Webster University Wins 11th Consecutive SLIAC All-Sports Title

| May 18, 2015
Webster University Athletics

Webster University Athletics has won the SLIAC All-Sports Trophy 15 of the last 16 years.

Webster University Athletics has captured the 2014-15 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference All-Sports Trophy for the 11th consecutive year. This is the 15th time in the last 16 years Webster has won the trophy, which was established in 1999.

Webster finished the 2014-15 year with 99.5 total points. The Gorloks won league titles in men’s and women’s soccer, as well as women’s tennis and baseball. The Gorloks also split first-place points in men’s basketball, where they finished in a three-way tie. Webster also had second-place finishes in men’s cross country, volleyball and golf.

Six of the conference’s 10 members won a SLIAC regular season title this year. This year’s SLIAC champions were Webster (men’s soccer, women’s soccer, men’s basketball, Women’s tennis, baseball), Greenville (women’s cross country, volleyball), Spalding (men’s cross Country, women’s basketball, men’s basketball, men’s golf), Fontbonne (softball), Principia (men’s tennis), MacMurray (men’s basketball).

The SLIAC All-Sports Championship Trophy is determined by awarding points based on each schools finish in the conference’s 12 sports, earning 10 points for a first-place finish, nine points for a second-place finish, etc. Teams tied split the points for the place and places(s) immediately following.

In 2010, the SLIAC All-Sports Trophy guidelines were changed to be determined by total points. Previously rankings were based on points average per sport participated in. The change was made to encourage the NCAA Division III philosophy of a broad-based athletics programs.

For a complete list of the final 2014-15 SLIAC All-Sports Standings, see the table at the SLIAC site.

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