Sailing World College Rankings, April 1 2016

The Georgetown Hoyas and the Lady Rams from the University of Rhode Island sit atop the first rankings of 2016, but Yale sits just behind on both sides.
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Sailing World’s College Rankings, presented by Zim Sailing and Gill, are determined by an open coaches poll. For more information on the poll, or on how your team’s coach can become a part of it, click here. The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the first national ranking for the 2016 season, based on results through March 31st.

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Team Points
Georgetown [17] 446
Yale [5] 431
Charleston 383
Boston College 371
St. Mary’s 335
Stanford 333
Navy 256
Brown 246
Coast Guard 238
Harvard 225
Dartmouth 204
Hobart/Wm. Smith 203
Old Dominion 196
George Washington 175
Roger Williams 137
MIT 125
Boston University (tie) 102
Bowdoin 102
Tufts 57
Fordham 45

Also receiving votes: Eckerd, SUNY Maritime, Rhode Island, Conn. College, UC Santa Barbara, South Florida, Salve Regina, Jacksonville, Cornell, Univ. Wisconsin, Univ. Pennsylvania, Tulane, Vermont.



Team Points
Rhode Island [16] 309
Yale [4] 296
Boston College 270
Georgetown [1] 241
St. Mary’s 209
Charleston 203
Stanford 202
Dartmouth 168
Bowdoin 159
Coast Guard [2] 147
Boston University 141
George Washington 59
Tufts 51
Vermont 50
Brown 47

Also receiving votes: Harvard, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Fordham, Navy, South Florida, MIT, UC Santa Barbara, Wisconsin, Roger Williams, Conn. College, Old Dominion, Cornell, Eckerd, Hawaii, Western Washington.

23 coaches participated in this poll: Eckerd, George Washington, Christopher Newport, Dartmouth, Roger Williams, UC San Diego, SUNY Maritime, Univ. Pennsylvania, South Florida, Georgetown, Fordham, Mitchell, UC Santa Barbara, St. Mary’s, Coast Guard, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Brown, Bowdoin, Stanford, Harvard, Hawaii, Vermont, Cornell.

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