The GSAC All Sports Award presented by Duke's Restaurant in Huntington Beach will stay in Santa Barbara one more year. Westmont College has defended its title with a 6.83 point-average and will keep the trophy edging Concordia University by .02 in the final standings.
The Warriors clinched the top spot with a spring season championship in Men's Track and Field. It was the only regular season championship of the season for the Warriors, however they were able to claim four second place finishes (Women's Track and Field, Men's Tennis, Women's Tennis and Women's Soccer).
Concordia University finished in second place (6.81 point-average) on the heels of four regular season championships in the sports of Women's Volleyball, Men's Soccer, Women's Soccer and Softball.
Vanguard University finished in third place in the standings, with a 6.77 point-average. The Lions won both basketball regular season championships and both tennis regular season championships.
Biola University (6.54), The Master's College (6.30), San Diego Christian College (4.50), Arizona Christian University (4.27), and Hope International University (4.14) round out the GSAC All Sports standings.
Schools are awarded 8 points for winning the conference title, 7 points for placing second and so on down the line. Schools are also given one point for each sport they sponsor in the conference. The total points are then divided by the number of sports to arrive at the scoring average.
This is the second year Duke's in Huntington Beach has been a partner with the conference and sponsored the award.
The final overall standings are listed below:
|Rank||School||Total Points||No. Sports||Average|
|5.||The Master's College||63||10||6.30|
|6.||San Diego Christian College||40.5||9||4.50|
|7.||Arizona Christian University||55.5||13||4.27|
|8.||Hope International University||45.5||11||4.14|