Sailing World's College Rankings: Nov. 4, 2009

It's good to be an Eli (or a Bulldog). Yale tops both the coed and women's college sailing rankings.

Latest Rankings (Nov. 4, 2009)
Coed [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. Yale [18] 378 11. Hobart/Wm. Smith 180
02. Roger Williams [1] 341 12. Tufts 175
03. St. Mary's 309 13. Boston Univ. 100
04. Boston College 303 14. South Florida 97
05. Georgetown 298 15. Old Dominion 87
06. Brown 272 16. Washington College 83
07. Charleston 271 17. Dartmouth 65
08. Harvard 242 18. Stanford 53
09. Navy 218 19. Connecticut College 53
10. Vermont 213 20. Salve Regina 50
Also receiving votes: Miami (44 points), Babson (38), MIT (35), SUNY Maritime (16), Coast Guard (13), Rhode Island (9), USMMA/Kings Point (7), Fordham (2)
**Women [#] = first-place votes received ** Total Points
01. Yale [10] 255 09. Connecticut College 140
02. Boston College [6] 235 10. Georgetown 93
03. Harvard [1] 188 11. Tufts 87
04. Brown 187 12. Hobart/Wm. Smith 84
05. St. Mary's 185 13. Rhode Island 69
06. Old Dominion 183 14. Eckerd 43
07. Charleston [1] 165 15. MIT 19
08. Dartmouth 150
Also receiving votes: Stanford (15 points), Vermont (15), Boston Univ. (12), Coast Guard (6)19 Coaches submitted votes for this poll: USMMA/Kings Point, Boston College, South Florida, Harvard, Rhode Island, Old Dominion, Navy, Fordham, Vermont, Hawaii, Brown, Miami, Eckerd, Charleston, Dartmouth, Hobart and William Smith, Salve Regina, Boston University, and Portland State 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 based on regatta results through Nov. 1.