Sailing World College Rankings, October 12 2016

Yale sweeps both sides of the rankings. The Coast Guard Academy women stay within striking distance, and other favorites climb towards the top.

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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 third national ranking for the 2016 Fall season, based on results through October 12.

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Coed

Rank Team Total Points
1 Yale [16] 320
2 Boston College 288
3 Georgetown 251
4 Coast Guard 245
5 Charleston 236
6 Boston University 231
7 Navy 227
8 Dartmouth 210
9 Roger Williams 198
10 Tufts 166
11 MIT 156
12 Stanford 131
13 Brown 120
14 Bowdoin 98
15 St. Mary's 96
16 Old Dominion 90
17 George Washington 78
18 Hobart/Wm. Smith 62
Tie Rhode Island 62
20 Harvard 53

Also receiving votes: Conn. College, Eckerd, Fordham

Women

Rank Team Total Points
1 Yale [5] 299
2 Coast Guard [11] 294
3 Brown 283
4 Boston College 281
5 Rhode Island 246
6 Georgetown 206
7 Dartmouth 187
8 George Washington 185
9 Boston University 183
10 Stanford 170
11 Charleston 152
12 Vermont 144
13 St. Mary's 138
14 Hobart/Wm. Smith 99
15 Harvard 93
16 Tufts 91
17 Navy 86
18 MIT 46
19 Conn. College 37
20 South Florida 30

Also receiving votes: Bowdoin, Cornell, Roger Williams, Fordham, UC Santa Barbara, Wisconsin

16 coaches participated in this poll: St. Mary's, Stanford, Eckerd, Georgetown, Yale, South Florida, Dartmouth, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Roger Williams, George Washington, Navy, Bowdoin, Coast Guard, Cornell, Brown, Vermont