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OU leads in KCAC cup race

By The Herald Staff | 11/23/2012

WICHITA — Ottawa University is the leader in the inaugural Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Commissioner’s Cup after the fall season.

Ottawa has 49 points to lead the overall standings. The Braves were crowned volleyball and football champions, giving them 20 points. Ottawa finished second in women’s and men’s soccer while taking third in women’s cross-country and eighth in men’s cross-country.

WICHITA — Ottawa University is the leader in the inaugural Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Commissioner’s Cup after the fall season.

Ottawa has 49 points to lead the overall standings. The Braves were crowned volleyball and football champions, giving them 20 points. Ottawa finished second in women’s and men’s soccer while taking third in women’s cross-country and eighth in men’s cross-country.

The KCAC Commissioner’s Cup will be awarded annually as a symbol of excellence in athletics over 18 championship athletic events. Member institutions earn points for the finish of each varsity team in officially recognized conference sports.

Ottawa is the women’s leader with 27 points and the men are  third with 22 points.

Kansas Wesleyan is second overall with 47 points after both soccer teams won KCAC titles.

All official conference sports are scored equally. To be a conference sport there must be five member institutions competing in that sport at the varsity level.

The school with the highest point total at the end of each school year will be awarded the Cup.

Overall Fall Sports

Ottawa 49, Kansas Wesleyan 47, Tabor 44, Friends 40, Sterling 34, Saint Mary 34, McPherson 33, Southwestern 30, Bethany 18, Bethel 14.

Women’s Fall Sports

Ottawa 27, Kansas Wesleyan 24, Friends 21, Tabor 19, McPherson 19, Sterling 18, Southwestern 15, Saint Mary 14, Bethel 10, Bethany 6.

Men’s Fall Sports

Tabor 25, Kansas Wesleyan 23, Ottawa 22, Saint Mary 20, Friends 19, Sterling 16, Southwestern, 15, McPherson 14, Bethany 12, Bethel 4.

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