GSAC All Sports Award presented by Dukes

2013-14 ALL SPORTS AWARD UPDATE

Biola Edging Concordia in GSAC All Sports Award presented by Duke's Through Fall

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.

Rank School Average
1. Biola 7.3
2. Concordia 7.2
3. The Master's 6.6
4. Westmont 6.2
5. Vanguard 5.6
6. Arizona Christian 4.1
7. San Diego Christian 3.9
8. Hope International 3.1

2012-13 ALL SPORTS AWARD RECAP

The GSAC All Sports Award presented by Duke's Restaurant in Huntington Beach has found a new home.  Westmont College has reclaimed the trophy after the award has resided with Azusa Pacific over the last 18 years.  The Warriors clinched the top spot in the standings with a pair of spring season championships (Women's Tennis and Men's Track and Field) along with a pair of second place finishes (Men's Tennis and Women's Track and Field).  Westmont increased its scoring average from the winter season from 6.93 to 7.21.

The Warriors also took home regular season titles in Men's Basketball and Women's Basketball during the winter season.

Concordia University finished in second place on the heels of its Softball Championship and three second place finishes in Women's Tennis, Baseball, and Men's Track and Field during the spring.  The Eagles had also won a Women's Volleyball title as well as a Men's Soccer title during the fall. 

Vanguard finished in third place in the standings, with a 6.65 average.  The Lions won the Men's Tennis title and finished second in Softball.  The Lions also had a Women's Soccer title in the Fall.

The Master's College (6.3), Biola University (5.88), Hope International University (5.0), San Diego Christian College (4.56) and Arizona Christian University (4.31) 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.

The final overall standings are listed below:

 
GSAC All Sports Award presented by Duke's Huntington Beach Standings 2012-13
Rank School Total Points No. Sports Average
1. Westmont 86.5 12 7.21
2. Concordia 92 13 7.08
3. Vanguard 86.5 13 6.65
4. The Master's 63 10 6.30
5. Biola 76.5 13 5.88
6. Hope International 40 8 5.00
7. San Diego Christian 36.5 8 4.56
8. Arizona Christian 56 13 4.31