Sailing World College Rankings, April 27 2016

Boston College makes a jump to first place on the women's side, but the competition is tough. Georgetown and Yale continue to lead on the Coed side, with less than a month before Nationals.
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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 third national ranking for the 2016 season, based on results through April 27th.

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Team Total Points
Georgetown [20] 438
Yale [2] 409
Boston College 376
Charleston 374
St. Mary’s 361
Stanford 308
Dartmouth 271
Brown 269
Navy 268
Harvard 243
Coast Guard 222
Old Dominion 184
Roger Williams 162
MIT 130
George Washington 127
Bowdoin 82
Hobart/Wm. Smith 80
Boston University 77
Tufts 72
Fordham 47

Also receiving votes: Rhode Island, SUNY Maritime, South Florida, Eckerd, UC Santa Barbara, Vermont, Cornell, Univ. Pennsylvania, Kings Point, Southern California, Christopher Newport, UVA, Wisconsin.



Team Total Points
Boston College [2] 292
Rhode Island [5] 286
Coast Guard [14] 269
Yale [1] 234
Georgetown 216
Stanford 185
George Washington 170
St. Mary’s 161
Charleston 148
Boston University 141
Brown 121
Bowdoin 111
Dartmouth 73
Vermont 68
Hobart/Wm. Smith 41

Also receiving votes: Navy, Fordham, Harvard, Old Dominion, Wisconsin, South Florida, Eckerd, MIT, Tufts, UC Santa Barbara, Christopher Newport, Conn. College, Cornell

22 coaches participated in this poll: Fordham, South Florida, Eckerd, Georgetown, Johnson & Wales, Brown, UC Santa Barbara, Harvard, Univ. Pennsylvania, Hobart/Wm. Smith, SUNY Maritime, Dartmouth, Coast Guard, Navy, Kings Point, George Washington, St. Mary’s, Vermont, UC San Diego, Bowdoin, Christopher Newport, Cornell

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