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See how your school stacks up. Standings are updated after official results are posted for every NCAA Championship. Download the full standings list here.

  Men's Cup Standings

1. Ohio State 60
1. North Dakota State 60
1. Virginia 60
4. UCLA 59
5. Oregon 41
6. Illinois State 36
7. New Hampshire 30
7. Providence 30
7. TCU 30
10. Michigan State 27
11. Alabama 24
11. Eastern Washington 24
11. MD-Baltimore County 24

  Women's Cup Standings

1. Penn State 81
2. Stanford 72
3. Florida State 63
4. Virginia 36
5. North Carolina 31
6. Brigham Young 30
7. Florida 27
8. Wisconsin 25
9. Texas A&M 24
10. Connecticut 20
10. Michigan State 20
12. Texas 18
12. UCLA 18



Capital One Cup Trophy

The Capital One Cup is awarded annually to each of the best men's and women's Division I college athletics programs in the country. Points toward the Capital One Cup are earned and tracked throughout the year based on final standings of NCAA Championships and final official coaches' polls. One winning men's and one winning women's program will be crowned after the completion of the final NCAA spring championships. Capital One will award a combined $400,000 in student-athlete scholarships and the Capital One Cup trophy to the winning schools at the ESPY awards in July. 

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The Capital One Cup is the embodiment of hard work, dedication, and an enduring commitment to excellence that student-athletes and teams display throughout their year-long journey. The elements of the trophy personify achievement at the highest level, and symbolize strength perseverance, and vision. The silver surface reflects the images of all those who carry it. The Capital One Cup is an enduring symbol of the ultimate achievement in college sports. 

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Our advisors include former Division I college athletes and college sports broadcasters, all of whom embody everything the Capital One Cup represents—success, integrity, leadership, and a commitment to excellence. The board will advise Capital One with a myriad of items related to the Capital One Cup program throughout the year.

Doug Flutie  


Doug Flutie
Doug Flutie won the Heisman Trophy playing at Boston College before going on to star in the NFL, CFL, and USFL. In his senior year, he received First-Team All-American honors and earned Player of the Year from the Maxwell Football Club. He has dedicated his life to fighting autism with the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation.

Brandi Chastain  


Brandi Chastain
Brandi Chastain led the Santa Clara University Broncos to two NCAA Division I soccer quarterfinal appearances before becoming one of the brightest stars of the US Women's National Soccer Team. She is probably best known for her game-winning penalty kick against China in the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup final. Brandi is currently the volunteer assistant coach at her alma mater.

Clark Kellogg  


Clark Kellogg

Clark Kellogg was the MVP of the Ohio State University men's basketball team in 1982. At Ohio State he ranks sixth in career rebounds and is a member of the prestigious 1,000-point club. He was the No. 1 draft pick of the Indiana Pacers and was selected for the NBA All-Rookie Team. Today Clark serves as a college basketball game/studio analyst for CBS Sports' coverage of NCAA basketball. 

Lisa Leslie  


Lisa Leslie
Lisa Leslie played women's basketball at the University of Southern California on the way to becoming a star in the WNBA and playing on the USA Olympic Team. At USC, she played 120 games, won a PAC-10 Conference Championship, and had four NCAA tournament appearances. She has recently been featured on ESPN, in Newsweek, and in Vogue.

Rece Davis  


Rece Davis
Rece Davis worked as a freelance announcer, host, and radio personality while attending the University of Alabama. He went on to work as a sports reporter, news anchor, and host, eventually landing at ESPN in 1995. Rece is now the regular season host of College Football Live and an anchor on College GameDay as well as calling select college football and basketball games.

Jennie Finch  


Jennie Finch

Jennie Finch is a three-time All-American pitcher and first baseman who led the University of Arizona Wildcats to a Women's College World Series championship in 2001. She also played on the USA national softball team, leading Team USA to a gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games and a silver medal at the 2008 Summer Olympic Games. 

Instagram: @jfinch27




Capital One Cup Impact Performances of the Week

Capital One Cup Impact Performances of the week include Michigan QB Denard Robinson, South Carolina QB Dylan Thompson, and USC WR Robert Woods. Check out next week's highlights, see who the game-changers were, and vote for the Impact Performance of the week.

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