HANOVER, N.H. — The Dartmouth sailing teams wrapped up their fall seasons a little over two weeks ago, and are now prepping for the spring season. Recently, the Big Green received good news by moving up in the national polls and a Sailor of the Week honor.

In the final fall Sailing World's College Rankings, the coed team moved up to second with 336 total points. Roger Williams is the top-ranked team with 378 points and 18 first-place votes. Yale is the third-ranked team with 325 points and one first-place vote. The ranking is the best ranking for the Big Green this season.

On the women's side, Dartmouth is ranked third with 245 points and received one first-place vote. Yale took the top spot with 283 points with 17 first-place votes. Rhode Island is ranked second with 265 points and one first-place vote. This is the highest the Big Green have been ranked all season.

For their performance at the Women's Atlantic Coast Championships on Nov. 11, sophomore Carissa Crawford (San Diego, Calif.), sophomore Catherine O'Sullivan (Needham, Mass.) and freshman Deirdre Lambert (Cumberland, Maine) were named the New England Intercollegiate Sailing Association (NEISA) Women's Sailors of the Week.

The group won the B-division at the Women's Atlantic Coast Championship. Lambert, O'Sullivan and Crawford finished in the top four in 9-of-14 races, winning their division by 12 points. Their
performance led the Big Green to a third place overall finish, just one point out of first place.