Sailing World's College Rankings: March 11, 2009

Georgetown surges to the top of the coed rankings in Sailing World's coaches poll, while Charleston keeps the top spot in the women's rankings.

Latest Rankings (March 11, 2008)
Coed [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. Georgetown [9] 344 11. South Florida 169
02. St. Mary's [6] 341 12. SUNY Maritime 163
03. Boston College [3] 318 13. MIT 129
04. Yale 291 14. Boston Univ. 116
05. Roger Williams 282 15. Stanford 113
06. Charleston 279 16. Connecticut College 71
07. Navy 253 17. Eckerd 66
08. Harvard 232 18. Old Dominion 56
09. Brown 191 19. UC Irvine 47
10. Tufts 179 20. Hobart/William Smith 46
Also receiving votes: Vermont (41 points); Salve Regina (24), USMMA/Kings Point (13), Washington College (3)
**Women [#] = first-place votes received ** Total Points
01. Charleston [17] 269 09. Old Dominion 130
02. Georgetown 259 10. Dartmouth 128
03. Yale 226 11. Stanford 79
04. St. Mary's 219 12. Navy 75
05. Boston College [1] 180 13. Eckerd 47
06. Harvard 175 14. Boston Univ. 25
07. Brown 148 15. Hawaii 19
08. Connecticut College 132
Also receiving votes: Hobart/William Smith (17 points), South Florida (16), Coast Guard (12), Wisconsin (2) A total of 18 coaches, from the following schools, submitted votes for this poll: Boston College, Yale, Columbia, Ohio State, Eckerd, Harvard, College of Charleston, Rhode Island, MIT, Fordham, Bowdoin College, Hobart and William Smith, University of Miami, Dartmouth, Tufts, Brown, Washington State University, and SUNY Maritime.