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Sailing World’s College Rankings, April 7, 2011

As the nationals near, the top of the college rankings are becoming quite crowded. Boston College leads the co-ed rankings, but only by the slimmest of margins over Charleston and Georgetown. Brown is the top women's team.

April 7, 2011
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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 fourth ranking for the Spring 2011 season, based on results through April 3.

Coed Total Points

1. Boston College [7] 384
2. Charleston [10] 380
3. Georgetown [3] 378
4. Harvard [1] 347
5. Roger Williams 330
6. St. Mary’s 320
7. Brown 281
8. Navy 257
(tie) Yale 257
10. Hobart/Wm. Smith 237
11. Stanford 216
12. Tufts 166
13. MIT 112
14. Old Dominion 103
15. Vermont 93
16. Dartmouth 91
17. Coast Guard 86
18. Connecticut College 63
19. Wisconsin 56
20. USMMA/Kings Point 49

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Also receiving votes: South Florida (43 points), SUNY Maritime (40), Miami (Fla.) (32), Boston Univ. (24), Rhode Island (11)

Women’s Total Points

1. Brown [11] 285
2. Boston College [9] 283
3. Yale 269
4. Connecticut College 218
5. Hobart/Wm. Smith 210
6. Georgetown 190
7. St. Mary’s 167
8. Old Dominion 131
9. Tufts 97
10. South Florida 94
11. Dartmouth 93
12. Stanford 91
13. Coast Guard 66
14. Harvard 63
15. Charleston 56

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Also receiving votes: Hawaii (22 points), Vermont (20), Rhode Island (14), Navy (6)

21 Coaches votes in this poll: Brown, USMMA/Kings Point, South Florida, Dartmouth, Hampton, Portland State, Vermont, Coast Guard, Navy, MIT, Roger Williams, Hobart and William Smith, Boston University, Rhode Island, Stanford, Charleston, Providence College, Connecticut College, University of Miami, Cornell, SUNY Maritime

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