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Stanford captures first in DI LSDC; Oklahoma Baptist claims top spot in NAIA LSDC

June 14, 2013

Complete DI Standings

CLEVELAND -
With the final standings set to be released after the baseball College World Series, the winner of the 2012-13 Division I Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings has been determined.

In the closest race to date, Stanford captured its 19th straight title with 1261.25 total points, just 41.50 points ahead of second place Florida. The Cardinal captured the women’s tennis title. The Cardinal had four scores omitted due to the maximum 10 allowed for both women’s and men’s sports – women’s field hockey, women’s lacrosse, women’s rowing and softball. Stanford will be honored at the 2013 NACDA Convention during the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup luncheon sponsored by the United States Olympic Committee today. 

Florida leaped to second with 1219.75 total points. Overall, the Gators tied for the men’s outdoor track and field title and captured the women’s gymnastics championship. The Gators had one score omitted due to the maximum 10 allowed for both women’s and men’s sports – women’s cross country. 

Michigan fell to third in the standings and has 1138.25 total points. The Wolverines took home both the men’s gymnastics and men’s swimming titles during the year. Michigan had two scores omitted due to the maximum 10 allowed for both women’s and men’s sports – women’s field hockey and women’s outdoor track and field. 

UCLA climbed into fourth place with 1127.25 total points. To date, the Bruins have two runner-up finishes, men’s water polo and men’s tennis. The Bruins had two scores omitted due to the maximum 10 allowed for both women’s and men’s sports – women’s basketball and softball. 

Penn State dropped to fifth place with 1100.00 total points. The Nittany Lions finished 14th in men’s track and field and 29th in women’s track and field.

The SEC now leads all conferences with three institutions in the top 10 – Florida (2nd), Texas A&M (6th) and Georgia (9th). 12 of 13 NCAA spring championships have been completed with the following institutions capturing titles: men’s golf – Alabama; women’s rowing – Ohio State; softball ­­– Oklahoma; women’s track and field – Kansas; and men’s track and field – Florida and Texas A&M.

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

The final Division I spring standings will be released after the College World Series.


Complete NAIA Standings

Oklahoma Baptist has claimed its first NAIA Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup with 964.00 total points.  The Bison scored in 14 sports and claimed four national titles - men’s and women’s swimming and men’s and women’s indoor track and field. The Bison also finished second in men’s and women’s outdoor track and field and fourth in men’s cross country. The Bison had two scores omitted due to the maximum six allowed for both women’s and men’s sports – men’s soccer and men’s tennis.

Oklahoma Baptist will be honored at the 2013 NACDA Convention during the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup luncheon sponsored by the United States Olympic Committee today. 

Lindsey Wilson finished in second place with 797.00 total points. The Blue Raiders scored in 14 sports, claiming the national title in women’s soccer, third in men’s soccer, men’s basketball and women’s tennis and fifth in wrestling and men’s tennis. The Blue Raiders had two scores omitted due to the maximum six allowed for women’s and men’s sports – women’s golf and women’s outdoor track and field. 

Concordia (Calif.) ended in third place with 781.00 total points. The Eagles scored in 14 sports, capturing a national title in women’s volleyball and softball, finished second in men’s swimming and fifth in men’s soccer and women’s swimming. The Eagles two scores omitted due to the maximum six allowed for women’s and men’s sports – baseball and women’s outdoor track and field. 

Embry Riddle (Fla.) finished in fourth place with 742.50 total points. The Eagles scored in 13 sports, claiming a national title in men’s tennis, third in baseball and women’ golf and fifth in women’s tennis. The Eagles had one score omitted due to the maximum six allowed for women’s and men’s sports – women’s cross country.

Rounding out the top five for 2012-13 is Olivet Nazarene (IL) with 704.50 total points. The Tigers placed second in women’s soccer, third in women’s cross country and men’s swimming and fourth in women’s swimming. The Tigers had three scores omitted due to the maximum six allowed for women’s and men’s sports – women’s basketball, women’s golf and women’s outdoor track and field.

The final two NAIA spring championships have been completed with the following institutions capturing titles: softball Concordia (Calif.); baseball – Faulkner (Ala.).

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