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Sailing World College Rankings, November 9 2016.

Yale's Bulldogs take back the top spot, but Boston College sees a points surge after their Singlehanded Nationals sweep.

November 10, 2016
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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 fourth national ranking for the 2016 Fall season, based on results through October 26.

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Coed

Rank Team Total Points
1 Yale [13] 336
2 Boston College [2] 309
3 Georgetown [2] 308
4 Charletson 271
5 MIT 256
6 Dartmouth 222
7 Coast Guard 219
8 Tufts 193
9 Bowdoin 185
10 Hobart/Wm. Smith 177
11 Navy 175
12 George Washington 174
13 Harvard 115
14 Boston University 97
(tie) Stanford 97
16 Roger Williams 90
17 Kings Point 89
18 Brown 83
19 St. Mary’s 77
20 Fordham 29

Also receiving votes:

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Women

Rank Team Total Points
1 Yale [8] 329
2 Rhode Island [2] 315
3 Boston College [3] 313
4 Coast Guard [4] 290
5 Boston University 251
6 Charleston 211
7 Georgetown 209
8 Brown 207
9 St. Mary’s 185
10 Harvard 178
11 Dartmouth 166
12 Hobart/Wm. Smith 138
13 Stanford 123
14 Conn. College 117
15 Tufts 105
16 George Washington 94
17 MIT 77
18 Navy 70
19 Roger Wiliams 57
20 Vermont 48

Also receiving votes: Pennsylvania, Fordham, Bowdoin, South Florida

17 coaches participated in this poll: Fordham, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Eckerd, Brown, Dartmouth, Roger Williams, Georgetown, South Florida, George Washington, Stanford, Harvard, Cornell, Navy, Coast Guard, Bowdoin, Vermont, Pennsylvania

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