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Sailing World College Rankings, November 23 2016.

Coast Guard wrests the women's rankings lead away from Yale in our final regular season poll, but the Bulldogs hold strong in the coed competition.

November 23, 2016
Sponsored by Gill and Zim Sailing

Sailing World’s College Rankings, presented by Zim Sailing and 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. This is the sixth national ranking for the 2016 Fall season, based on results through November 23.

For easy viewing and sharing, the PDF is available here.

Coed

Rank Team Total Points
1 Yale [7] 218
2 MIT [3] 212
3 Charleston [1] 209
4 Georgetown [1] 200
5 Tufts 185
6 Hobart/Wm. Smith 176
7 Dartmouth 174
8 Boston College 173
9 Bowdoin 152
10 George Washington 105
11 Kings Point 100
12 Navy 98
13 Coast Guard 90
14 Stanford 88
15 Harvard 75
16 South Florida 70
17 Boston University 52
18 St. Mary’s 47
19 Brown 29
20 Roger Williams 28

Also receiving votes: Hampton, Jacksonville, Old Dominion, Conn. College

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Women

Rank Team Total Points
1 Coast Guard [11] 237
2 Boston College 224
3 Rhode Island [1] 221
4 Charleston 195
5 Boston University 192
6 Yale 190
7 Georgetown 166
8 Harvard 140
9 Conn. College 129
10 George Washington 119
11 St. Mary’s 116
12 Hobart/Wm. Smith 101
13 Brown 93
14 Stanford 87
15 Navy 72
16 Dartmouth 64
17 Tufts 33
18 Pennsylvania 31
(tie) South Florida 31
20 MIT 22

Also receiving votes: Fordham, Roger Williams, Jacksonville, Vermont, Christopher Newport

12 coaches participated in this poll: Hobart/Wm. Smith, Roger Williams, Harvard, Charleston, George Washington, Georgetown, South Florida, Brown, Kings Point, Bowdoin, Pennsylvania, Navy

Click here for the previous rankings

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