HANOVER, N.H. - Sailing World released its first rankings of the spring season on Feb. 20 with Dartmouth atop the women's poll. The Big Green earned 10 of the 18 first-place votes to accumulate 228 points, with Yale second picking up three first-place votes and 222 points. Dartmouth was also in the top-10 in the co-ed rankings sitting in ninth place.

The women's team picks up where they left off, ending the fall season ranked No.1. In the fall, the Big Green won four regattas.

The complete rankings are listed below.

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Sailing World's College Rankings

WOMEN (1st-place votes)

Points

CO-ED (1st-place votes)

Points

1.

Dartmouth (10)

228

1.

Georgetown (10)

338

2.

Yale (3)

222


Charleston (6)

338

3.

St. Mary's (1)

218

3.

Yale (2)

316

4.

Boston College

215

4.

Stanford

276

5.

Navy

182

5.

Boston College

275

6.

Georgetown

152

6.

Brown

264

7.

Charleston

151

7.

Roger Williams

239

8.

Tufts

147

8.

St. Mary's

204

9.

Stanford (2)

108

9.

Dartmouth

196

10.

Brown

100

10.

Tufts

185

11.

MIT

88

11.

Navy

183

12.

Rhode Island

71

12.

Old Dominion

148

13.

Eckerd

63

13.

Hobart/Wm. Smith

145

14.

Hobart/Wm. Smith

37


MIT

145

15.

Roger Williams

31

15.

Harvard

89

16.

SUNY Maritime

73

17.

South Florida

61

18.

Vermont

44

19.

Wisconsin

43

20.

Fordham

41