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OLLU - Tue, May. 13, 2014 - by Patricia Constantin

WACO, TEXAS (May 13, 2014) -- Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) claimed its first Red River Athletic Conference (RRAC) All-Sports Award, taking the 2013-2014 distinction as the conference's top athletic program. OLLU won three postseason titles and registered points in nine of the 10 sports in which it competes.

The All-Sports Award is given annually to the RRAC member institution that performs best in the conference's sponsored sports in a given academic year. Points are awarded to the top five teams in each sport's conference tournament or championship event with each sport using a 10-8-6-4-2 scoring system for the top five finishers. The RRAC's 12 member institutions competed in five fall, two winter and four spring sports.

The OLLU women helped the Saints with championships in women's cross-country, women's soccer and softball. OLLU finished third or tied for third in men's cross-country, volleyball and men's basketball. Saints teams also registered points in men's soccer and women's outdoor track and field. In 2012-2013, OLLU finished third in the all-sports rankings.

Wiley College also had its best finish ever in the all-sports standings, only four points behind OLLU. The Wildcats won titles in men's basketball and men's track and field, while finishing as runners-up in men's cross-country and volleyball. On the strength of a strong spring with a baseball tournament title and second-place finishes in both conference track and field meets, Bacone College finished third.

The University of Texas-Brownsville, with championships in men's cross-country and volleyball, finished fourth, followed by Langston University in fifth and Huston-Tillotson University in sixth.

Final All-Sports Standings (2013-2014)
OLLU58
Wiley College54
Bacone College48
University of Texas at Brownsville44
Langston University36
Huston-Tillotson University30
University of St. Thomas20
University of the Southwest18
Texas College18
LSU-Shreveport16
 
Previous All-Sports Winners
2012-2013Texas Wesleyan University
2011-2012Texas Wesleyan University
2010-2011Texas Wesleyan University
2009-2010University of Texas at Brownsville
2008-2009Northwood University
2007-2008Northwood University
2006-2007Houston Baptist University
2005-2006Houston Baptist University
2004-2005Houston Baptist University
2003-2004Houston Baptist University
2002-2003Houston Baptist University
2001-2002Houston Baptist University
2000-2001Houston Baptist University
 Huston-Tillotson University
 Northwood University
1999-2000Houston Baptist University
1998-1999Houston Baptist University
 
 
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