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U.S. College Rankings - September 18, 2013

by Meredith Powlison on 19 Sep 2013
Intercollegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) . http://www.collegesailing.org/
U.S. College Rankings for September 18, 2013 .

 Coed                            Total Points

1. Yale [16]                                         358

2. Stanford [2]                                  308

3. Boston College                                307

4. Georgetown                                    282

5. Dartmouth                                      256

6. Brown                                            253

7. St. Marys                                        249

8. Charleston                                       245 (tie) Roger Williams    245

10. Harvard                                        221

11. Navy                                               172

12. Tufts                                              138

13. Old Dominion                                 127

14. Vermont                                          118

15. MIT                                               106

16. Hobart/Wm. Smith                            92

17. SUNY Maritime                                  84

18. South Florida                                   64

19. Fordham                                          57

20. Wisconsin                                       20


also receiving votes: Connecticut College (17 points), Cornell (15), George Washington (13), Bowdoin (8), Boston University (7), Eckerd (7), Washington College (4)

Womens                    Total Points

1. Boston College [8]                           256

2. Dartmouth [8]                                240

3. Yale [2]                                          239

4. Navy                                               216

5. Stanford                                          164

6. Brown                                            140

7. Charleston                                        131

8. Georgetown                                      121

9. St. Marys                                        105

10. Hobart/Wm. Smith                          101

11. MIT                                                  99

12. Eckerd                                             58

13. Cornell                                            56

14. Roger Williams                                 55

15. Connecticut  College                         53

also receiving votes: Harvard (37 points), South Florida (28), Bowdoin (17), Coast Guard (15), Old Dominion (14), Rhode Island (13)


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18 coaches voted in this poll: Boston College, Brown, Coast Guard, Columbia, Connecticut College, Cornell, Dartmouth, Eckerd, Georgetown, Hobart/Wm. Smith, Jacksonville, MIT, Navy, Roger Williams, South Florida, SUNY Maritime, UC San Diego, USMMA/Kings Point
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