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Coed Sailing Finished Seventh

Senior Laura McKenna earned a spot on the ICSA Crew All-American team along with teammate Patrick Hession.

Senior Laura McKenna earned a spot on the ICSA Crew All-American team along with teammate Patrick Hession.

June 9, 2012

AUSTIN, TX - The BC coed team fell short of its quest for the National Championship on Friday, June 8 as the Eagles placed seventh in the final standings. Georgetown won the event with 137 points, followed by Roger Williams with 169 points. Boston College was seventh with 231 points.

The Eagles dug a deep hole on the first day of racing as they finished the day in 13th place. On Thursday, the teams chipped away at the lead but could only move up to eight place.

BC finished with week of sailing in Texas with a Women's National Championship, a fourth place finish in the team competition as well as the seventh place finish in the coed race.

Some of BC sailors were honored on Friday night at the championship banquet. Annie Haeger earned All-American status for the second time this week but this time on the ICSA COed All-America team.

Senior Laura McKenna and junior Patrick Hession were named to the ICSA Crew All-American team.

For additional regatta information and results visit the event website: http://2012nationals.collegesailing.org/.

COED TEAM FINAL RESULTS

1. Georgetown University, 137

2. Roger Williams University, 169

3. Yale University, 171

4. College of Charleston, 207

5. Harvard University, 213

6. Hobart and William Smith Colleges, 231

7. Boston College, 231

8. Stanford University, 246

9. Tufts University, 252

10. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 255

11. University of South Florida, 263

12. Boston University, 264

13. University of Miami, 267

14. Dartmouth College, 277

15. Brown University, 284

16. U.S. Naval Academy, 306

17. Old Dominion University, 318

18. SUNY Maritime College, 358

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