There is no doubt that Maryland, Akron and New Mexico were Outstanding due to outstanding coaches. But the facts are as follows. Since 1981 only teams from four conferences have won the College Cup; They are ACC (five teams); Maryland, North Carolina, Clemson, Duke and Virginia; Big East (two teams); UCONN & St. Johns; Big Ten (Two Teams); Indiana & Wisconsin; and the PAC Ten (One Team); UCLA.....In fairness to Santa Clara, they had a co-championship in 1989. That's College Cup Champions from four conferences in the last 25 years. So did Coach Lolla improve his chances by moving to the Big East? Is Coach Fishbein bucking history? Will Coach Cirovski and the ACC continue to lead the way, having had the highest number of teams, winning the Cup? I was somewhat suprised that only one team from the PAC 10 had won and to be honest that only two from the Big Ten (thanks to Wisconsin Coach Launder; Where is he coaching?) & two from the Big East. Interesting facts to ponder.