GSAC - Mon, Jan. 6, 2014

Biola University leads the GSAC All Sports Competition presented by Duke's Huntington Beach by a hair over Concordia University through the Fall Sports season.

Biola has averaged 7.3 points over the five fall sports led by a first place finish in Women's Cross Country and second place finishes in Men's Soccer and Women's Volleyball.  Concordia has averaged 7.2 points over the same time frame with three championships occuring in Women's Volleyball, Men's Soccer and Women's Soccer. 

The Master's College is the only other GSAC school to claim a Fall Championship, winning the Men's Cross Country title.  The Mustangs rest in third place in the All Sports standings with a 6.6-point average.

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.

The All Sports Award is presented by Duke's restaurant in Huntington Beach for the second consecutive season.

3.The Master's6.6
6.Arizona Christian4.1
7.San Diego Christian3.9
8.Hope International3.1