Sailing World's College Rankings, Sept. 16, 2010

Boston College is still at the top of both rankings, but Brown is making some noise, taking some first-place votes in both polls. Wisconsin makes a return to the top 20, slotting in at 15th in the coed rankings.

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Michael Lovett

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 second ranking for the Fall 2010 season, based on results through Sept 12.

Latest Rankings (Sept. 16, 2010)
Coed [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. Boston College [17] 434 11. Navy 208
02. Brown [5] 408 12. Dartmouth 156
03. Georgetown 372 13. Vermont 139
04. Roger Williams 367 14. USMMA/Kings Point 131
05. St. Mary's 361 15. Wisconsin 122
06. Yale 329 16. Stanford 105
07. Charleston 298 17. Old Dominion 102
08. Harvard 297 18. Miami (Fla.) 63
09. Tufts 236 19. Washington College 55
10. Hobart/Wm. Smith 219 20. Coast Guard 49
Also receiving votes: South Florida (43 points), Salve Regina (36), Rhode Island (24), Boston Univ. (20), SUNY Maritime (14), MIT (13), Connecticut College (5)
**Women [#] = first-place votes received ** Total Points
01. Boston College [17] 311 09. Tufts 158
02. Brown [4] 295 10. Connecticut College 117
03. Old Dominion 247 11. Hobart/Wm. Smith 110
04. St. Mary's 230 12. Eckerd 103
05. Charleston 209 13. Coast Guard 79
06. Yale 202 14. Stanford 74
07. Georgetown 174 15. Dartmouth 35
08. Harvard 161
Also receiving votes: Boston Univ. (6 points), South Florida (2) 22 Coaches submitted votes for this poll: Vermont, Harvard, Eckerd College, South Florida, Coast Guard, Yale, SUNY Maritime, Charleston, Bowdoin College, Boston University, Salve Regina University, Hobart and William Smith, Roger Williams University, Old Dominion University, Rhode Island, Dartmouth, Portland State, UNH, University of Miami, Stanford, Brown University, Providence