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ICSA College Rankings for October 2, 2013

by Meredith Powlison on 3 Oct 2013
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ICSA SW College Rankings for October 2, 2013 have now been released. Sailing World’s College Rankings are determined by an open coaches poll.

›› Coed                                     Total Points

1. Yale [18]                                                     360

2. Stanford                                                      319

3. Boston College                                             313

4. Georgetown                                                307

5. Harvard                                                     250

6. St. Marys                                                   245

7. Dartmouth                                                   242

8. Roger Williams                                            225

9. Navy                                                           214

10. Tufts                                                          213

11. Charleston                                                  207

12. Brown                                                       175

13. Old Dominion                                             127

14. Vermont                                                     107

15. MIT                                                             92

16. SUNY Maritime                                             76

17. South Florida                                                65

18. Hobart/Wm. Smith                                        59

19. Coast Guard                                                 56

20. Fordham                                                     31

 

also receiving votes: Boston University (29 points), Bowdoin (15), Pennsylvania (13), Wiscon- sin (12), Connecticut College (10), Cornell (8)



›› Womens                  Total Points

1. Yale [14]                                         263

2. Dartmouth [2]                                242

3. Boston College [2]                          228

4. Navy                                              209

5. Stanford                                          177

6. Brown                                             155

7. Georgetown                                      137

8. St. Marys                                        118

9. Charleston                                       100

10. Hobart/Wm. Smith                           92

11. MIT                                                  75

12. Roger Williams                                66

13. Coast Guard                                     65

14. Cornell                                             42

15. Harvard                                           37

 

also receiving votes: Eckerd (32 points), Bow- doin (24), Rhode Island (24), Connecticut College (20), South Florida (16), Fordham (9), Boston University (8), Old Dominion (6), Vermont (5)


18 coaches voted in this poll: Boston College, Bowdoin, Brown, Charleston, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Eckerd, Fordham, Harvard, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Jack- sonville, MIT, Navy, Roger Williams, SUNY Maritime, Washington College, Wisconsin

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 ranking for the Fall 2013 season.
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