Cardinal, Lakers And Ephs Out Front In Directors Cup
Dec. 28, 2009
Courtesy of NACDA
With eight NCAA championships completed, 15-time Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup champion Stanford takes the lead in the third Division I fall standings with 345 points. The Cardinal had six top-20 finishes in all tournaments they advanced to, finishing as high as second in women’s soccer. Additionally, Stanford also finished ninth in men’s soccer, field hockey and women’s volleyball; 10th in men’s cross country; and 16th in women’s cross country.
The final fall standings for Division I will be released Thursday, January 14.
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Grand Valley State (Mich.) remains atop the final fall Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings with 380 points. The Lakers finished in the top 10 in four of the five championships they qualified for – women’s soccer, first; football and women’s cross country, second; and men’s cross country, fifth. They also finished 33rd in women’s volleyball.
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Williams holds onto its lead in the final fall Division III Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings with 367 points. The Ephs finished in the top 10 of the five championships that they advanced to - second in men’s cross country, third in men’s soccer, eighth in women’s cross country and ninth in both women’s field hockey and women’s volleyball.
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