UNH RANKS 81ST IN NACDA DIRECTORS' CUP STANDINGS
STANDINGS

WESTLAKE, Ohio
– The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics recently announced that the University of New Hampshire ranks 81st out of 365 Division I schools in the NACDA Directors’ Cup standings at the end of the winter sport season.
   
The Wildcats have amassed 162 points, including the 25 points they tallied during the fall season. The ski team, which stands 11th overall, provided 57 points, while the third-ranked women’s hockey team supplied 55 points and the ninth-ranked men’s hockey team kicked in another 25.
   
UNH stacks up well against schools it competes with, as well as others in its geographical area. The Wildcats are the top team in America East, rank second in the Colonial Athletic Association, are third in Hockey East and fifth overall in the New England area.
   
The Wildcats are assured more points in the spring season after the women’s lacrosse team earned an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament.

NACDA’s first spring release will be handed out May 29, while the final standings will be announced at the completion of the spring season. For more information, including complete standings and scoring structure, visit www.nacda.com.
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