Sailing World College Rankings, September 25th, 2014

Yale stands out ahead of the pack in the first round of rankings, with Coast Guard dominating on the Women's side

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 2014 season, based on results through September 21st.

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COED Total Points
Yale [22] (459)
Georgetown [1] (430)
Charleston (404)
Dartmouth (384)
Boston College (tie) (299)
Roger Williams (299)
Brown (294)
Harvard (280)
Old Dominion (275)
Tufts (272)
Navy (191)
St. Mary’s (178)
Stanford (175)
Bowdoin (165)
MIT (tie) (140)
Coast Guard (140)
Vermont (124)
Fordham (79)
Conn. College (70)
George Washington (56)

also receiving votes: South Florida, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Rhode Island, U. Penn, SUNY Maritime, Eckerd, Kings Point, Boston, Cornell, UC Santa Barbara, Hawaii

Women Total Points
Coast Guard [16] (329)
Bowdoin (275)
Dartmouth [4] (tie) (254)
Yale [3] (254)
Stanford (253)
MIT (240)
Charleston (202)
Vermont (162)
Navy (124)
Boston College (88)
Brown (83)
Harvard (82)
Tufts (81)
Georgetown (69)
Conn. College (60)

also receiving votes: Rhode Island, Old Dominion, Cornell, Roger Williams, Eckerd, Hobart/ Wm. Smith, St. Mary’s, South Florida, Fordham, Boston Univ., Northeastern

23 coaches participated in the poll: MIT, SUNY Maritime, Roger Williams, Stanford, Harvard, College of Charleston, Dartmouth, Boston Univ., Navy, Kings Point, Conn. College, Old Dominion, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Bowdoin, Brown, UC Santa Barbara, George Washington, Georgetown, Eckerd, Coast Guard, Cornell, Boston College, Fordham