CLEVELAND – Chadron State finished 156th in the NCAA Division II Learfield Sports Directors' Cup Standings announced Wednesday by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics.
Grand Canyon, an affiliate member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, unseated Grand Valley State, the eight-time defending champion, to win this year's crown.
Adams State was the top-finishing RMAC school in sixth place.
To earn points, a school must qualify for NCAA postseason play in a particular sport. The maximum number of sports a school can earn points in is seven for men's sports and seven for women's, a total of 14.
Chadron State earned its points in men's and women's track and field and wrestling.
Last month, Chadron State finished 13th in the RMAC All-Sports Competition Cup. The Eagles, who won the RMAC Sportsmanship Cup last season, finished third in the standings this year.
—CSC Sports Information
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