Stanford won it's 17th straight Director's Cup, but some fans are questioning the "fairness" of the way NACDA scores sports for points. So how did Stanford compare to the rest of the Pac-12 in only sports that are played at other conference schools?
With the second-place finish by the women in NCAA rowing, Stanford has guaranteed itself of a 17th-straight Director's Cup. In the Capital One Cup, the women lead 2nd place Cal 112-88, while the men are in fourth with 59 points behind Auburn (70) and UConn and Eastern Washington (60). Both men and women may be able to improve their standings dependent upon their finishes in baseball and track and field.
Guess creating the Capital One Cup because Stanford dominated the Director's Cup didn't work out so well for everyone else, did it?