CLEVELAND, Ohio - The final Division III Learfield Sports Directors' Cup standings were released on Thursday following the completion of all 12 spring sports. Stevenson was one of 14 institutions from the Middle Atlantic Conferences to be ranked, finishing in 73rd place with 246.50 points.
Williams won its third-straight Division III Learfield Sports Directors' Cup with 1,053 points and its 18th out of the last 20 awarded since 1995-96. Local rival Johns Hopkins came in second with 1,016.75 total points, scoring in the maximum 18 sports.
Messiah led the MAC with a conference-best 493.25 points to finish 28th. The Falcons earned 199 points during the fall season, 135.75 points during the winter and 158.50 points during the spring. They won six conference titles.
Stevenson earned 100 points during the fall, 50 during the winter and 96.50 during the spring. The Mustangs claimed five conference titles and made NCAA tournament appearances in men’s lacrosse, women’s basketball, women’s golf, women’s soccer and women's volleyball.
In addition, Devonte Williams became the first track and field All-American in team history, finishing seventh in the 200 meters.
Stevenson also won ECAC championships in football, field hockey, women's golf, men's basketball and men's volleyball.
Widener finished 89th with 201.50 points while FDU-Florham finished 107th with 176 points and Misericordia finished 111th with 172.50 points to round out the conference's top-5 finishers.
Final MAC Standings
28. Messiah, 493.25 points
73. STEVENSON, 246.50 points
89. Widener, 201.50 points
107. FDU-Florham, 176 points
111. Misericordia, 172.50 points
133. Wilkes, 141 points
159. Lebanon Valley, 123 points
172. Alvernia, 114 points
172. Eastern, 114 points
179. Delaware Valley, 112 points
251. Lycoming, 53 points
253. King’s, 51 points
254. DeSales, 50 points
323. Albright, 5 points