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Georgetown Sailing Ranked 4th in Nation



Sept. 15, 2011

Sailing World’s college rankings, presented by Sperry Top-Sider, The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the first national ranking for the Fall 2011 season, based on results through September 11.

Coed Total Points

1. Yale [8] 359

2. Boston College [3] 338

3. Harvard [1] 326

4. Georgetown [3] 309

5. Roger Williams 292

6. Wisconsin [3] 274

7. Charleston 249

8. Hobart/Wm. Smith [2] 240

9. St. Mary’s 213

10. Tufts 211

11. Stanford 184

12. Brown 183

13. MIT 168

14. SUNY Maritime 152

15. Dartmouth 144

16. Navy 94

17. USMMA/Kings Point 74

18. Vermont 68

19. Miami (Fla.) 62

20. Rhode Island 60

Also receiving votes: Connecticut College (56 points), South Florida (52), Old Dominion (17), Cornell (13), Coast Guard (11), Boston University (10), Washington College (6), Eckerd (5)

Women’s Total Points

1. Yale [7] 257

2. Boston College [4] 256

3. Brown [7] 210

4. Rhode Island [1] 188

5. Connecticut College 171

6. Georgetown 160

7. St. Mary’s 133

8. Harvard 127

9. Charleston 109

10. (tie) Hobart/Wm. Smith 109

11. Dartmouth 106

12. Stanford 105

13. Roger Williams 77

14. Navy 56

15. Tufts 54

Also receiving votes: Vermont (37 points), Boston University (28), South Florida (24), Bowdoin (23), Old Dominion (17), Coast Guard (15), MIT (8), Eckerd (3)

20 coaches votes in this poll: Cornell, Bowdoin, SUNY Maritime, Stanford, Columbia, Dartmouth, University of Miami, MIT, Eckerd, Georgetown, Brown, Salve Regina, Hobart and William Smith, Boston University, Coast Guard, Charleston, Roger Williams, Navy, Vermont, Harvard


 

 

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