S&T finishes fifth among GLVC schools in final Director’s Cup standings

Missouri S&T’s athletic program finished fifth among the 15 institutions in the Great Lakes Valley Conference for the 2010-11 season in the final Learfield Sports Director’s Cup standings.


The program finished 92nd overall among the 284 NCAA Division II institutions, putting it in the top one-third of all schools in the division. S&T scored points in five sports in NCAA championship competition during the most recent year, earning points in men’s soccer, swimming, women’s basketball, men’s track and field and baseball. The ninth-place finishes recorded by the swimming and men’s soccer teams were the highest among them to help S&T finish with 213 points overall.
Missouri S&T finished behind only Drury, Indianapolis, Northern Kentucky and Lewis among the GLVC schools this year.

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