Hope College has claimed the Michigan Intercollegiate
Athletic Association Commissioner’s Cup All-Sports Championship for a
league-record 35th time.
Hope totaled 211 points in men’s and women’s varsity sports
during the 2013-14 school year to finish two points ahead of runner-up Calvin
The MIAA Commissioner’s Cup award is based on the cumulative
performance of each member school in the league’s 20 sports for men and women.
The final Commissioner’s Cup standings are determined on the basis of each
college’s standings in eight of 10 sports for men and eight of 10 sports for
It is the third time in four years Hope has won the
Commissioner’s Cup. Hope also earned it in 2011-12 and 2010-11.
Hope topped the 2013-14 Men’s All-Sports Standings with 98
points and finished second in the 2013-14 Women’s All-Sports Standings with 113
In men’s sports, Hope won MIAA championships in golf and
basketball and was runner-up in cross country, football, soccer, swimming &
diving, tennis and track & field. Hope also placed third in baseball and lacrosse.
In women’s sports, Hope claimed MIAA titles in basketball
and volleyball and finished second in cross country, swimming & diving,
softball, tennis and track & field. Hope also took third in women’s soccer
and fifth in golf and lacrosse.