NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The University of the Sciences currently stands in seventh place in the women's standings for the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Restaino Cup, as well as in a tie for 12th in the men's standings, as the league released the updated standings through the fall season on Tuesday.
Georgian Court are currently atop the women's standings with an average of 12.5833 points, while Wilmington leads the men's with an average 11.7500 points.
The USciences women hold an average of 8.667 points, less than .03 points behind sixth place Caldwell.
Leading the charge on the women's side was the women's tennis team, who earned 11.25 points for its fourth place finish in the regular season standings and eventual semifinal berth in the CACC Tournament. The semifinal appearance was the second in a row for University of the Sciences, something it had not accomplished since 2007.
Karla Miletic was named the first repeat CACC Women's Tennis Player of the Year since 2011-12 after going a perfect 7-0 in conference play and leading USciences with an 11-2 record, which included a 9-1 mark in dual play as the Devils' No. 1 player.
The women's cross country team was not far behind with nine points after its sixth place finish at the CACC Championships, its 10th consecutive finish in the top-half of the field.
Elizabeth Sauers earned All-CACC recognition for the second year in a row after placing third, just 1.4 seconds behind the second place finisher.
Rounding out the women's point total with 5.75 was the women's volleyball team, who finished its season with four CACC wins.
Sarah Miller led the league with 0.72 service aces per set and currently ranks first in Division II with just the final three rounds of the NCAA Tournament remaining.
On the men's side, the golf team earned 6.5 points after tying its best-ever finish of eighth at the CACC Championships. University of the Sciences carded a program-record 323 in the first round to help it record its best-ever two-day total of 671.
Austin Staiano became the first Devil - and just the second in program history - since Eric Jones in 2015 to card consecutive sub-80 rounds at the CACC Championship with two straight rounds of 79.
The men's cross country team received three points for its 12th place finish at the CACC Championships.
Johnathan Epstein finished just one second and once place out of All-CACC honors after crossing in 16th.
The next updated standings of the CACC's Restaino Cup will be released after the conclusion of the winter season.