<h2>The Standings are complete in the run for the Capital One Cup for the Spring Sports Season and the Oregon Ducks are sitting just outside the Top 5 for the Men and inside the Top 20 for Women’s Athletics.</h2>
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The 2015-16 Cup Standings are complete and the Pac-12 took the Cup for Men’s and Women’s Athletics. On the Men’s side, Oregon finished in sixth with points earned for Top Ten finishes in Men’s Basketball, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Golf and Cross Country. The Oregon Women finished 15th. Stanford took the Capital One Cup with a first place finish for the year for the Cardinal Men’s Athletic Programs. Oregon was the second Pac-12 team.
USC, Stanford, and Penn State led the charge for the Women in the chase for the Capital One Cup.
The Capital One Cup is rewarded based on Athletic Performance annually. Overall $400,000 combined will be rewarded for Scholarships, split between Men’s and Women’s Athletics respectively. The Pac-12 Conference was well represented in the Spring.
The Award Ceremony will happen larer this month at the ESPY Awards that are broadcast on ESPN. The race for the 216-17 Capital One Cup for the Oregon Ducks begins in the Fall.