Sailing World's College Rankings: March 25, 2009

Georgetown makes a run for the top, taking the No. 1 ranking among Coed teams and No. 4 among the women's squads, where Charleston is still at the top of the list.

Latest Rankings (March 25, 2008)
Coed [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. Georgetown [19] 415 11. Stanford 200
02. Boston College [1] 391 12. Hobart/Wm. Smith 174
03. Yale 378 13. South Florida 162
04. St. Mary's [1] 357 14. MIT 141
05. Charleston 317 15. Eckerd 130
06. Harvard 303 16. SUNY Maritime 87
07. Navy 298 17. Connecticut College 84
08. Roger Williams 271 18. Salve Regina 69
09. Tufts 232 19. Boston Univ. 67
10. Brown 231 20. Old Dominion 40
Also receiving votes: Washington College (37 points), UC Irvine (13), Vermont (7), USMMA/Kings Point (6)
**Women [#] = first-place votes received ** Total Points
01. Charleston [19] 311 09. Connecticut College 120
02. Yale 298 10. Stanford 108
03. Harvard 246 11. Hobart/Wm. Smith 85
04. Georgetown [1] 243 12. Dartmouth 81
05. Boston College [1] 242 13. Tufts 65
06. St. Mary's 202 14. Boston Univ. 61
07. Old Dominion 186 15. Navy 26
08. Brown 171
Also receiving votes: Hawaii (17 points), Eckerd (16), MIT (15), Roger Williams (14), Hawaii-Hilo (3), Coast Guard (2), South Florida (2) 21 coaches submitted votes for this poll: Eckerd College, Coast Guard, Columbia, South Florida, Washington State, Charleston, URI, Kings Point, Bowdoin, New Hampshire, Fordham, Brown, Vermont, Navy, Dartmouth, Salve Regina, Georgetown, Hobart and William Smith, Denison, Old Dominion, Stanford