Stanford Women Win the Inaugural Capital One Cup

The women’s athletics program at Stanford University won the inaugural Capital One Cup signifying the cumulative national champion across 13 different women’s sports. Stanford did not win any national championships in the sports making up the Capital One Cup standings but finished second in soccer, tennis, and rowing. Stanford finished in the top 5 nationally in six of the 13 sports and in the top 10 in nine sports.

Texas A&M University, which won national championships in track and field and basketball, finished second in the Capital One Cup standings. The University of California, the University of Florida, and the University of Notre Dame rounded out the top 5 in the standings.

As winner of the Capital One Cup, Stanford will receive $200,000 to fund graduate-level scholarships for student athletes.

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