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EOU ranks 27th in Learfield standings

Eastern Oregon University Athletics ranked No. 27 in the first rating of the Spring in the NAIA Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings Thursday.

The Mountaineers have a total of 377.25 points in 2011-12, which is the fourth highest point total in the Cascade Collegiate Conference. Eastern collected 113.25 points in the Spring, all courtesy of EOU women’s and men’s track and field championships. Eastern Oregon grabbed 224 points in the winter from women’s and men’s basketball.

The conference has Concordia (10th overall - 594.25 points), The College of Idaho (20th overall - 434.00 points), Southern Oregon (26th overall - 379.50 points), Eastern Oregon (27th overall - 377.25 points), Oregon Tech (69th overall - 171.50 points), Northwest Christian (108th overall - 118.50 points), Northwest (113th overall - 111.00 points), and Corban (136th overall – 75 points).

Each of the nine schools except Northwest earned points during the spring season, as Concordia tallied a conference-leading 222.50 points thanks to a runner-up finish in women’s track & field, fourth place showing in men’s track & field, and 12th place finish in women’s golf.

The College of Idaho is the lone CCC school that will move up in the final Learfield Cup Standings, as the Coyotes will earn points thanks to their showing at the Avista-NAIA World Series.

Seven-time defending Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup champions Azusa Pacific are currently sitting in first place with a combined 1,054.00 points followed by Shorter (Ga.), Lindsey Wilson (Ky.), Embry-Riddle (Fla.), and Oklahoma Baptist to round out the Top 5 teams.

Among the conferences in the NAIA, the Golden State Athletic Conference (GSAC) has six teams ranked in the Top 25 that includes Azusa Pacific, Fresno Pacific (6th), Concordia-Irvine (8th), Biola (12th), Westmont (17th), and Point Loma Nazarene (21st). The GSAC and Sooner Conference each have three teams ranked inside the Top 10.

The Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup was developed as a joint effort between the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and USA Today.  The final NAIA Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings will be released June 13.

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