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Grand Valley State and Cortland State lead the Final Fall Division II and Division III Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Standings

Division II

Cleveland, Ohio – Grand Valley State (Mich.) remains atop the final fall Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings with 382 points. The Lakers finished in the top 10 of the five championships they qualified for – women’s cross country, second; women’s volleyball, third; men’s cross country and football, fifth; and women’s soccer, ninth.

Massachusetts Lowell remains in second with 241 points. The River Hawks finished as high as second and earned 90 points in women’s field hockey. UMass-Lowell also finished fifth in men’s soccer, 13th in men’s cross country and 22nd in women’s cross country.

Tampa (Fla.) is in a close third with 231 total points, after finishing third in men’s soccer, 14th in women’s cross country and 17th in both women’s soccer and women’s volleyball. Minnesota Duluth jumped from 17th to fourth in the final set of standings after capturing the Division II Football Championship to increase its total to 230 points. The Bulldogs also earned 66 points in women’s cross country and 64 points in women’s volleyball.

Rounding out the top-five is Metropolitan State (Colo.) with 217 points. The Roadrunners placed third in women’s soccer, 14th in men’s cross country, 17th in men’s soccer, 19th in women’s cross country and 33rd in women’s volleyball.

Complete Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Division II Standings

Division III

Cleveland, Ohio – With its fifth place finish in football, Cortland State (N.Y) took over the lead in the final fall Division III Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings with 353 points. The Red Dragons also finished first in men’s cross country, fifth in women’s field hockey, ninth in women’s cross country and 17th in men’s soccer.

Williams (Mass.) has accumulated 326 points to date after finishing in the top five of the four championships that the Ephs advanced to - third in men’s and women’s cross country, and women’s soccer; and fifth in women’s volleyball.

Messiah (Pa.) is in third in the final fall standings with 294 points. The Falcons captured the men’s and women’s soccer titles, third in women’s field hockey and 31st in women’s cross country.

Rounding out the top-five are Emory (Ga.) and Calvin (Mich.) who are fourth and fifth, respectively. The Eagles have 278 points, including 100 points from their volleyball championship. Emory also finished ninth in men’s soccer, 17th in women’s soccer, 18th in men’s cross country and 24th in women’s cross country.

The Knights of Calvin College scored in five NCAA Championships this fall for 265 points. Calvin finished second in women’s cross country, fifth in men’s cross country, 17th in women’s soccer and 33rd in both men’s soccer and women’s volleyball.

Complete Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Division III Standings