Sailing World's College Rankings, March 8, 2012

In the second poll of the spring season, Roger Williams continues to lead the coed rankings, but Yale and Charleston aren't far behind.

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Sailing World's College Rankings

Sailing World's college rankings, presented by Sperry Top-Sider, 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, . The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the second national ranking for the Spring 2012 season, based on results through March 4. To print and share these rankings, download the PDF attached at the bottom of the page.

Coed Total Points
1. Roger Williams [8] 268
2. Yale [2] 251
3. Charleston [1] 249
4. Georgetown [3] 232
5. Stanford 200
6. Brown 199
7. Boston College 182
8. Dartmouth 173
9. Hobart/Wm. Smith 165
(tie) St. Mary's 165
11. Tufts 163
12. Harvard 101
13. Navy 97
14. MIT 94
15. Miami (Fla.) 88
16. Old Dominion 78
17. Wisconsin 56
18. Connecticut College 46
19. SUNY Maritime 44
20. South Florida 20
Also receiving votes: Boston University (18), Coast Guard (13), Eckerd (7), USC (4), Vermont (2)

Women's Total Points
1. Yale [10] 206
2. Charleston [3] 181
3. Georgetown 166
(tie) Rhode Island 166
5. Dartmouth 151
6. Stanford [1] 123
7. Connecticut College 120
8. Brown 119
9. Navy 87
10. Boston College 70
11. Tufts 67
12. Hobart/Wm. Smith 50
13. Vermont 36
14. South Florida 32
15. Bowdoin 28
(tie) Old Dominion 28
Also receiving votes: Hawaii (16), USC (10), St. Mary's (6), Harvard (4), Eckerd (2)

14 coaches voted in this poll: Bowdoin, Brown, Charleston, Cornell, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Miami (Fla.), MIT, Rhode Island, Salve Regina, South Florida, Stanford, SUNY Maritime