NWAC: Presidents Cup 2014-2015

Today the NWAC office is pleased to announce the 2014-2015 NWAC Presidents Cup winners: Clackamas Community College Cougars (Large School Division) and Blue Mountain Community College Timberwolves (Small School Division). The Presidents Cups are awarded to institutions based on the academic performance of their athletic teams. Points are awarded for student-athletes who complete 36 credits, 72 credits, complete a certificate, and degree completion. Amount of points awarded are determined by student-athletes GPA.   The conference awards one cup to institutions who offer eight or more sports and one cup awarded to institutions who offer seven or fewer sports. Congratulations to the student-athletes, coaches, administrators, faculty and support staff at Clackamas Community College and Blue Mountain Community Colleges on their academic accomplishments!

Presentation of the cups and banners to the respective winners will be scheduled sometime in October 2015.

Any questions feel free to contact the NWAC office at 360.992.2833.

Presidents Cup Standings 2012-2105


Dick McClain Division (Small School)

Place School 12-13 School 13-14 School 14-15
1st Place Big Bend Community College Centralia College Blue Mountain Community College
2nd Place

Blue Mountain Community College

Umpqua Community College

Big Bend Community College Big Bend Community College
3rd Place   Whatcom Community College Lower Columbia College
4th Place Wenatchee Valley College Lower Columbia College Peninsula College
5th Place Peninsula College Wenatchee Valley College Wenatchee Valley College
6th Place Tacoma Community College Peninsula College Whatcom Community College
7th Place Lower Columbia College Chemeketa Community College Edmonds Community College
8th Place Grays Harbor College Blue Mountain Community College Chemeketa Community College
9th Place Pierce College Grays Harbor College

Grays Harbor College

South Puget Sound Community College

10th Place Chemeketa Community College Pierce College  
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