Dixie State Men’s Basketball Ranks 9th Nationally In Division II Attendance

first_img Tags: Burns Arena/Dixie State men’s basketball/Jon Judkins/NCAA Division II/Northern State Written by July 9, 2018 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Men’s Basketball Ranks 9th Nationally In Division II Attendance FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-Monday, Dixie State men’s basketball announced it ranked in the top 10 nationally in Division II attendance.Dating back to the 2008-09 season, the Trailblazers have annually ranked in the top 15 nationally in Division II.This season, the Trailblazers drew 26,309 fans in just 10 home dates, ranking second annually in the Pacific West Conference and the NCAA West region.Additionally, the Trailblazers finished second nationally in season attendance average at all games, drawing 2,630 supporters.The only team to beat them was Northern State (S.D.), as they led in both total attendance (55,980 fans over the course of 15 home games) and attendance average (3,732 fans).Among all eight NCAA schools in Utah, Dixie State ranked sixth as Brigham Young was the highest, averaging 14,230 fans per game and 227,692 total.The Trailblazers’ ardent home support has served them well as since going to Division II in the 2006-07 season, Dixie State has an 112-23 (.829) record under Jon Judkins at Burns Arena.This past season, Dixie State went 9-1 at home. Brad Jameslast_img read more

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Merton College holds onto Norrington top spot

first_imgHardworking Mertonians across the country will be feeling smug today thanks to news that their college has topped the 2007 Norrington table for the second year running. Magdalen College is runner-up in the league of undergraduate degree results, with a score of 74.81 – just under two points behind Merton’s 76.63%. Harris Manchester comes bottom for the third year running, kept company by Oriel, another college all too familiar with the bottom five.The table has been a regular feature of college rivalry since the 60s, when it was invented by Sir Arthur Norrington as a way of comparing the finals results of Oxford’s colleges. A score is compiled by awarding five points for every 1st class degree obtained, three for a 2:1, two for a 2:2 and one point for a 3rd. The total is then expressed as a percentage of the highest possible score that the college could have achieved that year. Until recently the table was compiled unofficially from publicly posted pass lists, but the fact that students can ask for their names to be withheld from these lists led to complaints that the system was unfair. In 2005 the University decided to publish its own, official version of the league.Some critics remain, including those who feel the table gives an unfair advantage to colleges with higher numbers of science students, as subjects such as Mathematics and Chemistry usually produce a higher number of first class degrees compared to the arts.You can view the official Norrington table here.Cherwell24 is not responsible for the external content of these linkslast_img read more

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