Women's Atlantic Coast Championship

Scores for Division A

1CornellCornell University58Bridget Green '25
Big RedSophia Mulvania '261-4
Amelia Neumann '255-14
2StanfordStanford University61Vanessa Lahrkamp '26
CardinalGwendolyn Donahue '24
3DartmouthDartmouth College68Maddie Hawkins '24
Big GreenLilly Baker '271-6
Madeleine Hughes '267-12
4NavyU. S. Naval Academy71Eva Blauvelt '25
MidshipmenMadeline Smith '24
*5Boston CollegeBoston College93Caroline Sibilly '26
EaglesKatelyn McGauley '24
*6YaleYale University93Mia Nicolosi '251-12
BulldogsSarah Moeder '261-4
Ximena Escobar '255-12
7HarvardHarvard University99Cordelia Burn '25
CrimsonEmily Launderville '241-6
Margo Silliman '257-12
8BrownBrown University105Brielle Willoughby '24
BearsLily Shore '241-6
Francesca Edmands '257-12
9GeorgetownGeorgetown University108Piper Holthus '25
HoyasAudrey Fung '241-4
Lucy Jervis '275-14
10Coast GuardU. S. Coast Guard Academy116Emily Bornarth '24
BearsMia Quinlan '24
11CharlestonCollege of Charleston126Grace Squires '24
CougarsClara Murphy '271-4
Chloe Hudgins '245-14
12TulaneTulane University131Samantha Gardner '27
Green WaveAndrea Riefkohl Gonzalez '24
13BowdoinBowdoin College136Kyra Phelan '26
Polar BearsRebecca Schill '271-4
Sophie Brett '255-12
14MITMassachusetts Institute of Technology138Brooke Schmelz '25
EngineersSamantha Karlson '251-6
Mercedes Escandon '257-12
15South FloridaUniversity of South Florida143Emma Shakespeare '241-4
Kay Brunsvold '255-14
BullsJewel "Min Min" Kelly '241-4
Kalea Woodard '245-14
16TuftsTufts University144Ella Hubbard '261-6,9-12
Samantha Jensen '247-8
JumbosAlessandra Torres '241-6
Adelaide Straub '247-8
Samantha Jensen '249-12
17PennsylvaniaUniversity of Pennsylvania175Madeleine Rice '24
QuakersEva Gonzalez-Whitehouse '26
18North Carolina StateNorth Carolina State University187Olivia Sowa '24
WolfpackAbby Scudder '24
*Number of high-place (1) finishes

Score history

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