For the sixth consecutive year, the Columbia College Athletics Department has won the American Midwest Conference Presidents’ Cup.
“I am beyond thrilled,” said James Arnold, Director of Athletics. “The work that goes into winning the Presidents’ Cup is the ultimate measure of quality depth for athletic departments.”
“I am beyond thrilled. The work that goes into winning the Presidents’ Cup is the ultimate measure of quality depth for athletic departments.”James Arnold, Columbia College Director of Athletics
The Presidents’ Cup is awarded to the institution accumulating the most points determined by final regular-season standings or the final results from the AMC Championship (cross country, wrestling, golf and track & field) in the 16 conference championship sports.
Cougar men’s indoor track & field, men’s golf, women’s golf, men’s outdoor track & field, baseball, men’s basketball, men’s soccer, women’s basketball, women’s soccer and softball each took home first-place points, while men’s cross country, women’s indoor track & field, women’s outdoor track & field and volleyball received second-place points, and women’s cross country placed third at its championship.
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