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DIII Complete Release for March 31

DIII Complete Release for March 31

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NACDA
24651 Detroit Road
Westlake, Ohio 44145440-892-4000
Fax: 440-892-4007www.nacda.com
For Immediate ReleaseMarch 31, 2011
Contact: Julie Work
Director of Communicationsjwork@nacda.com
Williams (Mass.) Takes Over Lead in the Final WinterDivision III Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings;NESCAC Places Three Institutions in the Top Five
CLEVELAND
– 
Williams (Mass.)
has taken over the lead in the final winter Division III Learfield SportsDirectors’ Cup Standings with 719.50 points. The Ephs recorded a winter-high 483.50 points, withfinishes of third in both men’s basketball and women’s swimming & diving, fourth in men’s swimming &diving, 14
th
in skiing and 33
rd
in women’s basketball coming in the most recent championships.
Middlebury (Vt.)
has jumped from sixth place to second after placing third in both men’s basketball andwomen’s ice hockey, ninth in skiing and 10
th
in men’s swimming & diving. The Panthers have 664 totalpoints.In third place with 649.50 points is
Washington University (Mo.)
. The Bears turned in a second placeresult in women’s basketball, as well as additional finishes of 16
th
in men’s swimming & diving and 24
th
 in women’s swimming & diving.
Calvin (Mich.)
sits in fourth place with 599.75 points. The Knights added to their point total afterplacing 17
th
in women’s basketball, 25
th
in men’s swimming & diving and 34
th
in women’s swimming &diving.Moving into the top five is
Amherst (Mass.)
with 587 points. The Lord Jeffs captured the women’sbasketball national championship and also placed fifth in men’s basketball, sixth in men’s swimming &diving and ninth in women’s swimming & diving.The
New England Small College Athletic Conference
is leading the way with three of its institutionscurrently in the top five. Following current leader Williams (Mass.) is Middlebury (Vt.) in second andAmherst (Mass.) in fifth.All nine winter NCAA championships have been completed with the following institutions capturing titles:men’s indoor track & field – North Central (Ill.); women’s indoor track & field – Wisconsin Oshkosh;wrestling – Wartburg (Iowa); men’s basketball – St. Thomas (Minn.); women’s basketball – Amherst(Mass.); men’s swimming & diving – Denison (Ohio); women’s swimming & diving – Emory (Ga.); men’sice hockey – St. Norbert (Wis.); women’s ice hockey – Norwich (Vt.).The Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup was developed as a joint effort between the National Association ofCollegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and USA Today. Points are awarded based on eachinstitution's finish in up to 18 sports -- nine women’s and nine men’s.The first Division III spring standings will be released Thursday, May 27, 2011.
Please note, standings published midseason are unofficial. Official standings will be publishedupon the completion of the spring season.
Complete standings and the scoring structure can befound on NACDA’s website atwww.directorscup.org. In addition, please visitwww.thedirectorscup.com,like us on Facebook atfacebook.com/lsdirectorscupor follow us on Twitter @lsdirectorscup.
About Learfield Sports:
The 2010-11 athletics season marks its third year as title partner of theLearfield Sports Directors’ Cup. A preeminent leader in the collegiate sports marketplace for nearly 40years, Learfield Sports manages the multimedia and sponsorship rights for more than 50 collegiateinstitutions, conferences and associations. The company also operates regional and statewide radionetworks, having broadcast over 50,000 games and coaches’ shows since it began working withflagship property Mizzou in 1975. These ever-expanding, collegiate relationships feature strategicsponsorship platforms that include stadium/arena signage, official university publications, Internet sites,digital media, hospitality, radio and television programming as well as game-day events. To learn moreabout Learfield Sports, which is an operating unit of Learfield Communications, Inc., visitlearfieldsports.com.
 
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT...................................... DAVE ROACHColgate University1
st
VICE PRESIDENT...................DAN GUERREROUCLA2
nd
VICE PRESIDENT...............KEVIN ANDERSONUniversity of Maryland3
rd
VICE PRESIDENT.......................... MIKE ALDENUniversity of MissouriSECRETARY.......................................DAVID STAIREvangel University
PAST PRESIDENTS
1965-66..............................................JIM CORBETTLouisiana State University1966-67.............................................DICK LARKINSOhio State University1967-68............................................BOB BRONZANSan Jose State University1968-69.........................................MARSH TURNERJohns Hopkins University1969-70.................................................BILL ORWIGIndiana University1970-71............................................ AL TWITCHELLRutgers University1971-72....................................................BUD JACKUniversity of Utah1972-73.........................................CECIL COLEMANUniversity of Illinois1973-74.............................................. JOHN WINKINColby College1974-75............................................HARRY FOUKEUniversity of Houston1975-76...................................................BILL ROHROhio University1976-77........................................STAN MARSHALLSouth Dakota State University1977-78..................................................BILL FLYNNBoston College1978-79.............................................. FRED MILLERArizona State University1979-80....................................... BEN CARNEVALECollege of William & Mary1980-81..............................................JOHN TONERUniversity of Connecticut1981-82...................................................MIKE LUDEUniversity of Washington1982-83.............................................GEORGE KINGPurdue University1983-84...............................................BOB KARNESDrake University1984-85...............................................JOHN CLUNEU.S. Air Force Academy1985-86.....................................ANDY MOORADIANUniversity of New Hampshire1986-87...............................................HOMER RICEGeorgia Institute of Technology1987-88...............................................CARL MILLERUniversity of the Pacific1988-89..................................GARY CUNNINGHAMFresno State1989-90........................................... JACK LENGYELU.S. Naval Academy1990-91.................................. FRANK WINDEGGERTexas Christian University1991-92................................................. BILL BYRNEUniversity of Oregon1992-93...................................................JIM JONESOhio State University1993-94...................................... JOHN SWOFFORDUniversity of North Carolina1994-95...........................................EUGENE SMITHIowa State University1995-96................................W. JAMES COPELANDSouthern Methodist University1996-97.....................................BARBARA HEDGESUniversity of Washington1997-98...........................................VINCE DOOLEYUniversity of Georgia1998-99..........................................JIM LIVENGOODUniversity of Arizona1999-2000......................................DAVE HART, JR.Florida State University2000-01...........................................DEBORAH YOWUniversity of Maryland2001-02.........................................BILL BRADSHAWDePaul University2002-03......................................JOE CASTIGLIONEUniversity of Oklahoma2003-04..................................................JUDY ROSEUniversity of North Carolina Charlotte2004-05.........................................GENE DeFILIPPOBoston College2005-06................................................ TIM CURLEYPenn State University2006-07............................................. LEE McELROYUniversity at Albany2007-08...............................................KEVIN WHITEUniversity of Notre Dame2008-09............................................JOAN CRONANUniversity of Tennessee2009-10.......................................RANDY SPETMANFlorida State University
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