Director’s Cup standings shows toughness of GLIAC
Mlive.com’s Sandy Gholston:
“Having had a chance to view the final standings of the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup, won by Grand Valley State University for the seventh consecutive year, it’s clear that the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference is a competitive league (if not an elite conference).
The GLIAC had five schools that ranked among the top 52 in the country (and, obviously, the other four schools are not Grand Valley). Grand Valley dominated with an eye-popping 1021.50 points. Also from the GLIAC, Ashland University was seventh with 636.75 points, Wayne State University was 21st with 454.50 points, University of Findlay was 34th with 392.25 points and Hillsdale College was 52nd with 317.50 points. It’s quite impressive to see all of these GLIAC schools competing at the highest level of Division II and representing the league well.”