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Stanford and Azusa Pacific Lead Division I and NAIA U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup Standings



May 31, 2007

Division I - Twelve-time U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup winner, Stanford, maintained its lead in the first set of spring standings with 1245.50 points. In the most recent NCAA championships, the Cardinal finished fifth in women's golf, third in women's tennis and second overall in women's water polo. To date, Stanford has scored in the maximum of 10 women's sports (cross country, soccer, volleyball, basketball, gymnastics, swimming, indoor track & field, golf, tennis and water polo). The Cardinal men have scored in seven championships (cross country, basketball, fencing, gymnastics, swimming, indoor track & field and wrestling). For complete release and standings, click here.

NAIA - Two-time defending champion Azusa Pacific continues its hold on first place in the first spring NAIA U.S. Sports Academy Directors' Cup standings. The Cougars have scored 975.25 points with a first place finish in women's track, a runner-up finish in men's tennis, a third place finish in men's track and field and a fifth place finish in women's tennis. Azusa Pacific has scored in the maximum of six men's and six women's sports. For complete release and standings, click here.