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Division I and NAIA Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Standings
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March 21, 2013

Complete Division I Standings ... Complete NAIA Standings

Oregon Leads #LSDC Standings

CLEVELAND - University of Oregon took the lead with 506.75 total points after the first winter championships in the Division I Learfield Sports Directors' Cup standings. The Ducks have scored 172.75 winter points, finishing first in women's indoor track and field and sixth in men's indoor track and field. Florida State climbed one spot to second with 472.00 total points, 113.50 coming from winter championships. The Seminoles finished 15th in women's indoor track and field and 18th in men's indoor track and field. Stanford dropped two spots and have accumulated 441.50 total points, claiming 43.50 of those points from a 30th place finish in men's indoor track and field. Michigan fell two spots in the standings and currently have 431.50 total points, 58.50 of those points coming from a 15th place finish in women's indoor track and field. Rounding out the top five is a tie between Florida and Notre Dame with 428.50 points. The Gators claimed 153.00 points from a second place finish in men's indoor track and field and 13th in women's indoor track and field. The Irish claimed 75.50 points with a 32nd place finish in men's track and field and a 35th place finish in women's track and field.

The Pac-12 now leads all conferences with three institutions in the top 10 - Oregon (1st), Stanford (3rd) and UCLA (7th).

Four of 15 NCAA winter championships have been completed with the following institutions capturing titles: skiing - Colorado; rifle - West Virginia; men's indoor track and field ­­- Arkansas; women's indoor track and field - Oregon.

Points are awarded based on each institution's finish in up to 20 sports -- 10 women's and 10 men's.

Oklahoma Baptist Maintains Lead After Final Winter NAIA #LSDC Standings

CLEVELAND - Oklahoma Baptist maintains the lead after the final Learfield Sports Directors' Cup winter standings.  The Bison finished ninth in Division I men's basketball for 703.00 overall points, 453.00 coming from winter championships. Olivet Nazarene (IL) stays in second with 555.50 total points, 297.50 this winter. The Tigers finished 17th in Division II women's basketball for 25 points. Lindsey Wilson jumped ahead to third place with 538.00 total points, 298.00 coming from the winter championships, after a third place finish in Division I men's basketball. Jumping into fourth with 537.75 total points, and just .25 points behind third, is Morningside (Iowa). The Mustangs finished third in Division II women's basketball for 83 points, bringing their winter points to 362.75. Rounding out the top five is Concordia (Calif.) with 527.50 total points. The Eagles placed ninth in Division I men's basketball for 53 points, bringing their winter total to 300.50.

The Cascade Conference has three institutions in the top 10 - College of Idaho (6th); Concordia (Ore.) (9th); and Southern Oregon (10th).

All nine of the NAIA winter championships have been completed with the following institutions capturing titles: men's swimming - Oklahoma Baptist; women's swimming - Oklahoma Baptist; men's indoor track and field - Oklahoma Baptist; women's indoor track and field - Oklahoma Baptist; wrestling - Grand View (Iowa); men's basketball II - Cardinal Stritch; women's basketball II - Indiana Wesleyan; men's basketball I - Georgetown (Ky.); and women's basketball I - Westmont.

Points are awarded based on each institution's finish in up to 12 sports -- six women's and six men's.