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Fresno State Wins Commissioner's Cup
Courtesy: WAC
DENVER –The Western Athletic Conference today announced the winner of its annual Commissioner's Cup with this year's honor going to Fresno State with 79.75 points.  The Bulldogs ended the year with five WAC championships, winning both the regular season and postseason titles in men's tennis and women's basketball. The Bulldogs also claimed the baseball tournament championship.  Idaho was second with 74.25 points, and New Mexico State finished in third with 69.75.

The WAC awards its Commissioner's Cup to the school that performs the best in each of the conference's 19 men's and women's championships.  Points are awarded in order of finish, equal to the number of teams that participate in each sport, and are averaged between a team's regular-season finish (if applicable) and its WAC championship finish.  Teams that do not qualify for a postseason tournament due to a smaller field receive points equal to their regular-season finish.  Ties are not broken but instead are averaged between the tied teams.  Affiliate members are not eligible for the Commissioner's Cup, but their standings are still used for determining overall points.

This marks Fresno State’s third Commissioner’s Cup title after winning in 2007-08 and 2008-09.

Idaho finished in second place with 74.25 points. The Vandals won three WAC championships, winning postseason championships in women’s cross country, men’s indoor track and field and men’s outdoor track and field.

New Mexico State rounded out the top three with 69.75 points.  The Aggies finished with a postseason title in men's basketball.

Utah State finished in fourth place with 66.25 points, with postseason titles in women's cross country, indoor track and field and women's outdoor track and field.  The Aggies won both the regular season and postseason titles in women’s soccer.  Hawai’i finished in fifth with 62.5 points and San Jose State followed in sixth with 52.75 points.
 
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