After trailing Washington University in St. Louis through the fall and winter, eight Eph teams combined to score a spring record of 630 points, helping to capture the college’s fifth straight Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. The Ephs have won the cup 20 times in the 22-year history of the award, presented by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics to the best all-around sports program based on team performance in NCAA Championships. Eleven Eph teams finished in the top five nationally, and the women’s tennis team won its eighth NCAA DIII title in the last 10 years. The final total for Ephs was a record-breaking 1,335.25, surpassing second-place Washington University by 108.25 points.