Sailing World's College Rankings, September 15, 2011

After a 3rd place finish at the Harry Anderson this past weekend, Yale edges out Boston College to claim the top spot in both the coed and women's rankings. Wisconsin moves up to 6th in the coed rankings after winning both the Harry Anderson and the Fall Fury.

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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, sailingworld.com/ranks. The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the first national ranking for the Fall 2011 season, based on results through September 11.

Coed Total Points
1. Yale [8] 359
2. Boston College [3] 338
3. Harvard [1] 326
4. Georgetown [3] 309
5. Roger Williams 292
6. Wisconsin [3] 274
7. Charleston 249
8. Hobart/Wm. Smith [2] 240
9. St. Mary's 213
10. Tufts 211
11. Stanford 184
12. Brown 183
13. MIT 168
14. SUNY Maritime 152
15. Dartmouth 144
16. Navy 94
17. USMMA/Kings Point 74
18. Vermont 68
19. Miami (Fla.) 62
20. Rhode Island 60

Also receiving votes: Connecticut College (56 points), South Florida (52), Old Dominion (17), Cornell (13), Coast Guard (11), Boston University (10), Washington College (6), Eckerd (5)

Women's Total Points
1. Yale [7] 257
2. Boston College [4] 256
3. Brown [7] 210
4. Rhode Island [1] 188
5. Connecticut College 171
6. Georgetown 160
7. St. Mary's 133
8. Harvard 127
9. Charleston 109
10. (tie) Hobart/Wm. Smith 109
11. Dartmouth 106
12. Stanford 105
13. Roger Williams 77
14. Navy 56
15. Tufts 54
Also receiving votes: Vermont (37 points), Boston University (28), South Florida (24), Bowdoin (23), Old Dominion (17), Coast Guard (15), MIT (8), Eckerd (3)

20 coaches votes in this poll: Cornell, Bowdoin, SUNY Maritime, Stanford, Columbia, Dartmouth, University of Miami, MIT, Eckerd, Georgetown, Brown, Salve Regina, Hobart and William Smith, Boston University, Coast Guard, Charleston, Roger Williams, Navy, Vermont, Harvard