NCAC All-Sports Trophy

DePauw Maintains Lead In NCAC All-Sports Race After Winter Season (3/11/15)

2014-15 NCAC Winter All-Sports Update

DePauw University won one outright winter sport league championship to go along with four additional top-five finishes to maintain its lead in the race for the 2014-15 North Coast Athletic Conference All-Sports Championship.

  The Tigers secured their fourth-straight league title in women's basketball after finishing the conference portion of the schedule with an unblemished 16-0 record. DePauw also finished in the top-five in men's swimming & diving (third), women's swimming & diving (third), men's basketball (fourth) and men's indoor track & field (fourth), to go along with a seventh-place finish in women's indoor track & field to earn 97.0 points and a six-point lead over Ohio Wesleyan (91.0) in the race for the coveted Dennis M. Collins All-Sports Trophy. The Battling Bishops won their first men's basketball championship since the 1987-88 season and successfully defended their league crown in women's indoor track & field for the ninth year in a row.

Denison, which captured its seventh-straight league titles in both men's and women's swimming & diving, is four-and-a-half points behind Ohio Wesleyan in third-place with 86.5 points. Wittenberg placed fourth (81.5) after finishing second in women's basketball, while Oberlin is fifth (71.5) with three top-four finishes and Kenyon is sixth (69.0) after finishing second in both men's and women's swimming & diving. Allegheny is seventh with 63.5 points, followed by Wooster (57.0), Wabash (52.0) and Hiram (31.0). The Little Giants successfully defended their conference title in men's indoor track & field for the fifth year in a row.

The All-Sports champion earns the Dennis M. Collins All-Sports Trophy, given annually to the school that performs the best across the NCAC's 23 sports. Ten points are awarded for a first-place finish, nine for a second, eight for a third, and so on. Men's and women's performances are combined, exemplifying the North Coast's commitment to equity and balance among programs. Wooster won three of the first four All-Sports championships, interrupted only by Denison in year two. Ohio Wesleyan followed with a six-year run, leading to titles by Wooster (twice), Wittenberg (once), Denison (nine), OWU (twice), and a tie between Denison and OWU in 2009. Wittenberg earned its second All-Sports title in 2010, followed  by Denison in 2011, DePauw in 2012 and Denison again in each of the last two academic years.

Ohio Wesleyan leads the way with 143 team championships during the NCAC's 31 playing seasons. Denison is next with 130 titles, followed by Allegheny (111), Kenyon (103) , Wittenberg (88), Wooster (78), Wabash (19), DePauw (16), Oberlin (14), and Hiram (2).

North Coast Athletic Conference 2014-15 All-Sports Standings
(FALL)

  School Points
1. DePauw 97.0
2. Ohio Wesleyan 91.0
3.  Denison 86.5
4. Wittenberg 81.5
5. Oberlin 71.5
6. Kenyon 69.0
7. Allegheny 63.5
8. Wooster 57.0
9. Wabash 52.0
10. Hiram 31.0
Note: Wabash is an all-male institution

All-Sports Winners

2013-14 - Denison
2012-13 - Denison
2011-12 - DePauw
2010-11 - Denison
2009-10 - Wittenberg
2008-09 - Denison, Ohio Wesleyan
2007-08 - Ohio Wesleyan
2006-07 - Ohio Wesleyan
2005-06 - Denison
2004-05 - Denison
2003-04 - Denison
2002-03 - Denison
2001-02 - Denison
2000-01 - Denison
1999-00 - Denison
1998-99 - Denison
1997-98 - Denison
1996-97 - Wooster
1995-96 - Wittenberg
1994-95 - Wooster
1993-94 - Ohio Wesleyan
1992-93 - Ohio Wesleyan
1991-92 - Ohio Wesleyan
1990-91 - Ohio Wesleyan
1989-90 - Ohio Wesleyan
1988-89 - Ohio Wesleyan
1987-88 - Wooster
1986-87 - Wooster
1985-86 - Denison
1984-85 - Wooster

All-Sports Results

2013-14
2012-13

2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
2007-08
2006-07
2005-06
2004-05
2003-04
2002-03
2001-02
2000-01
1999-00
1998-99
1997-98
1996-97
1995-96
1994-95
1993-94
1992-93
1991-92
1990-91
1989-90
1988-89
1987-88
1986-87
1985-86
1984-85

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