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Boston College Finishes 76th In 2012-13 NACDA Director's Cup

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Worst finish since 1996.

Streeter Lecka

After tallying up the ZERO points awarded to the Boston College baseball team, the athletics department fell three spots in the final Director's Cup standings to finish the year in 76th place with 263 points. That ranking was the worst mark in the Director's Cup since 1996, the third year of the program.

2001: 51st
2002: 73rd
2003: 62nd
2004: 68th
2005: 57th
2006: 51st
2007: 58th
2008: 69th
2009: 75th
2010: 63rd
2011: 64th
2012: 60th
2013: 76th

Here is the breakdown of points earned by Boston College's varsity programs in 2012-13:

55 points - Women's cross country
55 - Women's ice hockey
50 - Women's soccer
28 - Fencing
25 - Women's lacrosse
25 - Men's soccer
25 - Men's hockey

And by season:

130.0 points - Fall
108.0 - Winter
25.0 - Spring

Stanford won this year's Director's Cup (duh), the 19th straight year the Cardinal has taken up the title. North Carolina led ACC member schools with an eighth-place finish, followed by Florida State at No. 11, Duke at No. 12 and Virginia at No. 20. BC's 76th place finish ranked 11th in the conference, ahead of only Wake Forest at No. 98. #BCvsWakeBingo #TheRivalry

2012-13 ACC Final Standings
8. North Carolina (1075.33)
11. Florida State (987.75)
12. Duke (969.60)
20. Virginia (845.50)
34. N.C. State (633.60)
36. Virginia Tech (629)
44. Maryland (503)
52. Clemson (440.50)
71. Miami (303)
74. Georgia Tech (282)
76. Boston College (263)
98. Wake Forest (172.50)

ACC newcomers Notre Dame, Syracuse and Pittsburgh placed ninth, 39th and 109th, respectively in this year's Cup standings. Louisville, which will join the ACC in July of 2014, placed 38th.

Thus ends a rather forgettable year in Boston College athletics.