Sailing World's College Rankings, May 4, 2011

With just the spring national championships remaining, Georgetown has assumed control of the coed rankings while Boston College remains women's team to beat. Meanwhile the Connecticut College women's team closes out a successful spring season with a return to the top three.

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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, sailingworld.com/ranks. The number of first-place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the sixth and final national ranking for the Spring 2011 season, based on results through May 1.

Coed Total Points
1. Georgetown [11] 295
2. Boston College [4] 280
3. Harvard 261
4. Roger Williams 244
5. Charleston 232
6. Yale 221
7. Navy 218
8. St. Mary's 189
9. Brown 176
10. Stanford 163
11. South Florida 144
12. Tufts 134
13. Hobart/Wm. Smith 130
14. Miami (Fla.) 117
15. Connecticut College 99
16. Old Dominion 69
17. Eckerd 60
18. Rhode Island 54
19. Wisconsin 19
20. Boston Univ. 8

Also receiving votes: Cornell (6 points), MIT (6), Coast Guard (6), Florida (6), Vermont (5), SUNY Maritime (4), Dartmouth (3)

**Women's Total Points
**1. Boston College [13] 195
2. St. Mary's [1] 171
3. Connecticut College 168
4. Brown 167
5. Hobart/Wm. Smith 151
6. Yale 142
7. Old Dominion 121
8. Georgetown 106
9. Stanford 93
10. Harvard 76
11. Charleston 70
12. Rhode Island 51
13. Coast Guard 41
14. Tufts 25
15. Navy 23
Also receiving votes: South Florida (20 points), Wisconsin (9), Eckerd (8), Hawaii (8)

15 coaches votes in this poll: Vermont, Coast Guard, Brown, South Florida, Hampton, Charleston, Boston University, Eckerd, Stanford, Hobart and William Smith, Navy, Portland State, Rhode Island, Cornell, Providence College