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Carissa Crawford (leaning) and Deidre Lambert led Dartmouth to the top of the college rankings this fall.

Women Finish Fall Atop Sailing World's College Rankings

Courtesy: Dartmouth
Release: 12/07/2012
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HANOVER, N.H. — Sailing World unveiled its sixth and final college rankings of the fall on Nov. 21 with Dartmouth atop the women’s poll. The Big Green earned 12 of the 15 first-place votes from the coaches to accumulate 216 points, with Boston College second with two first-place votes and 210 points. Dartmouth was also among the top 10 in the co-ed rankings in ninth place.

The women won four regattas this fall, including the Atlantic Coast Championship (ACC) on Nov. 10-11, to earn the ranking. Sophomore Deirdre Lambert and junior Carissa Crawford led the Big Green to a first-place finish in the A Division at the ACC, combining for 51 points to edge out runner-up St. Mary’s College (Md.). In the B Division, seniors Chandler Salisbury and Madilyn Gamble sailed into second place, just behind Boston College.

The complete rankings are listed below.

Sailing World's College Rankings
WOMEN (1st-place votes) Points   CO-ED (1st-place votes) Points
1. Dartmouth (12) 216   1. Georgetown (9) 294
2. Boston College (2) 210   2. Yale (4) 280
3. St. Mary’s (1) 190   3. Coll. of Charleston (2) 278
4. Yale 172   4. Boston College 243
5. Navy 171   5. Brown 227
6. Tufts 143   6. Roger Williams 208
7. Georgetown 120   7. Stanford 206
8. Coll. of Charleston 111   8. Tufts 191
9. MIT 108   9. Dartmouth 183
10. Brown 86   10. St. Mary’s 175
11. Rhode Island 59   11. MIT 159
12. Eckerd 52   12. Navy 138
13. Roger Williams 33   13. Hobart/Wm. Smith 118
14. Hobart/Wm. Smith 31   14. Old Dominion 108
15. Stanford 28   15. Harvard 82
        16. SUNY Maritime 66
        17. South Florida 54
        18. Vermont 35
        19. Connecticut College 26
        20. Fordham 24

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