Williams won the Learfield Sports Director’s Cup in June—its 18th in the cup’s 20-year history. The award is presented by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) to the best all-around sports program based on team performance.

After trailing in fall competition, a strong spring season put Williams ahead of Johns Hopkins University by 36.25 points to win.

Overall, the Ephs scored 1,053 points in 15 sports (nine women’s and six men’s), with 10 of those teams finishing in the top 10 nationally. The cup was presented in June at NACDA’s annual convention in Orlando, Fla.

The cup “serves as a fitting tribute to our student athletes’ efforts and our coaches’ dedication to the education of students at Williams,” says Bud Fisher, acting athletic director.