Sailing World's College Rankings: April 22, 2009

Boston College comes within three votes of being a unanimous No. 1 selection in the coed rankings while Yale leapfrogs over Charleston to take control of the top spot in the women's rankings.

Latest Rankings (April 22, 2009)
Coed [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. Boston College [21] 458 11. Hobart/Wm. Smith 216
02. Georgetown [3] 455 12. Tufts 188
03. Roger Williams 403 13. Boston Univ. 176
04. Charleston 377 (tie) Stanford 176
05. Yale 375 15. Vermont 161
06. St. Mary's 358 16. Brown 126
07. Navy 304 17. Washington College 108
08. Harvard 281 18. South Florida 94
09. SUNY Maritime 258 19. Eckerd 75
10. Connecticut College 244 20. Old Dominion 66
Also receiving votes: MIT (38 points), USMMA/Kings Point (27), UC Santa Barbara (23), Hawaii (16)
**Women [#] = first-place votes received ** Total Points
01. Yale [14] 348 09. Connecticut College 167
02. Charleston [8] 333 10. Dartmouth 151
03. Boston College [2] 311 11. Stanford 114
04. Harvard 253 12. Hobart/Wm. Smith 101
05. Georgetown 247 13. MIT 59
06. Brown 243 14. Boston Univ. 35
07. Old Dominion 188 (tie) Tufts 35
08. St. Mary's 187
Also receiving votes: Rhode Island (33 points), Roger Williams (20 points), Eckerd (15), Coast Guard (11), Navy (11), Hawaii (2) 24 Coaches submitted votes for this poll, Roger Williams University, Univ. of Victoria, Coast Guard, Harvard, UC Irvine, Yale, Rhode Island, Kings Point, Hobart and William Smith, University of Vermont, Eckerd College, SUNY Maritime, Connecticut College, Washington State, Bowdoin College, College of Charleston, Old Dominion University, Fordham University, Brown University, Dartmouth, Navy, Boston University, Salve Regina University, Stanford Sailing World's college rankings 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, www.sailingworld.com/0904rankings.