Sailing World's College Rankings, September 29, 2011

With an overwhelming number of first-place votes, the College of Charleston hits the top of the coed rankings. Meanwhile, Yale, Connecticut College and Boston College make up a close top three 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, sailingworld.com/ranks. The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the second national ranking for the Fall 2011 season, based on results through September 25.

**Coed Total Points **

1. Charleston [16] 348
2. St. Mary's 291
3. Roger Williams 272
4. Boston College 264
5. Georgetown 262
6. Yale 258
7. Harvard [1] 252
8. Hobart/Wm. Smith [1] 220
9. Brown 209
10. Tufts 203
11. MIT 176
12. Connecticut College 171
13. Wisconsin 170
14. Dartmouth 160
15. Stanford 112
16. Navy 96
17. SUNY Maritime 68
18. Old Dominion 44
19. South Florida 42
20. Boston University 41
(tie) Vermont 41

Also receiving votes: Miami (Fl.) (33 points), USMMA/Kings Point (23), Rhode Island (7), Cornell (6), Coast Guard (4), Bowdoin (3)

Women’s Total Points

1. Yale [9] 240
2. Connecticut College [6] 235
3. Boston College [3] 233
4. Brown 215
5. Rhode Island 183
6. Dartmouth 144
7. Georgetown 143
8. Tufts 86
9. St. Mary's 83
10. Bowdoin 81
11. MIT 75
12. Harvard 73
13. (tie) Hobart/Wm. Smith 73
14. Charleston 72
15. Stanford 64

Also receiving votes: Cornell (34 points), Navy (30), Vermont (30), Roger Williams (27), South Florida (14), Boston University (8), Coast Guard (5), Old Dominion (2)

18 coaches votes in this poll: USMMA/Kings Point, Coast Guard, Miami (Fla.), Hobart/Wm. Smith, Dartmouth, Georgetown, MIT, Harvard, Connecticut College, South Florida, Brown, Columbia, Navy, SUNY Maritime, Charleston, Bowdoin, Boston University, Cornell