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ISU only Big 12 school unranked in Sears Cup

January 10, 2002

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Eleven Big 12 schools scored points in the just-completed fall standings for the Sears Cup.

The Sears Cup presented by the nation's athletics directors is a trophy given at year's end to the school with the most success in all sports. Points are awarded based on each school's finish in up to 20 sports 10 each for men and women.

Stanford leads the fall standings with 521 points.

The Big 12 is represented by: Colorado, fourth, 251 points; Nebraska, tied for sixth, 215 points; Texas, 15th, 169 points; Texas A&M, tied for 29th, 120 points; Oklahoma, 62nd, 68 points; Oklahoma State, tied for 75th, 55 points; Kansas State, tied for 103rd, 30 points; Baylor, Kansas, Missouri and Texas Tech, tied for last among ranked teams at 118th with 20 points.

The 12th member of the Big 12, Iowa State, was among the 168 teams without a point and, thus, was unranked.

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