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FSU is 11th in Director’s Cup after fall sports season

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Florida State soccer and women’s cross country has helped the overall athletics program take 11th place in the Director’s Cup standings.

FSU soccer earned a tie for fifth while women’s cross country placed 12th, helping the program accumulate 232.5 points. Men’s cross country, women’s volleyball and football also contributed to the Seminoles’ point total.

No. 6 Virginia (326) is the highest ranked ACC school. After No. 7 Penn State, ACC schools round out the next four schools: Louisville, Notre Dame, North Carolina and FSU.

Stanford leads the race with 594.5 points, followed by Michigan, Washington, Wisconsin and BYU.

Points will be awarded throughout the winter and spring and standings will be updated until the final rankings are released in June.

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  1. Jerry Kutz Reply

    So the ACC leads all conferences with five of the top 11 programs in the current Director’s Cup rankings and nine of the top 25. Surprisingly, the SEC had none in the top ten and only two in the top 25 (No. 13 Texas A&M and No. 24 Arkansas).
    Think about that. UF, which is usually in top 5, is ranked 30th in the current ranking.

    ACC Schools:
    No. 6 Virginia, No. 8 Louisville, No. 9 Notre Dame, No. 10 North Carolina, No. 11 Florida State, No. 14 Clemson, No. 15 BC, No. 16 NCState, No. 21 VTech.

    The Pac 10 Schools:
    2 in top 10 (No. 1 Stanford and No. 3 Washington) and six in top 25.

    The Big 10:
    3 in top ten (No. 2 Michigan, No. 4 Wisconsin, No. 7 Penn State) and five in top 25.

    Here’s a link to the complete list:
    https://nacda.com/documents/2020/1/15//Jan16DI.pdf?id=3854

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