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Stanford women and men win Capital One Division I Sports College Cup

Stanford women and men on top the combined Capital One Division I Sports College Cup, with the women first in its standings and the men third

Runner-up was Southern California, with Oklahoma winning five national championships, Stanford four

Arnie Leshin

By ARNIE LESHIN | June 17, 2017

Stanford not only won another women’s Capital One Division I Sports College Cup, but the Cardinal also had the best combined score.

On top the standings with a final score of 175.5 to finish well ahead of runner-up Southern California (129), the Stanford men took third with a 94.5 score to bring a combined score of 270, again well ahead of the Trojans who scored 185.

Third in the combined total with 159 was North Carolina. Its Tar Heel men were second with 100 and its women in a tie for tenth with UCLA, each putting together scores of 59.

Florida (87) finished third among the women, Oregon (84) was fourth, South Carolina (82) fifth, followed by Oklahoma (80), Maryland and Washington with 75 each, and Texas 11th with 54.

In the men’s final standings, Denver had a score of 85 to place fourth, followed by Clemson (78), Oklahoma (70), James Madison (60), Oregon (56), Wake Forest (53) and Maryland 10th with 48.

North Carolina took third in the combined scores with 159, next came Oklahoma with 150, Maryland with 147, Ohio State with 144, Oregon with 140, and Florida eighth with 132.

One hundred schools made the annual list.

NCAA Division I Champions 2016-17:

Women’s Basketball … South Carolina.

Men’s Basketball … North Carolina.

Women’s Softball … Oklahoma.

Men’s Baseball … To be decided.

Women’s Cross Country … Oregon.

Men’s Cross Country … Northern Arizona.

Women’s Indoor Track & Field … Oregon.

Men’s Indoor Track & Field … Texas.

Women’s Outdoor Track & Field … Oregon.

Men’s Outdoor Track & Field … Florida.

Women’s Golf … Oklahoma.

Men’s Golf … Oklahoma.

Women’s Field Hockey … Delaware.

Women’s Ice Hockey … Clarkson.

Men’s Ice Hockey … Denver.

Women’s Lacrosse … Maryland.

Men’s Lacrosse … Maryland.

Women’s Water Polo … Stanford.

Men’s Water Polo … California.

Women’s Skiing … Utah.

Men’s Skiing … Utah.

Women’s Swimming-Diving … Stanford.

Men’s Swimming-Diving … Texas.

Women’s Bowling … Nebraska.

Women’s Soccer … Southern Cal.

Men’s Soccer … Stanford.

Women’s Rowing … Washington.

Men’s Football … Clemson.

Women’s Fencing … North Dakota.

Men’s Wrestling … Penn State.

Women’s Rifle … West Virginia.

Women’s Gymnastics … Oklahoma.

Men’s Gymnastics … Oklahoma.

Women’s Beach Volleyball … Southern Cal.

Women’s Indoor Volleyball … Stanford.

Men’s Indoor Volleyball … Ohio State.

Women’s Tennis … Florida.

Men’s Tennis … Virginia.

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