Women’s Tennis Lifts USciences to Sixth in CACC Sportsmanship Standings Through Fall Season

Women’s Tennis Lifts USciences to Sixth in CACC Sportsmanship Standings Through Fall Season

NEW HAVEN – The University of the Sciences women are in sixth place in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Sportsmanship Award standings following the conclusion of the fall season, while the men are in ninth, as the league revealed the first edition of the 2017-18 standings on Thursday.

The women's tennis team received the most recognition amongst USciences' fall sports, as its nine points were the third-most among women's tennis teams in the conference.  

Women's volleyball also received nine points, which was tied for the fifth-most in the league.  

The women's cross country team earned six points to bring University of the Sciences' average to 8.0, just .25 points behind fifth place Caldwell.

Nyack is well ahead in the standings with an average of 26.67 points, while Wilmington (12.25), Holy Family (11.75) and Post (11.00) round out the top-four.

The only USciences' men's team represented in the standings was the cross country squad, whose eight points put the Devils just 1.0 points outside of the top-half of the standings entering the winter season.

Goldey-Beacom lead the standings with 21.50 points, followed by Nyack (17.50), Felician (14.50), Chestnut Hill (10.50) and Dominican (9.50).  

The next updated standings for the CACC Sportsmanship Award will come out following the conclusion of the winter season.