The GSAC was the top-finishing conference in the final fall NAIA Learfield Directors' Cup standings with three teams in the top 10.
Concordia is third with 206 points by earning a semifinal finish in volleyball, competing in the quarterfinals in women's soccer and advancing to the final site in men's soccer. The Master's placed seventh receiving 191 points by advancing to the semifinals in volleyball, participating in the NAIA Opening Round of women's soccer, and finishing in 14th and 15th place in women's and men's cross country, respectively. Biola finished in eighth with 175 points by earning second place in the NAIA Volleyball National Championship and placing third at cross country nationals. These three top-10 teams were closely followed by Westmont in eleventh place, which finished as the runner-up at the NAIA Women's Soccer National Championship and had top-20 finishes in volleyball and women's cross country. Vanguard also made the list at 33rd with appearances at the national championship final sites for women's soccer and volleyball.
The Learfield Sports Directors' Cup was developed as a joint effort between the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and USA Today. Points are awarded based on each institution's finish in up to 12 sports -- six women's and six men's.
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