2016-17 Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Final Standings
Following the completion of the 2016-17 NCAA Division III competition season, four North Coast Athletic Conference schools ranked in the top-65 of the Learfield Directors' Cup standings, led by Kenyon ranking 37th out of 325 eligible institutions with 415.00 total points. Schools must have competed in an NCAA Championship during the academic year in order to compile points in the standings.
Denison was the next highest NCAC institution in 48th with 354.00 points, followed by Wittenberg in 52nd with 341.00 and DePauw in 62nd with 309.50 total points.
Ohio Wesleyan cracked the top-125 in 122nd-place with 162.00 points, while Allegheny and Wabash also finished inside the top-200 in 156th (121.50) and 162nd (117.00), respectively.
In addition, Oberlin checked in at 205th with 78.50 points and Wooster tied for 209th with 75.00 total points.
Williams captured its 20th overall Division III Learfield Directors' Cup title after accumulating 1,335.25 during the 2016-17 academic year.
The Learfield 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 up to 18 sports in Division III – nine women’s and nine men’s.