|Fall Sports (7)||Big Ten||NCAA||Cup||Winter Sports (11)||Big Ten||NCAA||Cup||Spring Sports (11)||Big Ten||NCAA||Cup|
|Cross Country-Men||2nd||#11||66||Wrestling||4th||11th||66||Outdoor Track-Men||10th||#70||0|
|Cross Country-Women||3rd||#18||56||Ice Hockey||3rd||#21||0||Outdoor Track-Women||5th||19th||55|
|Women's Total||n/a||n/a||56||Indoor Track-Men||#5||#62||5||Tennis-Men's||11th||#76||0|
|Men's Total||n/a||n/a||66||Indoor Track-Women||#2||#32||39.5||Tennis-Women's||1st||#12||64|
|Water Polo||n/a||#15||0||Spring Total||n/a||n/a||353|
|Winter Total||n/a||n/a||395.75||Men's Total||n/a||n/a||386|
|Men's Total||236||Women's Total||n/a||n/a||488.75|
|Women's Total||159.75||Total Director's Cup||4th||19th||870.75|
December 18 January 15 (Final Fall) March 26 April 9 April 16 April 23 (Final Winter) May 28 June 11 June 16 June 26 (Final Spring)
The Women and Men both scored in 7 sports.
Michigan NACDA Summary by Sport
Stanford's Strength & Conditioning Program
In the Fall, it was the worst start to the NACDA season since this championship began in 1993 for the Wolverines, 6th in the Big Ten and 47th Nationally. None of the Fall sports scored any points for the NACDA trophy except the Men's and Women's Cross Country team with 11th and 17th place finishes for 122 points. The Women's Cross Country team was ranked #1 most of the season, but a foot injury to defending Big Ten individual titlist, Erin Finn, ended the team's hopes for a Big Ten and NCAA Championship as the team placed 18th at the NCAA finals. David Brandon resigned as Athletic Director on October 31, and Brady Hoke was fired as Football Coach on December 2.
In the Winter, the Men's Swimming & Diving Team won their 5th Big Ten Championship in a row. Bruno Ortiz led the squad with 6 Big Ten titles, two in the 100 yard freestyle and breaststroke and four in relays. Dylan Bosch participated in five championships and won Big Ten Swimmer of the Year, three individual and two in relays. Paul Powers was involved in four championships. Overall, 11 squad members won Big Ten titles, and earned 1st Team Big Ten status. The Wrestling Team earned 5 All-Americans: Adam Coon, NCAA Runner-Up, Brian Murphy, Rossi Bruno, Conor Youtsey, and Captain Max Huntley. Coon also won the University Nationals Freestyle Title, and Bruno was Runner-Up. In Track & Field, Cindy Ofili repeated as Big Ten 60 Yard Hurdles Champion. Chris Maye, a former Wolverine Football Walk-on running back from Union City, won the Big Ten 60 Yard Dash Championship; a title that eluded former Michigan Quarterback Denard Robinson. Mason Ferlic also earned another Big Ten Championship. Domenic Abounader won the Big Ten Championship at 184 lbs. for the wrestling team. The Women's Basketball Team advanced to the Semi-Finals of the NIT. The Women's Gymnastics Team earned second at their Regional and advanced to the Top 12 for the 22nd of 23 seasons in a row.
Cindy Ofili, Big Ten Hurdles Champion, NCAA Runner-UP Outdoors
In the Spring, the Women's Tennis Team won their 5th Big Ten Championship in a row, and won the Big Ten Tournament after finishing second for ten seasons in a row. The softball team also won the regular season Big Ten Championship, Big Ten Softball Tournament Championship, Regional, Super-Regional Championships, and earned the finals of the College World Series. The Men's and Women's Track Team had repeat Big Ten Champions with Cindy Ofili, Erin Finn, and Mason Ferlic; all will compete at the NCAA Finals in Eugene, OR along with Laura Addison, Shannon Osika, Brook Handler, Morsi Rayyan, and Cody Riffle.
Carmen Benedetti, 1st Baseball All-American in 27 years
Michigan Athlete of the Year, 1982-2014
There has not been a football winner since 2005, a basketball winner since 1989 nor a baseball winner since 1988. There has never been an award winner in Men's Tennis; the last great tennis star to make it on the professional circuit for the Wolverines was MaliVai Washington, 1988-89. There has never been a female award winner in Women's Golf, Basketball or Volleyball. Hyman and Romero named Michigan Athletes of the Year for 2015.
NACDA scores the highest point totals in 10 men's and 10 women's sports.
NCAA Team and Individual Champion Leaders
NACDA Top 5
Top Achievers for the NACDA Director's Cup in 20 Years, 1993-2013
|7||Ohio State||16215.15||Big 10|
|9||Penn State||15806.905||Big 10|
Big Ten NACDA Summary
Michigan NACDA 2014
Michigan NACDA 2013
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Michigan NACDA 2011
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Michigan NACDA 2009
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Michigan NACDA 2005
Team Finishes 2000-2014