Dec. 24, 2014
Complete Division I Standings Final Fall Division III Standings
Division I Conference Standings Division III Conference Standings
Final Fall Division II Standings Final Fall NAIA Standings
Division II Conference Standings NAIA Conference Standings
CLEVELAND - The final Learfield Sports fall standings for Divisions II and III have Grand Valley State and MIT in first place, respectively. Southern Oregon sits atop the final fall NAIA standings, while Stanford leads the Division I rankings prior to the Bowl Games and the FCS Championship.
Grand Valley State leads DII with 373 total points, MIT leads DIII with 313.50 points and Southern Oregon has recorded 297 total points for the lead in the NAIA standings. Stanford leads all of DI with 500 points.
In Division II, LIU Post is in 2nd place with 319 points, in third is Colorado School of Mines with 280.50 points, Colorado Mesa is in 4th with 255 points and rounding out the top five is Saint Leo with 242 points.
In Division III, defending champion Williams is in 2nd with 307 points, Christopher Newport is in 3rd with 298 points, in fourth is Johns Hopkins with 284 points and Tufts is in 5th 260.50 points.
The final fall NAIA standings have Lindsey Wilson with 277 points in 2nd place, Cal State San Marcos in 3rd with 222 points, in fourth is Olivet Nazarene with 218.50 points and Carroll completes the top five with 209 points.
The Division I standings currently have UCLA in 2nd with 430 points, North Carolina in 3rd with 409.50 points, Penn State in 4th with 338 points and Virginia rounding out the top five with 303 points.
The final Division I fall standings will be released Thursday, January 15. The first set of winter standings will be released mid-March.
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Please note, standings published midseason are unofficial. Official standings will be published upon the completion of the fall season. Complete standings and the scoring structure can be found on NACDA's website at www.directorscup.org. In addition, please visit www.thedirectorscup.com, like us on Facebook at facebook.com/lsdirectorscup or follow us on Twitter @lsdirectorscup.
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