#3 Camel Women Place Eighth out of 18 Teams at Atlantic Coast Championship

#3 Camel Women Place Eighth out of 18 Teams at Atlantic Coast Championship Marshall Leads #18 Coed Team to 14th Place Finish at AC Dinghy Championship ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--The third ranked Connecticut College women´s sailing visited the Sunshine State this weekend to compete in the Atlantic Coast Championship at Eckerd College. The Camels sailed to an eight place finish with a score of 250 points but were just nine points behind the fifth place Hoyas of Georgetown University in a tightly contested battle among the top teams. St. Mary´s College of Maryland scored 161 points to win the Atlantic Coast crown. The Boston College Eagles placed second with 186 points and William Smith College was third with 196 points. Sophomore skipper Atlantic Brugman (Barcelona, Spain) and senior crew Katrina Salk (Jamestown, R.I.) placed third in the B division with a score of 94 points. The top ranked Boston College boat outlasted the Camels by two points in the division. Senior skipper Maggie Shea (Wilmette, Ill.) and second year crew Steph Kapinos (South Hadley, Mass.) tallied 156 points en route to their 12th place finish in the A division. The 18th ranked Connecticut College coed team visited the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. to compete in the Atlantic Coast Dinghy Championship. The Camels scored 196 points to finish 14th in the 18 team field. Georgetown University tallied 66 points to win the Atlantic Coast Dinghy Championship. Boston College placed second with a score of 91 points and Championship host Navy scored 105 points to finish third. Senior skipper Mike Marshall (Jamestown, R.I.), Wells Bacon (Mount Desert, Maine.), Marina Gluckman (New York, N.Y.) and Katie Andril (Arlington, Va.) contributed to a 15th place tally of 102 points in the A division. In the B division, first year skipper Kevin Martland (Newport, R.I.) and Sam Parish (Eastsound, Wash.) scored 94 points en route to their 13th place showing for the Camels.

November 14, 2010

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