Keuka College Finishes Third in NEAC Presidents’ Cup

Keuka College Finishes Third in NEAC Presidents’ Cup

GANSEVOORT, N.Y.— The North Eastern Athletic Conference announced the results of their annual Presidents' Cup and Keuka College finished in third place in the 14 team conference.

The Presidents' Cup consists of four smaller awards that measures an athletic department on and off the playing field. The Athletic Directors' Cup is a result of the on field performance. The Athletics Direct Reports' Cup reflects the votes of conference coaches on the sportsmanship of the other teams. The Senior Woman Administrators' Cup evaluates a department's community service efforts and the Faculty Athletics Representatives' Cup measures the academic performance.

The Wolves finished in third place with 21.5 overall points. They finished behind top ranked Lancaster Bible College with 13 points and second place Morrisville State with 20 points.

Keuka College fared best in the Senior Woman Administrators' Cup. Keuka finished in a tie for second place. The Wolves were ranked second in a vote amongst SWAs in the conference for their overall community service efforts. Keuka College raised $3,339 and logged 1,484 hours in community service during the 2016-17 academic year.

The Keuka College Softball team brought home the North Eastern Athletic Conference North Division Championship for the third straight year to lead the department in the Athletic Director's Cup.

In the Athletics Direct Reports' Cup, the Men's Basketball team and the Field Hockey team were voted on as having the best sportsmanship in the conference in their individual sports.

Keuka College boasted the most NEAC Scholar-Athletes, 87, in the entire conference, which was factored into their result in the Faculty Athletics Representatives' Cup.

Click here for the full results of the 2016-17 North Eastern Athletic Conference Presidents' Cup.

This is just the third year of the modern version of the NEAC President's Cup. The third place overall finish for Keuka College tops last year's fifth place result.