Sailing World’s College Rankings - March 26, 2003

©bridget Creney

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. Tufts (4)
4. Hawaii (5)
5. Hobart/Wm. Smith (8)
6. Georgetown (7)
7. Charleston (12)
8. USC (6)
9. Stanford (3)
10. Washington College (15)
11. Brown (11)
12. Dartmouth (10)
13. Boston College (9)
14. Old Dominion (13)
15. UC Santa Barbara (14)
16. Yale (16)
17. Kings Point (17)
18. Navy --
19. MIT (18)
20. UC Irvine (19)
Also receiving votes: Eckerd

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| ©Jesse Andrews|

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| The starboard layline picket fence sets up during a windward mark rounding at the St. Mary's Women's Intersectional held March 15 to 16. Hawaii won with host St. Mary's in second and Tufts third.* * *|

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

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 stuart.streuli@sailingworld.com. The next rankings will be released on April 9.