Sailing World College Rankings, November 20th, 2014

Yale and Georgetown's coed teams tie for first; Navy's women take over the lead.

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 fifth national ranking for the Fall 2014 season, based on results through November 19th.

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COED Total Points
Yale [7] (tie) (370)
Georgetown[6] (370)
Boston College [3] (367)
Navy [4] (347)
Charleston (286)
Fordham (285)
Vermont (271)
Tufts (250)
Old Dominion (219)
Roger Williams (215)
Harvard (189)
Stanford (177)
Dartmouth (tie) (154)
St. Mary’s (154)
Brown (117)
URI (91)
SUNY Maritime (75)
Coast Guard (68)
USF (49)
Hobart/Wm. Smith (39)

also receiving votes: Hawaii, MIT, King’s Point, UCSB, Eckerd, Bowdoin, Boston University, George Washington, UCLB, Conn. College, U Penn

Women Total Points
Navy [11] (283)
Boston College [4] (tie) (251)
Yale [3] (251)
Dartmouth [1] (244)
Georgetown (233)
Brown (171)
Bowdoin (170)
Stanford (144)
St. Mary’s (133)
Coast Guard [1] (120)
C of C (94)
URI (84)
Eckerd (61)
Tufts (49)
Vermont (25)

also receiving votes: Cornell, Harvard, USF, MIT, UCSB, George Washington, Fordham, Conn. College, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Hawaii, Washington College

20 coaches participated in the poll:SUNY Maritime, UCSB, Fordham, Old Dominion, Boston College, Hawaii, Stanford, MIT, Bowdoin, Georgetown, Brown, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Eckerd, Coast Guard, Navy, Vermont, Cornell, U. Penn., Arizona State, Dartmouth

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