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BYU Leads 2014-15 Commissioner's Cup Standings at Conclusion of Winter Seasons

March 26, 2015

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. - At the conclusion of the 2014-15 West Coast Conference winter sports seasons, Brigham Young University owns a three point lead against Gonzaga University in the race for the 2014-15 West Coast Conference Commissioner's Cup - awarded annually to the WCC institution garnering the most success during Conference play.

After winning the women's cross country, women's soccer and volleyball championships to go along with runner-up showings in men's cross country and men's basketball, the Cougars have earned 53.5 Cup points. Gonzaga is second after the conclusion of winter play with 50.5 points after winning the men's and women's basketball regular season championships.

Gonzaga holds the top spot in the men's all-sports trophy race with 24.0 points, after capturing its 14th men's basketball title in 15 years. Saint Mary's College ranks second with 21.0 points.

BYU maintains a commanding lead in the women's all-sports trophy race with a score of 36.0 points, representing a sweep of the three fall championships. The University of San Diego is second in the women's race with 28.5 points.

Overall, the Cougars compiled 53.5 Commissioner's Cup points after the winter season, which include menʼs and womenʼs basketball. Gonzaga (50.5) is second, San Diego (47.5) is third and Santa Clara University (39.5) is fourth. The University of San Francisco (38.0) is fifth, while Saint Mary's (34.0) is sixth. Loyola Marymount University and the University of Portland are tied for seventh with 33.5 points. University of the Pacific (26.0) and Pepperdine University (25.0) round out the standings.

The next update in the race for the Commissioner's Cup will come after the menʼs and womenʼs tennis seasons conclude at the 2015 West Coast Conference Tennis Championships, held April 22-25 at the Barnes Tennis Complex in San Diego, Calif.

BYU captured the 2012-13 Commissioner's Cup and repeated the feat in 2013-14, snapping an unprecedented string of five consecutive won by San Diego. The Cougars ranked No. 15 in the 2014-15 Learfield Sports Director's Cup Division I Fall Standings.

2014-15 Commissioner's Cup Standings
(updated 3/16/15)
BYU 53.5
Gonzaga 50.5
San Diego 47.5
Santa Clara 39.5
San Francisco 38.0
Saint Mary's 34.0
Loyola Marymount 33.5
Portland 33.5
Pacific 26.0
Pepperdine 25.0
Men's All-Sports
Gonzaga 24.0
Saint Mary's 21.0
San Francisco 19.5
San Diego 19.0
BYU 17.5
Portland 17.0
Santa Clara 15.0
Loyola Marymount 13.5
Pepperdine 9.0
Pacific 5.5
Women's All-Sports
BYU 36.0
San Diego 28.5
Gonzaga 26.5
Santa Clara 24.5
Pacific 20.5
Loyola Marymount 20.0
San Francisco 18.5
Portland 16.5
Pepperdine 16.0
Saint Mary's 13.0