Sailing World College Rankings, October 15th 2015

Yale and Georgetown grapple for the top spots on our national college 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 first national ranking for the Fall 2015 season, based on results through September 30th.

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Coed Total Points
Yale [4] 407
Georgetown [13] 406
Coast Guard [5] 393
Boston College 372
Roger Williams 291
Harvard 285
Charleston 276
St. Mary’s 274
Dartmouth 229
Old Dominion 219
Boston University 217
Navy 198
Brown (tie) 172
Stanford 172
Bowdoin 137
Tufts 114
Fordham 104
MIT 84
Hobart/Wm. Smith (tie) 46
Rhode Island 46

Also receiving votes: Vermont, Eckerd, George Washington, King’s Point, SUNY Maritime, Univ. Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Connecticut College, Southern California, UC Santa Barbara, South Florida, Virginia, Cornell, Christopher Newport, Jacksonville, Penn State, UC San Diego

Women Total Points
Georgetown (tie) [5] 285
Yale [1] 285
Coast Guard [14] 282
St. Mary’s [2] 221
Bowdoin 207
Rhode Island 194
George Washington 170
Dartmouth 161
Stanford 148
South Florida 124
Charleston 116
Boston College 105
Brown 100
Tufts 65
Wisconsin 25

Also receiving votes: Navy, Connecticut College, Eckerd, Northeastern, Vermont, Boston University, Old Dominion, Cornell, Fordham, Harvard, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Christopher Newport, Jacksonville, UC Santa Barbara, Miami

22 coaches participated in the poll: King’s Point, Charleston, SUNY Maritime, Univ. Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, Roger Williams, Hobart/Wm. Smith, South Florida, Vermont, UC San Diego, George Washington, Washington College, Harvard, Coast Guard, Wisconsin, Christopher Newport, St. Mary’s, Bowdoin, Georgetown, Brown, Cornell, Eckerd

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