Sailing World's College Rankings, April 21, 2011

With just over a month remaining until the spring championships, Roger Williams has taken over the top spot in the coed rankings, with Georgetown and Charleston in hot pursuit. Boston College is the top women's, taking 15 of 19 first-place votes.

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Sailing World's college rankings, presented by Sperry Top-Sider, 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, sailingworld.com/ranks. The number of first-place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the fifth ranking for the Spring 2011 season, based on results through April 17.

Coed **Total Points
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1. Roger Williams [6] 374
2. Georgetown [6] 371
3. Charleston [6] 356
4. Boston College [1] 353
5. Brown [1] 319
6. St. Mary's 304
7. Harvard 289
8. Navy 239
9. Hobart/Wm. Smith 231
10. Stanford 216
11. Yale 201
12. Tufts 184
13. Rhode Island 121
14. Old Dominion 117
15. Connecticut College 108
16. Wisconsin 74
17. Miami (Fla.) 69
18. SUNY Maritime 56
19. Boston Univ. 45
20. MIT 32

Also receiving votes: Vermont (25 points), Dartmouth (24), Cornell (19), UC Santa Barbara (15), South Florida (13), Eckerd (9), Coast Guard (9), Miami (Ohio) (7), Washington College (6), Southern Cal (3)

Women's Total Points
1. Boston College [15] 281
2. Brown [3] 265
3. Yale 233
4. Connecticut College 196
5. St. Mary's [1] 190
6. Hobart/Wm. Smith 183
7. Georgetown 178
8. Stanford 141
(tie) Tufts 141
10. Old Dominion 136
11. Charleston 87
12. Coast Guard 81
13. South Florida 50
14. Dartmouth 41
15. Harvard 37
**Also receiving votes: **Vermont (16), Rhode Island (9), Hawaii (8), Eckerd (3), Bowdoin (2)

20 Coaches votes in this poll: Connecticut College, Columbia, Brown, USMMA/Kings Point, Dartmouth, Miami (Fla.), Bowdoin, Hobart and William Smith, Old Dominion, Coast Guard, South Florida, Navy, Stanford, Vermont, College of Charleston, Portland State, SUNY Maritime, Boston University, Providence, Cornell