Virginia Tech Finishes 35th in the Directors’ Cup

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With the end of the College World Series, the 2014-15 sports season is over. Virginia Tech notched a new high in the Director’s Cup this season.

Virginia Tech finished 35th in the Director’s Cup, which is tied for the highest finish in school history. The Hokies recorded 640.5 points, which is the best mark in school history. The school released this graph that illustrates how VT has finished over the last five years.  Click for a larger image.

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Here’s how the Hokies stack up against the rest of the ACC…

#5 UNC
#6 UVA
#10 Notre Dame
#11 Florida State
#20 Duke
#27 NC State
#29 Louisville
#35 Virginia Tech
#47 Syracuse
#55 Miami
#57 Clemson
#68 Boston College
#72 Georgia Tech
#90 Wake Forest
#96 Pitt

Tech ranks right in the middle, though they are closer to that top group of schools than they are to the bottom.

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  1. Considering where our Athletic Budget ranks nationally and where our academic scholarship aid abilities rank b/c of our endowment compared to places like Stanford, Uva, Unc affecting aid for walk-0n in sports like baseball, golf, etc. We are doing awesome with resources and facilities available! Should give kudos to all our winning coaches and coach Beamer who built the football program that got us in the ACC and made this level of achievement possible.

  2. UNC should be eliminated for consideration, or at least have an asterisk next to UNC….and we all know what the “C” stands for!

  3. Just some small surprises…being behind NC State and Loserville does not “feel right” and being ahead of Clemson surprised me by that amount – though I love it!

    Once UNC gets hit with probation they will fall…UVa will keep churning I’m afraid (see the article on endowments earlier)…ND and FSU are not in reach in the near future…DUKE we can catch!

    GO HOKIES!

  4. Now, imagine if VT’s men’s and women’s basketball teams had a pulse, and were making postseason play. The Hokies might break into the top 30. Hopefully, this will happen in the coming years.

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