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Stanford still leads in the Director's Cup

Original post made on Apr 12, 2013

Stanford maintains the lead in the NCAA Division I Learfield Director's Cup following a seventh-place finish in men's swimming and diving, eighth place in women's swimming and diving and fencing, ninth place in women's basketball, 30th in men's track and field and 38th place in wrestling. The Cardinal has 749.50 total points.

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Posted by GoStanford
a resident of Stanford
on Apr 12, 2013 at 12:30 pm

They should rename this the Stanford Director's Cup. Winning it for the 18th year in a row!


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