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University of Portland Remains Atop 2010-11 WCC Commissioner's Cup Race

Nov. 24, 2010

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SAN BRUNO, CALIF. - With the 2010 West Coast Conference volleyball season complete, the University of Portland remains in sole possession of the lead for the 2010-11 West Coast Conference Commissioner's Cup, presented by Comcast Cable. By winning the volleyball championship, the University of San Diego moved into second place in the women's standings with 16.5 points.

San Diego won the West Coast Conference volleyball title with an impressive 13-1 mark during conference play. As a result of their success on the court, the Toreros moved into second place in the women's standings with 16.5 points.

Overall, the Pilots now have 31.5 Commissioner's Cup points after the fall season (men's and women's cross country, men's and women's soccer, and volleyball). Portland maintains a four-point cushion over second place Santa Clara (27.5 points). Loyola Marymount remains third with 26.0 points, followed by San Diego (23.5), San Francisco (20.0), Gonzaga and Saint Mary's (15.0 each), and Pepperdine (13.5).

The next Commissioner's Cup update, presented by Comcast Cable, will come after the men's and women's basketball seasons conclude at the 2011 Zappos.com West Coast Conference Basketball Championships at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas on March 4-7, 2011.

2010-11 West Coast Conference Commissioner's Cup, presented by Comcast Cable
Standings (as of 11/23/10)

Overall
1. Portland 31.5

2. Santa Clara 27.5
3. Loyola Marymount 26.0
4. San Diego 23.5
5. San Francisco 20.0
6t. Gonzaga 15.0
6t. Saint Mary's 15.0
8. Pepperdine 13.5

Men's All-Sports
1. Portland 13.0
2. Santa Clara 12.5
3. Loyola Marymount 11.5
4. San Francisco 9.0
5. San Diego 7.0
6t. Gonzaga 5.0
6t. Saint Mary's 5.0
8. Pepperdine 1.0

Women's All-Sports
1. Portland 18.5
2. San Diego 16.5
3. Santa Clara 15.0
4. Loyola Marymount 14.5
5. Pepperdine 12.5
6. San Francisco 11.0
7t. Gonzaga 10.0
7t. Saint Mary's 10.0