CLEVELAND – For the first time in the Learfield IMG College Directors’ Cup history, Keiser University takes home the Cup with 950 overall points. The Seahawks took home three NAIA titles – women’s soccer, women’s golf and women’s lacrosse – and finished second overall in both men’s and women’s tennis. Prior to this year’s Directors’ Cup win, Keiser finished in the top-four the past three seasons that the Cup was awarded.
Indiana Tech finishes second with 881.50 points, taking home four national championships – women’s bowling, men’s and women’s indoor track and field and women’s outdoor track and field.
In third is Indiana Wesleyan, finishing the year with 856.50 total points with five top-five finishes – women’s basketball, women’s cross country, cheer, men’s indoor track and field and women’s tennis.
Oklahoma City finishes fourth overall with 723.25 points, including a national championship in cheer and runner-up finish in dance.
Rounding out the top-five are the Knights of Marian with 717.25 points, including two third place showings, women’s soccer and men’s bowling.
At the conference level, the Mid-South and Crossroads League and The Sun Conference lead all conferences with a pair of institutions in the top-10.