Clemson 36th in Final Sear's Director's Cup Standings


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Clemson, SC - Clemson ranked 36th in the final Sears Director?s Cup
Standings for the 2006-07 academic year. The final standings were
released on Wednesday by NACDA. The Director?s Cup rates the overall
sports programs of all Division I programs by evaluating final polls and
NCAA Tournament participation.


Clemson?s #36 ranking is the school?s best since a #26 ranking in
2001-02. Clemson was 39th in 2005-06 and 52nd in 2004-05 so the program
has made progress over the last three years. Clemson scored 477.3 points
in the ranking, its third highest point total since the rankings began in
1993-94.


Clemson had eight programs rank in the top 25 of its respective final
polls in 2006-07, the most top 25 rankings for the Tiger program since
2001-02. Clemson programs that finished in the final top 25 in their
respective sports polls were Men?s soccer, women?s soccer, men?s tennis,
women?s tennis, baseball, men?s indoor track, men?s outdoor track, and
golf. The men?s soccer, women?s soccer, women?s tennis and baseball
teams all reached the Final 16 of their respective NCAA Tournaments.

Clemson?s Yearly Sears Director?s Cup Final Rankings
         Year    Finish   Points
         1993-94 16       356
         1994-95 51       138
         1995-96 27       214.5
         1996-97 51       146
         1997-98 25       300
         1998-99 28       280
         1999-00 38       397
         2000-01 34       472
         2001-02 26       630.5
         2002-03 48       404.5
         2003-04 42       454
         2004-05 52       383.5
         2005-06 39       477.3
         2006-07 36       527.5

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