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Sailing World’s College Rankings – March 12, 2003

March 12, 2003
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©jesse Andrews

Rankings determined by Sailing World‘s coaches panel: Michael Callahan (Georgetown), Ken Legler (Tufts), and Mike Segerblom (USC).

COED (prev. rank)
1. Harvard (1)
2. St. Mary’s (2)
3. Stanford (3)
4. Tufts (5)
5. Hawaii (6)
6. USC (4)
7. Georgetown (14)
8. Hobart/Wm. Smith (8)
9. Boston College (7)
10. Dartmouth (9)
11. Brown (10)
12. Charleston (11)
13. Old Dominion (16)
14. UC Santa Barbara (15)
15. Washington College (18)
16. Yale (13)
17. Kings Point (12)
18. MIT (20)
19. UC Irvine (17)
20. Eckerd —
Also receiving votes: Rhode Island, Coast Guard, Columbia

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| A Division winners Renee DeCurtis and Kathryn Jackson of the University of Hawaii head upwind during the Women’s Intersectional at South Florida in early March.* * *|

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| WOMEN (prev. rank)
1. Old Dominion (1)
2. St. Mary’s (10)
3. Brown (4)
4. Charleston (8)
5. Yale (3)
6. Georgetown (2)
7. Connecticut College (9)
8. Harvard (5)
9. Dartmouth (6)
10. UC Santa Barbara (12)
11. South Florida (7)
12. Hawaii —
13. Navy —
14. Tufts (11)
15. USC (13)
Also receiving votes: Boston College, Hobart/Wm. Smith, UC Irvine

For intersectional results from the Spring 2003 season click on http://www.collegesailing.org/00intersx/results.htm

To contribute a recent college sailing photo to be considered for this column please email the photo (no more than 300K) and all relevant information (photographer, subject, location, and date) to [email protected] The next set of rankings will be released on March 26.

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