Sailing World's College Rankings: Fall 2009 Preseason

St. Mary's and Charleston take the top spots as the Fall 2009 season gets ready to kick into gear.

Latest Rankings (August 31, 2009)
Coed [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. St. Mary's [7] 216 11. Tufts 112
02. Georgetown [2] 201 12. Stanford 91
03. Yale [1] 181 13. Brown 89
04. Boston College 173 14. Hobart/William Smith 82
05. Charleston 158 15. Boston Univ. 81
06. Roger Williams 148 16. Connecticut College 38
07. Harvard 128 17. Washington College 37
(tie) Navy 128 18. SUNY Maritime 30
09. Old Dominion 122 (tie) Vermont 30
10. South Florida 114 20. Eckerd 20
Also receiving votes: MIT (18 points), Hawaii (14), Pennsylvania (14), USMMA/Kings Point (13), Miami (13), Dartmouth (13), UC Santa Barbara (7), Rhode Island (6), Coast Guard (5), Salve Regina (3)
**Women [#] = first-place votes received ** Total Points
01. Charleston [4] 155 09. Dartmouth 65
02. Boston College [3] 144 10. Connecticut College 63
03. Yale [2] 138 11. Stanford 52
04. Old Dominion [2] 125 12. Hobart/William Smith 39
05. St. Mary's 123 13. Boston Univ. 38
06. Brown 111 14. Rhode Island 27
07. Georgetown 103 15. Coast Guard 14
08. Harvard 74
Also receiving votes: Eckerd (12 points), Tufts (11), Navy (9), MIT (4), Hawaii (4), Roger Williams (3) 11 Coaches submitted votes for this poll: Coast Guard, Boston University, Hobart and William Smith, California Maritime Academy, Charleston, Brown University, South Florida, Rhode Island, University of Hawaii Manoa, U.S. Naval Academy, Dartmouth, Bowdoin College 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, email collegerankings@sailingworld.com.