The men of Morehouse College and women of Albany State University were named All-Sports Award winners in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC).
The Maroon Tigers scored a total of 31 points to claim this year's men's Commissioner's Cup, winning the conference title in cross country along with runner-up finishes in track & field, tennis, and golf. It was the school's sixth trophy in seven years.
Albany State University received the SIAC Commissioner's Women's All-Sports Award for the 2013-2014 season, marking the 10th title for the program in 11 years.
ASU scored 31 points during the season, which was four points more than runner-up Benedict. The Lady Rams received points from its conference champion track & field program. They also received points from runner-up finishes in cross country, basketball, and softball.
Albany State also finished in second place in the men's competition led by its football and track & field championship teams. The Golden Rams' men finished third in cross country and baseball to add to its point total.
Stillman College finished in third place in the men's standings totaling 20 points. The Tigers baseball team won the 2014 SIAC Championship its seventh in eight years while the tennis program also earned a championship.
Clark Atlanta's women's program was awarded third place after finishing as runner-up in tennis coupled with two third place finishes in cross country and volleyball.
The SIAC Commissioner's All-Sports Trophy is presented to the athletic department within the conference that has excelled in both men's and women's sports. A scoring system of 10 points for conference titles, 7 points for runner-up finishes in championships, and 4 points for 3rd place is used to determine the All-Sports standings.
Football is based on the results of the championship game and Men's & Women's Basketball, a single-elimination tournament, does not offer a consolation game