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UNC Finishes 8th in Director's Cup Standings

Down from last season but still pretty darn good. The NACDA has announced the final standings for the 2011-12 Learfield Director's Cup with UNC finishing 8th overall and second among ACC team. The...

UNC 8th in Director's Cup Standing Following Winter Sports Season

The Learfield Sports Director's Cup standings were updated on Thursday and UNC is sitting eighth overall following the conclusion of the winter sports. The full standings can be found here. UNC was...

UNC Finishes Sixth In Director's Cup Standings

I think it might be time to add water polo and give Stanford a run for its money. The final Learfield Sports Director's Cup Standings are out and UNC finished sixth overall. The Heels, who were as...

UNC Finishes 2nd In Director's Cup

And the Heels would have beaten Stanford is it were not for the Cardinal and their freaking rowing team. Well not really since it was a 270 point deficit. Still, UNC had an excellent year overall. ...

Rutgers struggles in Director's Cup rankings

If you ever wondered why Rutgers spends so much money on athletics, part of the reason is because a lot of its programs need the help. Rutgers has struggled in Director's Cup rankings for a while now, and 2011 was no exception, as Rutgers finished 158th; supposedly the lowest ranking for any BCS conference team that plays football. The Scarlet Knights only received points on the year for women's basketball and wrestling. Some athletic department programs that usually do well, like track & field and women's soccer, had down years in '10-'11. RU fell from 96th last year, This ranking is more of an indictment of former athletic director Bob Mulcahy's handling of the athletic department's Olympic sports (besides wrestling) than anything else. Tim Pernetti has hired new coaches for programs like men's soccer, soccer, and now lacrosse, and cannot be fairly judged in those areas until the new hires have a chance to rebuild and establish themselves.

Breaking Down Boston College In The 2010-2011 Directors' Cup

A look at how the Boston College Eagles athletics programs finished in the final 2010-2011 NACDA Learfield Sports Directors' Cup standings.

Virginia will finish a school-best THIRD in the Directors Cup

It’s official. Virginia has scored more points in the Director’s Cup than ever before, and there are still points a’comin. The ‘Hoos are currently in third in the most recent Director’s...

Accolades Around Cavalier Nation

It was another successful week around Cavalier Nation, as regular seasons came to a close and the final players of the week were announced. A look around the various successful Virginia sports...

Tweet of the Day: Texas A&M coach Mark Turgeon

Was reminded today that A&M athletics finished #6 in the country in the director's cup standings. Highest finish ever and tops in Big 12. via @CoachTurgeon

BC Finishes 63rd In Directors Cup And The Big Finish

Boston College finishes 63rd in the 2010 Directors' Cup Standings. A look back at the last ten years of results and a look forward to what the goals of the BC Athletic Department should be.

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