Sailing World's College Rankings, March 10, 2011

Boston College remains the top team in the country, leading the coed rankings and coming second in the women's poll. But Georgetown is close behind, second in the coed and third in the women's. St. Mary's also has both teams ranked in the top 5 as the spring season gathers steam.

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, click here. The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the second national ranking for the Spring 2011 season, based on results through March 6

Latest Rankings (March 6, 2011)
Coed [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. Boston College [11] 410 11. Stanford 172
02. Georgetown [2] 407 12. Vermont 140
03. Charleston [3] 394 13. Coast Guard 115
04. St. Mary's 367 14. MIT 106
05. Roger Williams 312 15. Tufts 104
06. Brown 311 16. Dartmouth 94
07. Harvard 301 17. Miami (Fla.) 85
08. Navy 269 18. Old Dominion 70
(tie) Yale 269 19. SUNY Maritime 64
10. Hobart/Wm. Smith 237 20. Boston Univ. 62
Also receiving votes: South Florida (58 points), Connecticut College (36), Salve Regina (36), USMMA/Kings Point (31), UC Santa Barbara (30), Wisconsin (29), Florida (28), Eckerd (15), Fordham (10), Hawaii (6)
Women [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. St. Mary's [11] 259 09. Old Dominion 130
02. Boston College [5] 250 10. Charleston 121
03. Georgetown [3] 235 11. Coast Guard 103
04. Yale 219 12. Dartmouth 80
05. Hobart/Wm. Smith 194 13. Harvard 64
06. Brown 162 14. Stanford 56
07. Tufts 152 15. South Florida 24
08. Connecticut College 139 (tie) Hawaii 24
Also receiving votes: Navy (19 points), Eckerd (16), Wisconsin (10), Vermont (7)22 Coaches submitted votes for this poll: Bowdoin, Rhode Island, Vermont, Columbia, Hampton, Stanford, Harvard, Salve Regina, Hobart and William Smith, USMMA/Kings Point, Brown, Navy, Boston University, Portland State, University of Miami, Charleston, South Florida, SUNY Maritime, Providence, Florida, Fordham, Cornell