Sailing World's District College Rankings - Fall 2003

Rankings determined by Sailing World's coaches panel: Michael Callahan (Georgetown), Ken Legler (Tufts), and Mike Segerblom (USC). COED MAISA 1. Hobart/Wm. Smith 2. Kings Point 3. St. Mary's 4. Washington College 5. Old Dominion 6. Georgetown 7. Navy 8. Maryland Also receiving votes: Queen's, Cornell MCSA 1. Wisconsin 2. Minnesota 3. Michigan 4. Ohio University 5. Northwestern 6. Ohio State Also receiving votes: St. Thomas (Minn.), Michigan State NEISA 1. Harvard 2. Dartmouth 3. Tufts 4. Brown 5. Boston College 6. MIT 7. Yale 8. Rhode Island 9. Coast Guard 10. Connecticut College NWICSA 1. Washington 2. Western Washington 3. Oregon 4. Portland State PCIYRA 1. USC 2. Hawaii 3. Stanford 4. UC Irvine 5. UC Santa Barbara 6. UC Berkeley Also receiving votes: Cal Maritime SAISA 1. Charleston 2. Eckerd 3. South Florida 4. Citadel 5. Florida 6. Rollins SEISA 1. Texas A&M Galveston 2. Tulane 3. Texas 4. Texas A&M 5. Kansas 6. New Orleans

WOMEN'S MAISA 1. Old Dominion 2. Navy 3. St. Mary's 4. Georgetown 5. Hobart/Wm. Smith 6. Cornell 7. Queen's 8. Maryland Also receiving votes: Princeton MCSA 1. Wisconsin 2. Michigan State 3. Minnesota 4. St. Thomas 5. Michigan 6. Miami (Ohio) Also receiving votes: Northwestern NEISA 1. Harvard 2. Dartmouth 3. Brown 4. Yale 5. Tufts 6. Boston College 7. Connecticut College 8. Boston University 9. MIT 10. Bowdoin Also receiving votes: Vermont, Providence NWICSA 1. Washington 2. Western Washington 3. Portland State PCIYRA 1. USC 2. UC Irvine 3. UC Santa Barbara 4. Stanford 5. Hawaii 6. UC Berkeley SAISA 1. Charleston 2. Eckerd 3. South Florida 4. Rollins 5. North Carolina 6. Florida SEISA 1. Texas 2. Texas A&M Galveston 3. Auburn 4. Tulane 5. Texas A&M 6. Baylor For intersectional results from the Fall 2003 season click on To contribute a recent college sailing photo to be considered for this column please email the photo (no more than 300K) and all relevant information (photographer, subject, location, and date) to stuart.streuli@sailingworld.com. The spring season rankings will begin in February.