Edison State Community College (7.90 avg.) claimed its highest finish in school history, coming in at No. 2 thanks to a top-4 placement in all five sports. Charger men's basketball and baseball were conference runner-ups while women's basketball and softball cracked the top-3.
"This year's student-athletes had a lot of athletic talent but also remained focused on getting good grades and excelling in the classroom. I want to congratulate each and every Edison State student-athlete and coach on a job well-done. I look forward to seeing what 2019-20 brings," said Nate Cole, Edison State Athletic Director.
The award is tallied by issuing points to schools based on their place of finish in each OCCAC-sponsored sport and dividing that total by the number of sports at each respective school. Conference champions earn 10 points, second place earns nine and so on. Ties are divided (i.e. - a two-way tie for second place would result in both schools receiving 8.5 points; a three-way tie for second would give each team 8.0 points).