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Sailing World’s College Rankings, Pre-season, Fall 2011

Following a win at Coed Dinghy Nationals this Spring, Boston College starts out the Fall 2011 season at the top of the coed rankings. The URI Rams push up to second in the women's rankings after claiming their first championship title at Women's Nationals.

August 24, 2011
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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, . The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the preseason ranking for the Fall 2011 season.

Coed Total Points
1. Boston College [6] 303
2. Georgetown [1] 294
3. Roger Williams [3] 289
4. Charleston 286
5. Yale [5] 275
6. St. Mary’s 272
7. Hobart/Wm. Smith [3] 267
8. Brown 251
9. Stanford 206
10. Harvard 199
11. Tufts 168
12. Navy 152
13. (tie) Miami (Fla.) 152
14. Dartmouth 90
15. Connecticut College 87
16. Old Dominion 85
17. (tie) South Florida 85
18. Rhode Island 66
19. MIT 50
20. Eckerd 49

Also receiving votes: Vermont (41 points), SUNY Maritime (26), Wisconsin (26), University of Florida (19), Boston University (11), Cornell (8)

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Women’s Total Points
1. Yale [6] 231
2. Rhode Island [7] 220
3. Connecticut College [1] 217
4. Boston College [4] 206
5. Brown 200
6. St. Mary’s 159
7. Georgetown 158
8. Harvard 146
9. Charleston 107
10. Hobart/Wm. Smith 96
11. (tie) Stanford 96
12. Old Dominion 84
13. Dartmouth 47
14. South Florida 44
15. Coast Guard 38

Also receiving votes: Eckerd (35 points), Tufts (26), Navy (21), Vermont (14), MIT (8)

18 coaches voted in this poll: Harvard, Roger Williams, South Florida, Eckerd, Hobart and William Smith, Brown, MIT, Columbia University, Coast Guard, Bowdoin, Dartmouth, Charleston, University of Miami, Georgetown, University of Connecticut, Hampton, Navy, Stanford

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