For the second straight season thewon the West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Cup.
The 2013-2014 WCC Commissioner’s Cup was awarded to BYU after the school collected 92.0 points during the season for athletic excellence.
"It really is a privilege to receive the award this year on behalf of BYU because of the kind of competition that is there, not only in terms of on the field and on the court, but also in terms of the values of the institutions and the academics of the institutions," BYU president Kevin J Worthen said.
The WCC Commissioner’s Cup is an all-sports award given to the league’s top performing school. Using a predetermined system, points are awarded to each school in each sport based on its finish in the WCC’s regular-season standings.
BYU’s 12.5-point margin of victory was the highest since the Commissioner’s Cup was introduced during the 2001-2002 season. Pepperdine is the only other school that has won the Cup by double digits (12.0 points), achieving the feat during the 2003-2004 season.
The award was handed out on June 4 during the West Coast Conference Honors Dinner at Canyons Resort in Park City.
Final Commissioner's Cup Standings 2013-14