Sailing World's College Rankings, May 13, 2010

It's unanimous. With just the national championships remaining, Boston College is the best coed team in the country. They're also the top-ranked women's team.

Latest Rankings (May 13, 2010)
Coed [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. Boston College [18] 360 11. Navy 181
02. Yale 329 12. Hobart/Wm. Smith 179
03. St. Mary's 315 13. Old Dominion 134
04. Georgetown 309 14. South Florida 120
05. Charleston 281 15. Salve Regina 118
06. Roger Williams 269 16. SUNY Maritime 91
07. Tufts 247 17. Stanford 59
08. Brown 222 18. USMMA/Kings Point 51
09. Harvard 211 19. Miami (Fla.) 32
10. Vermont 190 20. Boston Univ. 29
Also receiving votes: Eckerd (19), Washington College (13), Southern Cal (7), Dartmouth (4)
**Women [#] = first-place votes received ** Total Points
01. Boston College [9] 255 09. Connecticut College 124
02. Brown [4] 242 10. Dartmouth 114
03. Charleston [5] 225 11. Tufts 87
04. St. Mary's 220 12. Hobart/Wm. Smith 82
05. Harvard 191 12. Eckerd 80
06. Georgetown 160 14. Stanford 32
07. Yale 158 15. Navy 18
08. Old Dominion 140
Also receiving votes: Rhode Island (13 points), Coast Guard (8), South Florida (2) 18 Coaches submitted votes for this poll: Brown University, Boston College, Harvard, US Merchant Marine Academy/Kings Point, U.S. Naval Academy, Charleston, Hobart and William Smith, Old Dominion University, Yale, Eckerd, Rhode Island, Bowdoin, Dartmouth, Stanford, Boston University, Providence, SUNY Maritime, University of Miami,Sailing World's college rankings 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, click here. The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. These rankings are the sixth (and final) national rankings for the Spring 2010 season.