Sailing World's College Rankings: October 22, 2009

Yale tops both the coed and women's rankings.

Latest Rankings (Oct. 22, 2009)
Coed [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. Yale [12] 385 11. Vermont 171
02. Roger Williams [5] 368 12. Salve Regina 148
03. Georgetown [1] 349 13. Tufts 135
04. Boston College [1] 323 14. South Florida 132
05. Brown 322 15. Stanford 128
06. Charleston 291 16. Boston Univ. 116
07. St. Mary's 269 (tie) Dartmouth 116
08. Navy 246 18. Washington College 112
09. Harvard 221 19. Old Dominion 33
10. Hobart/ Wm. Smith 199 20. MIT 30
Also receiving votes: USMMA/Kings Point (29 points), Miami (25), SUNY Maritime (14), Wisconsin (9), Rhode Island (7), Connecticut College (2)
**Women [#] = first-place votes received ** Total Points
01. Yale [18] 295 09. Georgetown 148
02. Boston College [2] 269 10. Eckerd 93
03. Brown 250 11. Hobart/ Wm. Smith 81
04. Old Dominion 246 12. Connecticut College 75
05. St. Mary's 224 13. Tufts 51
06. Charleston 203 14. Rhode Island 37
07. Harvard 168 15. Stanford 30
08. Dartmouth 160
Also receiving votes: Vermont (24 points), South Florida (17), Coast Guard (12), Navy (12) 20 Coaches submitted votes for this poll: Old Dominion University, Hobart and William Smith, Stanford, Navy, South Florida, Boston College, Brown University, University of Vermont, NY Maritime, Charleston, USMMA/Kings Point, Eckerd College, Boston University, Yale, Roger Williams University, Portland State, Salve Regina University, Dartmouth, Bowdoin College, Queen's 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, www.sailingworld.com/ranks. The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. These rankings are based on regatta results through Oct. 18