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Stanford and Azusa Pacific (Calif.) Lead DI and NAIA Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Standings

Division I

Cleveland, Ohio - With five NCAA championships completed, 14-time 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 with 304 points after placing third in women's soccer and second in men's water polo. Stanford also finished third in men's cross country and eighth in women's cross country.

Virginia moved from fifth to second place, with a total of 244 points. In the most recent NCAA Championships, the Cavaliers placed ninth in women's soccer and 17th in men's soccer. In the previous standings, Virginia finished fifth in women's field hockey, 14th in men's cross country and 26th in women's cross country.

In third place and jumping up from 15th, is Wake Forest. The Demon Deacon's placed third in men's soccer and 17th in women's soccer scoring 133 points in the most recent championships bringing their total to 223. Wake also finished second in women's field hockey.

Rounding out the top-five is Michigan State and North Carolina. Leading North Carolina by just half a point, the Spartans placed 17th in both men's and women's soccer. Previously Michigan State placed 11th in women's cross country and fifth in women's field hockey. With 215 points, the Tar Heels of North Carolina made an impressive jump into the top five from 45th place. North Carolina scored 190 points by capturing the women's soccer title and finishing second in the men's soccer tournament. The Tar Heels previously scored 25 points in women's field hockey.

Complete Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Division I Standings

NAIA

Cleveland, Ohio - Azusa Pacific (Calif.) remains atop the second fall NAIA Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Standings. The Cougars have recorded four top-10 finishes, including a national championship in women's cross country for a total of 324 points. The Cougars also finished second in men's cross country, fifth in women's soccer and ninth in women's volleyball.

Concordia (Ore.) breaks into the top five scoring 143 points with a runner-up finish in women's soccer and a ninth place finish in men's soccer to bring its overall total to 238 points. The Cavaliers also finished ninth in men's cross country and 21st in women's cross country.

Indiana Institute of Technology remains in third place after tallying 51 points in women's volleyball, increasing its total to 195 total points. The Warriors also placed fifth in men's cross country and seventh in women's cross country.

Cal State San Marcos holds onto fourth place with a total of 192 points, scoring 85 points in women's cross country, 54 points in men's cross country and 53 points in women's soccer.

Concordia (Calif.) and Fresno Pacific (Calif.) are tied fifth with 181 points. The Eagles of Concordia moved up from 21st in the first set of standings, with a second place finish in women's volleyball, an eight place showing in women's cross country and a 17th place finish in men's soccer. The Sunbirds of Fresno Pacific jumped from 31st place with a national championship in women's volleyball, ninth place in men's soccer and 23rd place in men's cross country.

Complete Learfield Sports Directors' Cup NAIA Standings