Women Finish Fall Atop Sailing World's College Rankings
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|
|8.||Coll. of Charleston||111||8.||Tufts||191|
|13.||Roger Williams||33||13.||Hobart/Wm. Smith||118|
|14.||Hobart/Wm. Smith||31||14.||Old Dominion||108|