
3CSU Long BeachCalifornia State University Long Beach47Sunny Scarbrough '17
49ersNicholas Santos '15
4University of Southern California56Pravan Chugani '16
TrojansTaylor DuPont '17
5Cal MaritimeCalifornia Maritime Academy58Corey Lynch '171-5
William Antrobus '156-9
KeelhaulersDavid Wiener '17
6UC Santa BarbaraUniversity of California at Santa Barbara62Joseph Schiff '17
Gauchos 2Sophie Williams '14
7UC IrvineUniversity of California at Irvine63Kate Andersen '15
AnteatersPaul Traverso '151-2,5-7
Blake Terry '143-4
Philip Tagatac '178-9
8UC Santa BarbaraUniversity of California at Santa Barbara65Grant Rickon '16
Gauchos 1Gregory Coumes '17
9Santa ClaraSanta Clara University71Dylan Ale '15
BroncosMadeleine Fawcett '171-5
Monica De Lazzari '156-9
10BerkeleyUniversity of California at Berkeley81Eric Witte '17
Golden Bears 2Lauren Stefanowski '17
11UC San DiegoUniversity of California at San Diego86Brett Farrell '17
TritonsJiachao Yang '15
12Monterey BayCalifornia State University Monterey Bay89Christina Stege '14
OttersLauren Orloff '161-3
Sarah Davis '144-9
13BerkeleyUniversity of California at Berkeley90Ian Markowitz '171-5
Ted Chavkin '146-9
Golden Bears 3Zachary Brown '171-2,5
Greg Martin '153-4
Katheryn Bell '166-9
14UC Santa CruzUniversity of California at Santa Cruz125Kip Wanaselja '16
Banana Slug'sMaille Kennedy '17
15UC DavisUniversity of California at Davis130Kelsey Hoult '15
Aggies 2Nicholas Pratt '131-5
Alexandra Bischak '156-9
16UC Los AngelesUniversity of California at Los Angeles135Kimberly Alcorn '15
BruinsSkyler Selvin '17 *
17UC DavisUniversity of California at Davis142Estella Wong '15
Aggies 1Natasha Jarett '14

Score history

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