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Stanford and Azusa Pacific Lead Second Installment of the Fall U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup Standings

Dec. 12, 2007

Division I

With five NCAA championships completed, 13-time U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup champion Stanford has taken the lead in the second set of Division I fall standings. The Cardinal, who were second in the first standings, now lead all institutions with 225 total points after placing ninth in women's soccer.

Overall, Stanford has captured the women's cross country title, was ninth in women's field hockey and 19th overall in men's cross country.

To date, five of the nine fall NCAA championships have been completed with Southern California and California capturing the most recent championships, women's soccer and the national collegiate sport of men's water polo, respectively. The following institutions have also captured titles: women's cross country (Stanford), men's cross country (Oregon) and women's field hockey (North Carolina).

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NAIA

Azusa Pacific (CA) and Simon Fraser (B.C.) remain in first and second, respectively, in the second fall NAIA U.S. Sports Academy Director's Cup Standings.

Azusa Pacific has recorded four top-20 finishes, including a national championship in men's soccer for a total of 308.5 points. The Cougars finished second in women's soccer, sixth in women's cross country and 14th in men's cross country. Azusa Pacific did not score in the most recent NAIA championship, volleyball.

Simon Fraser continues its hold on second place with 300.5 points, after winning the women's cross country title. The Clan was also third in men's soccer, fourth in men's cross country and 21st overall in women's soccer.

In the most recent NAIA championship, women's volleyball, Fresno Pacific took home the title. To date, five of the six fall NAIA championships have been completed with the following institutions capturing titles: women's cross country (Simon Fraser), men's cross country (Malone), women's soccer (Martin Methodist), men's soccer (Azusa Pacific).

 

 

For the complete release and standings click here.