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Lindsey Wilson in 2nd place of MSC Presidents Cup Standings

By Christopher Coombs

Lindsey Wilson is in second place of the Mid-South Conference Presidents Cup following the fall season, conference officials announced on Wednesday.

After the completion of the men and women's cross country, football, men and women's soccer, and volleyball seasons, Lindsey Wilson earned 48 total points to sit just behind Cumberlands (KY) who is atop the standing with 49 points.

Points are awarded based on the final regular-season standings for each conference-sanctioned sport. The regular-season champion or event champion -- in the case where there is no regular season -- in each sport receives 10 points with second place receiving nine points, etc. At the conclusion of the 2018-19 season, the top seven male and top seven female team finishes for each institution will generate the institution's overall totals.

The women finished the fall season in a tie for first place with 24 points with Cumberlands in the Women's All-Sports Standings while the men racked up 24 points to take second place in the Men's All-Sports Standings.

In third is Cumberland (Tenn.) with 46.5 points followed by Campbellsville (Ky.) who sits in fourth place with 43 points while Georgetown (Ky.) is fifth with 37 points. Shawnee State (Ohio) is sixth with 32 points, Pikeville (Ky.) is seventh with 23.5 points and Life (Ga.) is eighth with 23 points.

Lindsey Wilson and Shawnee State captured the most fall championships, each taking home two fall conference titles as the Blue Raiders won the volleyball and women's soccer championships. LWC also secured nine points in men's soccer and football while adding six points in men's cross country and four on the women's side.

The winter edition of the MSC President's Cup standings -- which will include men and women's basketball, men and women's bowling, cheerleading, men and women's swimming, men and women's indoor track & field and wrestling -- is scheduled to be announced in March.

This story was posted on 2018-12-12 19:06:17
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