Clemson 14th in Current Sears Cup Standings


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Clemson, SC-The Clemson athletic program is ranked 14th in the nation
in the latest Sears Director's Cup All-Sports Standings. The
Clemson program has scored 250 points so far this year.


Stanford leads the way with 645.5 points, while Colorado is
second at 481. North Carolina is the highest ranked ACC school with
454.5 points, and is third overall nationally. Clemson is second
among the ACC institutions.



Clemson received a boost recently by finishing 21st in the
women's indoor track national championships and seventh in the men's
competition. Clemson had scored earlier in men's and women's soccer.


The Tigers should score more points in upcoming standings.
The Tigers will receive points for the women's basketball team's
participation in the NCAA Tournament. Clemson is also currently
ranked second in the nation in baseball and golf.


Clemson's highest final finish in the Sears Director's Cup
standings is 16th, in 1993-94. Clemson was 25th in 1997-98, the last
time Clemson had a top 25 finish. Clemson was 34th last year with
472 points.


Sears Director's Cup Standings
(As of March 21, 2002)

	Rk	Team	Points
	1.	Stanford	645.5
	2.	Colorado	481
	3.	North Carolina	454.5
	4.	BYU     	361.5
	5.	UCLA    	361
	6.	Florida 	348
	7.	Texas   	297.5
	8.	Arkansas   	289
	9.	Nebraska	285
	10.	Notre Dame	282.5
	11.	Tennessee	257.5
	12.	Arizona 	256
	13.	South Carolina	255
	14.	Clemson 	250
	15.	Oregon  	247.5
	16.	LSU     	245
	17.	Michigan State	243
	18.	Texas A&M	236.5
	19.	Virginia	234
	20.	Maryland	228

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