Sailing World's College Rankings, October 13, 2011

In the third poll of the Fall 2011 season, the College of Charleston holds the lead in the coed rankings while Yale dominates the women's rankings.

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Sailing World's College Rankings

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 third national ranking for the Fall 2011 season, based on results through October 9.

Coed Total Points
1. Charleston [15] 416
2. Hobart/Wm. Smith [1] 387
3. Yale [4] 384
4. Roger Williams 360
5. Tufts [1] 338
6. Georgetown 314
7. St. Mary's [2] 305
8. Boston College 290
9. Connecticut College 279
10. Wisconsin 229
11. Brown 218
12. Harvard 208
13. Dartmouth 186
(tie) MIT 186
15. Stanford 157
16. Navy 121
17. SUNY Maritime 108
18. Vermont 73
19. Old Dominion 60
20. South Florida 33

Also receiving votes: Bowdoin (26 points), Cornell (24), Boston University (21), USMMA/Kings Point (20), Miami (Fla.) (18), Coast Guard (4), Rhode Island (4)

Women's Total Points
1. Yale [20] 320
2. Georgetown 244
3. Connecticut College [1] 235
(tie) Stanford 235
5. Boston College 205
6. Brown 184
7. Charleston 160
8. St. Mary's 156
9. Rhode Island 145
10. Navy 143
11. Dartmouth 115
12. Hobart/Wm. Smith [1] 107
13. Roger Williams 75
14. Bowdoin 59
15. Tufts 54
Also receiving votes: Harvard (47 points), South Florida (22), MIT (20), Cornell (19), Old Dominion (17), Vermont (12), Miami (Fla.) (11), SUNY Maritime (8), Coast Guard (6)

23 coaches voted in this poll: Dartmouth, Vermont, Coast Guard, Old Dominion, Roger Williams, Hampton, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Miami (Fla.), Brown, MIT, South Florida, Navy, Eckerd, Providence College, Georgetown, USMMA/Kings Point, Washington College, Boston University, Cornell, Charleston, Bowdoin, SUNY Maritime, Columbia