Sailing World's College Rankings: Oct. 7, 2009

Yale tops the coed rankings while Old Dominion maintains the top spot in the women's rankings. Boston College is second in both.

Latest Rankings (Oct. 7, 2009)
Coed [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. Yale [14] 318 11. Salve Regina 159
02. Boston College [2] 303 12. Harvard 127
03. Georgetown 288 13. Navy 122
04. Brown 261 14. Vermont 121
05. Roger Williams 248 15. Hobart/William Smith 90
06. Charleston 241 16. Dartmouth 78
07. St. Mary's 215 17. Stanford 77
08. Washington College 177 18. MIT 58
09. South Florida 173 19. Old Dominion 46
10. Tufts 164 20. Boston Univ. 41
Also receiving votes: Connecticut College (14 points), Miami (13), Coast Guard (8), SUNY Maritime (3)
**Women [#] = first-place votes received ** Total Points
01. Old Dominion [13] 233 09. Harvard 98
02. Boston College [2] 209 10. Rhode Island 93
03. Brown [1] 198 11. Tufts 57
04. Charleston 186 12. Connecticut College 54
05. Yale 182 13. Coast Guard 47
06. St. Mary's 170 14. Stanford 37
07. Georgetown 142 15. Navy 29
08. Dartmouth 130
Also receiving votes: Hobart/William Smith (20 points), MIT (17), Eckerd (12) 16 Coaches submitted votes for this poll: Boston College, Stanford, Hobart and William Smith, Navy, South Florida, MIT, University of Vermont, Brown University, Rhode Island, Boston University, Dartmouth, Charleston, University of Miami, Portland State, Eckerd College, and Salve Regina University. 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, email collegerankings@sailingworld.com.