Sailing World College Rankings, April 21 2017

In the fourth rankings of the Spring season, Yale continues to dominate the coed fleet, while also jumping to the top in women's.

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Sailing World College RankingsSponsored by Gill

Sailing World's College Rankings, presented by Gill, 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, click here. The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets.

For easy viewing, a PDF of the rankings is available here.

Coed

Rank Team Total Points
1 Yale [15] 319
2 Georgetown 280
3 Boston College 276
4 MIT 258
5 Charleston (tie) 244
5 Navy [1] (tie) 244
7 Dartmouth (tie) 192
7 Stanford (tie) 192
9 Hobart & William Smith 169
10 George Washington 152
11 Boston University 135
12 Tufts (tie) 134
12 Coast Guard (tie) 134
14 Bowdoin 133
15 Roger Williams 107
16 St. Mary's 81
17 Connecticut College 77
18 Brown 66
19 Old Dominion 62
20 Harvard 46

Also receiving votes: Fordham, Hampton, Jacksonville, UC Santa Barbara, South Florida, Vermont

Women

Rank Team Total Points
1 Yale [8] 307
2 Boston College [3] 293
3 Brown [1] 276
4 Rhode Island 259
5 Coast Guard [4] 256
6 Charleston 227
7 Stanford 212
8 Boston University 171
9 UVM 143
10 Tufts 142
11 Georgetown 134
12 St. Mary's 132
13 George Washington 121
14 Connecticut College (tie) 109
14 Dartmouth (tie) 109
16 Hobart & William Smith 128
17 Harvard 82
18 Navy 58
19 Roger Williams 57
20 USF 51

Also receiving votes: Cornell, Eckerd, Fordham, Northeastern, Old Dominion, UC Santa Barbara, Pennsylvania

16 coaches participated: UC Santa Barbara, MIT, Brown, Dartmouth, St. Mary's, Yale, Vermont, Georgetown, Milwaukee, South Florida, Bowdoin, Coast Guard, Hobart & William Smith, Navy, Fordham, Cornell

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