The 2015-16 school year has come to an end, and with it comes the final results of the Learfield Directors Cup, which factors in how schools did at the NCAA championships throughout the year.
The Ducks finished 10th with 973.75 points, their best finish in school history thanks to national titles in men’s golf plus men’s and women’s indoor track & field.
Oregon was among six Pac-12 teams who finished in the top 15 of the final standings. Stanford finished atop the standings for the 22nd year in a row. Other top 10 finishes in the conference were USC at No. 4 and UCLA at No. 6. California finished No. 11 while Washington finished No. 14.
At the conclusion of the winter sports season, Oregon was in 20th place in the standings, but made a surge into the top 10 during the spring thanks in large part from the men’s golf squad, who earned 100 points in the standings after winning their first national title in school history.
You can look at the full standings across the year at NACDA.com.