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NAIA Learfield Sports Directors Cup Standings

COLUMBIA, Ky. – In the final edition of the NAIA Learfield Sports Directors Cup, Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) finished second overall in the standings, while Campbellsville (Ky.) finished 21st in the standings, Learfield Sports and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) officials announced on Thursday.

All eight Mid-South Conference institutions scored in the standings this season and six finished in the top 100, following the final spring standings.

Lindsey Wilson maintained its spot in the rankings and finished the season in second place with 805 total points. In the spring, the Blue Raiders made national tournament appearances in softball, men's and women's tennis, and men's and women's track & field.

Campbellsville continued its climb up the standings for the Learfield Cup as it moved up four spots to 21st with 487.5 points overall. In the spring, the Tigers scored in baseball, women's golf, softball, men's and women's tennis and men's track & field.

Cumberlands (Ky.) slipped three spots to 35th after finishing the year with 430.5 points after compiling points from baseball, women's golf, softball and women's tennis.

Life (Ga.) moved down to 61st overall after a 34th-place finish at the women's track & field championship.

Shawnee State (Ohio) finished 85th with 194.5 points, followed by Cumberland (Tenn.) with 171 points, which is 92nd overall. Rounding out the MSC institutions is Georgetown (Ky.) with 115.50 points and tied for 115th and Pikeville (Ky.) is in 133rd with 95 points.

Oklahoma City won the Learfield Sports Directors' Cup with a total of 982 points, which was highlighted by four national championships for the Stars.

The Learfield Sports Directors' Cup was developed as a joint effort between the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and USA Today.  Points are awarded based on each institution's finish in the NAIA Championships.