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Division I and NAIA Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Standings

May 30, 2013

Complete DI Standings

CLEVELAND - Stanford has reclaimed first place in one of the closest Learfield Sports Directors' Cup races. The Cardinal finished first in women's tennis, second in women's water polo, ninth in women's lacrosse, 13th in women's golf and 33rd in men's tennis. The Cardinal has 1233.00 total points. Michigan fell to second in the standings and currently has 1003.25 total points. The Wolverines finished ninth in women's tennis and 33rd in men's tennis. Penn State remains in third place with 1001.25 total points. The Nittany Lions finished third in men's volleyball, fifth in women's lacrosse, ninth in men's lacrosse and 55th in women's golf. North Carolina climbed into fourth with 991.00 total points. The Tar Heels finished first in women's lacrosse, fifth in men's lacrosse and women's tennis and 28th in women's golf. Florida fell to fifth place with 983.50 points. The Gators finished third in women's tennis, fifth in women's lacrosse, 17th in women's golf and 33rd in men's tennis.

The SEC now leads all conferences with three institutions in the top 10 - Florida (5th), Georgia (9th) and Texas A&M (10th).

Seven of 13 NCAA spring championships have been completed with the following institutions capturing titles: women's water polo - USC; rifle - West Virginia; men's volleyball ­­- UC Irvine; women's golf - USC; women's lacrosse - North Carolina; men's lacrosse - Duke; men's tennis - Virginia; and women's tennis - Stanford.

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

The second Division I spring standings will be released Thursday, June 14.


Complete NAIA Standings

CLEVELAND - Oklahoma Baptist maintains the lead after the first Learfield Sports Directors' Cup spring standings with 961.00 total points.  The Bison finished second in men's and women's track and field, ninth in women's tennis and 17th in men's tennis. Lindsey Wilson jumped ahead to second place with 760.50 total points. The Blue Raiders finished third in women's tennis, fifth in men's tennis, 19th in women's golf and 40th in women's track and field. Olivet Nazarene (IL) falls to third with 718.50 total points. The Tigers finished ninth in women's tennis, 17th in men's tennis, 25th in women's golf, 29th in men's track and field and 53rd in women's track and field. Jumping into fourth with 704.00 total points is Concordia (Calif.) The Eagles finished ninth in both women's and men's tennis, 26th in men's track and field and 50th in women's track and field. Rounding out the top five is Embry Riddle (Fla.) with 689.50 total points. The Eagles placed first in men's tennis, third in women's golf, fifth in women's tennis and 18th in both men's and women's track and field.

Six of eight NAIA spring championships have been completed with the following institutions capturing titles: men's golf - Oklahoma City; women's golf - Oklahoma City; men's track and field - Indiana Tech; women's track and field - Indiana Tech; men's tennis - Embry Riddle (Fla.) and women's tennis - Auburn Montgomery (Ala.).

The Cascade Conference and the Mid-South Conference has two institutions in the top 10 - College of Idaho (8th) and Concordia (Ore.) (10th); and Lindsey Wilson (2nd) and Cumberlands (Ky.) (7th).

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

The final spring NAIA standings will be released Thursday, June 14.