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Louisville ranked 29th in latest Director's Cup standings

The Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup was developed as a joint effort between the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and USA Today. Points are awarded based on each institution's finish in up to 20 sports -- ten women’s and ten men’s. The next Division I spring standings will be released Tuesday, June 10.

Below are schools listed in the top 50 for the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). Here is a link to the complete standings for those who are interested.

2 Duke 1024.50
5 Notre Dame 989.75
6 UNC 941.00
7 UVA 877.00
13 Florida St 736.0
25 Maryland 577.00
29 Louisville 553.50
32 North Carolina St 487.75
41 VT 438.50
43 Syracuse 404.50

The Atlantic Coast Conference has four institutions ranked in the top 10 and 10 in the top 50. By comparison, Louisville is the only American Athletic team ranked in the top 50. UConn is ranked 51st

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