Mountaineers Rank 22nd in Directors’ Cup
With six fall sports completed, West Virginia University currently stands in 22nd place in the 2019-20 Learfield IMG College Directors’ Cup standings.
The Mountaineers have compiled 141 points this fall – 64 in women’s soccer, 50 in men’s soccer and 27 in cross country.
West Virginia is the highest ranked Big 12 school in the standings. Texas (31st), Oklahoma State (34th), Kansas (39th), Iowa State (46th), Texas Tech (79th) and TCU (106th) are the other Big 12 schools ranked.
Stanford is in first place with 494.5 points, followed by Michigan (316), Virginia (277), BYU (263) and Washington (244).
West Virginia finished with a school best 30th-place finish in 2008 in the Directors’ Cup standings.
The Learfield IMG College Directors’ Cup was developed as a joint effort between the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and USA Today. Points are awarded based on each institution’s finish in NCAA Championships.