WCC Spring Sport Update


We normally focus on men’s basketball here at West Coast Convo, but with limited news in the offseason, here’s a quick update on how the WCC spring sports are faring.

  • After winning the West Coast Conference tournament on Saturday, the Waves were placed as a three seed in the San Luis Obispo regional. Cal Poly is the host school. Pepperdine will take on the two seed Arizona State in their first round matchup. One seed Cal Poly will take on Sacramento State.

 

  • Sticking with the Pepperdine athletic program, men’s tennis player Alex Sarkissian put together a fabulous season, advancing to the NCAA men’s single championship. Sarkissian saw his season come to a close yesterday, losing to the two seed – UCLA’s Marcos Girun. Sarkissian was the WCC men’s tennis player of the year.

 

Finally, here are the standings for the WCC commissioner’s cup, which is given to the school with the best overall performance in athletics throughout the year. As you can see, last year’s winner BYU is pulling away.

From wccsports.com

2013-14 West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Cup Standings
(as of 4/28/2014)
Overall
1.   BYU 86.0
2.   Gonzaga 66.5
3.   Santa Clara 66.0
4.   San Francisco 64.0
5.   Pepperdine 61.5
6t.  Saint Mary’s 55.0
6t.  San Diego 55.0
8.   Portland 52.0
9.   Loyola Marymount 44.5
10. Pacific 31.5  

Men’s All-Sports
1.   BYU 33.5
2.   Santa Clara 33.0
3.   San Francisco 31.0
4.   Gonzaga 30.0
5.   Saint Mary’s 27.5
6t.  Loyola Marymount 26.0
6t.  Portland 26.0
8t.  Pepperdine 23.5
8t.  San Diego 23.5
10. Pacific 13.0

Women’s All-Sports
1.   BYU 52.5
2.   Pepperdine 38.0
3.   Gonzaga 36.5
4t.  San Francisco 33.0
4t.  Santa Clara 33.0
6.   San Diego 31.5
7.   Saint Mary’s 27.5
8.   Portland 26.0
9t.  Pacific 18.5
9t.  Loyola Marymount 18.5

 

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