SCU leads WCC Commissioner’s Cup

Women’s volleyball scores big time in the annual West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Cup.

Following the conclusion of the league’s five fall sports, the Santa Clara athletic department is in the top spot in the annual West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Cup standings. After winning last year’s competition for the first time in school history, the Broncos own a 5.5 point lead over second-place Portland after winning the league women’s volleyball title and finishing second in men’s and women’s soccer. SCU also finished third in women’s cross country and fourth in men’s cross country. Each conference school is awarded a series of points that correspond with its place in the 13 WCC championships. The institution with the most points at the end of the year wins the Commissioner’s Cup. Awards are also provided for the top men’s and women’s programs. SCU swept all three awards last year.

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