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Eagles Rank a Close Third in Fall Commissioner's Cup Standings

Women's soccer's Cat Haufe and Hanna Randolph battle against Hope in BC's first NCAA tournament appearance
Women's soccer's Cat Haufe and Hanna Randolph battle against Hope in BC's first NCAA tournament appearance

2018 ODAC Fall Commissioner's Cup Standings

FOREST, Va. -
After a competitive fall season, Bridgewater College ranks a close third in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Fall Commissioner's Cup standings.

As determined by the ODAC Board of Directors, points for the ODAC Commissioner's Cups are based on regular-season standings in team sports and championship team finishes in individual/meet sports. Each institution has a total number of possible points it can collect based on its sport sponsorship. The total number of points earned is then divided by the total number of possible points to determine the rating for each institution.

Bridgewater ranks third overall with a ranking of 0.817, third in the men's standings at .833, and fourth in women's at .8061. In all three cases, BC is closer to second place than it is to the school behind it in the rankings.

In the Wooldridge Cup overall standings, Lynchburg collected 64.5 of a possible 74 points from its fall slate of six sponsored sports for a 0.872 overall rating. Washington & Lee is not far behind with a 0.848 mark after picking up 69.5 of 82 from activity in seven sports. The Eagles, also featuring a full allotment of seven sports, garnered a 0.817 rating at 67 points earned out of 82.

In the ODAC men's cup standings, Lynchburg missed out on just two points over its two sports- one point each- on the way to a 0.920 rating (23 of-25). Washington & Lee and Bridgewater both posted better than 0.800 ratings. The Generals earned 28.5 of 33 points from a full three sports for a 0.864 mark, while the Eagles were just one point back at 27.5 of 33 for a 0.833 rating.

The Eagles' fall season included a first place regular season finish for women's soccer, a tie for second place by the football team, a conference championship game appearance for men's soccer, and additional third place finishes by men's cross country, women's cross country and volleyball.

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