Stanford Wins “Directors’ Cup” for Nation’s Top Athletic Program

PHOENIX, June 18. STANFORD University will win the 2002-03 Directors' Cup, presented to the nation's most successful collegiate athletic program. Stanford, of course, is also among the top academic institutions in the US.

The Directors' Cup, formerly the Sears Cup, measures a school's overall level of success based on the team performances of 20 selected NCAA sports (10 men's and 10 women's). Swimming is one of the 10 sports, although water polo is not.

The Division I standings:

1. Stanford 1330.50
2. Ohio State 1074.80
3. Michigan 1034.30
4. Texas 1011.00
5. Penn State 993.00
6. Florida 935.75
7. North Carolina 933.50
8. UCLA 933.25
9. California 884.75
10. Arizona State 860.75
11. Minnesota 845.00
12. Auburn 822.75
13. Notre Dame 822.50
USC 822.50
15. Georgia 784.00
16. Arizona 760.00
17. Washington 732.00
18. Virginia 690.00
19. Oklahoma 643.25
20. Duke 643.00

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