Brown University Finishes in Top-30 of Inaugural Women’s Capital One Cup

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Capital One and the NCAA have announced that Stanford University women's athletics program is the winner of the inaugural Capital One Cup.  Brown University finished the season in 27th with a total of 20 points in the Capital One Cup women's standings. This was a result of Brown's National Championship Title in women's crew this spring season.

Launched in 2010, the Capital One Cup honors NCAA Division I athletics programs for their cumulative on-field performance across multiple men's and women's sports. The Capital One Cup trophy will be presented with a $200,000 donation to fund student-athlete graduate-level scholarships.

After an exciting and unpredictable year in college sports, the Capital One Cup final official women's standings have been tabulated.  Despite impressive wins from Arizona State in softball, Northwestern in lacrosse, Brown in rowing, Florida in tennis and Texas A&M in outdoor track and field, Stanford held their lead by staying in the top 10 in four of the five women's spring championships. 

Brown is the Ivy League's highest finisher, placing two spots ahead of Princeton, which tallied 18 points.

 

 

School

Points

1.

Stanford 

121

2.

Texas A&M

112

3.

Cal

106

4.

Florida

86

5.

Notre Dame

76

6.

USC

72

7.

Arizona State

60

7.

Penn State

60

9.

North Carolina

53

10.

Texas

52

11.

Baylor

48

12.

Maryland

46

13.

Oregon

44

14.

LSU

40

14.

Northwestern

40

16.

Duke

38

17.

Connecticut

34

18.

Alabama

33

18.

Georgia

33

18.

Oklahoma

33

21.

Arizona

28

22.

Virginia

27

23.

UCLA

26

24.

Ohio State

25

25.

Florida State

22

26.

Oklahoma State

21

27.

Boston College

20

27.

Brown

20

27.

Villanova

20

30.

Tennessee

19

31.

Princeton

18

31.

Washington

18

33.

Missouri

15

34.

Arkansas

14

35.

Nebraska

12

35.

Purdue

12

37.

Loyola - Maryland

10

37.

Texas Tech

10

39.

Gonzaga

9

40.

Albany

8

40.

Clemson

8

40.

Georgetown

8

43.

Minnesota

7

44.

Auburn

6

44.

Illinois

6

44.

New Mexico

6

44.

Portland

6

44.

Syracuse

6

44.

Wisconsin - Green Bay

6

50.

Colorado

5

51.

Miami

4

51.

Michigan State

4

51.

Penn

4

51.

Stony Brook

4

55.

DePaul

3

55.

Iowa State

3

55.

Old Dominion

3

58.

Providence

2

58.

Southern Mississippi

2

58.

UMass

2

58.

Wisconsin

2

62.

American

1

62.

Michigan

1

62.

Vanderbilt

1