The Apprentice School athletic teams finished the 2014-15 season with a combined 82-51 record for a 61.7% winning percentage to finish sixth in the Virginia Sports Information Directors College Division All-Sports Survey announced today. This survey ranks the 27 non-NCAA Division I schools in the state by overall winning percentage.
Christopher Newport University won the survey for the seventh year in a row by winning 69.5% of its contests with a combined 215-92-9 record. Randolph-Macon College was second winning 64.2%, while Virginia Wesleyan College was third at 64%. The University of Mary Washington was fourth at 63.7%, while Virginia State University edged out the Builders for fifth by four one-thousandths of a percentage point (61.658 to 61.654%).
The Builders finished with a combined record of 68-39 for a 63.6% winning percentage to rank third in the state amongst 24 men’s teams. Virginia Wesleyan College took the men’s division winning 69% of its games with Christopher Newport coming in second at 65.3%.
The Lady Builders finished with a 14-12 record for a winning percentage of 53.8% to tie with Marymount for 12th among the 25 women’s teams. Washington & Lee University won the women’s division with a stellar 75.8% winning percentage with CNU coming in second at 72.6%.
This marks the fifth straight year the Builders have finished in the top six in the VaSID All-Sports Survey.
For the complete VaSID release and rankings – click here.