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Spokane and Lower Columbia win 2018 Athletic Directors Cup

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The NWAC awards its Athletic Director’s Cup (Dr. Maury Ray Cup) to the school that performs the best in each of the conference’s 15 men’s and women’s regular seasons and championships.  Points are awarded in order of finish, equal to the number of teams that participate in each sport (i.e. 28 teams the scale would start at 28) and are averaged between a team’s regular season finish and its NWAC championship finish.  Teams that do not qualify for a postseason tournament, receive postseason points equal to their regular season finish.  Ties are not broken but instead are averaged between the tied teams.  Cups will be awarded to winners of two divisions (Large schools: 8-15 sports offered, Small schools: 1-7 sports offered).

At the conclusion of the sports year, the following are the season ending leaders:

Large School Division Points
1. Community Colleges of Spokane 156
2. Walla Walla Community College  112.5
3. Bellevue College     108.5
4. North Idaho College   107
5. Everett Community College 99
Small School Division Points
1. Lower Columbia College   102.5
2. Edmonds Community College 68.5
3. Centralia Community College 68
4. Peninsula College 67
5. Tacoma Community College  61.5

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