Sailing World's College Rankings, Oct. 27, 2010

A tie at the top. For the first time in recent memory we have three No. 1 teams in college sailing, with Yale and Brown knotted at the top of the women's rankings and Boston College reclaiming the No. 1 spot on the coed list.

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. This is the fifth ranking for the Fall 2010 season, based on results through Oct. 24.

Latest Rankings (Oct. 27, 2010)
Coed [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. Boston College [8] 368 11. Navy 186
02. St. Mary's [11] 353 12. Stanford 184
03. Roger Williams 310 13. Tufts 180
04. Harvard 308 14. Vermont 149
05. Georgetown 297 15. MIT 100
06. Brown 296 16. Coast Guard 65
07. Charleston 279 17. Boston Univ. 64
08. Yale 271 18. South Florida 39
09. Hobart/Wm. Smith 192 19. Miami (Fla.) 27
10. Dartmouth 189 20. Salve Regina 26
Also receiving votes: Old Dominion (25 points), Wisconsin (23), SUNY Maritime (22), USMMA/Kings Point (22), Rhode Island (4)
**Women [#] = first-place votes received ** Total Points
01. Yale [9] 241 09. Rhode Island 110
(tie) Brown [6] 241 10. Harvard 94
03. Boston College [2] 223 11. Coast Guard 88
04. St. Mary's 197 12. Charleston 71
05. Connecticut College 150 13. Stanford 70
06. Old Dominion 132 14. Vermont 64
07. Hobart/Wm. Smith 121 15. Dartmouth 51
08. Georgetown 117
Also receiving votes: Eckerd (30 points), Tufts (21), Navy (11), 19 Coaches submitted votes for this poll: Charleston, Roger Williams, Rhode Island, Florida, U.S. Naval Academy, Salve Regina, Brown, Stanford, SUNY Maritime, Hobart and William Smith, Coast Guard, Bowdoin, Miami (Fla.), Boston University, MIT, Cornell, Dartmouth, Providence, Vermont