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Division I and II Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Standings

April 4, 2013

Complete DI Standings

Stanford Reclaims Lead in #LSDC Standings 

CLEVELAND - Stanford climbs back into the lead with a seventh place finish in men's swimming and diving, eighth place finish in women's swimming and diving and fencing and 38th place in wrestling. The Cardinal has 685.50 total points. Penn State shot up seven spots with 674.50 total points, 351.00 coming from winter championships. The Nittany Lions finished first in wrestling, third in fencing, 20th in men's swimming and diving and 29th in women's swimming and diving. Notre Dame climbed two spots to third with 610.00 total points, 257.00 coming from winter championships. The Fighting Irish finished second in fencing, 16th in women's swimming and diving and 36th in men's swimming and diving. Michigan holds fourth place in the standings and currently has 606.00 total points. The Wolverines finished first in men's swimming and diving, 33rd in wrestling and 36th in women's swimming and diving. Rounding out the top five is Florida with 575.50 points. The Gators finished sixth in men's and women's swimming and diving.

The Big Ten now leads all conferences with three institutions in the top 10 - Penn State (2nd), Michigan (4th) and Minnesota (9th).

Nine 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; fencing - Princeton; women's hockey - Minnesota; women's swimming and diving - Georgia; men's swimming and diving - Michigan; and wrestling - Penn State.

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


Complete DII Standings

Ashland Takes the Lead in the Second Winter Division II #LSDC Standings

CLEVELAND - After the completion of six winter  NCAA Championships, Ashland (OH) took the lead with 589.00 total points after finishing first in women's basketball, second in men's track and field, fifth in women's track and field, 12th in women's swimming and diving, 15th in wrestling and 22nd overall in men's swimming and diving. Grand Valley State (MI) fell one spot in the standings to 2nd overall with 558.50 total points after scoring fourth in both the men's and women's track and field, 11th in men's swimming and diving and 14th in women's swimming and diving. Grand Canyon (AZ) increased its total to 531.50 total points and remains third overall in the standings. The Lopes finished third in the women's track and field championships, fourth in the men's swimming and diving, ninth in wrestling, 10th in men's track and field, 11th in women's swimming and diving and 17th in women's basketball. Colorado School of Mines is in fourth with 446.00 total points. The Orediggers finished 30th in men's track and field, 34th in wrestling and 39th in women's track and field. Rounding out the top five is Adams State (CO) with 440.50 points after a third place finish in men's track and field, a sixth place showing in women's track and field and 7th place stop in wrestling.

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference each has two institutions in the top 10; Colorado School of Mines (4th) and Adams State (CO) (5th); Ashland (1st) and Grand Valley State (2nd).

Six of the winter NCAA championships have been completed with the following institutions capturing titles: wrestling - Nebraska Kearney; women's swimming - Drury (MO); men's swimming - Drury (MO); women's indoor track and field - Academy of Art (CA); men's indoor track and field - Saint Augustine's (NC); women's basketball - Ashland (OH).

Points are awarded based on each institution's finish in up to 14 sports -- seven women's and seven men's.