Sailing World's College Rankings: April 9, 2014

The Stanford Cardinal claim the top of the rankings with a pair of top-five finishes on opposite coasts.

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, http://bit.ly/9jqgev. The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the fourth national ranking for the Spring 2014 season, based on results through April 6.

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Coed Total Points

  1. Stanford [13] 446

  2. Yale [9] 439

  3. St. Mary's 395

  4. Georgetown [1] 390

  5. Roger Williams 360

  6. Charleston 352

  7. Boston College 320

  8. Navy 292

  9. Tufts 285

  10. Dartmouth 268

  11. Brown 226

  12. Old Dominion 184

  13. MIT 176

  14. Harvard 168

  15. Fordham 151

  16. Connecticut 88

  17. South Florida 75

  18. Hobart/Wm. Smith 66

  19. Coast Guard 59

  20. Vermont 32

Also receiving votes: SUNY (23 points), Bowdoin (11), Cornell (7), UC Santa Barbara (6), Pennsylvania (4), Eckerd (3), Hawaii (2), Boston (1), UC San Diego (1)

Women’s Total Points

  1. Yale [22] 320

  2. Dartmouth 313

  3. MIT 253

  4. Navy 246

  5. Charleston 226 (tie) Stanford 226

  6. Boston College 219

  7. Rhode Island 148

  8. Brown 130

  9. Georgetown 123

  10. Coast Guard 117

  11. Old Dominion 106

  12. Eckerd 57

  13. Boston 41

Also receiving votes: Vermont (21 points), St. Mary’s (18), South Florida (11), Cornell (9), Harvard (7), Hobart/Wm. Smith (5), Roger Williams (5), Fordham (1)

24 coaches voted in this poll: Boston College, Bowdoin, Brown, Coast Guard, Columbia, Connecticut, Cornell, Eckerd, Fordham, Georgetown, Harvard, Hobart/Wm. Smith, MIT, Navy, Old Dominion, Roger Williams, St. Mary's, Stanford, SUNY Maritime, University of California Santa Barbara, South Florida, Kings Point, Wisconsin, Yale