NCAC All-Sports Award History

The North Coast Athletic Conference All-Sports award is given annually to the school that performs the best across the conference's 23 sponsored sports. Ten points are awarded for a first-place finish, nine for a second, eight for a third, and so on. Men's and women's performances are combined, exemplifying the North Coast's commitment to equity and balance among programs. Since the award's inception in 1985, Denison has won a record 14 All-Sports Awards, highlighted by a streak of nine consecutive titles that spanned 1997-98 through 2005-06.  In addition, Denison has placed either first or second in the standings in 24 of the 30 years of the conference's existence.

Year Place Points

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2013-14 First 172.0 + 7.0
2012-13 First 165.0 + 5.5
2011-12 Second 153.0 - 0.5
2010-11 First 169.5 pts + 8.5
2009-10 Third 151.5 pts - 5.0
2008-09 First (tie) 159.5 pts + 12.5
2007-08 Second 153.5 pts - 16.0
2006-07 Second 164 pts - 1.5
2005-06 First 172 pts + 18.0
2004-05 First 177 pts + 20.0
2003-04 First 170 pts + 10.0
2002-03 First 173.5 pts + 15.0
2001-02 First 167.5 pts + 3.5
2000-01 First 175 pts + 17.5
1999-00 First 179 pts + 21.5
1998-99 First 160.5 pts + 28.0
1997-98 First 149.5 pts + 11.5
1996-97 Fifth 118 pts - 20.0
1995-96 Fifth 112 pts - 34.0
1994-95 Sixth 104.5 pts - 22.0
1993-94 Second 134 pts - 1.5
1992-93 Second 137 pts - 5.0
1991-92 Second 130.5 pts - 7.5
1990-91 Second 136 pts - 5.0
1989-90 Third 121.5 pts - 18.5
1988-89 Second 92 pts - 14.5
1987-88 Fourth 88.5 pts - 12.0
1986-87 Second
106 pts - 0.5
1985-86 First 105 pts + 2.5
1984-85 Second 98 pts - 1.5