Finishes Well in Sears
Moravian’s athletics teams brought the College to an 82nd-place
finish, its highest ever, in the 2001-2002 NCAA Division III Sears
Directors’ Cup final standings.
With 174 points, Moravian was in the top third of the 270 schools
that scored this season and second among the 14 Middle Atlantic
Conference schools that received points. The only MAC school to
finish ahead of Moravian was Messiah College (25th place).
year marked the third straight time in the seven-year history
of the Sears Directors’ Cup that Moravian has cracked the
ranks of the top 100 in the nation. The Greyhounds were 94th
last year and 84th in 1999-2000. The Hounds tied for 101st the
years, for 141st in 1996-1997 and 114th overall in 1995-1996,
the first year of competition.
a school to receive points, its athletes must compete in
the NCAA National Championships (for individual sports) and
Tournament (for team sports).
earned 94 of its total points this spring, with the softball
team earning 30 points
when it tied for 33rd in the
women’s outdoor track and field team had two All-Americans
and tied for ninth at the national championships, which earned
74 points. Last fall, Moravian earned 80 points in women’s
cross country with a third-place finish at the national championships.