Coed Atlantic Coast Championship

Scores for Division A

1GeorgetownGeorgetown University57Nevin Snow '16
HoyasMeaghan MacRae '18
2YaleYale University61Ian Barrows '17
BulldogsNatalya Doris '17
3Coast GuardU. S. Coast Guard Academy62Avery Fanning '16
BearsRobert Turley '16
*4HarvardHarvard University71Andrew Mollerus '16
CrimsonSydney Karnovsky '16
*5Boston CollegeBoston College71Raul Rios '16
EaglesAllison Ferraris '171-2,5-10
Katja Sertl '163-4
6Old DominionOld Dominion University73Esteban Forrer '16
MonarchsGabriel Smith '17
7South FloridaUniversity of South Florida86Sean Cornell '18
BullsKristen Walker '17
8CharlestonCollege of Charleston89Jake Reynolds '16
CougarsChloe Dapp '17
9NY MaritimeSUNY Maritime College92Zachary Hill '18
PrivateersAndreas Adam '18
**10Hobart & WilliamHobart and William Smith Colleges98Greiner Hobbs '18
StatesmenSarah Warren '181-2,4-10
Adam Schaefer '173
**11Boston UniversityBoston University98Ryan Astwood '161-6,9-10
Brendan Cook '167-8
TerriersKayla Lynch '161-2,5-6,9-10
Alex Moreno '193-4
Lexi Pline '197-8
12BowdoinBowdoin College99Jack McGuire '17
Polar BearsNora Cullen '181-6
Dana Bloch '177-10
13St. Mary'sSt. Mary's College of Maryland103Alexander Curtiss '16
SeahawksShelby Jacobs '171-2,7-10
Mariah Leffingwell '163-6
14NavyU. S. Naval Academy104Patrick Snow '17
MidshipmenAaron Hull '161-2,5-10
Peter Hogan '183-4
15George WashingtonGeorge Washington University112Brendan Shanahan '17
ColonialsMercedes McPhee '19
16MITMassachusetts Institute of Technology138Alexander Stewart '171-4,9-10
Ty Ingram '185-8
EngineersPaige Omura '171-2,9-10
Kyle Joba-Woodruff '173-8
17EckerdEckerd College141Timothy Siemers '161-4
Andrew Schoene '185-10
TritonsJessica Resnick '161-4,9-10
Benjamin Chafee '165-8
18CornellCornell University158Alex Woloshyn '171-4
Daniel Birmingham '175-6
Clark Uhl '197-10
Big RedClaire Riedman '16
*Number of high-place (1) finishes
**Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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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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