NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The University of the Sciences women currently stand in second place in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Sportsmanship standings through the fall season, while the men are ninth, the league offices announced on Wednesday.
Thanks to strong sportsmanship from volleyball and cross country, the women have an average of 14.33 points, trailing only leaders Nyack (18.67). The Devils are more than a point clear of third-place Caldwell (13.00), and nearly four points ahead of fourth-place Goldey-Beacom (10.50).
Women's volleyball earned the second-most sportsmanship points in the league with 24, trailing only Nyack's 38, while women's cross country's 14 points were the third most amongst the 14-team conference.
Rounding out the USciences women's average was tennis, who totaled five points.
The only Devils men's team to tally points was men's cross country, who garnered six.
Updated CACC Sportsmanship standings will be released following the conclusion of the winter season.