MCLEAN, Va. – The Towson University men’s athletics program tied for 25th place in the Capital One Cup final men’s standings, released by the Capital One Financial Corporation.
The Tiger men tallied 36 points in the final standings on the strength of their NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) national title game run. The Tigers tied with Wisconsin for the 25th spot.
This is the fourth year of the Capital One Cup. Schools earn points based on their teams’ top-10 finishes in NCAA Division I championships and in final official coaches’ polls across 19 men’s and 20 women’s sports as they compete to win the Capital One Cup trophy and a combined $400,000 to fund scholarships for student-athletes.
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The 2013-14 men’s Capital One Cup winner, Notre Dame, will be formally honored along with the women’s Capital One Cup winner, Florida, at the ESPY Awards televised by ESPN on July 16 in Los Angeles.
Click here for a full list of the official Capital One Cup final standings.