After the 2017-18 fall season, Pomona-Pitzer is first in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) All-Sports Combined standings with 49.5 points.
The Sagehens sit atop the overall standings this fall after winning the 2017 men's cross country championship on Oct. 28, as well as the men's water polo SCIAC tournament title on Nov. 19.
Redlands is currently in second with 44 points, edging third place Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) (43 points). Cal Lutheran is in fourth (40.5), Whittier is fifth (36.5), and Chapman is sixth (34.5). Sitting in seventh is Occidental (29.5), La Verne is eighth with 28.5 points, and Caltech is in ninth with 12 points.
On the men's side, Pomona-Pitzer's pair of top finishes see them lead the ranks with 32.5 points. Redlands finished first in the men's soccer standings and are second with 28 points, while Chapman posted a 6-0 record in league play in football to secure 25 points and third place in the men's standings. Cal Lutheran is fourth (21.5), Whittier is fifth (20), CMS is sixth (19.5), Occidental is seventh (14), La Verne is in eighth (13.5) and Caltech is ninth with 7 points.
The Athenas lead the women's standings thanks to a SCIAC cross country championship performance, as well as a volleyball tournament title. CMS, which went on to win the volleyball national championship, has collected 23.5 points, while Cal Lutheran is in second with 19 points behind the Regals' women's soccer tournament championship. The Sagehens are third (17), Whittier is fourth (16.5), Redlands fifth (16), and Occidental is sixth with 15.5 points. In seventh is La Verne with 15 points, Chapman eighth (9.5) and Caltech ninth (5).
The next standings update will be released following the conclusion of the 2017-18 SCIAC men's and women's basketball and swimming & diving seasons.