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Sailing World’s Conference Rankings, Fall 2012

The final college rankings of the Fall 2012 season look at the top teams in each conference.

December 21, 2012
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Sailing World’s College Rankings

Sailing World‘s conference 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, www.sailingworld.com/ranks

Coed
MAISA
1. Georgetown
2. St. Mary’s
3. Navy
4. Hobart/William Smith
5. Old Dominion
6. SUNY Maritime
7. Fordham
8. Washington College
9. Virginia
Also receiving votes: Cornell

MCSA
1. Wisconsin
2. Michigan
3. Minnesota
4. Northwestern
5. Purdue
6. Michigan State
Also receiving votes: Ohio State

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NEISA
1. Yale
2. Brown
3. Boston College
4. Roger Williams
5. Tufts
6. Dartmouth
7. MIT
8. Harvard
9. Vermont
10. Bowdoin
(tie) Connecticut College

NWICSA
1. Western Washington
2. Washington
3. Oregon

PCCSC
1. Stanford
2. Hawaii
3. Cal. State University at Long Beach
4. UC Santa Barbara
5. UC Berkeley
6. Cal. Maritime
Also receiving votes: UC San Diego, USC

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SAISA
1. Charleston
2. South Florida
3. Eckerd
(tie) Miami
5. Florida
6. Georgia Tech
Also receiving votes: Clemson, UNC Wilmington

SEISA
1. Texas A&M Galveston
2. Tulane
3. Texas
4. Oklahoma State

Women’s
MAISA
1. St. Mary’s
2. Navy
3. Georgetown
4. Hobart/William Smith
5. Cornell
6. Old Dominion
7. Columbia
8. Fordham
9. George Washington

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MCSA
1. Wisconsin
2. Minnesota
3. Michigan
4. Marquette
5. Northwestern
6. Iowa

NEISA
1. Dartmouth
2. Yale
3. Boston College
4. Tufts
5. MIT
6. Brown
7. Rhode Island
8. Roger Williams
9. Bowdoin
10. Coast Guard
(tie) Harvard

NWICSA
1. Washington
2. Western Washington
3. Oregon
Also receiving votes: Victoria

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PCCSC
1. Stanford
(tie) Hawaii
3. UCLA
4. UC Berkeley
5. UC Santa Barbara
6. UC Irvine

SAISA
1. Charleston
2. Eckerd
3. South Florida
4. Miami
5. Florida
6. Clemson

SEISA
1. Tulane
2. Texas
3. Texas A&M Galveston
4. Kansas
(tie) Texas A&M

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