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LWC captures 6th-straight Mid-South Conference President's Cup

Cumberlands leads all MSC institutions with eight cups after winning seven outright and tied for one more. Lindsey Wilson's seven cups is second most in the conference, followed by Georgetown with two outright cups and it shared a third and a fourth cup. Campbellsville won the President's Cup twice and Cumberland owns one.
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By Charlie Balcom
News from Lindsey Wilson College

COLUMBIA, KY - (Wed 03 May 2017) - For the sixth year in a row, Lindsey Wilson has captured the Mid-South Conference President's Cup, conference officials announced on Wednesday.

The Blue Raiders scored 119 points out of a possible 120 points in the all-sports competition to capture the seventh overall cup in school history. Lindsey Wilson scored a perfect 60 points on the women's side, while garnering 59 points in men's sports.


Points are awarded based on the final regular season standings for each conference-sanctioned sport. The regular season champion in each sport receives 10 points with second place receiving nine points, etc. At the conclusion of the 2016-17 season, the top six male and top six female team finishes for each institution will generate the institution's overall totals.

Campbellsville (KY) and Cumberlands (KY) finished tied for second with 107.5 (KY) was fourth overall with 87.5 points. Shawnee State (Ohio) finished with 86 points to place fifth in the standings, followed by Cumberland (Tenn.) with 85 points.

Rounding out the President's Cup standings is Pikeville (KY) and Life (GA) with 83.5 and 64.5 points, respectively.

In the spring, Lindsey Wilson won six out of a possible eight conference regular season titles outright. The Blue Raiders won championships in men's and women's track & field, men's and women's tennis, men's golf and softball.

Campbellsville won the baseball regular season title, while Cumberlands captured the women's golf championship this season.

During the 2016-17 season, Lindsey Wilson won or shared 14 conference championships.

Cumberlands won the second-most conference championships this season with four, followed by Pikeville and Shawnee State with three each. Campbellsville won two championships this season, while Georgetown and Life each won a conference title.

Cumberlands leads all MSC institutions with eight cups after winning seven outright and tied for one more. Lindsey Wilson's seven cups is second most in the conference, followed by Georgetown with two outright cups and it shared a third and a fourth cup. Campbellsville won the President's Cup twice and Cumberland owns one.


This story was posted on 2017-05-03 15:43:12
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