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U.S. College Rankings - September 12, 2012

by ICSA on 13 Sep 2012
Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) . http://www.collegesailing.org/
U.S. College Rankings for September 12, 2012.

COED                      TOTAL POINTS
             1.
Yale [9]                                         309

2. Georgetown [3]                             298

3. Charleston [3]                               280

4. Roger Williams                               244

5. Brown                                            241

(tie) Dartmouth [1]                              241

7. Stanford                                        236

8. Hobart/Wm. Smith                           193

9. St. Marys                                        191

10. Tufts                                             188

11. Boston College                               170

12. Harvard                                        129

13. Navy                                             115

14. Old Dominion                                 91

15. MIT                                                79

16. Vermont                                         77

17. South Florida                                  68

18. Connecticut  College                        57
19.
SUNY Maritime                                47
20.
Wisconsin                                      25

 
Also receiving votes: Fordham (20 points), Boston University (19), Washington College (12), Rhode Island (8), Bowdoin (6)


   WOMENS                 TOTAL POINTS

1. Yale [15]                                         239

2. Dartmouth                                      218

3. Brown                                            160

4. Boston College [1]                           157

5. Georgetown                                     153

6. Navy                                              149

7. St. Marys                                        123

8. Connecticut  College                         112

9. Stanford                                           111

10. Charleston                                     82

11. Rhode Island                                   80

12. Tufts                                              66

13. Vermont                                          53

14. Harvard                                          41

15. South Florida                                 40

 

Also receiving votes: Hobart/Wm. Smith (28 points), MIT (28), Bowdoin (19), Cornell (16), Old Dominion (15), Roger Williams (13), Eckerd (9), Coast Guard (40

 

16 coaches voted in this poll: Bowdoin, Brown, Charles- ton, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, George Washington, Harvard, Hobart/Wm. Smith, MIT, Navy, Old Dominion, Rhode Island, Roger Williams, South Florida, SUNY Maritime


C
ollege rankings are determined by an open coaches poll. For more information on the poll, or on how your teams coach can become a part of it, sailingworld.com/ranks. The number of first place votes a team received is in brackets. This is the first national ranking for the Fall 2012 season, based on results through September 9.


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