Penn State jumped Michigan in the final Winter Directors Cup standings, which were released after Mens and Womens Gymnastics results.
With the addition of men’s and women’s National Collegiate (NC) gymnastics, the winter season has officially concluded. Looking ahead to the spring championship season, Stanford has extended its lead in Division I and became the first school to eclipse the 1000 point mark this year, with 1104.00 points.
After scoring in both the men’s and women’s gymnastics championship, Penn State regained second place with 889.25 total points. The Nittany Lions finished in sixth place in men’s gymnastics and 25th place in the women’s gymnastics championship.
The Michigan Wolverines are in third place with 881.50 total points after a seventh place finish in men’s gymnastics and a 19th place finish in the women’s gymnastics championship.
Ohio State remains in fourth place after a seventh place finish in men’s gymnastics and a 13th place finish the women’s gymnastics championships for a total of 830.75 points. In the winter season, the Buckeyes scored 730.75 points amounting to 88 percent of their current point total.
Rounding out the top five is lone Atlantic Coast Conference school, NC State. The Wolfpack have accumulated 722.75 total points at the culmination of the winter championships.
The Big Ten leads all Division I conferences with three institutions in the top-10 – Penn State (2nd), Michigan (3rd) and Ohio State (4th).
MSU is 41st.