Sailing World's College Rankings: Sept. 24, 2009

Yale leaps to the top of the coed rankings while Old Dominion continues to be the team to beat among the women's squads.

Latest Rankings (Sept. 24, 2009)
Coed [#] = first-place votes received Total Points
01. Yale [11] 309 11. Hobart/William Smith 153
02. Georgetown [4] 297 12. Harvard 142
03. Roger Williams 260 13. Stanford 123
04. Brown 248 14. Tufts 100
05. Boston College 246 15. Old Dominion 92
06. St. Mary's [1] 245 16. Washington College 84
07. Charleston 243 17. MIT 69
08. South Florida 182 18. Boston Univ. 59
09. Navy 173 (tie) Connecticut College 59
10. Vermont 157 20. Salve Regina 34
Also receiving votes: U.S. Merchant Marine/Kings Point (18 points), SUNY Maritime (17), Coast Guard (12), Rhode Island (10), Dartmouth (8), Eckerd (3)
**Women [#] = first-place votes received ** Total Points
01. Old Dominion [7] 218 09. Rhode Island 120
02. Brown [1] 187 10. Harvard 113
03. Boston College [1] 184 11. Connecticut College 84
04. Charleston [6] 179 12. Coast Guard 75
05. St. Mary's [1] 153 13. Tufts 40
06. Yale 140 14. Stanford 34
07. Georgetown 134 15. MIT 31
08. Dartmouth 132
Also receiving votes: South Florida (29 points), Hobart/William Smith (24), Eckerd (12), Boston Univ. (11) 16 Coaches submitted votes for this poll: Stanford, Navy, South Florida, MIT, Rhode Island, Old Dominion University, Fordham University. Hobart and William Smith, Brown University, Roger Williams University, Portland State, Salve Regina University, University of Vermont, University of Miami, Washington College, SUNY Maritime 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.