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Grand Valley State (Mich.) and Washington (Mo.) Take Top Spots in the Second Fall Division II and III U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup Standings

Dec. 5, 2007

Division II - After the completion of six NCAA Championships, Grand Valley State (Mich.) has taken the lead in the second installment of the U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup fall standings. In the most recent championships, the Lakers placed third in women's soccer and finished fifth in women's volleyball, increasing their point total to 321.

Six of the seven fall NCAA championships have been completed with the following institutions capturing titles: women's cross country (Adams State), men's cross country (Abilene Christian), women's field hockey (Bloomsburg, Pa.), women's soccer (Tampa, Fla.), men's soccer (Franklin Pierce, N.H.) and women's volleyball (Concordia, Minn.).

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Division III - Following the completion of six NCAA championships, Washington (Mo.) jumps to first place in the second U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup fall standings. The Bears, who were fourth in the first standings, now lead all institutions with 322 points.In the most recent championships, Washington placed fifth in men's soccer and ninth in women's soccer to move ahead in the standings.

Six of the seven fall NCAA championships have now been completed with the following institutions capturing titles: women's cross country (Amherst), men's cross country (New York), women's field hockey (Bowdoin, Me.), women's volleyball (Washington, Mo.), men's soccer (Middlebury, Vt.) and women's soccer (Wheaton, Ill.).

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