Six teams from the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) rank in the final Fall standings of the 2018-19 Division III Learfield Director's Cup as recently announced by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA).
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) leads the SCIAC with 178 points and is slotted in 22nd place following a stellar fall season. CMS secured SCIAC regular season titles in men's soccer, and women's volleyball, while earning a co-title in football, and a conference championship in women's cross country. The Athenas' women's cross country team racked up 56 points and placed 18th overall, while the women's volleyball program totaled 50 points following a SCIAC postseason tournament crown. The Stags contributed 47 points in men's cross country with a 27th overall mark, while the football team garnered 25 points and finished 17th.
Sixth-Street rival Pomona-Pitzer ranked second among SCIAC schools with 139 points in the fall, and placed 30th overall. The Sagehens powered to a seventh place finish and 72 points in men's cross country, and picked up 25 points with a fifth place mark in men's water polo. The women's cross country team also secured 42 points and placed 32nd overall. The Pomona-Pitzer men's cross country team secured its second straight conference championship while the women's soccer team earned the top seed in the SCIAC Postseason Tournament.
Occidental secured 56 points following outstanding efforts in both women's cross country and women's soccer - picking up 25 points and a 33rd place finish in women's soccer en route to finishing 90th overall. The Tigers won the 2018 SCIAC tournament title, while the cross country team added 31 points and another 33rd place finish.
Redlands came in 127th overall with 31 points, thanks to 31 points in men's cross country, and added a co-title in football. Rounding out the SCIAC selections were California Lutheran and Chapman who each notched 25 points and placed in a tie for 132nd overall. The Regals earned 25 points in women's volleyball, while the Panthers secured their 25 points men's soccer following a conference tournament title.