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Sailing World’s College Rankings – Oct. 1, 2003

October 1, 2003
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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. Washington College (2)
3. Dartmouth (3)
4. Hawaii (4)
5. Hobart/Wm. Smith (5)
6. Stanford (8)
7. USC (9)
8. Brown (6)
9. Navy —
10. St. Mary’s (14)
11. Tufts (7)
12. Kings Point (11)
13. Georgetown (10)
14. Old Dominion (20)
15. MIT —
16. South Florida —
17. Charleston (12)
18. Boston College (16)
19. Rhode Island (15)
20. Yale (13)
Also receiving votes: UC Irvine, Washington, Cal Maritime

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

For intersectional results from the Fall 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 [email protected] The next rankins will be released on Oct. 15.

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