Third Installment of Division I U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup Standings, as well as the Final Releases for Division II, III and NAIA|
Dec. 20, 2007
For the third time this season, there is a new leader in the fall Division I U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup standings. California now holds the top spot after placing third in women's volleyball and 17th in men's soccer. The Bears, who previously scored in men's water polo (1st), men's cross country (16th) and women's soccer (17th), lead all teams with 325 total points.
To read the full Division I release click here.
Grand Valley State (MI), Tampa and Massachusetts Lowell remain in first, second and third respectively, in the final fall U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup standings. Grand Valley State extended its lead in the standings after placing third in the most recent NCAA championship, football. The Lakers earned five top-five finishes this fall, including women's soccer (3rd), women's cross country (3rd), men's cross country (4th) and women's volleyball (5th), bringing their total to 404 points.
To read the full Division II release click here.
With all seven of the fall NCAA championships complete, the top four spots saw no change in the final U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup standings. Washington (Mo.) held onto first place with 322 total points. The Bears completed the fall season with four top-10 finishes, placing first in women's volleyball, third in women's cross country, fifth in men's soccer and ninth in women's soccer.
To read the full Division III release click here.
Azusa Pacific (CA), Simon Fraser (B.C.), and Concordia (CA) remain in first, second, and third respectively, in the final fall NAIA U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup Standings. Azusa Pacific has recorded four top-20 finishes, including a national championship in men's soccer for a total of 333.5 points. The Cougars finished second in women's soccer, sixth in women's cross country and 14th in men's cross country. Azusa Pacific also tallied 25 points for advancing in women's volleyball.
To read the full NAIA release click here.