Sailing World College Rankings, September 28 2016

As the season soldiers on, points grow closer together. For now, the leaders stay ahead, but they're far from safe at 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 first national ranking for the 2016 Fall season, based on results through September 14th.

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Coed

Rank Team Total Points
1 Yale [15] 337
2 Boston College [1] 301
3 Dartmouth 276
4 Charleston 275
5 Georgetown 263
6 Navy [1] 233
7 Coast Guard 222
8 Tufts 216
9 Boston University 187
10 Roger Williams 166
11 MIT 165
12 Stanford 163
13 St. Mary's 116
14 Brown 110
15 Bowdoin 99
16 Harvard 95
17 George Washington 82
18 Hobart/Wm. Smith 63
19 Old Dominion 56
(tie) Rhode Island 56

Also receiving votes: Fordham, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Conn College, South Florida, King’s Point

Women

Rank Team Total Points
1 Coast Guard [13] 326
2 Brown [3] 306
3 Boston College [1] 304
4 Yale 304
5 Rhode Island 240
6 Boston University 238
7 Dartmouth 206
8 Stanford 183
9 Vermont 167
10 George Washington 165
11 Charleston 157
12 Harvard 124
13 Tufts 120
14 Georgetown 115
15 St. Mary's 90
16 MIT 82
17 Conn. College 80
18 Hobart/Wm. Smith 72
19 Bowdoin 68
20 Roger Williams 39

Also receiving votes: Wisconsin, Navy, Fordham, South Florida, Cornell, Northeastern, Old Dominion, UC Santa Barbara, Eckerd, Pennsylvania

17 coaches participated in this poll: Harvard, Roger Williams, Charleston, Fordham, SUNY Maritime, Bowdoin, Georgetown, Hobart/Wm. Smith, St. Mary’s, Brown, Yale, South Florida, Coast Guard, Dartmouth, Christopher Newport, Navy, Cornell