Endicott College Currently Leads the CCC Women’s All-Sports Trophy Standings

Endicott College Currently Leads the CCC Women’s All-Sports Trophy Standings

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - After the fall 2013 season, the women's athletics program at Endicott College is currently leading the conference in the 2013-14 Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Women's All-Sports Trophy. The men's athletics program at Roger Williams University is currently leading the conference in the 2013-14 CCC Men's All-Sports Trophy.

The all-sports trophies will be awarded annually to the schools which perform the best across the board in league competition. Points are awarded based on CCC championships and CCC runner-up finishes at the conference tournament followed by the regular season finish of the remaining teams. In each sport, the CCC champion will receive 10 points and the CCC runner-up will receive nine points. The regular season finish will be used to determine points for the remaining teams in each sport from eight points down including all ties. After the total points are calculated, points will then be divided by the number of CCC sports that the school sponsors to arrive at an average score.

Endicott leads the women's first All-Sports Trophy after compiling an average of 8.60 points. The Gulls earned conference titles in both women's soccer and women's tennis along with a runner-up finish in volleyball to take control of the fall standings.

The University of New England is currently in second with an average of eight points, followed by Roger Williams University (7.80), Gordon College (6.80), Salve Regina University (5.90), Nichols College (4.88), Wentworth Institute of Technology (4.83), Western New England University (4.70), Curry College (4.00), and Eastern Nazarene College (3.75).

This is the first year that the CCC will be awarding all-sports trophies. The final standings will be determined on the basis of each school's finish at the championship and the regular season standings in the eight CCC women's sports. The standings will be updated after the winter to include basketball and then again in the spring to include women's lacrosse and softball.

2013-14 CCC Women's All-Sports Trophy Standings (through 2013 Fall Season)

School

Cross

Country

Field

Hockey

Soccer

Tennis

Volleyball

Basketball

Lacrosse

Softball

Total Points

      #

of Sports

Average

(total points/#of sports)

Endicott

7

7

10

10

9

-

-

-

43

5

8.60

Univ. of New England

10

9

6.5

-

6.5

-

-

-

32

4

8.00

Roger Williams

9

4

8

8

10

-

-

-

39

5

7.80

Gordon

6

10

9

6

3

-

-

-

34

5

6.80

Salve Regina

8

7

1.5

5

8

-

-

-

29.5

5

5.90

Nichols

2

7

1.5

9

-

-

-

-

19.5

4

4.88

Wentworth

-

-

6.5

4

4

-

-

-

14.5

3

4.83

Western New Eng.

5

5

4

3

6.5

-

-

-

23.5

5

4.70

Curry

4

-

3

7

2

-

-

-

16

4

4.00

Eastern Nazarene

3

-

5

2

5

-

-

-

15

4

3.75