Sailing World's College Rankings, September 12, 2012

Yale tops both the coed and women's rankings in the first national poll of the season. Georgetown and Charleston round out the top three coed teams, while Dartmouth and Brown take second and third spots in 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, . The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the first ranking for the Fall 2012 season. Click here to download a PDF of the rankings to print and share.

Coed Total Points
1. Yale [9] 309
2. Georgetown [3] 298
3. Charleston [3] 280
4. Roger Williams 244
5. Brown 241
(tie) Dartmouth [1] 241
7. Stanford 236
8. Hobart/Wm. Smith 193
9. St. Mary's 191
10. Tufts 188
11. Boston College 170
12. Harvard 129
13. Navy 115
14. Old Dominion 91
15. MIT 79
16. Vermont 77
17. South Florida 68
18. Connecticut College 57
19. SUNY Maritime 47
20. Wisconsin 25

Also receiving votes: Fordham (20 points), Boston University (19), Washington College (12), Rhode Island (8), Bowdoin (6)

Women's Total Points
1. Yale [15] 239
2. Dartmouth 218
3. Brown 160
4. Boston College [1] 157
5. Georgetown 153
6. Navy 149
7. St. Mary's 123
8. Connecticut College 112
9. Stanford 111
10. Charleston 82
11. Rhode Island 80
12. Tufts 66
13. Vermont 53
14. Harvard 41
15. South Florida 40

Also receiving votes: Hobart/Wm. Smith (28 points), MIT (28), Bowdoin (19), Cornell (16), Old Dominion (15), Roger Williams (13), Eckerd (9), Coast Guard (4)

16 coaches voted in this poll: Bowdoin, Brown, Charleston, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, George Washington, Harvard, Hobart/Wm. Smith, MIT, Navy, Old Dominion, Rhode Island, Roger Williams, South Florida, SUNY Maritime