SEC Wins Jacoby Award For Top Conference Success in 2017-18

by BoCarter | Posted on Thursday, June 28th, 2018
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2017-18 Conference Vs. Conference Athletics’ Success Survey
(Based on NCAA and Final Football Top 25 Ratings; Includes 23 Sports In Which Most DI Conferences Compete
in 2017-18)
 Note: These conference compilations on the following page are patterned after the Knoxville (Tenn.) Journal’s initial National All-Sports competition among Division I schools in 1974-75 (conceived by former Tennessee media relations student assistant and later KJ sports writer Steve Williams), followed by USA TODAY rankings and the NACDA Directors Trophy (all divisions) recognition for individual schools in national competition, came into being in 1986 as the brainchild of then-Southwest Conference Commissioner Fred Jacoby, late commissioner also of the Wisconsin States, Mid-American, Lone Star, and American Southwest Conferences. This is the 32nd annual compilation.
2017-18 Men’s Points (20 for 1st, 19 for 2nd, 18 for 3rd, etc. – women same scoring)
1. Southeastern, 585 points
2. Big Ten, 332
3. Big 12, 315
4. Atlantic Coast, 273
5. Pac-12, 272.5
6. Missouri Valley, 74
7. American, 52.5
8. Big Sky, 48
9. West Coast, 45.5
10. CAA, 42
11. Mountain West, 36
12. Mid-American, 32
13. Southland, 26
14. Ivy, 25.5
15. Southern, 25
16. Big East, 20
17. Ohio Valley, 17
18. Big South, 14.5
19. MAAC, 14
20. Conference USA, 11
21. Independents, 10
22. Atlantic Sun, 8.5
22. Big West, 8.5
22 Pioneer, 8.5
25. MEAC, 4
2017-18 Men’s NCAA or CFP Champions
Football—Alabama, North Dakota State (FCS)
Cross Country—Northern Arizona
Indoor Track—Florida
Wrestling—Penn State
Swimming—Texas
Basketball—Villanova
Tennis—Wake Forest
Golf—Oklahoma State
Outdoor Track—Georgia
Baseball—Oregon State
2017-18 Women’s Conference Points
1. Southeastern, 738.5 points
2. Pac-12, 705
3. Atlantic Coast, 342.5
4. Big Ten, 331
5. Big 12, 221
6. Mountain West, 73
7. West Coast, 60.5
8. Ivy, 58.5
9. American, 55.5
10. Mid-American, 31
11. Southern, 24
12. Big East, 18
13. Conference USA, 10
14. Missouri Valley, 6
15. Big Sky, 0.5
2017-18 Women’s NCAA Champions
Cross Country—New Mexico
Soccer—Stanford
Volleyball—Nebraska
Indoor Track—Georgia
Swimming—Stanford
Basketball—Notre Dame
Gymnastics—UCLA
Equestrian (NCEA)—Auburn
Tennis—Stanford
Golf—Arizona
Rowing—California
Softball—Florida State
Outdoor Track—Southern California
All-Time NCAA Division I School
Championship Leaders (Excluding Football) –
Total – Men and Women (Oct. 20, 2018)
1. Stanford, 117
2. UCLA, 116
3. Southern California, 106
4. Oklahoma State, 52
5. Penn State, 50
6. Texas, 46
7. Arkansas, 44
8. LSU, North Carolina, 43
10. Florida, 40
11. California, 37
12. Michigan, 36
13. Denver, Oregon, 33
15. Georgia, Ohio State, Oklahoma, 30
18. Mayland, 29
19. Wisconsin, Yale, 28
Men
1. Southern California, 84
2. UCLA, 75
3. Stanford, 64
4. Oklahoma State, 52
5. Arkansas, 42
6. Michigan, 34
7. Denver, 29
8. California, Yale, 27
10. Penn State 26
11. Indiana, Iowa, Ohio State, 24
14. Texas, 23
15. Denver, Oklahoma, Wis., 22
18. UTEP, 21
19. Michigan State, 19
20. Illinois, 18
Women
1. Stanford, 53
2. UCLA, 41
3. North Carolina, 30
4. LSU, 25
5. Texas, 23
6. Maryland, USC, 22
8. Florida, Georgia, 21
10. Connecticut, 16
11. Oregon, 14
12. Arizona State, 13
13. Arizona, Nebraska, Penn State, 11
16. California, Tennessee, 10
Coed Sports
1. Denver, 24
2. West Virginia, 19
3. Penn State, 13
4. Alaska-Fairbanks, 10
5. Utah 9
6. Colorado, 8
Conference Men’s High Point Finishers
1986-87—Southwest
1987-88—Pacific-10
1988-89—Pac-10
1989-90—Pac-10
1990-91—Pac-10
1991-92—Southeastern
1992-93—SEC
1993-94—SEC
1994-95—SEC
1995-96—SEC
1996-97—SEC
1997-98—Pac-10
1998-99–SEC
1999-00—SEC
2000-01—SEC
2001-02—SEC
2002-03—SEC
2003-04—SEC
2004-05—SEC
2005-06—SEC
2006-07—SEC
2007-08—Big 12
2008-09—SEC
2009-10—SEC
2010-11—SEC
2011-12—Pac-12
2012-13—SEC
2013-14—SEC
2014-15—SEC
2015-16—SEC
2016-17—SEC
2017-18–SEC
Conference Women’s High Point Finishers
1986-87—Pacific-10
1987-88—Pac-10
1988-89 —Pac-10
1989-90—Pac-10
1990-91—SEC
1991-92—Pac-10
1992-93—Pac-10
1993-94—Pac-10
1994-95—Pac-10
1995-96—SEC
1996-97—Pac-10
1997-98—Pac-10
1998-99—Pac-10
1999-00—Pac-10
2000-01—Pac-10
2001-02—Pac-10
2002-03—Pac-10
2003-04—Pac-10
2004-05—SEC
2005-06—Pac-10
2006-07—SEC
2007-08—Pac-10
2008-09—Pac-10
2009-10—SEC
2010-11—Pac-10
2011-12—Pac-12
2012-13—Pac-12
2013-14—SEC
2014-15—SEC
2015-16—SEC
2016-17—Pac-12
2017-18–SEC
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