The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) recently released its 2019-20 Fall All-Sports Standings.
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) leads the nine institutions with a combined 57 points, followed by Pomona-Pitzer in second with 46 points. Chapman is third with 41.5 points, followed by Redlands (40.5) and California Lutheran (34). In sixth is Whittier (30.5), followed by Occidental (30), La Verne (25.5) and Caltech (16).
On the men's side, CMS has totaled 32 points on the strength of a first place regular season finish in men's soccer highlighted by a 9-1-2 record in conference play and the SCIAC Postseason Tournament title, as well as the cross country championship title - its sixth crown in the last eight years. The Stags also secured a tie for second place in the men's water polo standings. Redlands was a close second with second place finishes in men's soccer and football. The Bulldogs were 8-2-2 in league play during the men's soccer regular season, and added a 6-1 mark in SCIAC play in football en route to 29 points. Pomona-Pitzer is sitting in third with 24 points on the strength of a second place finish at the 2019 SCIAC Cross Country Championships, and finished with a tie for second place in the men's water polo standings.
Chapman finished fourth in the men's standings with 22.5 points, followed by Whittier (21), Cal Lutheran (16), Occidental (16), La Verne (15.5) and Caltech (7).
CMS also finished first in the women's standings with 25 points for the second fall season in a row. The Athenas captured the program's 10th consecutive cross country championship, while the volleyball team posted a 15-1 record in conference play en route to the top seed in the SCIAC Postseason Tournament and a conference tournament title. Pomona-Pitzer placed second with 22 points as the Sagehens' women's soccer team registered a 12-1-1 SCIAC record, the top seed in the postseason tournament, won the SCIAC Postseason Tournament title, and advanced to the NCAA Division III Final Four. Pomona-Pitzer also finished second at the SCIAC Cross Country Championships. Chapman finished the fall with 19 points, keyed by a second place finish in the regular season in volleyball with a ledger of 14-2, while the Panthers' women's soccer team was third in the standings with a record of 7-4-2 in league play.
Cal Lutheran finished a close fourth behind Chapman with 18 points, followed by Occidental (14), Redlands (11.5), La Verne (10), Whittier (9.5) and Caltech (9).