Sailing World College Rankings, April 8th 2015

Yale and Charleston continue to lead both the CoEd and Women's rankings.

Sailing World’s College Rankings, presented by Gill and Sailors for the Sea, 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, visit The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the second national ranking for the Spring 2015 season, based on results through April 8th.

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COED Total Points
Yale [17] 359
Charleston [2] 333
Boston College 313
Stanford 302
Georgetown 286
St. Mary’s 253
Harvard 221
Tufts 212
Dartmouth 207
Navy 189
Brown 186
Roger Williams 173
Vermont 161
Fordham 126
Old Dominion 98
Hobart/Wm.Smith 52
South Florida 45
Coast Guard 43
MIT 37
Conn. College 29

Also receiving votes: Bowdoin, Wisconsin, King’s Point, SUNY Maritime, Eckerd, George Washington, Rhode Island, Boston University, UC Santa Barbara, Cornell, California Maritime, USC, U. Penn.

Women’s Total Points
Yale [13] 258
Charleston [3] 234
Bowdoin 199
Brown [3] 197
Georgetown 171
Navy 155
Coast Guard (tie) 134
Rhode Island 134
St. Mary’s 119
Stanford 111
Dartmouth 93
Boston College 88
MIT 70
Vermont 60
George Washington 33

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

19 coaches participated in the poll: SUNY Maritime, George Washington, Georgetown, Fordham, Eckerd, Stanford, UC Santa Barbara, Harvard, U. Penn, Dartmouth, Navy, Yale, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Coast Guard, Brown, Santa Clara, Cornell, Wisconsin, Vermont

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