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Lindsey Wilson captures MSC President's Cup

By Charlie Balcom

For the fifth year in a row, Lindsey Wilson has captured the Mid-South Conference President's Cup, conference officials announced on Wednesday.

The Blue Raiders scored 115 out of a possible 120 points in the all-sports competition during the 2015-16 academic year en route to a fifth consecutive President's Cup. The run of five straight began back during the 2011-12 season. Lindsey Wilson also captured the title during the 2006-07 season.



Points are awarded based on the final regular season standings for each conference-sanctioned sport. The regular season champion in each sport receives 10 points with second place receiving nine points, etc. At the conclusion of the 2015-16 season, the top six male and top six female team finishes for each institution will generate the institution's overall totals.

Campbellsville (KY ) finishes second with 110.5 points followed by Cumberlands (KY) in third with 103.5 points. Pikeville (Ky.) ends in fourth with 92 points while Georgetown finishes fifth with 88.5 points.

Cumberland's (TN) 84 points is good enough for sixth followed by Shawnee State's (Ohio) 73 points, St. Catharine's (KY) 67.5 points and Life's (GA) 49.5 points.

In the spring championships, Lindsey Wilson captured four outright titles and tied for a fifth. The Blue Raiders won the men and women's tennis regular season crowns and the men and women's track & field championships. Lindsey Wilson tied with Campbellsville for the regular season baseball title.

In addition to sharing the baseball title, Campbellsville won the softball regular season championship.

Cumberlands captured the final two spring championships, winning both men and women's golf regular season titles.

Overall, Lindsey Wilson won or shared eight conference titles in 2015-16. Campbellsville is next in line with five, Cumberlands won four, Pikeville boasts three titles, Georgetown and Shawnee State each won two and Life captured one title during the season. Cumberlands leads all Mid-South institutions with six outright cups and a tie for a seventh.


This story was posted on 2016-05-04 14:26:05
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